The Asian Development Bank is working Indonesia to support flood risk management for communities in the Banten and Maluku provinces of Indonesia in order to enhance preparation for future threats while ensuring infrastructure meets high standards of resilience.
|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||Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
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||The main consulting services were mobilized by January 2018: (i) CS01 (Flood Risk Management and Engineering Services), CS02 (Project Implementation Management Services), (iii) CS05 (Farmland Management and Sustainable Agriculture Practices), and CS06 (Institutional Development for Community-Based Flood Risk Management). Small packages (consulting services and goods) continue to be procured. Construction of the two Ciujung core subprojects civil works packages begun in 2019. Preparation of the flood risk management plans and the subproject summary reports (for the other subprojects) is ongoing. A midterm review mission, conducted on 15-25 July 2019, reviewed the progress of all outputs and identified measures to address implementation problems.|
|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)||
Under Output 1, field surveys are being completed and results will be used to calibrate the hydrodynamic models for the completion of the flood risk management plans (FRMPs) by December 2019. The rationalization plans (with detailed specifications for the preparation of the bidding documents for the procurement of hydrometeorological equipment are being reviewed. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) has well progressed institutional works to incorporate FRM principles into subnational development plans.
Under Output 2, farmers are implementing land conservation and optimization measures under the coordination of subnational agriculture agencies, while MOHA is preparing water conservation community-based activities. The Ciujung core subproject civil works started in January 2019 with a physical planned progress of 25% by end of 2019. In the Ambon Seram RBT, the River Basin Organization of Maluku is initiating the procurement of CW04A civil works packages (Batu Merah check dams). The remaining non-core subprojects have been identified and are being prepared for procurement in 2020.
Under Output 3, MOHA is completing the participatory rapid assessment as basis for community-based activities. Drainage works have been implemented in selected locations in Ambon Seram RBT, showing promising results in the field.
Under Output 4, BAPPENAS initiated the preparation of the national FRM strategy and is planning to award the independent monitoring and evaluation consulting services package by November 2019.
|Geographical Location||Banten, Provinsi Maluku|
|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.|
All consultants will be recruited according to ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants. Consulting firms will be recruited for the following: (i) project management and administration support; (ii) sub project preparation (covering technical, economic and safeguards aspects), technical support to the BBWS 3 Cis and BWSM for DED and construction supervision, and external monitoring of safeguards; (iii) technical support for the implementation of sustainable agricultural practices in the Ciujung River Basin; (iii) integration of the flood risk management plans into annual and 5 year provincial and district plans, institutional works, watershed rehabilitation, and CBFRM activities. A consulting firm is being recruited to assist DWRI in monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the project.
The selection of consultants will be in accordance with ADBs quality-and-cost-based selection (QCBS) method using a quality-cost ratio of 80:20, consultants qualification selection method, and quality-based selection method. For QCBS, all consulting services recruitment notice (CSRN) must be posted in the ADB consultant management system (CMS), MPWH e- procurement system (SPSE ICB), and local English newspaper. The executing and implementing agencies must ensure that all expressions of interest (EOI) are mandatory to be submitted through MPWH SPSE ICB, in addition to the EOI received via CMS, and evaluated accordingly. 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 EOIs.
|Procurement||All procurement of goods and works will be undertaken in accordance with ADBs 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 $30,000 equivalent may be awarded to community groups following procurement procedures for community participation in procurement as contained in ADB's Procurement Guidelines. The use of the e-procurement system is allowed for national competitive bidding (NCB) packages for MPWH, Bappenas, MOA and MOHA. More information on the goods and works packages are available in the project procurement plan.|
|Responsible ADB Officer||Lawira, Helena|
|Responsible ADB Department||Southeast Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Division||Indonesia Resident Mission|
Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works & Housing, Republic of Indonesia
Jl Pattimura No.20, Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan, Indonesia
|Concept Clearance||06 Sep 2013|
|Fact Finding||17 Feb 2014 to 18 Mar 2014|
|MRM||03 Jun 2015|
|Approval||30 Sep 2016|
|Last Review Mission||-|
|Last PDS Update||27 Sep 2019|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|30 Sep 2016||02 Nov 2016||09 Dec 2016||30 Jun 2023||-||-|
|Financing Plan||Loan Utilization|
|Total (Amount in US$ million)||Date||ADB||Others||Net Percentage|
|Project Cost||161.57||Cumulative Contract Awards|
|ADB||108.70||30 Sep 2016||51.30||0.00||47%|
|Cofinancing||0.00||30 Sep 2016||35.09||0.00||32%|
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ADB Loan for Enhanced Flood Risk Management In Banten, MalukuADB approved a $109 million loan to support flood risk management for communities in the Banten and Maluku provinces of Indonesia to enhance preparation for future threats while ensuring infrastructure meets high standards of resilience.
|Contract Title||Approval Number||Contract Date||Contractor||Contractor Address||Executing Agency||Contract Description||Total Contract Amount (US$)||Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)|
|PACKAGE CS04 (INDEPENDENT MONITORING AND EVALUATION||Loan 3440||10 Mar 2020||PT LAPI GANESHATAMA CONSULTING||JL. RADEN PATAH NO.1 BANDUNG, JAWA BARAT, 40132 INDONESIA||Directorate General of Water Resources, MPWH||CONSULTANCY||662,022.06||565,595.64|
|CIUJUNG PRIORITY CIVIL WORKS PACKAGE 1 (RIGHT SIDE)||Loan 3440||06 Dec 2018||SACNA-DUTARAYA JOINT OPERATION||GEDUNG LINA, JI.H.R. RASUNA SAID KAV/B-7 KUNINGAN JAKARTA SELATAN INDONESIA||Directorate General of Water Resources, MPWH||CONSTRUCTION||16,015,161.54||16,015,161.54|
|CIUJUNG PRIORITY CIVIL WORKS PACKAGE 2 (LEFT SIDE)||Loan 3440||05 Dec 2018||PT. BASUKI RAHMANTA PUTRA||GEDUNG PERMATA KUNINGAN LT 3 JL, KUNINGAN MUIA KAV 9C GUNTUR, SETIABUDI INDONESIA||Directorate General of Water Resources, MPWH||CONSTRUCTION||16,142,320.49||16,142,320.49|
|CONSULTING FIRM FOR FARMLAND MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE PRACTICES||Loan 3440||08 Mar 2018||PT CAKRA HASTA||JALAN RAYA RAGUNAN NO.B1,RT004 RW03 JATIPADANG-PASAR MINGGU, JAKARTA SELATAN INDONESIA||Directorate General of Water Resources, MPWH||Consulting Services||1,024,782.00||1,024,409.00|
|FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES||Loan 3440||19 Dec 2017||PT. INDRA KARYA (PERSERO) IN JV WITH SINOTECH||JI. SURABAYA 31, MALANG INDONESIA INDONESIA||Directorate General of Water Resources, MPWH||5,866,546.00||5,866,546.00|
|PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES||Loan 3440||01 Dec 2017||PT DUTA CIPTA MANDIRI ENGINEERING CONSULTANT||JL.TEBET TIMUR DALAM IX F NO. 18 JAKARTA SELATAN 12820 INDONESIA||Directorate General of Water Resources, MPWH||1,531,126.00||1,531,126.00|
|INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR COMMUNITY BASED FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES||Loan 3440||01 Dec 2017||PT INACON LUHUR PERTIWIIN JV WITH PT MULTI||GD GRAHA ARSA, RUANG IT-22, JL SIAGA RAYA NO.31, PASAR MINGGU, JAKARTA SELATA INDONESIA||Directorate General of Water Resources, MPWH||3,930,625.00||3,930,625.00|
|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Flood Management in Selected River Basins Sector Project: Procurement Plan||Procurement Plans||Jun 2020|