In the S4D Country Collection, you will be able to find all the different GIZ supported S4D programs and projects, sorted by country. The Collection offers:

  • short project descriptions about the S4D approach developed in the country
  • developed Teaching and Learning Materials
  • Capacity Development (CD) procedures in the country
  • M&E tools used in the country.



Indonesia is currently facing challenges that are related to physical inactivity, non-transferable diseases and social exclusion among children and young people. In order to tackle those challenges, Indonesia´s national development and education policies include a focus on value education and life skills. In collaboration with the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture, the GIZ, on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) implemented the multi-actor partnership “sport for development” (Indonesian title: Sepak Bola untuk Pendidikan Karakter).

The overall objective of the multi-actor cooperation is to establish sport, in particular football, as a tool for character building, promotion of life skills and healthy lifestyles in Indonesian educational and sporting structures. Focusing especially on promoting the development of children and youth, it encompasses the qualitative and quantitative improvement of physical activity and sport-for-all programmes to foster physical literacy, to promote a healthy lifestyle and enhance civic education. It furthermore aims to strengthen structures and enable environments for the integration of physical activity in educational settings.

In this context, capacity building activities on how to combine sport pedagogical measures and national development goals are provided. Hence, the S4D programme should enable the government and local partners to use sport as an inclusive, pedagogical and cost-effective method in education structures. Furthermore, the programme’s goal is to advise counterparts on the development and design of integrated S4D monitoring and evaluation frameworks and practice tools in cooperation with the German Sport University Cologne.

At implementing level, the Indonesian Football Association is– together with the German and Australian Football Association (DFB, FFA) – a key local partner for the delivery of activities to improve the quality of pedagogically oriented physical activities in schools.  In addition, the GIZ S4D programme supports the training of primary and middle school teachers in 7-day license courses in various locations in East Java and Maluku. The Australian partners (DFAT/FFA) support the placement of Indonesian instructors to deliver the training courses to the teachers in the two provinces.

If you want to have more detailed and/or further information about S4D in the country, please have a look at the following websites: