ADB supports Indonesia to emerge stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic by focusing on improving well-being, accelerating economic recovery, and strengthening resilience.
Water transportation is very important in lives of islanders such as for those in Batam, Indonesia - water is the main way of transporting people and goods. Using e-boats is advantageous in terms of cost efficiency and lessening pollution.
ASEAN members must shift from meeting basic development targets to ramping up efforts to improve quality of life across the region to build a resilient ASEAN and yield a faster recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, says a new ADB report.
This report uses a broad range of indicators to assess the individual and collective development progress made by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Despite a notable drop in under-five mortality, Asia and the Pacific remains a hotspot for child deaths. The pandemic made things worse, causing a significant decline in routine immunizations. It's time to intensify vaccination programs and renew our commitment to children's health.
ADB assists Indonesia’s recovery from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic by promoting competitiveness and inclusion, supporting energy transition, enhancing climate resilience, strengthening healthcare systems, and building human capital.
To date, ADB has committed 827 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $43.9 billion to Indonesia.
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Established in 1987, the Indonesia Resident Mission (IRM) is located in Jakarta, Indonesia. IRM’s core functions include:
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Last updated: 13 April 2023