2. Flow of discussion Discussion of IEC Tool
Background of the Country
Tourist Spots and Food
Unique Beliefs, Practices, and
Economy and Present Conditions/
Problems, and Solutions of Country
3. Discussion of IEC Tool
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6. Background of
Has about 17,500
archipelago in the
and local activities
11. Unique Beliefs
The country is
2. A small part of the country
Catholicism, Buddhism, and
3. “Do not judge, lest you be
4. Several Belief Systems
15. Largest economy in SEA
Cut the poverty rate by more than half since 1999 to under 10% before
the COVID - 19 pandemic
Assumed G20 presidency in 2022; encourages cooperation between
countries to achieve stronger and sustainable recovery from the
Currently in the final phase of their development plan; RPJMN(Rencana
Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional) this phase aims for improving
the human capital and competitiveness in the global market
16. Present conditions, problems
The poverty rate partially increased due to the pandemic
Went from upper middle class to lower middle-class income in 2021
The pandemic closing down the schools will have repercussions for
17. Solutions of the country
Indonesia’s COVID-19 response involves free vaccination program, social
assistance, healthcare systems and strengthening of the financial sector
Program Keluarga Harapan - Program to reduce poverty by providing
beneficiaries with financial assistance, education in regards to family
development, health, nutrition, child protection and finances.
Reduced stunting rate from 37% in 2014 to 24.4% in 2021, programs like
INEY (Investing in Nutrition and Early years program) program
Currently in a new Country Partnership Framework with the world bank
with its priorities aligned with the RPJMN; sustainable recovery from the
pandemic and long-term economic growth.
Indonesia, the world's largest archipelago, is a diverse and captivating nation
located in Southeast Asia. With its unique blend of cultures, breathtaking natural
beauty, and rich history, Indonesia is a remarkable synthesis of tradition and
modernity. Though predominantly Muslim, the numerous cultures in the nation
make everything from language, food, tourist spots, and much more being the
most diverse in all of Southeast Asia. Certain traditions and practices can be seen
in Indonesia like Nyepi and Ma’Nene, showing the country’s shared beliefs even
with different backgrounds. The country being the largest and most numerous in
Southeast Asia not only in size, population, culture, and nature. Indonesia also
has the largest economy by far and continuously uses those funds to further
support its people. Through numerous development programs that combat
poverty, whether be it financial through financial or educational means. Even
with the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, the country and its economy have
shown resilience with its response through free vaccination, and financial and