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Indonesia was selected for the Threshold Program starting in the 2006 selection process. On November 17, 2006 the MCC and Indonesia signed a $55 million Threshold Program to increase childhood immunization and curb public corruption.

Read Indonesia’s Threshold Program press release and fact sheet.

In the FY 2009 selection process, Indonesia passed six of six "ruling justly" indicators, three of the five "investing in people" indicators, and four of six "economic freedom" indicators.

Indonesia's performance on the 2009 selection criteria (pdf)

 

In the FY 2008 selection process, Indonesia passed five of six “ruling justly” indicators, failing the hard hurdle on corruption, two of the five “investing in people” indicators (girls’ primary education completion), and four of six “economic freedom” indicators.

Indonesia's performance on the 2008 selection criteria (pdf)

 

In the FY 2007 selection process, Indonesia passed four of six “ruling justly” indicators, failing the hard hurdle on corruption, only one of the four “investing in people” indicators (girls’ primary education completion), and four of six “economic freedom” indicators.

Indonesia's performance on the 2007 selection criteria (pdf)

 

In 2006 Indonesia passed four of six "ruling justly" indicators (with a failing score for corruption), one of four "investing in people" indicators, and four of six "economic freedom" indicators (with a days to start a business score falling substantially below the median).

Review Indonesia's 2006 performance (pdf) the year it was first selected as a Threshold country  

 

Learn more about the MCC's Threshold Program.