Indonesia Country Partnership Framework 2021-2025
The World Bank Group (WBG) and the Government of Indonesia are developing a new Country Partnership Framework (CPF) which will outline the WBG’s support for Indonesia’s development over the next five years (fiscal years 2021 through 2025). The CPF is aligned with the Government of Indonesia’s national medium-term development plan (RPJMN), builds on the World Bank Group’s mandate to eliminate extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity, and is prepared taking into account the views of key stakeholders, including the government, development partners, private sector and civil society organizations.
The process of developing a CPF involves two main phases:
- Systemic Country Diagnostic (SCD)
After close consultation with the Government and relevant stakeholders, a Systematic Country Diagnostics (SCD) for Indonesia has been updated recently. This document provides an analytical foundation for the CPF.
- Country Partnership Framework (CPF)
Following completion of the SCD, the CPF identifies the key ‘Focus Areas’ where the World Bank Group can make the most effective contribution to Indonesia’s development efforts. With the current COVID-19 pandemic setting, feedback on the CPF is being gathered using a two-pronged approach, comprising virtual discussions about the CPF including Government ministries and agencies, development partners, civil society organizations, and the private sector; and written online inputs from the public.
The World Bank Group welcomes online feedback on the CPF through January 7, 2021. Please send your input by email to [email protected] in English or Indonesian with the email subject “Feedback for World Bank Indonesia CPF”.
We seek inputs from stakeholders across development sectors so the World Bank Group can continue to support the growth and development of Indonesia in the years ahead.