Human capital—the knowledge, skills, and health that people accumulate throughout their lives—is key to Indonesia’s future.
In 2020, the Indonesia Human Capital Index score is 0.54, which increases from 0.53 in 2018. This means that a child born in Indonesia today will only be 54 percent as productive as she or he could be under the benchmark of complete education and full health.
Explore this page to learn more about why human capital is important for Indonesia and what the country needs to do to ensure that all Indonesians will be born healthy, ready to learn once they start school, maximize what they learn, get better jobs, and remain healthy throughout their lives.
Human Capital Project
Indonesia is an Early Adopter of the Human Capital Project, a global effort to accelerate more and better investments in people for greater equity and economic growth. Read more