List of Indonesian provinces by Human Development Index

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List of Indonesian provinces by HDI is in order of the HDI of Indonesian provinces.

Methodology[edit]

The figures come from the 2016 Indonesia Human Development Report,[1] published by Badan Pusat Statistik of Indonesia.

Indonesian provinces[edit]

Rank Name of Province 2016 HDI Status Country of Comparable HDI 2016 (HDI Rank)
1 Jakarta 0.796 High  Belarus  Oman (52)
2 Yogyakarta Special Region 0.784 High  Seychelles (63)
3 East Kalimantan 0.746 High  Algeria (83)
4 Riau Islands 0.740 High  Peru  Thailand (87)
5 Bali 0.737 High  Fiji (91)
6 Riau 0.712 High None
7 North Sulawesi 0.711 High None
8 Banten 0.710 High None
9 West Sumatra 0.707 High  Belize (103)
--- Indonesia 0.702 High  Uzbekistan  Maldives (105)
10 West Java 0.701 High  Uzbekistan  Maldives (105)
11 North Sumatra 0.700 High  Moldova (107)
12 Aceh Darussalam 0.700 High  Moldova (107)
13 Central Java 0.700 High  Moldova (107)
14 South Sulawesi 0.698 Medium  Botswana (108)
15 East Java 0.697 Medium  Gabon (109)
16 Bangka–Belitung Islands 0.696 Medium  Gabon (109)
17 Jambi 0.696 Medium  Gabon (109)
18 South East Sulawesi 0.693 Medium  Paraguay (110)
19 Bengkulu 0.693 Medium  Paraguay (110)
20 North Kalimantan 0.692 Medium  Egypt  Turkmenistan (111)
21 Central Kalimantan 0.691 Medium  Egypt  Turkmenistan (111)
22 South Kalimantan 0.691 Medium  Egypt  Turkmenistan (111)
23 South Sumatra 0.682 Medium  Philippines (116)
24 Lampung 0.677 Medium  Bolivia (118)
25 Maluku 0.676 Medium  Bolivia (118)
26 Central Sulawesi 0.675 Medium  Bolivia (118)
27 North Maluku 0.666 Medium  South Africa (119)
28 Gorontalo 0.663 Medium  Kyrgyzstan (120)
29 West Kalimantan 0.659 Medium None
30 West Nusa Tenggara 0.658 Medium None
31 West Sulawesi 0.636 Medium  Micronesia  Guyana (127)
32 East Nusa Tenggara 0.631 Medium None
33 West Papua 0.622 Medium  India (131)
34 Papua 0.581 Medium  Bangladesh  Ghana (139)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Human Development Indices by Province, 2010-2016 (New Method)" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2017-07-27.