Aug. 31, 1971
The IDA credit will fund the construction of training centers, the training of teachers, and technical assistance.
Indonesia's first education project will fund the construction of five technical training centers, the training of about 330 teachers to staff the centers, and technical assistance to help in the initial operation and supervision of the centers. This initial funding in Indonesia's education sector is the beginning of a long-term program of support in the sector by the World Bank Group. 25 projects in the country's education sector will be approved by the World Bank Group's Board of Directors over the following 20 years.
The project profile contains an overview of the project, financial details, and a list of project documents and archival record folders related to the project.
The World Bank's first loan to Indonesia in the education sector is described.
The report covers Indonesia's education sector and its manpower and education needs. It also provides a detailed description of the project.
The report evaluates the completed project and describes implementation issues. The Project Completion Report, also included, describes the project's impacts.
June 25, 1969
The report outlines the status of Indonesia's education sector with respect to university education, secondary level technical education, and agricultural education (1787155).
April 14, 1970
The appraisal consists of estimates for construction, equipment, furniture, professional services, and technical assistance (1787155).
Sept. 18, 1970
The memo contains a description of decisions made over the course of the five-day negotiation period (1787156).
Among those present are Mr. Abdul Moeis of the Indonesian Embassy and IDA Vice President J. Burke Knapp (1724169; Credit: The World Bank).
The former Chairman of the Indonesian National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) discusses the education sector in Indonesia on pages 17-19 of his transcript.