The Indonesian government's focus is on improving the amount of water, available in the agricultural sectors. Currently, there are 22 dams under construction across the archipelago (band of islands that make up the country) with 9.12 trillion Rupiah going into funding for another 8 dams to be built.
The Dams will help benefit the agricultural sector but only for a short amount of time. They allow for a wider adoption of irrigation into the land. Addressing demand-side pressure will help to ensure the water security in the long run and increase the water quality that is being provided across the country.