Indonesia: Country Partnership Strategy (2020-2024)
This Country Partnership Strategy (CPS) defines ADB's strategic approach in Indonesia for 2020-2024.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) country partnership strategy (CPS) for Indonesia, 2020–2024 aims to support inclusive, competitive, and sustainable development. It is geared toward helping Indonesia emerge stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic by focusing on three strategic pathways: (i) improving well-being—by strengthening the health care system, expanding social protection, advancing educational quality in an equitable manner, and developing workforce skills; (ii) accelerating economic recovery—by supporting economic policy and structural reforms, domestic resource mobilization, financial market deepening and inclusion, and the development of high-quality infrastructure; and (iii) strengthening resilience—by supporting climate change mitigation and adaptation measures, environmental sustainability and green recovery, disaster risk management and finance, and water and food security.
Support to the COVID-19 recovery is an overarching theme, under which ADB will incorporate the following crosscutting priorities in its operations: (i) private investment and innovative financing; (ii) gender equality and socially inclusive approaches; (iii) enhanced governance and institutional capacity; (iv) digitalization and technological transformation; (v) local and regional economic development; (vi) regional cooperation and integration; and (vii) achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The CPS is fully aligned with Indonesia’s National Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN), 2020–2024; ADB’s Strategy 2030; and the SDGs.
- Country at a Glance
- Country Partnership Strategy Snapshot
- Country Development Context
- Country Strategy Framework
- Strategy Implementation