Project Data Sheet

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PDS Creation Date
PDS Updated as of 02 Jan 2014

Project Name IKK Water Supply Project
Country Indonesia
Project/Program Number 46028-001
Status Proposed
Geographical Location
In preparing any country program or strategy, financing any project, or by making any designation of, or reference to, a particular territory or geographic area in this document, the Asian Development Bank does not intend to make any judgments as to the legal or other status of any territory or area.
Sector and/or Subsector Classification Water supply and other municipal infrastructure and services
/ Water Supply and Sanitation
Thematic Classification Economic growth
Gender Mainstreaming Categories

Financing

Type/Modality of Assistance Approval Number Source of Funding Approved Amount (thousand)
Technical Assistance--0
TOTAL US$ 0

Summary of Environmental and Social Issues

Environmental Aspects
Involuntary Resettlement
Indigenous Peoples

Stakeholder Communication, Participation and Consultation

During Project Design
The executing agency is the Directorate General for Human Settlements (DGHS) of the Ministry of Public Works, which will establish a project management unit. The implementing agencies will be the provincial agencies in charge of water supply. Local project management units will be established.
During Project Implementation
The executing agency is the Directorate General for Human Settlements (DGHS) of the Ministry of Public Works, which will establish a project management unit. The implementing agencies will be the provincial agencies in charge of water supply. Local project management units will be established. Project implementation assistance will be provided through a consultancy contract with a firm, while individual consultants will be considered for specific tasks. Procurement will follow ADB's Procurement Guidelines. Advance action for consultant recruitment will be applied as much as possible.

Description

The project will provide piped water supply to about 200,000 poor people in peri-urbanized and poor areas in Indonesia. This will be done by (i) financing and constructing water intake and treatment facilities; (ii) building the capacity of local government and community organizations and associated agencies, to design, finance, operate and maintain the distribution system; and (iii) raising awareness with poor communities on the health benefits of piped and treated water supply to raise demand for piped water supply systems. Strategic focus. The project contributes to the Indonesia Country Partnership Strategy, 2012 2014, which is under preparation, and is included in the Country Operations Business Plan, 2012 2014 for approval in 2014. ADB will support government efforts to achieve more inclusive growth by upgrading infrastructure, strengthening the delivery of local government services, and targeting poor populations. The project is in line with ADB s Water Operational Plan, 2011 2020, which recognizes the lack of access to safe water and inappropriate hygiene practices as major barriers to improving general health and widening access to education among the most vulnerable communities. The project also addresses the issues raised in the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Assessment, Strategy and Roadmap for Indonesia (footnote 1) since it will (i) adopt a community based approach, (ii) increase investment levels required to connect more households to piped water supply, (iii) stimulate sub-national political will to improve water services, (iv) stimulate cross-sectoral policy coordination on the provision of improved water supply facilities , and (v) increase community awareness of the importance of clean water use and sanitation practices.

Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

Of the 238 million of Indonesia s total population, only 18% (or 40 million) are connected to piped and assumed safe water supply: 31% of the urban and 12% of the rural population. Limited access to safe water combined with poor sanitation explains the high level of water-borne diseases in the country. Indonesia has the highest incidence of typhoid in Southeast Asia, while diarrhea is the second largest cause of death among young children (footnote 1). Although improvement is being made, the under-five mortality rate is still high with 41 deaths per 1,000 live births

Development Impact

Project Outcome

Description of Outcome
Progress Towards Outcome

Outputs and Implementation Progress

Description of Project Outputs
Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)
Status of Development Objectives
Material Changes

Business Opportunities

Date of First Listing
Consulting Services
Procurement
Procurement and Consulting Notices
http://www.adb.org/projects/46028-001/business-opportunities

Timetable

Concept Clearance
Fact-finding
Management Review Meeting
Approval
Last Review Mission

Milestones

Approval No. Approval Signing Effectivity Closing
Original Revised Actual

Utilization

Date Approval Number ADB (US$ thousand) Others (US$ thousand) Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards
Cumulative Disbursements

TA Amount (US$ thousand)

Approval Number Approved Amount Revised Amount Total Commitment Uncommitted Balance Total Disbursement Undisbursed Balance

Contacts and Update Details

Responsible ADB Officer Paulus B. van Klaveren (pvanklaveren@adb.org)
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Divisions Urban Development and Water Division, SERD
Executing Agencies

Links

Project Website http://www.adb.org/projects/46028-001/main
List of Project Documents http://www.adb.org/projects/46028-001/documents