Indonesia and ADB

ADB supports inclusive, competitive, and sustainable development in Indonesia through strengthening healthcare systems, improving competitiveness, and building climate resilience.

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Indonesia Facts

ADB's Work in Indonesia

ADB continues to support Indonesia in emerging stronger from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic by strengthening healthcare systems, improving human capital and productivity, enabling investments and trade, and boosting climate action through both public and private sector operations.

To date, ADB has committed 836 public sector loans, grants, and technical assistance totaling $46.3 billion to Indonesia. ADB’s current sovereign portfolio in Indonesia includes 26 loans worth $7.34 billion.


 

Data: Indonesia

Forecasts are based on ADB's flagship publication, the Asian Development Outlook. Updated four times a year, it analyzes economic and development issues in developing countries in Asia and the Pacific.

Development indicators for Indonesia, including a selection of economic, environmental, and social indicators used globally to track progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

Results achieved are aggregate amounts of outputs and outcomes from operations reported in project completion reports and extended annual review reports circulated for the year.

Cofinancing operations enable ADB’s financing partners, governments or their agencies, multilateral financing institutions, and commercial organizations to participate in financing ADB projects.

 

ADB Projects in Indonesia View all projects

 
 

Contact: Indonesia Resident Mission (IRM)

The Plaza Office Tower, 11th Floor, Jl. MH Thamrin 28-30, Central Jakarta, Indonesia 10350

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)


Jiro Tominaga (Mr)
Country Director
Renadi Budiman (Mr)
Deputy Country Director
Anna Fink (Ms)
Country Strategy and Program Focal Point
Joris Van Etten (Mr)
Country Portfolio Focal Point
Andri Suryo (Mr)
External Relations Focal Point
Naning Mardiniah (Ms)
Civil Society Focal Point

Established in 1987, the Indonesia Resident Mission (IRM) is located in Jakarta, Indonesia. IRM’s core functions include:

  • Build and maintain relationships with government, civil society, and private sector
  • Engage in policy dialogue
  • Develop country economic data
  • Coordinate aid
  • Perform economic and sector work and other analytical work
  • Develop the country partnership strategy
  • Perform external relations
  • Manage ADB projects in Indonesia

The Indonesia Resident Mission will be closed on these dates:

* = Subject to the moonsighting (Hilal) decided by the Government of Indonesia (GOI).

Last updated: 3 November 2023