VSO’s programme in Indonesia opened in 1968, working in health, education, secure livelihoods, disability and more recently climate adaptation and active citizenship. Since then, VSO has brought more than 1,000 professionals to Indonesia to work as volunteers. Our Indonesia country office closed in March 2014.
In 2011, VSO reviewed the best way to allocate our resources to make the greatest possible difference to global poverty. We decided we would begin to close programmes if the country we were operating in was:
- not least developed
- had relatively smaller numbers of people in poverty
- had less regional or global influence
VSO’s Indonesia programme closed in March 2014.
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By volunteering abroad with VSO you get to put your skills, energy and personal qualities to work helping people break out of poverty. Interested in volunteering abroad?