Economy and HDI indicators (healthcare, education) are certainly important determinants of sporting success but as the success of many African countries testify, there are other factors as well. They would be Investment in sporting activity (both public and private spending), quality of sporting administration, and I add with great caution and at a great risk of diverting the debate- sporting tradition and inherent physique of the population.
Take for eg India - it has earned a total of 61 medals (for a population of 1.4 billion). What it conceals of course is that on one hand you have states like Haryana (23 medals for a population of around 25 million) and Manipur ( 3 medals for a population of around 3-4 million); and then you have UP which has 5 medals for a population of almost the same as Pak (220 mio).
Yup we need make the sport as industry
Indonesia which is basically in general dont have good physical height can beat Jordanian team (Arab genetic)
Under 16 years old
Our star, Syarafina Ayasha, number 6, is played there. Look how serious she is with basketball
Then some how we can recruit NBA G league player as our citizen and we are lucky to have good player with African DNA (mixed blood). In term of heigh, Indian is even better than Indonesia