East and South Asia
Every year, the SDSN mobilizes its global network of experts to track public statements by governments and the strategic use of public practices in support of the SDGs. Since 2018, this information has been collected through the SDSN survey on national coordination and implementation mechanisms at the central/federal level of government. The 2022 results for Indonesia are shown below.
The survey was conducted in February 2022. For details, see section 3.1 of the report: Political leadership and policy environment.
Voluntary National Reviews
When did the government complete a voluntary national review (VNR)?
2017, 2019, and 2021
Did the government issue an official statement endorsing the implementation of the SDGs?
SDG strategy/action plan
Are the SDGs being integrated into sectoral action plans or an overarching strategy?
SDGs in national budget
Are the SDGs mentioned in the latest central or federal budget document?
Yes, in the overarching narrative but without associated budget lines
National SDG monitoring
Have national indicators been identified to monitor the implementation of the SDGs?
Yes, 319 indicators have been identified
Designated lead unit
Is there a lead government unit for the coordination and implementation of the SDGs across ministries?
SDGs in national COVID-19 recovery plan
Are the SDGs mentioned in the government's main COVID-19 recovery plan?
There is a COVID-19 recovery plan, but the SDGs are not mentioned
The Sustainable Development Report (formerly the SDG Index & Dashboards) is a global assessment of countries' progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. It is a complement to the official SDG indicators and the voluntary national reviews.
All data presented on this website are based on the publication Sachs et al. (2022): From Crisis to Sustainable Development: the SDGs as Roadmap to 2030 and Beyond. Sustainable Development Report 2022. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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