In the economic field, the value of trade between Indonesia and Gambia reached USD 42.9 million in 2014, an increase of 11.5% compared to the year 2013 with a surplus on the Indonesian side. The Gambian government has expressed interest in buying 500 units of hand tractors made in Indonesia.
Indonesian Government has also established the Agricultural Rural Farmer Training Center (ARFTC) in Jenoi, Gambia, in 1998. During the period 2010-2013, ARFTC Jenoi has provided agricultural training to 5,114 farmers Gambia and farmers from neighboring countries Gambia, among others, Senegal, Mali, Niger, Sierra Leone, Guinea-Bissau, and Guinea. In addition, Indonesia has also provided assistance in the form of equipment and agricultural machinery to Gambia in 2008 (12 hand tractors) and 2014 (5 hand tractors).