The Development and Quality Improvement of Semarang State University Project specifically aims to improve the access, quality and relevance of the Semarang State University (SSU) through rehabilitating, constructing and equipping the existing and new facilities/infrastructure, as well as curriculum and skills development programs.
The IDB supports the Government of Indonesia in developing a Medical Education and Research Center and two University Hospitals. The Development of Medical Education and Research Center and Two University Hospitals Project aims to contribute to the improvement of the medical teaching, research and service delivery to the population of the project area, to act as advanced medical referral institutions through collaboration of information, research, case studies and advanced training.
The project aims to support the Educational Sector Strategy of the Government of Indonesia to develop the national competitiveness through the increasing the intellectual and welfare level of the community. It will specifically improve the quality of the Padjadjaran University (Unpad) graduates by improving the facilities for supporting three kinds of services namely; education, research and community service activities.
The Development and Quality Improvement of the Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Sunan Ampel Surabaya project specifically aims to improve the access, quality and relevance of the IAIN through expansion of facilities, acquisition of equipment, curriculum and skills development programs.
The US$60 million trade financing operation for the Indonesian raw sugar refiner offers an alternative Shariah-compliant financing solution, as it is designed on structured Murabaha basis with strong risk mitigants in place.
The US$15.0 million financing was for PT Ricky Putra Globindo Tbk, a textile and garment manufacturer who has its operations in Bandung, West Java.
The Project will facilitate the development and growth of industrial and commercial sectors, particularly small and medium enterprises (SMEs), essential for creation of new employment opportunities in the country.
The National Slum Upgrading Program (NSUP) of GOI directly responds to the RPJMN (2015-2019) and has been designed in keeping with the principles highlighted to empower the community and to strengthen local government roles for acceleration of the '100-0-100' movement (100% connection to water supply, 0% Slums and 100% access to Sanitation facilities) in order to alleviate and prevent slums in urban and peri-urban areas through infrastructure improvement and sustainable livelihood, for the period of 2016-2019.
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