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The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors endorsed a new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for Indonesia for the period of 2021-2025. The overarching objective of the new framework is to promote economic recovery from the COVID-19

pandemic as well as inclusive and sustainable growth into the future.

The new CPF was developed in the shadow of the ongoing pandemic, which has taken an enormous human toll and has had serious economic impacts on the country. Designed closely in line with the government’s medium-term development plan, this new CPF focuses on four engagement areas: strengthening economic competitiveness and resilience; improving infrastructure; nurturing human capital; and sustaining management of natural assets, natural resources-based livelihoods, and disaster resilience.

As a result of the pandemic, the government has shifted its focus toward strengthening policies and institutions - particularly in health, social protection, education, and digitalization. On the digital side, the CPF aims to increase efficiency and inclusion by improving services and addressing the digital divide. 

Utilizing both lessons from the government’s programs to date as well as adjusted strategies to strengthen responses to uncertainties created by the pandemic, the new CPF is based on a five-year, overall framework and includes approaches for the first three years of the framework period. 

The development of this new CPF benefitted from consultations carried out virtually with the government, development partners, civil society organizations, and the private sector. A key result of these consultations was acknowledgment of the overall impact of climate change on the country and beyond by stakeholders and encouragement for the World Bank Group to continue supporting Indonesia’s response to the country’s environmental and climate challenges.