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Vice President Ma'ruf Amin said the country's zero percent extreme poverty reduction target before the end of 2024 will not be an easy task.
Attorney General Sanitiar Burhanuddin insists that the law must not be enforced to impoverish those who are already living in poverty.
Statistics Indonesia says the Indonesian population living in poverty as of March 2021 reached 27.54 million people.
The Finance Ministry says the national economic recovery (PEN) programs succeeded in dropping the open unemployment rate amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
3 Indonesian provinces will receive Rp4 trillion in grants from the US Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to finance several development programs.
Coordinating Minister Mahfud Md clarified his previous statement on asking the public not to be completely disappointed with the corrupt government.
President Jokowi along with Vice President Ma'ruf Amin handed over zakat or alms to the National Zakat Agency (Baznas) today, April 15, 2021.
Sri Mulyani Indrawati claims the government has successfully reduced the number of poverty under the Covid-19 pandemic situation.
The government is being cautioned of child poverty exacerbating as an impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BPS states that the majority of households facing poverty in 2020 are the ones relying on agriculture as their main source of income.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria speaks up about homeless issues in the capital which recently became a public spotlight.
Bappenas Head Suharso Monoarfa said that President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo targeted a significant decrease in the rate of extreme poverty by 2024.
The government was striving to reduce the poverty rate to around 9.2 to 9.7 percent in 2021, said Minister or Bappenas Head Suharso Monoarfa.
Vice President Ma'ruf Amin planned to develop a new system and program to accelerate the development in Papua and West Papua Provinces.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Riza Patria said an integrated social protection program must be implemented soon given the rising number of the poor.
Indef has predicted that Indonesia's poverty rate may rise to 10.34 percent in September, 2020 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to unemployment, the poverty rate due to the Covid-19 pandemic will also increase to a range of 9.7 to 10.2 percent.
poverty rate may return to that in 2011 if the efforts to mitigate the tremendous impacts of COVID-19 on economic recovery do not run as expected.
Komnas Perempuan announced that the poverty rate in Indonesia's Eastern regions correlates with violence against women and children.
It is difficult to shun the surge in poverty and unemployment rate during the current pandemic, an official of the Finance Ministry says.