Asian Development Bank and Indonesia: Fact Sheet
The ADB program in Indonesia has provided loans, grants and technical assistance to grow the country’s economy and improve the lives of people, particularly the poor, women, children and other vulnerable groups.
ADB has provided Indonesia with $31 billion in loans, $439 million in technical assistance, and $430 million in grants since 1966.
With Indonesia having built much stronger systems and capacity, ADB now provides results-based forms of financing, enabling the country to use its internal systems and principle-based approaches.
With Indonesia’s significant increase in public infrastructure investment, ADB will continue to work closely with the government to improve the efficiency of the program, by adopting implementation approaches more suitable to the size and sophistication of an emerging upper-middle-income economy.
Updated yearly, this ADB Fact Sheet provides social and economic indicators on Indonesia as well as concise information on ADB's operations in the country and contact information.