Building Road Connectivity Infrastructure for the Livelihood of Indigenous Papuans and the Environment


How has the construction of roads in Papua and West Papua improved connectivity and enhanced various aspects of livelihood of indigenous Papuans and affected the environment? These are the questions that are answered through a rapid assessment conducted by The Asia Foundation in cooperation with the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia), in 2018. This qualitative study was conducted on stretches of national roads and strategic roads in the provinces of Papua and West Papua.

Posted October 25, 2018
Related locations: Indonesia
Related programs: Economic Opportunity, Strengthen Governance


Afghanistan in 2018: A Survey of the Afghan People

The longest-running and broadest nationwide survey of Afghan attitudes and opinions.

Afghanistan in 2018: A Survey of the Afghan People