“With innovation, superior human resources and technology, we will escape our dependence on natural resources. The country’s human capital should be world-class.”
Although access to education has increased, Satryo argues that the current approach prioritises improving school management.
“Let’s change the mindset of our farmers who, for long decades, have cleared lands by burning to (shift to) using…
“The research is in. We know that interdisciplinary teams perform better than teams within disciplines, especially in solving complex problems.”
Stronger education partnerships: Opportunities for Australian education and training providers in Indonesia
Report coming containing insights into how Australia’s education sector can contribute to Indonesia’s massive human capital project.
Indonesia aims to unlock the power of its villages through infrastructure, skills and training, and employment opportunities
ASEAN’s largest economy could be running out of time to equip its people with the necessary skills and knowledge to stay competitive. Already, the country has been forced to come to terms with having the highest youth unemployment rate in the region (approximately 15 percent), according to data from the World Bank.