When residents in East Java’s Kampung Glintung (Glintung Village) in Malang city entrusted Bambang Irianto to become their chief in 2012, the urban village was notoriously known for its flooding and high crimes. Now, Kampung Glintung has become a model for green urban development in Indonesia.
To assess the impact of COVID-19 on Indonesia’s households and recommend programs and policies to respond to the crisis, UNICEF, UNDP, Prospera and the SMERU Research Institute, with support fromthe National Statistics Office, undertook a survey of 12,216 nationally representative households across all 34 provinces in October-November 2020.

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