ILUSTRASI. Workers construct a new toll road which will be connected from Depok's administration town to the capital city of Jakarta August 31, 2010. Indonesia is looking into infrastructure and green bonds, a senior advisor to the government said on Thursday, as the biggest economy in Southeast Asia is in need of billions of dollars for the sector's development. Indonesia will need $140 billion over the next five years in infrastructure development ranging from paving roads and highways to providing more power and water supplies nationwide. Picture taken August 31, 2010. To match Interview INFRASTRUCTURE/INDONESIA REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT)
Reporter: Yudho Winarto | Editor: Syamsul Azhar
KONTAN.CO.ID - JAKARTA. The concept of regional development is a crucial foundation in realizing balanced economic, social, and environmental progress. Therefore, based on Law No. 23 of 2014 on Regional Government, Regional Governments are required to prepare planning documents, such as the Long-Term Regional Development Plan (RPJPD) and the Medium-Term Regional Development Plan (RPJMD).
These documents serve as the basis for the implementation of development programs at the regional level. Currently, the majority of the RPJPD 2005-2025 documents will end in 2025, providing a golden opportunity to integrate sustainability issues and disaster mitigation into the RPJPD 2025-2045.