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CBI
CBI - Center for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries. The Center for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries (CBI) in Netherlands has a wide range of services and facilities which are made available to Indonesian exporters through the INA office. These services and facilities include trainings and seminars in Indonesia, participation in trade fairs in the Netherlands and advice on product adaptation and market entry

 

horti chain centre
HCC - Horti Chain Centre is horticultural supply chain development centre that provides services to enable a better performance of Indonesian horticultural supply chain by stimulating better linkages between producers and local as wellas foreign dynamic market segment. The facilities and services of HCC enable the actors in the supply chain to meet quality and logistics requirements for higher-value market segment, to promote sustainable partnership and to gain access to commercial funding. Horti Chain Centre is managed by INA. LEI-WUR and Fresh Studio Innovations with support from Indonesia Facility of the EVD. For further details, please visit HCC (www.hortichain.org) or contact HCC office: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

fcgi
FCGI - Forum for Corporate Governance Indonesia. Companies increasingly depend on external capital (equity, loans) for the financing of their activities, investment and growth. It is therefore increasingly in their interest to assure external financiers of the proper and most efficient use of funds, and of the fact that the management acts in the best interest of the company. Such assurance is given by a system of corporate governance. A sound corporate governance system should provide effective protection for shareholders and creditors, so that they can assure themselves of getting a proper return on investment. It should therefore also help to create an environment conducive to the efficient and sustainable growth of the corporate sector.

Synergy For Life - This is a meeting place for companies and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) that are active in development. This website makes it easy to find NGOs and companies that are working on development in specific areas in Indonesia. With this, the website aims to facilitate co-operation between NGOs and companies, as well as among NGOs and among companies, and to use the synergy that they can offer each other to help realize a better life for people in Indonesia

FEDC
FEDC - Fruit Export Development Centre. The proportion of Indonesian fruit exports to the EU is still minimal when compared to other neighbor countries such as Thailand and Malaysia , despite the fact that Indonesia is a country with such vast potential and blessed with a wide variety of edible fruit species. The national tropical and subtropical fruit export to the EU was even decreasing from 29.6 million Euro in 2000 to 22 million Euro in 2005. One of the main reasons for the decline is the new requirement trends for certification (e.g.: HACCP, ISO22000, EurepGAP, IFS, etc.), that strongly related to food safety, health and environmental matters. With this background, the Indonesian – Benelux Chamber of Commerce (INA) in cooperation with the Indonesian - German Chamber of Commerce (EKONID) has set up a “Fruit Export Development Centre” (FEDC) which its main objective is to increase Indonesian export of fresh, processed and other tropical and subtropical fruit products to the EU. The program is supported by the European Commission. Currently FEDC has been taking over by Horti Chain Centre.

decp
DECP - Dutch Employers Co-Operation Programme providing support to employers organisations in Indonesia in the ares of economic research and policy making and relations with trade unions and employees. More information www.decp.nl

nuffic-neso
NESO Indonesia Netherlands Education Support Office The Netherlands Education Support Office (NESO) represents a large number of Netherlands universities and vocational schools in Indonesia with the aim to attract Indonesian students for international education in the Netherlands.


Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) encourages entrepreneurs in sustainable, agrarian, innovative and international business. It helps with grants, finding business partners, know-how and compliance with laws and regulations. For more information check out the website at www.RVO.nl or contact the INA office for a free booklet.

ncsr
NCSR - National Center for Sustainability Reporting is a organization established in July 2005 by the Indonesian-Netherlands Association (INA), Indonesian Institute for Management Accounting (IAMI / formerly IAI-KAM), National Committee for Governance (KNKG), Forum for Corporate Governance in Indonesia (FCGI), Indonesian Public Listed Companies Association (AEI). The main objective of the NCSR is to not only to disseminate and inform Indonesia on Sustainability Reporting based upon the Global Reporting Initiative Guidelines (GRI Guidelines) but also to educate Indonesia regarding the broad meaning of Sustainable Development. The NCSR is a organizational stakeholder of the GRI and some of its projects are funded by the Netherlands government through the Framework Agreement of the Royal Netherlands Embassy (RNE) and INA. For information, please check: www.ncsr-id.org

 
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