29336-013: Central Sulawesi Integrated Area Development and Conservation

Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview


Description

The Project will promote sustainable development in an ecologically sensitive area, i.e., encouraging environmentally sound social and economic development in tandem with protection of the biological wealth and ecological functions that makes it possible. The Project has two inter-related objectives: (i) improved socioeconomic welfare of rural communities in the buffer zone of the Park (defined as the areas abutting the boundary of the Park and the two watersheds served by the Lariand and Gumbas... Read More

Country Indonesia
Project Number 29336-013
Project Type or Modality of Assistance Loan
Financing Public sector (Sovereign)
Status
Approval Number Loan No. 1605
Approval Date 27 Jan 1998
Closing Date 16 Jun 2006
Geographical Location Central Sulawesi
Sector / Subsector Classification Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
/ Land-Based Natural Resources Management
Safeguard Categories Environment: A

Results Delivered

New households connected to electricity (number) 114
Expressway built or updgraded (kilometers) 106
National highways and provincial, district, and rural roads built or upgraded (kilometers) 209
Beneficiaries from road projects (number) 37,231
New households served with water supply (number) 6,600
New households served with sanitation (number) 11,750
Land improved through irrigation services, drainage, and flood management (hectares) 2,600

The results data reported above are limited to ADB's core sectors, as defined under Strategy 2020 and tracked through indicators in the ADB Results Framework. For definitions of results indicators, please see the ADB Results Framework Indicators Definition.

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