The project impact will be health improvement through a reduced occurrence of water-borne and water-washed diseases in the cities covered by the project. The outcome will be increased access to sanitation services by households in the cities service areas.
The proposed Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project (MSMHP) II supports (i) the implementation of the Government's Roadmap to Acceleration of Urban Sanitation Development 2010 - 2014, which targets sewerage systems in 16 cities and community based sanitation in all other cities; (ii) the National Policy for the Development of Community-Based Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation; (iii) ADB's Water Operational Framework 2011- 2020, which has a strong emphasis on sanitation and is directed toward efficient technologies and capacity development programs; (iv) ADB's Water for All policy; and (v) the draft Indonesia Country Partnership Strategy 2011-2014.
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