Indonesia’s commitment to a global, healthy, and sustainable ocean is not incompatible with restarting the economy. Indeed, COVID-19 may possess challenges, but it also provides economic opportunity and the foundation of a resilient economy without compromising the ocean ecosystem.
Blog Posts: health
Globally, water and sanitation issues have been included in both the Millennium and Sustainable Development Goals (MDGs and SDGs). The Indonesian Government, too, includes access to clean water and proper sanitation in its national mid-term development plan (RPJMN) that highlights a target to achieve 100 percent access to sanitation by 2019.
Fewer than 3 people per 100,000 are killed in road crashes in Sweden every year, less than almost anywhere else in the world. It's 11 per 100,000 in countries like India and the United States. One reason for the difference is a novel approach called "Safe System."