December 19

Asian Development Bank Greenlights $650 Million Investment for Indonesia’s Health System Transformation

By Sinead Huang

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has given the nod for a $650 million investment aimed at upgrading Indonesia’s primary healthcare facilities and public health laboratories. Aligned with the Health System Transformation Agenda, this initiative is the third in a series of ADB supports for post-pandemic health reforms in the country. The $4 billion project, co-financed with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Islamic Development Bank, and the World Bank, is poised to address critical gaps and enhance the resilience of Indonesia’s health system.

Photo courtesy of USAID Digital Development.

Source: GeneOnline (link opens in a new window)

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