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After a 2010 volcanic eruption destroyed homes in Yogyakarta, Java, a community-driven development program empowered residents to plan and rebuild 280,000 houses in less than two years. © World Bank
SOUTHEAST ASIA
On his first visit to Indonesia as World Bank Group president, Jim Yong Kim pledged up to $11 billion in new financing in the next three to four years to Indonesia, the fourth most populous country in the world. He also visited a community-based post-disaster reconstruction project in Yogyakarta, Java.Read More »

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Tatiana Elizabeth Solis, from Colon department, learns how to produce chocolate at Esperanzas Unidas women’s association © World Bank
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Program provided farmers with the training to manage cacao production as a lucrative enterprise.

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