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ANU Indonesia Project Global Seminar Series
High-frequency monitoring of socio-economic impact of Covid-19 on households in Indonesia

Ririn Purnamasari (The World Bank) and Bambang Suharnoko Sjahrir (The World Bank)
Chair: Arianto Patunru (ANU)

The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly evolving. The pandemic and its containment measures have significantly impacted economic activity and livelihoods of households in Indonesia. The Government of Indonesia has already put in place several mitigating measures, but the extent to which these are likely to be adequate is unclear. There is a strong demand for information on the transmission mechanisms of the crisis on the population that could be used to inform the policymaking process by identifying gaps that may require scaling up or redirecting of policy responses as the crisis unfolds. In response to this, the World Bank has been conducting a nationally representative high-frequency (HiFy) phone survey at the household level. This HiFy survey aims to provide a near real-time insights on the socio-economic impacts of the pandemic on households, going deeper on key concerns including employment, food security, access to health, education, coping mechanism, and social assistance.

Please see our new website, www.covid19Indonesia.net, for presentation materials from the speakers.

Copyright ANU Indonesia Project 2020.

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