Asian Development Bank and Indonesia: Fact Sheet

Publication | May 2020

ADB supports Indonesia in developing human capital, accelerating public and private investments, and addressing climate risks and environmental sustainability.

Across 2019, ADB committed $1.5 billion in sovereign loans to Indonesia. These loans covered five projects encompassing financial market development, emergency assistance, public expenditure management, public financial accountability, and private infrastructure investment.

ADB’s medium-term strategy and program in Indonesia will be aligned with the country’s national development plan covering 2020–2024. The bank's operations in Indonesia take a strategic, long-term, and programmatic approach to developing several sectors of the country’s economy—energy, public sector management, education, transport, agriculture natural resources and rural development, finance, and water and other urban infrastructure and services.

Updated yearly, this ADB Fact Sheet provides concise information on ADB's operations in the country and contact information.

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  • Indonesia

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