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ICT for Development. UNDP Indonesia. Status in Indonesia. Limited private sector participation Lack of regulatory body Duopoly makes the rules. Lack of interest and awareness (SMEs) Lack of telecommunication infrastructure. ICT Access. Fixed line:

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ict for development

ICT for Development

UNDP Indonesia

status in indonesia
Status in Indonesia
  • Limited private sector participation
  • Lack of regulatory body
  • Duopoly makes the rules.
  • Lack of interest and awareness (SMEs)
  • Lack of telecommunication infrastructure.
ict access
ICT Access
  • Fixed line:
  • 29 telephones for 1000 inhabitants which is about the average for low-income countries in the region.
  • Indonesia has the highest percentage of its main lines (4.43 %) dedicated to public access amongst the lower-income countries in the Asia-pacific region.
  • The Wartels generate a quarter of all telephone traffic in Indonesia and contribute approximately 20% of PT Telkoms revenue from telephones.
  • Mobile:
  • Over 25% of the total telephone subscribers are wireless mobile.
ict access contd
ICT Access (Contd)
  • Internet services:
  • 75% of the subscribers to ISP are based in Jakarta, 15% in Surabaya and the remaining 10% distributed around the country.
  • about 62% of internet users use internet kiosks to connect to the internet.
  • As of June 2000, there are about 125,000 internet subscribers and about 1 million users.
  • There are about 2 million personal computers in Indonesia (incl. 250,000 in homes).
major players in ict4d

Ministry of Communications


PT Telkom, PT Indosat

Min of Industry and Trade

Ministry of Finance


World Bank





Major Players in ICT4D
undp ict supported projects
UNDP – ICT Supported Projects
  • Parliamentary Support and Public Participation
  • General Election Commission Technical Support Project
  • Strengthening Disaster Management in Indonesia Project
  • Accelerating Development through Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (TCDC) Programme
  • BUILD - Breakthrough Urban Initiatives for Local Development
  • KPEL - Partnership for Local Economic Development
undp ict4d strategy for ins
UNDP – ICT4D Strategy for INS

Analysis of ICT situation in Indonesia w.r.t infrastructure, policy, HR and content

Identification of “Champions”

Implementation of ICT for PR action plan

Establish Partnership for ICT for PR and its Action Plan

National ICT for PR conference

ICT Interventions in selected UNDP supported projects

Development of Partnership Strategy

Database of successful ICT applications in Indonesia and elsewhere

Selection and Prioritization

Strategic Direction



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