The dashboard we produced covers all of Indonesia’s 34 provinces, allowing for better agricultural policies and planning from the national down to the sub-district level, potentially making life better for the one-third of Indonesia’s labourers who work in agriculture. New insights inform government policies and support systems, from infrastructure development and training programs to subsidies and credits, enhancing income and sustainability for smallholder farmers. The dashboard benefits the Directorate of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises within Bappenas, as well as other ministries and government institutions.
When the dashboard is integrated with additional datasets from different ministries, it will facilitate more comprehensive analysis and insight into the sector, supporting long-term resilience planning, improved land certification processes, and innovative agricultural extension programs. We plan to further develop the project by integrating additional datasets, to shed light on how the agriculture sector meshes with other national development areas.