Regional Hub Indonesia

The Regional Hub in Indonesia galvanizes the cooperation of the IsDB Group with all the stakeholders in Indonesia, Malaysia & Brunei.

Projects
476
Completed
390
Active
86
Total funding
6.8bn
  • Energy
    Completed
    8
    Active
    1
    Total funding
    401m
  • Trade
    Completed
    3
    Active
    0
    Total funding
    15m
  • Transport
    Completed
    11
    Active
    3
    Total funding
    633m
  • Industry & Mining
    Completed
    109
    Active
    11
    Total funding
    1.0bn
  • Real Estate
    Completed
    0
    Active
    1
    Total funding
    25m
  • Education
    Completed
    61
    Active
    6
    Total funding
    1.2bn
  • Water, Sanitation & Urban
    Completed
    1
    Active
    4
    Total funding
    116m
  • Health & Social Services
    Completed
    17
    Active
    10
    Total funding
    488m
  • Information & Communications
    Completed
    5
    Active
    2
    Total funding
    35m
  • Agriculture
    Completed
    134
    Active
    32
    Total funding
    2.3bn
  • Public Administration
    Completed
    4
    Active
    0
    Total funding
    34m
  • Finance
    Completed
    37
    Active
    16
    Total funding
    398m

Latest news from the hub

Thursday, November 4, 2021, HE the Minister of Public Works and Housing of the Republic of Indonesia, Mr. Basuki Hadimuljono met with the Director of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Jakarta, Indonesia, Salah Jelassi in Ankara. The agenda includes support for the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme or Government and Business Entity Cooperation (KPBU), waste to energy processing projects, and capacity building of human resources through the exchange of experiences.
On 1 April 2021, the Engage innovation hub of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has announced the Transform Fund 4th Call for Innovation 2021, focusing entirely on supporting IsDB Member Countries’ response to recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic with the aim of building a stronger, more resilient, and prosperous future.

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