25 Jan 2022

(This webinar is only available in Indonesian)

In early 2020, the coronavirus disease or COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, including Indonesia. This pandemic triggered the implementation of policies to limit the operation of public facilities and Large Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) in a number of regions in Indonesia to reduce the spread of the virus.

21 Jan 2022

(This webinar is only available in Indonesian)

18 Dec 2021


  • Indonesia’s COVID-19 daily case numbers continued to increase throughout  2020 and into early 2021 and was accompanied by the implementation of a social restriction policy. 
  • The economy has not completely recovered to prepandemic levels.
  • Indonesia’s poverty rate declined slightly from 10.19% in September 2020 to 10.14% in March 2021, but this rate is still higher than it was before the pandemic (9.2% in September 2019).
15 Dec 2021

Covid-19 remained the largest challenge for the Indonesian economy in 2021. In particular, Covid-19 case numbers hit a new high of about 50,000 cases per day in mid-July. In response, the government increased the contact tracing and testing of suspected positive cases, expanded its Covid-19 vaccination drive and introduced stricter mobility and activity restrictions (PPKM Darurat/PPKM Levels 1–4). By the end of October, more than 57% of the target population had received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. The economy also improved in the first half of 2021.

14 Dec 2021

While the recovery phase after the 2018 natural disasters is still underway, the COVID-19 pandemic is an additional burden on households in the provinces of Central Sulawesi and West Nusa Tenggara. This study aims to provide a descriptive analysis of the current socioeconomic status of households and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women, children, the elderly, people with chronic diseases, and people with disabilities.

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