Indonesia Multi-Sectoral Response Plan to COVID-19
Given the magnitude of the emergency, this COVID-19 Response Plan is a joint commitment by the Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) and the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) to support the Government of Indonesia, and covers a range of issues through a comprehensive multi-sectoral approach which, during the first six months of the emergency focuses on life-saving and early recovery activities.
The multi-sectoral response plan is aligned with the WHO Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan, the Global Humanitarian Response Plan, and the UN Framework for the Immediate Socio-economic Response to COVID-19. The plan will need regular updating to match the unique and evolving nature of this emergency with the most effective and appropriate activities.
In line with the Global Humanitarian Response Plan, the Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan and the UN framework for the immediate socio-economic response to COVID-19, the main goal of this HCT/UNCT Multisectoral Response Plan to COVID-19 is to support the Government of Indonesia’s efforts in preparing and responding to the pandemic, and will be guided by three objectives:
Containing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and decreasing morbidity and mortality.
Decreasing the deterioration of human assets and rights, social cohesion and livelihoods.
Protecting, assisting and advocating for particularly vulnerable groups, such as refugees, pregnant woman, people with disabilities, elderly, internally displaced people, migrants and host communities.
The estimated financial requirements for the implementation of the plan until the end of 2020 amounts to over $US 113 million (see plan for breakdown by sector).