Germany’s development bank, KfW has wrapped up a two-day visit to Indonesia’s quake-hit Lombok island where the Bank funded the rebuilding of vital infrastructure projects by the United Nations Development Bank (UNDP) and the provincial Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB) government.
An alarming statistic calls for immediate action. In Indonesia, only two of 10 high-level officials in the public service leadership are women. According to 2019 National Civil Service Agency (BKN)’s data, women made up only 18 per cent of senior positions with decision making roles, such as deputy ministers or deputy cabinet secretaries, in Indonesia’s civil service.
As the ‘Decade of Action’ progresses, pressing issues such as climate change have taken precedence. With the world’s attention on the COP26 conference on climate change, our October installment of the monthly SDG Talks event, observed the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and Youth Pledge Day, focusing on addressing issues of poverty through the lens of a transition to clean energy.

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267 Million

Population

9.41%

Poverty rate

US$ 11,256

GNI per capita

0.707

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