Indonesia

The Viability Gap Fund, established by the Ministry of Finance in 2012, seeks to provide additional capital to support the financial viability of projects. According to expert statements, the implementation and activities of the VGF need to be strengthened.
Instrument Viability Gap Fund
Objectives - Increase the financial viability of the projects
– Ensure infrastructure project provision
– Increase infrastructure supply
Eligible project The project is economically feasible but not financially viable yet
Eligible beneficiaries Private investors are selected through open and competitive bidding under PPP regulations
Min Investment Cost US$10Million