Workforce and Employment

How this country used EdTech to add 14 million jobs during the pandemic

Many of Indonesia's workforce are informal and undocumented. Addressing this through education is improving financial inclusion and increasing wages. Image: REUTERS

Denni P. Purbasari

Executive Director, Kartu Prakerja

Eric S. Darmanto

Senior Advisor, Kartu Prakerja

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