Indonesia: Community and Local Government Support: Sector Development Program (Program Loan)

Nonsovereign Project | 32103-013 Status: Approved

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Project Name Community and Local Government Support: Sector Development Program (Program Loan)
Project Number 32103-013
Borrower/Company
Country Indonesia
Location Indonesia
Approval Number 1677
Type or Modality of Assistance
1677 OCR US$ 200.00 million Approved
Strategic Agendas
Drivers of Change
Sector / Subsector

Public sector management - Decentralization

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Human and Social Development Division, SERD
Responsible ADB Officer ADB Disclosure
Project Sponsor(s)
Description

The overall goal of the Community and Local Government Support: Sector Development Program (CLGS:SDP) is to improve socio-economic well-being in Indonesia. The specific objectives are to (i) reduce poverty and restore economic activity; (ii) support the Government's ongoing decentralization efforts; (iii) operationalize decentralization by increasing the capacity of the districts to implement public works and enterprise support; and (iv) empower villages and civil society to participate more fully in local development. These objectives will be achieved through (i) support for policy, organizational and administrative reforms through a policy-based program loan that focuses on decentralization and devolution of responsibilities to the district levels; (ii) an investment loan that reduces poverty by employment creation through labour-based public works and support for small scale and micro enterprises; and (iii) three TAs to prepare district administrative systems, district budgetary systems and the development of project participatory monitoring and evaluation programs.

The investment component will provide funds for poverty alleviation through labor-based infrastructure development and improvement, following decentralized planning and implementation procedures, including enhanced community participation. The investments will be targeted at poorer districts that have been most severely affected by the crisis. The works financed under this component will consist of village projects, larger district level works and small and micro enterprise support. The funds will be provided by the Government to the eligible districts on a block grant basis.

Objectives and Scope
Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

Safeguard Categories

Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement
Indigenous Peoples

Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects

Environmental Aspects
Involuntary Resettlement
Indigenous Peoples
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation

Business Opportunities

Consulting Services The proposed consulting services are grouped into two packages (i) project management support to the project management office (PMO) for the investment loan support; and (ii) implementation support to participating districts and communities. It is estimated that a total of 450 person months of consultant inputs will be required for the PMO, comprising 90 person months of international and 360 person months of domestic consultants with expertise in urban planning and development, participatory processes, monitoring, training, legal aspects of local government financial systems and nongovernment organization (NGO) involvement. The district level consultants will consist of five persons with expertise in facilitation, technical design and implementation, planning, local government institutions and monitoring. The services will be required during the four years of implementation of CLGS:SDP. The consultants will be selected and recruited in accordance with the Bank's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants.
Procurement Procurement for the Project will be limited to: (i) computers and training materials; (ii) construction materials; and (iii) some equipment for the subprojects. All procurement will be made in accordance with the Bank's Guidelines on Procurement.

Timetable for assistance design, processing and implementation

Concept Clearance -
Due Diligence
Credit Committee Meeting 11 Jan 1999
Approval 25 Mar 1999
Last PDS Update 19 Feb 2007
Title Document Type Document Date
Community and Local Government Support Sector Development Program Project/Program Completion Reports Oct 2006
Community and Local Government Support Sector Development Program Reports and Recommendations of the President Mar 1999

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