Video and audio stories

The ILO Country Office for Indonesia (CO-Jakarta) produces a range of video products, including news stories, interviews, and other promotional films. Click on the relevant link to view each story. Inquiries about usage or reproduction of materials should be sent by email.

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  1. Indonesia: Working out of Disaster - Mentawai (2014)

    30 October 2014

    The video highlights the importance of effective, systematic and comprehensive post disaster management. The video also captures the important roles played by the ILO in the disaster recovery process, particularly to ensure the post disaster economic recovery and livelihood development. The ILO's Local Resource-Based (LRB) approach and entrepreneurship training methodology have also been proven effective in creating job opportunities and created high quality rural infrastructure assets in a cost-effective way. It also empowers the local private sector and communities in rebuilding their lives through local economic activities and effective infrastructure investment which optimize the return of the money and investment to the locals.

  2. ILO SCORE Training Impact: Case Study P.T. Lestari Dini Tunggul, Indonesia

    15 October 2014

    Many SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) believe that they are running at optimal level doing as much as they can do to be competitive. This case study from P.T. Lestari, a manufacturer of industrial and hospital garments for over 30 years, illustrates the impact of the ILO SCORE programme in an established company in Indonesia. After participating in the ILO SCORE Training, the company discovered new ways to increase productivity, such as: better stock management leading to less waste, improved factory layout ensuring a smoother workflow, and fixing working hours generating savings on electricity.

  3. Indonesia: The innovation of entrepreneur curriculum

    30 June 2014

    This video captures the improvements in entrepreneurship teaching process by entrepreneurship teachers who received and implemented the Know About Business (KAB) Start Up and Go Module. The video demonstrates the transformation of a traditional learning process (one-way teaching process) to an interactive and active process using a video screening, guest speaker and interactive teaching tool. The programme was part of the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida.

  4. Indonesia: Post-entrepreneurship training counselling

    30 June 2014

    Today's young Indonesians are better educated, but even with skills and education they have trouble finding work. Thus, the video shows young entrepreneurs who have successfully build a business after graduating from the six-day intensive entrepreneur training using the Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB) module and receiving direct coaching for three months. There are other 59 young entrepreneurs in three cities (Yogyakarta, Solo and Semarang) participated in the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida.

  5. Indonesia: To start a new day with business

    30 June 2014

    The video highlights coaching process and improvement of business targeted to the vulnerable youth groups. The video documents the business coach activities conducted by Rumah Peka, a non-profit organization, which provided business coaching and trainings for former drug users so that they could start and manage a business and live a better life. The programme was part of the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida.

  6. Indonesia: An inspiring story about green business

    30 June 2014

    The video documents success stories and learning processes of young entrepreneurs who received the Start and Improve Your Green Business (SYGB) training and coaching as well as start-up capital by the Central Bank of Indonesia. In the video, the young entrepreneurs demonstrate how they turn waste into a business. The programme was part of the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida. Text in English ; Audio in Bahasa Indonesia Audio in Bahasa Indonesia; subtitle in English.

  7. ERA Labour-based rural roads works and contractor training in Timor-Leste - EU & ILO partnership

    08 March 2014

    The European Union (EU) is improving the lives of rural people in Timor-Leste through the ERA Project. This project is implemented by the International Labour Organization (ILO) together with the Government of Timor-Leste with the objective of enhancing rural access by training and involving local entrepreneurs to rehabilitate and maintain rural roads using a labour-based approach.

  8. VCT@WORK launched in Indonesia

    06 March 2014

    The ILO in collaboration with UNAIDS and the Minister of Manpower and Transmigration launched the VCT@WORK initiative in commemoration of the World AIDS Day 2013. This initiative aims to reach 1 million women and men workers with 350,000 of them knowing their HIV status through voluntary counseling and confidential testing at work by World AIDS Day 2015.

  9. The Ministry of Health, PPPs and Trade Unions collaborate to promote VCT@WORK in Indonesia

    06 March 2014

    The Indonesian Ministry of Health, private companies and trade unions join hands to promote VCT@WORK in mining, transport, oil and energy sectors where workers will have the benefit of voluntary counseling and testing rights in their workplace. The initiative aims to reach 1 million workers by the end of 2015.

  10. "Money Finds Us" - Going organic in Timor-Leste

    26 February 2014

    The lush green mountains and rich, fertile soil of Maubisse in Timor Leste is perfect for growing vegetables. With the ILO's support, Maubisse's farmers are now making decent income with a new focus on going organic and new farming techniques.

  11. Indonesia: Sustainable livelihoods and skills development for indigenous people of Papua (PCDP-II)

    03 January 2014

    The documentary highlights the improvement of managerial skills and technical skills of local institutions in providing business development services for local beneficiaries in Papua and West Papua. The documentary also highlights the promotion of business development services and entrepreneurship as well as portrays the success of the local communities in starting the business in three areas of Papua and West Papua (Jayawijaya, Manokwari and Fak-Fak).


  1. Indonesia: The making of the SAMA video diary (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    05 December 2013

    Through behind the scenes footage we could see the journey of the participants from the beginning to the end of the process of making the video diary.

  2. Job (un)fair

    05 December 2013

    According to the Law of the Republic of Indonesia no.14 of 1997, 1 percent out of the 100 employess who work for the state or private companies must be persons with disabilities. This film is the story of disability workers who have been successfully employed by a company and persons with disabilities who are still looking for jobs. Do the companies in Indonesia have any awareness in terms of providing opportunities for persons with disabilities? Audio in Bahasa Indonesia; subtitle in English.

  3. Where is our access? = Mana akses kami?

    05 December 2013

    Persons with disabilities have not been able to enjoy adequate public facilities up to this date. They gathered to discuss this issue. How do they use public facilities? Have they been involved in the construction of accessible public facilities? Audio in Bahasa Indonesia; subtitle in English.

  4. Child domestic workers' song: I will reach my dream

    30 May 2013

    Child domestic workers at a learning centre in the suburbs of Jakarta dances to the tune of "Our song: I will reach my dream". The centre, run by an NGO Mitra Imadel, provides training to child domestic workers. It is operated under the ILO PROMOTE project funded by the US Department of Labor. PROMOTE aims to bring about a lasting end to child domestic labour, focusing on expanding legal protection for child and adult domestic workers. March 2013


  1. On the path of hope = Asa sepanjang jalan

    29 November 2012

    The ILO with the support from the Multi Donor Fund (MDF) has made a major contribution in rehabilitating and building roads and bridges while simultaneously creating job opportunities in Aceh and Nias after the tsunami and earthquakes. Audio in Bahasa Indonesia; subtitle in English.

  2. Local economic recovery training video

    01 November 2012

    The instructional video is produced based on the ILO’s manual on Local Economic Recovery consisting of six sessions based on series of trainings that had been conducted by the project.

  3. Women microfinance (pemberdayaan ekonomi perempuan) Maluku 2009-2012

    01 November 2012

    The video highlights the success story of microfinance institutions for women in Maluku, in particular through microfinance programmes and activities conducted under the Pelagandong Project.

  4. Pelagandong Project 2009-2012

    01 November 2012

    The video documents community empowerment activities to revitalize the economy and social stability in Maluku after suffering ethnic, religious and group conflicts from 1999-2003.

  5. Indonesian constituents' views on ILO's green jobs approach

    12 September 2012

    This short video highlights the views of constituents from government, worker and employer organizations on the ILO's green jobs initiative in Indonesia. The Green Jobs in Asia project (2010-2012) was supported by the Australian Government - ILO Partnership Agreement (2010-2015).