The project will support the Government of Indonesia and river-based communities in better managing and mitigating flood risks. The project has been designed as a sector loan to support the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Water Resources, 2015 -2019 (SPWR) of the Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH). The SPWR includes policy measures and priority investments in 63 river basin territories (RBTs) in Indonesia. The project will finance subprojects in the Cidanau Ciujung Cidurian (Banten province) and Ambon Seram (Maluku province) RBTs. Project interventions will (i) enhance hydrometeorological data and analysis, management, and institutional coordination for managing flood risks; (ii) upgrade and develop flood protection infrastructure; (iii) improve watershed conditions to moderate runoff peaks and soil erosion; and (iv) prepare communities to manage floods.
|Project Name||Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project|
|Project Type / Modality of Assistance||Loan
|Source of Funding / Amount||
|Strategic Agendas||Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
|Drivers of Change||Governance and capacity development
|Sector / Subsector||
Agriculture, natural resources and rural development - Rural flood protection
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming||Effective gender mainstreaming|
|Description||The project will support the Government of Indonesia and river-based communities in better managing and mitigating flood risks. The project has been designed as a sector loan to support the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Water Resources, 2015 -2019 (SPWR) of the Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH). The SPWR includes policy measures and priority investments in 63 river basin territories (RBTs) in Indonesia. The project will finance subprojects in the Cidanau Ciujung Cidurian (Banten province) and Ambon Seram (Maluku province) RBTs. Project interventions will (i) enhance hydrometeorological data and analysis, management, and institutional coordination for managing flood risks; (ii) upgrade and develop flood protection infrastructure; (iii) improve watershed conditions to moderate runoff peaks and soil erosion; and (iv) prepare communities to manage floods. The project will promote effective flood risk management (FRM) by coupling infrastructure investment with supporting software measures. It will contribute to the achievement of the government's National Medium Term Development Plan, 2015 2019 (RPJMN) sector target to reduce the magnitude of economic and social damage due to floods.|
|Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy||The project will support implementation of part of the SPWR calling for a $3.06 billion investment in flood management. The Cidanau Ciujung Cidurian RBT (which is affected by river floods) and the Ambon Seram RBT (which experiences flash floods) have been initially selected to demonstrate FRM in implementing the RPJMN. The investment will help the government accelerate implementation of Rencanas in selected RBTs, and provides (i) a long-term partnership between the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the government for policy dialogue and capacity development, and (ii) the potential to investment in other priority areas to ensure continuity in combining infrastructure with nonstructural components.|
|Impact||Economic and social losses from flood events reduced|
|Description of Outcome||Flood risks in selected river basins, including those in the Cidanau -Ciujung -Cidurian and Ambon -Seram RBTs, reduced through FRM|
|Progress Toward Outcome|
|Description of Project Outputs||
Planning for FRM enhanced
Land management improved and flood infrastructure upgraded
Capacity for CBFRM enhanced
Policy, coordination, and capacity at the national level improved
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)||
The following recruitment is ongoing, with the status indicated:
Firms have been shortlisted and Requests for Proposals (RFPs) had been issued for packages of CS 01 Flood Risk Management and Engineering Services (on 28 February 2017), CS 02 Project Implementation Management Services (on 7 February 2017), and CS 06 Institutional Development for Community-Based Flood Risk Management (on 17 March 2017).
In addition to the consulting services, the EA's is currently preparing pre-qualification document and adjusting the BOQ and cost estimate of the Ciujung main construction packages. The EA have also allocated sufficient budget for payment of resettlement activities.
The terms of reference (TOR) and cost estimates for Farmland Management and Sustainable Agricultural Practices in Ciujung River Basins (CS 05) are approved and ready for advertisement.
|Geographical Location||Banten Province,Maluku Province|
|Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects|
|Environmental Aspects||The Project is categorized as environment category B in accordance with ADB s SPS 2009. Details about the procedures to ensure that potential environmental impacts are avoided, reduced and mitigated can be found in the Environmental Assessment and Review Framework (EARF). An initial environmental examination (IEE) report including an Environmental Management and Environmental Monitoring Plan (EMP) was prepared for the Ciujung core subproject.|
|Involuntary Resettlement||In accordance with ADB''s SPS 2009, the project is classified as Category A for Involuntary Resettlement. Structural works will require land acquisition and resettlement (LAR) in rural and settlement areas. The Resettlement Framework has been prepared, to guide the preparation and implementation of resettlement plan in compliance with SPS 2009 and government Law No. 2/2012 on Land Acquisition for the Development in the Public Interest and other relevant implementing regulations. The Resettlement Plan was prepared and concurred by the Government for the Ciujung core subproject.|
|Indigenous Peoples||The Project is categorized as C for Indigenous Peoples, as there are no indigenous peoples living in the core subproject area. As part of the selection criteria, future subprojects will exclude proposals that will have any impact on indigenous peoples.|
|Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation|
|During Project Design||Stakeholder consultations were conducted in all areas during project preparation and will continue throughout implementation. Continuous consultations will be conducted during implementation and effective measures of stakeholder engagement will be established to ensure ownership of the project especially the success of the community-based flood risk management component.|
|During Project Implementation||To ensure effective communication with stakeholders during project implementation, the project will adopt a three-pronged strategy as follows: (i) deliver relevant information to stakeholders in a culturally appropriate, gender-sensitive, and timely manner; (ii) obtain accurate and timely feedback from stakeholders; and (iii) enable an efficient flow of information from project implementers to stakeholders and vice versa.|
|Consulting Services||All consultants will be recruited according to ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants.39 A total of 2,579 person months of consulting services will be financed by the loan, comprising 2,499 person-months national and 80 person months of international. DGWR consultants, comprising 1,477 person months of national and 40 person months of international consultants will provide support to project management, project administration support, sub project preparation (covering technical, economic and safeguards aspects) and technical support to the BBWS 3 Cis and BWSM for DED and construction supervision. DGWR will also recruit an independent social monitoring agency and the BBWS 3 Cis and BWSM will both recruit an independent environmental monitoring agency. 208 person-months of national and 6 person-months of international consultants will be recruited to assist DWRI in monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the project. A total of 220 person-months of National consultants will provide technical support to DGAIF for implementation of sustainable agriculture practices in the Ciujung river basin. 594 person-months national and 34 person months of international consultants will be recruited to support DGRD for the integration of the FRMPs into annual and 5 years provincial and district plans, institutional works, watershed rehabilitation and CBFRM activities. The selection of consultants will be in accordance with ADB's quality-and-cost-based selection method using a quality-cost ratio of 80:20 Consultants' Qualification Selection method, least cost selection method, quality based selection method, and individual consultant selection method.|
|Procurement||All procurement of goods and works will be undertaken in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines (2015, as amended from time to time). Under the project, civil works will be procured through national competitive bidding (NCB) procedures acceptable to ADB for packages up to or equal to $25,000,000 equivalent. Goods will be procured through NCB procedures acceptable to ADB for packages up to or equal to $3,000,000 equivalent. For packages of $100,000 equivalent or less, shopping method may be used. Small-scale works and good contracts with average value of $30,000 equivalent may be awarded to community groups following procurement procedures for community participation in procurement as contained in ADB's Procurement Guidelines. The use of the e-procurement system is allowed for national competitive bidding (NCB) packages for MPWH, Bappenas, MOA and MOHA. For Quality- and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS) all consulting services recruitment notice (CSRN) must be posted in the ADB consultant management system (CMS), MPWH' e- procurement system (SPSE), and local English newspaper. The executing and implementing agencies must ensure that all experession of interest are mandatory to be submitted through MPWH' SPSE, in addition to expression of interest (EOI) received via CMS and evaluated accordingly. Hence executing and implementing agencies will provide assurance that the use of MPWH electronic procurement system to engage the consulting firms will not hamper the advertisement of the CSRN in CMS nor the receipt of all EOI and corresponding evaluation of EOI.|
|Responsible ADB Officer||Quincieu, Eric|
|Responsible ADB Department||Southeast Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Division||Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture Division, SERD|
Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works & Housing, Republic of Indonesia
Jl Pattimura No.20, Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia
|Concept Clearance||06 Sep 2013|
|Fact Finding||17 Feb 2014 to 18 Mar 2014|
|MRM||03 Jun 2015|
|Approval||30 Sep 2016|
|Last Review Mission||-|
|Last PDS Update||31 Mar 2017|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|30 Sep 2016||02 Nov 2016||09 Dec 2016||30 Jun 2023||-||-|
|Financing Plan||Loan Utilization|
|Total (Amount in US$ million)||Date||ADB||Others||Net Percentage|
|Project Cost||161.57||Cumulative Contract Awards|
|ADB||108.70||30 Sep 2016||0.00||0.00||0%|
|Cofinancing||0.00||30 Sep 2016||1.50||0.00||1%|
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|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations) for Loan 3440-INO: Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project||Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources)||Nov 2016|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Procurement Plan||Procurement Plans||Sep 2016|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Project Administration Manual||Project/Program Administration Manual||Sep 2016|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Report and Recommendation of the President||Reports and Recommendations of the President||Aug 2016|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Gender Action Plan||Gender Action Plans||Aug 2016|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Project||Initial Poverty and Social Analysis||Sep 2013|
|Preparing the Flood Management in Selected River Basins Project||Technical Assistance Reports||Aug 2003|
Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards
Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.
|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Ciujung Dyke Construction Subproject Resettlement Plan||Resettlement Plans||May 2015|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Land Acquisition and Resettlement Framework||Resettlement Frameworks||May 2015|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Environmental Assessment and Review Framework||Environmental Assessment and Review Framework||May 2015|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Initial Environmental Examination - Ciujung Core Subproject||Initial Environmental Examination||May 2015|
Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation
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