Enhancing Philanthropy’s Role in SDGs Financing in Indonesia: The Importance of Achieving SDGs, The Role of Philanthropists, and Stakeholders Collaboration
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Enhancing Philanthropy's Role in SDGs Financing in Indonesia: The Importance of Achieving SDGs, The Role of Philanthropists, and Stakeholders Collaboration
As an illustration of the progress and challenges of achieving the SDGs in Indonesia, multi-stakeholder collaboration is needed. As evidenced by the findings of Bappenas in 2021, the Government of Indonesia can only cover 60% of the total funding needs of the State Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBN). The funding focus is estimated to include infrastructure - including transportation, energy, clean water, and sanitation - health, and education.
There are recommendations for plans to improve the SDGs financing ecosystem from parties that can be invited to collaborate/work together, including the philanthropy sector. Additionally, this Policy Brief provides an alternative in the form of innovative financial instruments that the philanthropic sector can fund.
Read more about the strategic issues and plans summarized by downloading this Policy Brief.
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