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Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project :  Indonesia

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Loan Name Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project
Country Indonesia
Loan Number 2654
Project Number 39071- 01
Source of Funding/Amount[Approved]
Ordinary Capital Resources US$35.00  million
Thematic Classification Environmental Sustainability
Economic growth
Social Development
Sector/Subsector Water and Other Municipal Infrastructure and Services / Water Supply and Sanitation
Gender Mainstreaming Category Effective gender mainstreaming
Description The Project will provide improved urban wastewater services in two regional governmtns (RGs): Kota Medan (provicne of North Sumatra) and Kota Yogyakarta (province of Yogyakarta) including neighboring Kabupaten Sleman and Kabupaten Bantul.
Project Outcome
Outcome Progress Toward Outcome
Increased access to improved wastewater in the participating cities. This will not be achieved until 2014, half a year before project completion.
Implementation Progress
Outputs Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities and Issues)
1. Community Mobilization for Improved Health and Hygiene

2. Infrastructure development for sewerage completed.
3. Project implementation and capacity development support completed
Overall progress implementation is behind initial schedule. Based on current progress in Medan, it was assessed that works can not be completed within the original time schedule for comissioning of the WWTP due to pending EIA . Likewise, the works in Yogyakarta (including additional works) is still within the overall project schedule. Due to delay in Medan, the EA is planning to request 6 months- 1 year loan extension.
Geographical Location Medan, Yogyakarta
Safeguard Categories Safeguard Categories explained (Launches new browser window)
  Environment B
  Resettlement B
  Indigenous People C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects Improved sanitation infrastructure will reduce pollution of environmental receivers such as aquifers, water courses or the sea, thus improving water quality and public health.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation and Consultation
During Project Design The Project has been prepared in close consultation with city sanitation working teams (CSWT) that were established by the participating city governments. The CSWTs assisted with the selection of target groups during the conduct of socioeconomic surveys and focus group discussions, adn provided feedback and information to stakeholders and the executing agency (EA).
During Project Implementation During project implementation the CSWTs, int he form of city coordinating committees, will continue to play an important part by providing recommendations to the city government's concerning the planning and design of proposed sanitation projects, particularly regarding the selection of community-based sanitation components. In Indonesia, NGOs have historically played an important part in providing community infrastructure and the Project will involved such organizations from the start, particularly in the planning and implementation of community-based sanitation projects.
Responsible ADB Officer Paulus B. van Klaveren
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Urban Development and Water Division, SERD
Concept Clearance 01 Oct 2009
Fact-finding 18 May 2009 to 28 May 2009
Appraisal 07 Dec 2009 to 19 Dec 2009
Board Approval 19 Jul 2010
Loan No. Approval Signing Effectivity Original Revised Actual
2654-INO 19 Jul 10 21 Sep 10 22 Nov 10 30 Jun 15 - -

Financing Plan Top Loan Utilization
  TOTAL ( Amount in US$ million)
Project Cost 35.00
ADB 35.00
Counterpart 0.00
Cofinancing 0.00
Date ADB OTHERS Net Percentage
Cumulative Contract Awards
25 Aug 2015 24.312 69%
Cumulative Disbursements
25 Aug 2015 20.470 58%
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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