Indonesia is the world’s 10th largest economy and fourth most populous, and is the largest economy in Southeast Asia, responsible for approximately 5% global emissions. Indonesia is archipelagic in nature, consisting of over 17,000 islands. The country is vulnerable to impacts of climate change given its geographical characteristics and its continuous urbanization and economic growth have led to rising GHG emissions. Indonesia is keen to transition to a climate-oriented and green economy development pathway. The INDC Project provided focused technical assistance, facilitated multi-stakeholder engagement and created awareness to this end. The Project also aligned with the Indonesia LECB Project that focused on developing Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMAs) to implement the NDC.