Indonesia

The regional hub in Indonesia galvanizes the cooperation of IsDB Group with all the stakeholders in Indonesia, Malaysia & Brunei.
Completed Projects
379
Active Projects
82
Total Funding
6.4bn
  • Agriculture
    Completed
    131
    Active
    30
    Total funding
    2.3bn
  • Education
    Completed
    58
    Active
    9
    Total funding
    1.2bn
  • Energy
    Completed
    8
    Active
    1
    Total funding
    401m
  • Finance
    Completed
    36
    Active
    14
    Total funding
    378m
  • Health & Social Services
    Completed
    17
    Active
    6
    Total funding
    221m
  • Industry & Mining
    Completed
    108
    Active
    11
    Total funding
    1.0bn
  • Information & Communications
    Completed
    4
    Active
    2
    Total funding
    34m
  • Public Administration
    Completed
    4
    Active
    1
    Total funding
    34m
  • Real Estate
    Completed
    0
    Active
    1
    Total funding
    25m
  • Trade
    Completed
    3
    Active
    0
    Total funding
    15m
  • Transport
    Completed
    9
    Active
    4
    Total funding
    633m
  • Water, Sanitation & Urban
    Completed
    1
    Active
    3
    Total funding
    116m
Indonesia
Jakarta, 7 October 2020 – The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Human Development Division of RSD and the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD) in close coordination with the Regional Hub Indonesia, along with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance, and KitaBisa - Indonesia’s leading crowdfunding platform hosted a National Introductory Workshop for CSOs on the Mapping Exercise.
Indonesia
Jakarta, Indonesia, October 2020 – The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has approved to provide millions of dollars of financing for a new health project in Indonesia titled; “Strengthening of National Referral Hospitals and Vertical Technical Units”. The approval came during an IsDB Board of Executive Directors meeting held on 19 September 2020.
Indonesia
The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MoMAF) and the Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) of the Government of Indonesia in collaboration with the Moroccan Agency for the Development of Aquaculture (ANDA) and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) under the Reverse Linkage (RL) programme, organized a series of technical meetings from 23 to 24 September 2020 focusing on developing strategic partnerships in the area of Marine Aquaculture Development for Shrimp, Sea Cucumber and Seaweeds.
Indonesia
Dunia sedang melalui tantangan yang belum pernah terjadi sebelumnya dengan wabah COVID-19 yang tiba-tiba dan tak terduga yang telah membuat ekonomi dunia berhenti bergerak. Sayangnya, banyak nyawa yang hilang sejauh ini. Pada saat menulis artikel ini, lebih dari 800.000 orang telah meninggal karena COVID-19 secara global menurut Johns Hopkins University - Coronavirus Resource Center. Sistem kesehatan di banyak negara, terlepas dari tingkat perkembangannya, telah mencapai batasnya.
The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group has published a preliminary report highlighting the actions taken to help member countries to tackle the crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Coordinated by the Working Group to Study the Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Islamic Finance Industry, the report is a discussion draft released for the purpose of obtaining feedback to improve content and recommendations.
Today is a special anniversary as we mark 75 years of collective work since the UN came into existence. In September this year, we also reflected on five years since the adoption of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which represented a new vision of development linking people, planet and prosperity and raised financing needs from billions to trillions.
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