Indonesia Needs $5.9 Billion USD to Improve Sanitation, Clean Water Access: Health Minister

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Indonesia, JAKARTA

Indonesia will need $5.9 billion USD in funding through 2020 to build water and sanitation infrastructure and improve access in the country, Indonesian Health Minister Nafsiah Mboi has said.