List of Indonesian provinces by Human Development Index

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Methodology[edit]

The figures come from the Indonesia Human Development Report,[1] published by Statistics Indonesia.

Provinces of Indonesia by Human Development Index rankings for 2020
  0.801 above
  0.751 to 0.800
  0.701 to 0.750
  0.651 to 0.700
  0.601 to 0.650

List of provinces of Indonesia by HDI 2020 Data[edit]

Rank Province HDI Comparable country
2020 Change from 2019 2020 Score Change from 2019
Very high human development
1 Steady  Jakarta 0.807 Steady 0.000  Kuwait,  Serbia
High human development
2 Steady  Special Region of Yogyakarta 0.799 Steady 0.000  Seychelles
3 Steady  East Kalimantan 0.762 Decrease 0.003  Brazil,  Colombia
4 Steady  Riau Islands 0.755 Increase 0.001  Azerbaijan,  Dominican Republic
5 Steady  Bali 0.755 Increase 0.001  Azerbaijan,  Dominican Republic,  Moldova
6 Increase 1  North Sulawesi 0.729 Steady 0.000  Jordan
7 Decrease 1  Riau 0.727 Decrease 0.003  Jordan
8 Steady  Banten 0.724 Steady 0.000  Libya
9 Steady  West Sumatra 0.723 Steady 0.000  Libya
10 Steady  West Java 0.720 Steady 0.000  Uzbekistan
- -  Indonesia (Statistics Indonesia) 2020 0.719 Steady 0.000  Uzbekistan
11 Steady  Aceh 0.719 Steady 0.000  Uzbekistan
12 Increase 2  South Sulawesi 0.719 Increase 0.003  Belize
13 Steady  Central Java 0.718 Increase 0.001  Bolivia,  Philippines
14 Decrease 2  North Sumatra 0.717 Steady 0.000  Bolivia,  Philippines
15 Steady  East Java 0.717 Increase 0.002  Samoa,  Turkmenistan
16 Steady  Bangka Belitung Islands 0.714 Increase 0.001  Samoa,  Turkmenistan,  Venezuela
17 Increase 2  Southeast Sulawesi 0.714 Increase 0.002  Venezuela
18 Steady  Bengkulu 0.714 Increase 0.002  Venezuela
19 Decrease 2  Jambi 0.712 Steady 0.000  Venezuela
20 Increase 1  Central Kalimantan 0.710 Increase 0.001  South Africa
21 Increase 1  South Kalimantan 0.709 Increase 0.002  Egypt
22 Decrease 2  North Kalimantan 0.706 Decrease 0.005  Venezuela
23 Steady  South Sumatra 0.700 Steady 0.000  Gabon
Medium human development
24 Steady  Lampung 0.696 Increase 0.001  Kyrgyzstan
24 Steady  Central Sulawesi 0.695 Steady 0.000  Kyrgyzstan
26 Steady  Maluku 0.694 Steady 0.000  Kyrgyzstan
27 Increase 1  Gorontalo 0.686 Increase 0.002  Guyana,  Morocco
28 Decrease 1  North Maluku 0.684 Decrease 0.003  Morocco
29 Steady  West Nusa Tenggara 0.682 Increase 0.001  Guyana
30 Steady  West Kalimantan 0.676 Steady 0.000  Iraq
31 Steady  West Sulawesi 0.661 Increase 0.004  Bhutan,  Nicaragua
32 Steady  East Nusa Tenggara 0.651 Decrease 0.001  Bhutan
33 Steady  West Papua 0.650 Increase 0.003  Namibia
34 Steady  Papua 0.604 Decrease 0.004  Vanuatu

List of large and medium-sized cities of Indonesia with Very High HDI (2020)[edit]

According to BPS Indonesia 2015 data, the total population of all city with very high HDI is 35,552,865 people.

Rank City HDI Province
2020 Change from 2019 2020 Score Change from 2019
Very high human development
1 Steady Yogyakarta 0.866 Steady 0.000  Special Region of Yogyakarta
2 Steady Banda Aceh 0.854 Increase 0.004  Aceh
3 Steady South Jakarta 0.847 Steady 0.000  Jakarta
4 Steady Denpasar 0.839 Increase 0.003  Bali
5 Increase 1 Kendari 0.835 Increase 0.007  Southeast Sulawesi
6 Decrease 1 Semarang 0.830 Decrease 0.001  Central Java
7 Increase 1 Padang 0.828 Increase 0.002  West Sumatra
8 Decrease 1 East Jakarta 0.826 Steady 0.000  Jakarta
9 Steady Makassar 0.822 Steady 0.000  South Sulawesi
10 Steady Surabaya 0.822 Steady 0.000  East Java
11 Steady Surakarta 0.822 Increase 0.004  Central Java
12 Steady Bandung 0.815 Decrease 0.001  West Java
13 Steady Bekasi 0.815 Steady 0.000  West Java
14 Steady Palu 0.814 Decrease 0.001  Central Sulawesi
15 Increase 2 Malang 0.814 Increase 0.001  East Java
16 Increase 2 Central Jakarta 0.813 Increase 0.001  Jakarta
17 Increase 2 West Jakarta 0.813 Increase 0.001  Jakarta
18 Decrease 3 South Tangerang 0.813 Decrease 0.001  Banten
19 Decrease 3 Pekanbaru 0.813 Steady 0.000  Riau
20 Steady Batam 0.811 Increase 0.001  Riau Islands
21 Steady Medan 0.809 Steady 0.000  North Sumatra
22 Steady Depok 0.809 Increase 0.001  West Java
23 Steady Ambon 0.808 Steady 0.000  Maluku
24 Steady Palangka Raya 0.807 Steady 0.000  Central Kalimantan
25 Steady Bukittinggi 0.805 Decrease 0.002  West Sumatra
26 Steady Bengkulu 0.803 Steady 0.000  Bengkulu
27 Increase 1 North Jakarta 0.802 Increase 0.001  Jakarta
28 Decrease 1 Samarinda 0.801 Decrease 0.001  East Kalimantan
29 Increase 1 Balikpapan 0.800 Decrease 0.001  East Kalimantan
30 Increase 1 Bontang 0.800 Steady 0.000  East Kalimantan

List of prefecture-level or regencies of Indonesia with very high HDI (2020)[edit]

According to BPS Indonesia 2015 data, total population of all regency with very high HDI is 4,920,958 people.

Rank Regency or Prefecture-level HDI Province
2020 Change from 2019 2020 Score Change from 2019
Very high human development
1 Steady Sleman Regency 0.838 Steady 0.000  Special Region of Yogyakarta
2 Steady Badung Regency 0.816 Increase 0.001  Bali
3 Steady Sidoarjo Regency 0.802 Increase 0.002  East Java
4 Steady Bantul Regency 0.800 Steady 0.000  Special Region of Yogyakarta

List of provinces of Indonesia by HDI 2019 Data[edit]

Rank Province HDI Comparable country
2019 Change from 2018 2019 Score Change from 2018
Very high human development
1 Steady  Jakarta 0.807 Increase 0.003  Kuwait,  Serbia
High human development
2 Steady  Special Region of Yogyakarta 0.799 Increase 0.004  Seychelles
3 Steady  East Kalimantan 0.766 Increase 0.008  Brazil,  Colombia
4 Steady  Riau Islands 0.754 Increase 0.006  Azerbaijan,  Dominican Republic
5 Steady  Bali 0.753 Increase 0.006  Azerbaijan,  Dominican Republic,  Moldova
6 Steady  Riau 0.730 Increase 0.006  Jordan
7 Steady  North Sulawesi 0.729 Increase 0.007  Jordan
8 Steady  Banten 0.724 Increase 0.005  Libya
9 Steady  West Sumatra 0.723 Increase 0.006  Libya
10 Steady  West Java 0.720 Increase 0.007  Uzbekistan
- -  Indonesia (Statistics Indonesia) 0.719 Increase 0.006  Uzbekistan
11 Steady  Aceh 0.719 Increase 0.008  Uzbekistan
- -  Indonesia (2019 UNDP) 0.718 Increase 0.011  Bolivia,  Philippines
12 Steady  North Sumatra 0.717 Increase 0.006  Bolivia,  Philippines
12 Steady  Central Java 0.717 Increase 0.006  Bolivia,  Philippines
14 Steady  South Sulawesi 0.716 Increase 0.007  Belize
15 Steady  East Java 0.715 Increase 0.008  Samoa,  Turkmenistan
16 Steady  Bangka Belitung Islands 0.713 Increase 0.007  Samoa,  Turkmenistan,  Venezuela
17 Steady  Bengkulu 0.712 Increase 0.006  Venezuela
17 Steady  Jambi 0.712 Increase 0.006  Venezuela
17 Steady  Southeast Sulawesi 0.712 Increase 0.006  Venezuela
20 Steady  North Kalimantan 0.711 Increase 0.006  Venezuela
21 Steady  Central Kalimantan 0.709 Increase 0.005  South Africa
22 Steady  South Kalimantan 0.707 Increase 0.006  Egypt
23 Steady  South Sumatra 0.700 Increase 0.007  Gabon
Medium human development
24 Steady  Lampung 0.695 Increase 0.005  Kyrgyzstan
24 Steady  Central Sulawesi 0.695 Increase 0.007  Kyrgyzstan
26 Steady  Maluku 0.694 Increase 0.006  Kyrgyzstan
27 Steady  North Maluku 0.687 Increase 0.010  Morocco
28 Steady  Gorontalo 0.684 Increase 0.007  Guyana,  Morocco
29 Steady  West Nusa Tenggara 0.681 Increase 0.008  Guyana
30 Steady  West Kalimantan 0.676 Increase 0.007  Iraq
31 Steady  West Sulawesi 0.657 Increase 0.006  Bhutan,  Nicaragua
32 Steady  East Nusa Tenggara 0.652 Increase 0.009  Bhutan
33 Steady  West Papua 0.647 Increase 0.010  Namibia
34 Steady  Papua 0.608 Increase 0.008  Vanuatu



List of large and medium-sized cities of Indonesia with Very High HDI (2019)[edit]

According to BPS Indonesia 2015 data, the total population of all city with very high HDI is 35,552,865 people.

Rank City HDI Province
2019 Change from 2018 2019 Score Change from 2018
Very high human development
1 Steady Yogyakarta 0.866 Increase 0.005  Special Region of Yogyakarta
2 Increase 1 Banda Aceh 0.850 Increase 0.007  Aceh
3 Decrease 1 South Jakarta 0.847 Increase 0.003  Jakarta
4 Steady Denpasar 0.836 Increase 0.003  Bali
5 Steady Semarang 0.831 Increase 0.004  Central Java
6 Increase 1 Kendari 0.828 Increase 0.006  Southeast Sulawesi
7 Increase 1 East Jakarta 0.826 Increase 0.006  Jakarta
8 Decrease 2 Padang 0.826 Increase 0.004  West Sumatra
9 Increase 1 Makassar 0.822 Increase 0.005  South Sulawesi
10 Decrease 1 Surabaya 0.822 Increase 0.005  East Java
11 Steady Surakarta 0.818 Increase 0.004  Central Java
12 Increase 1 Bandung 0.816 Increase 0.006  West Java
13 Increase 1 Bekasi 0.815 Increase 0.005  West Java
14 Increase 2 Palu 0.815 Increase 0.006  Central Sulawesi
15 Decrease 3 South Tangerang 0.814 Increase 0.003  Banten
16 Increase 3 Pekanbaru 0.813 Increase 0.007  Riau
17 Steady Malang 0.813 Increase 0.005  East Java
18 Decrease 3 Central Jakarta 0.812 Increase 0.002  Jakarta
19 Decrease 1 West Jakarta 0.812 Increase 0.004  Jakarta
20 Increase 1 Batam 0.810 Increase 0.005  Riau Islands
21 Decrease 1 Medan 0.809 Increase 0.003  North Sumatra
22 Increase 1 Depok 0.808 Increase 0.006  West Java
23 Increase 1 Ambon 0.808 Increase 0.006  Maluku
24 Decrease 2 Palangka Raya 0.807 Increase 0.004  Central Kalimantan
25 Steady Bukittinggi 0.807 Increase 0.006  West Sumatra
26 Increase 4 Bengkulu 0.803 Increase 0.007  Bengkulu
27 Decrease 1 Samarinda 0.802 Increase 0.003  East Kalimantan
28 Decrease 1 North Jakarta 0.801 Increase 0.003  Jakarta
29 Increase 2 Jayapura 0.801 Increase 0.006  Papua
30 Decrease 1 Balikpapan 0.801 Increase 0.003  East Kalimantan
31 Decrease 3 Bontang 0.800 Increase 0.002  East Kalimantan
32 Steady Ternate 0.800 Increase 0.009  North Maluku


List of prefecture-level or regencies of Indonesia with very high HDI (2019)[edit]

According to BPS Indonesia 2015 data, total population of all regency with very high HDI is 4,920,958 people.

Rank Regency or Prefecture-level HDI Province
2019 Change from 2018 2019 Score Change from 2018
Very high human development
1 Steady Sleman Regency 0.838 Increase 0.004  Special Region of Yogyakarta
2 Steady Badung Regency 0.815 Increase 0.007  Bali
3 Steady Sidoarjo Regency 0.800 Increase 0.005  East Java
4 Steady Bantul Regency 0.800 Increase 0.006  Special Region of Yogyakarta

Trends by UNDP reports[edit]

Human Development Index (by UN Method) of Indonesian provinces since 1990 (2018 revision).[2]

Province HDI 1990 HDI 1995 HDI 2000 HDI 2005 HDI 2010 HDI 2015 HDI 2018
Sumatra Region
 Aceh 0.520 0.557 0.608 0.644 0.679 0.708 0.719
 North Sumatra 0.560 0.599 0.639 0.658 0.682 0.707 0.718
 West Sumatra 0.534 0.571 0.625 0.648 0.682 0.722 0.733
 Riau[a] 0.530 0.566 0.619 0.661 0.702 0.733 0.745
 Jambi 0.515 0.551 0.602 0.637 0.664 0.689 0.700
 Bengkulu 0.506 0.540 0.592 0.628 0.669 0.706 0.717
 South Sumatra 0.535 0.572 0.609 0.626 0.662 0.695 0.706
 Bangka Belitung Islands 0.559 0.597 0.626 0.642 0.677 0.705 0.716
 Lampung 0.510 0.544 0.578 0.606 0.650 0.683 0.694
Java Region
 Banten 0.562 0.601 0.633 0.636 0.666 0.699 0.710
 Jakarta 0.633 0.677 0.721 0.735 0.751 0.773 0.785
 West Java 0.511 0.546 0.594 0.634 0.673 0.702 0.714
 Central Java 0.525 0.558 0.593 0.621 0.657 0.684 0.694
 Special Region of Yogyakarta 0.598 0.635 0.674 0.699 0.726 0.751 0.763
 East Java 0.522 0.555 0.598 0.623 0.658 0.692 0.702
Bali and Nusa Tenggara Region
 Bali 0.558 0.595 0.656 0.686 0.699 0.726 0.737
 West Nusa Tenggara 0.446 0.476 0.509 0.565 0.624 0.645 0.661
 East Nusa Tenggara 0.484 0.518 0.542 0.562 0.608 0.641 0.652
Kalimantan Region
 West Kalimantan 0.516 0.549 0.580 0.600 0.640 0.673 0.683
 Central Kalimantan 0.509 0.546 0.598 0.638 0.659 0.678 0.689
 South Kalimantan 0.528 0.565 0.595 0.618 0.658 0.688 0.698
 East Kalimantan[b] 0.574 0.614 0.661 0.686 0.711 0.737 0.749
Sulawesi Region
 South Sulawesi[c] 0.514 0.549 0.598 0.625 0.656 0.688 0.699
 Central Sulawesi 0.493 0.529 0.582 0.615 0.633 0.654 0.664
 Southeast Sulawesi 0.513 0.549 0.578 0.610 0.660 0.688 0.698
 Gorontalo 0.487 0.524 0.554 0.580 0.612 0.632 0.642
 North Sulawesi 0.538 0.577 0.638 0.675 0.692 0.717 0.729
Maluku and Papua Region
 Maluku[d] 0.548 0.587 0.622 0.630 0.654 0.684 0.694
 Papua[e] 0.524 0.561 0.591 0.594 0.589 0.597 0.607
Overall
 Indonesia 0.525 0.560 0.604 0.633 0.666 0.696 0.707

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Includes Riau Islands[2]
  2. ^ Includes North Kalimantan[2]
  3. ^ Includes West Sulawesi[2]
  4. ^ Includes North Maluku[2]
  5. ^ Includes West Papua (province)[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "[New Method] Human Development Index by Province 2018-2020" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2021-02-02.
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Sub-national Human Development Index by Province, 1990-2018 (New Method)". Retrieved 2020-03-26.