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Better integration of social assistance programs can help reduce poverty and inequality.

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Providing affordable and adequate housing has become a top policy priority for the government of Indonesia. What we can learn?

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Guidance Notes: Environmental and Social Framework

We're inviting you to send the feedback on the draft Guidance Notes for Borrowers in Environmental and Social Framework

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Urban Development

World’s most rapidly urbanizing region should create more opportunities and reduce inequality.

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Reducing childhood stunting

New evidence on the need for a multi-sectoral approach to reducing childhood stunting.

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Project Map

Take a closer look at where our projects are located in Indonesia

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Indonesia Economy Updates

Indonesia’s economy remains positive and future potential is even greater, but ongoing challenges and risks remain.

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Results Profiles

Take a look at what results the World Bank projects have achieved in Indonesia.

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Open Data

The World Bank provides free and open access to a comprehensive set of data about development in countries around the globe, including ...

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INDO-DAPOER

The Indonesia Database for Policy and Economic Research has sub-national data for almost 200 development indicators.

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