The Framework, endorsed by the World Bank Group Board of Executive Directors, calls for more than $10 billion in support of infrastructure development and social programs to reduce poverty.
The five-year Country Partnership Framework, endorsed by the World Bank Group Board of Executive Directors, identifies six areas of engagement between the World Bank Group and the Indonesian government and the private sector: supporting national infrastructure programs; increasing sustainable energy production; building the maritime economy; collecting more government revenue; providing better local services for healthcare, education, sanitation, and water; and protecting Indonesia's vast natural resources. The Framework calls for more than $10 billion in support of infrastructure development and social programs to reduce poverty over the five-year period.
Production date: Aug. 1, 2015
Stakeholders were questioned between March and May 2015 about their perception of the World Bank Group's work in Indonesia.
The CPF for FY2016-20 examines country context, proposes a partnership framework, and details risks.
The report is designed to identify the most critical constraints and opportunities facing Indonesia in ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity.
The Indonesian Economic Quarterly reports on and synthesizes the previous three months’ key developments in Indonesia’s economy and places them in a longer-term and global context.