The partnership with Tripadvisor enables the Ministry of Tourism to gain insights into trends and gaps in tourism service quality, and the impact of training on quality, as Indonesia tries to…

Salman Alibhai, Jessie F. McComb |

A World Bank report sought to understand the reach of online training for Indonesian teachers, including how the training was perceived by teachers, and whether it was effective.

Noviandri Nurlaili Khairina, Indah Shafira Zata Dini |

Indonesia’s green belt – Protecting and restoring the country’s mangroves

André Rodrigues de Aquino |

With extensive coastlines, many island nations, and low-lying territories, the East Asia and Pacific region is highly susceptible to climate-related disasters. The region has developing and…

Abidah B. Setyowati, Susan Shen |

With nearly 10,000 inhabited islands, there are thousands of diverse island communities across Southeast Asia facing the challenge of beaches covered in plastic. Photo: Shutterstock/

Kate Philp |

Indonesia has strived to bolster its stature in the global economy, and has recognized that improving its human resources and national capabilities in science and technology will be critical to…

Ratna Kesuma, Petra Wiyakti Bodrogini |

A well-functioning digital economy requires widespread access to high-quality internet. Although internet use in Indonesia has nearly quadrupled over the last decade, every second Indonesian adult…

Putu Sanjiwacika Wibisana, Utz Pape, Sailesh Tiwari, Natasha Beschorner |

The World Bank currently supports Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Lao PDR with the registration of land rights in rural areas, including various forms of technical assistance on…

Willem van der Muur |

Indonesia’s Vision 2045 sets out an ambitious target to transform the country, already the largest economy in Southeast Asia, into the fifth largest economy in the world. But to achieve this goal…

Ijsbrand Harko de Jong |