Australian aid money in Indonesia needs greater clarity - expert | Asia Pacific

Australian aid money in Indonesia needs greater clarity - expert

Australian aid money in Indonesia needs greater clarity - expert

Updated 15 May 2013, 22:10 AEST

The Australian government has increased funding for aid to Indonesia by 100 million Australian dollars in this year's budget.

Indonesia is the largest recipient of Australian funding, with a current total of 650 million dollars for 2013-14.

Robert Cannon, an international education development consultant who has worked extensively in Indonesia, says that he has 'deep concerns' over the lack of understanding on the efficiency of how the money is spent in Indonesia.

Correspondent: Tito Ambyo.

Speaker: Robert Cannon, Australian development consultant

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