Indonesia tycoon helps the poor


The number of high net worth individuals in Indonesia is expected to triple within the next five years, a rate of growth that is amongst the fastest in Asia.

But more than half of Indonesians still live on under $2 per day, and the gap between the rich and poor in Southeast Asia's largest economy may grow further.

Sandiaga Uno, a coal entrepreneur and one of Indonesia's richest men, has turned his running hobby into a way to help underprivileged people.

The BBC's Karishma Vaswani interviewed him in Jakarta, and asked him how he got started.

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