Indonesia Vision 2045: Toward Water Security

Source: World BankPublication Date: December 1, 2021 Vision 2045 aims to significantly transform Indonesia with the target of becoming one of the world's top five economies by the time it reaches its centenary in 2045. But is this achievable without considering Indonesia's Water Security? This study...

Circular Economy: An Opportunity to Transform Urban Water Services

Source: World BankDate: September 16, 2021. As cities grow, so do urban water challenges. It is estimated that the urban population worldwide will nearly double by 2050 ⁠— an increase that has serious implications for water demand in cities.Urban water demand is expected to rise to 30 percent of the...

Indonesia’s First Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant to Support Energy Transition

Source: World BankDate: 10 September 2021. JAKARTA, September 10, 2021 – The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$380 million loan to develop Indonesia's first pumped storage hydropower plant, aiming to improve power generation capacity during peak demand, while support...

A Sustainable Ocean Economy is Key to Indonesia’s Prosperity

Source: World BankDate: March 25, 2021 For Indonesia, oceans are vital for its economy and welfare. With more than 17,500 islands and three-quarters of its territory at sea, oceans are central to Indonesia's prosperity. Yet, Indonesia's marine and coastal ecosystems and their economic value are unde...

World Bank approves $300m loan to improve Indonesia's financial sector

Source: The Jakarta PostDate: 23 March 2020 ​The World Bank has approved the disbursement of a US$300 million loan to support the development of Indonesia's financial market by expanding its outreach and broadening the range of products. World Bank country director for Indonesia and Timor-Leste Satu...