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Rural Infrastructure Support to the PNPM Mandiri Project II :  Indonesia

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Loan Name Rural Infrastructure Support to the PNPM Mandiri Project II
Country Indonesia
Loan Number 2575
Project Number 38385- 01
Source of Funding/Amount[Approved]
Ordinary Capital Resources US$84.24  million
Thematic Classification Social Development
Capacity Development
Sector/Subsector Multisector /
Gender Mainstreaming Category Effective gender mainstreaming
Project Outcome
Outcome Progress Toward Outcome
Improved access to service delivery and basic rural infrastructure for the poor, near poor and women in the project communities. Outcome is expected to be achieved.
Implementation Progress
Outputs Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities and Issues)
Strengthened capacity for community planning and development
Improved village services and infrastructure through community development grants
Improved Capacity for Project Implementation and Monitoring and Evaluation
Project implementation is progressing as scheduled. Civil works financed from the first batch of block grants have been completed in 1,500 villages;
Civil works financed by the second batch of block grants are under preparation in 1200 villages. Realignments of implementation arrangements at the district level and good preparation of Community Facilitators (CF) teams has resulted in enhancing community participation generally.
Geographical Location Indonesia
Safeguard Categories Safeguard Categories explained (Launches new browser window)
  Environment B
  Resettlement B
  Indigenous People B
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects The proposed Project is categorized as environmental category B. Environmental responsibility will mainly reside with the community organizations, assisted by a team of community facilitators. The community organizations will be responsible for conducting environmental screening and identifying necessary mitigation measures, Community facilitators will receive technical training prior to project implementation in order to provide appropriate technical awareness to each community organization. Environmental specialists will be recruited at the national and regional levels to assist community facilitators, provincial and district PIUs, and the PCMU in managing the Project's environmental aspects. Existing guidelines for community-based civil works and the technical guidelines developed by MPW for PNPM Mandiri have specific considerations to ensure environmental considerations in design, construction, and operation. The Initial Environmental Examination and Environmental Assessment Framework developed for RIS-PNPM will be reviewed and updated as needed during project processing.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation and Consultation
During Project Design During project preparation, regular consultations were held with key stakeholders (e.g. government officials and non government staff at national, provincial, and district levels, community leaders, and development partners).
During Project Implementation The Project is designed to maintain board stakeholder participation. It supports community empowerment and strengthen local capacity to implement priority programs. The Project includes assistance to (i) conduct an awareness campaign to familirize the community members with the project; (ii) conduct community facilitation including poverty mapping in villages, identification of problems and needs, evaluation of community implementation capacity, and development of planning mechanism and decision-making processes; (iii) assist in the establishment abd capacity building of community implementation organizations; (iv) assist communities to formulate village medium-term poverty reduction plans and community project proposals for funding by block grants; (v) provide technical guidenance in the implementation of the Project; and (vi) assist communities to formulate and implement operation and maintenance (O&M) plans to ensure sustainability of completed facilities.
Responsible ADB Officer Camilla R. Holmemo
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division
Concept Clearance 22 Jun 2009
Fact-finding 22 Jun 2009 to 03 Jul 2009
Appraisal 10 Aug 2009 to 18 Aug 2009
Board Approval 12 Nov 2009
Loan No. Approval Signing Effectivity Original Revised Actual
2575-INO 12 Nov 09 10 Dec 09 01 Feb 10 30 Sep 13 - -

Financing Plan Top Loan Utilization
  TOTAL ( Amount in US$ million)
Project Cost 84.24
ADB 84.24
Counterpart 0.00
Cofinancing 0.00
Date ADB OTHERS Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards
70,584,523.666 0%
Cumulative Disbursements
73,858,554.360 0%
Top Status of Covenants
Category Sector Social Financial Economic Others Safe
Rating Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory
2008 Asian Development Bank

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