Jakarta ● Thu, October 14 2021
With the COVID-19 pandemic having complicated Indonesia’s efforts to end poverty and social assistance yet to reach all vulnerable groups, eradicating extreme poverty over the next two years is a tall order.
“The plan to eradicate extreme poverty by 2024 is doable, if the government allocates more funds to health and to the business sector,” said Institute for Development of Economics and Finance (INDEF) program director Esther Sri Astuti.
She explained that increasing the health budget would allow the government to accelerate the vaccination drive, which in turn would boost people’s mobility, productivity as well as consumption.
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