Twimbit explains the strategy to achieve the goals of the Golden Indonesia 2045 vision

Jakarta (MidLand) – Twimbit research institute together with Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison have released a report titled “Empowering Indonesia Report 2024” which outlines five key strategies to achieve the goal of the Golden Indonesia 2045 vision.

“In the next 20 years we will celebrate 100 years of Indonesian (independence) and there are 5 dreams that Indonesia wants to realize,” said Twimbit CEO Manoj Menon in his presentation at the “Empowering Indonesia Forum” event in Medan Merdeka Barat, Central Monday in Jakarta.

The five goals of the Golden Indonesia 2045 vision that Manoj refers to are economic growth so that Indonesia is ranked in the fifth largest economy in the world, eradicating the poverty rate to zero%.

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Then position Indonesia as one of the leading and influential countries in the international world, with highly skilled human resources and achieving the goal of zero carbon emissions.

The goal of the vision, Manoj said, can be achieved with the support of three important factors, namely diversified economic development, accelerated adoption of technology and sustainable and inclusive development.

In his presentation, Manoj mentioned five strategies to realize the vision of a golden Indonesia in 2045.

The first is diversified economic development by ensuring that non-metropolitan cities, especially those on the island of Java, also experience economic growth like metropolitan cities.

“Growth is not just happening in Java, but all over Indonesia,” Manoj said.

The second is strengthening the role of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). According to Manoj, the existence of SMEs contributes greatly to the Indonesian economy because they contribute 60% to the country’s GDP and open up many new job opportunities.

One step to strengthen SMEs is the adoption of digital technology in business management. Through the use of technology, MSMEs can manage their businesses and provide services faster and more effectively.

“We need to ensure that these MSMEs can continue to grow, help drive the growth of the country, and this can happen if we use digital technology better,” Manoj said.

The third is the application of digital technology in the agricultural sector. Through digital technology, the agricultural sector has become more modern. Farmers can use various types of technology to expand market access while maintaining food security by increasing production.

The fourth is to create technology-competent natural resources. One of them is through digital education which can bridge the gap between urban and rural communities and produce many new digital talents.

The fifth is the emancipation of women. Indonesia is encouraged to implement a transformation of gender norms to eliminate traditional stereotypes that prevent women from obtaining equal opportunities and rights in the world of work.

In addition to this, it is necessary to reduce the digital gap between women and men, while data from the National Socio-Economic Survey (Susenas) shows that the gap between women and men in terms of Internet access in 2022 will be at the 6 percent level.

By giving women greater access to the Internet and technology, they can encourage their empowerment in the economic sector, particularly in the digital economy.

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Reporter: Farhan Arda Nugraha
Editor: Zita Meirina
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