List of Indonesian provinces by Human Development Index

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Provinces of Indonesia by HDI in 2018
  0.800 above
  0.751 to 0.800
  0.701 to 0.750
  0.651 to 0.700
  0.601 to 0.650

List of Indonesian provinces in order of the Human Development Index.

Methodology[edit]

The figures come from the 2019 Indonesia Human Development Report,[1] published by Statistics Indonesia.

List of provinces of Indonesia by Human Development Index (2018)[edit]

Rank Province HDI Score (2018) Comparable country (2018)
Very high human development
1 Special Capital Region of Jakarta 0.804  Malaysia
High human development
2 Special Region of Yogyakarta 0.795  Panama
3 East Kalimantan 0.758  China
4 Riau Islands 0.748  Dominican Republic
5 Bali 0.747  Dominican Republic
6 Riau 0.724  Paraguay
7 North Sulawesi 0.722  Jordan
8 Banten 0.719  Maldives
9 West Sumatra 0.717  Tonga
 Indonesia (Statistics Indonesia) 0.713
10 West Java 0.713  Philippines
11 Aceh 0.711  Moldova
11 North Sumatra 0.711  Moldova
11 Central Java 0.711  Moldova
14 South Sulawesi 0.709  Libya
 Indonesia (2018 UNDP) 0.707  Samoa
15 East Java 0.707  Samoa
15 North Kalimantan 0.707  Samoa
16 Bangka–Belitung Islands 0.706  South Africa
16 Jambi 0.706  South Africa
16 Bengkulu 0.706  South Africa
20 South East Sulawesi 0.705  South Africa
21 Central Kalimantan 0.704  Bolivia
22 South Kalimantan 0.701  Gabon
Medium human development
23 South Sumatra 0.693  Vietnam
24 Lampung 0.690  Palestine
25 Central Sulawesi 0.688  Iraq
25 Maluku 0.688  Iraq
27 North Maluku 0.677  Morocco
27 Gorontalo 0.677  Morocco
29 West Nusa Tenggara 0.673  Kyrgyzstan
30 West Kalimantan 0.669  Guyana
31 West Sulawesi 0.651  Guatemala
32 East Nusa Tenggara 0.643  Namibia
33 West Papua 0.637
34 Papua 0.600  Laos

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Human Development Indices by Province, 2010-2018 (New Method)" (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2019-04-22.