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Capacity Development for Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project :  Indonesia

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TA Name Capacity Development for Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project
Country Indonesia
TA Number 7562
Project Number 39071- 04
Source of Funding/Amount[Approved]
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$500,000
Australian Grant US$1.00  million
Thematic Classification Environmental Sustainability
Economic growth
Social Development
Description The MSMHP will aim to reduce environmental pollution of surface water and allow shallow groundwater in Kota Medan and Kota Yogyakarta; hence, improved quality of life and health for the respective populations in these cities.
Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy City sanitation strategies (CSS) were prepared in 2007 by city sanitation working groups (CSWG) in Medan, Yogyakarta and Makassar. Each illustrates priority areas in sanitation services and public health, and contains an investment plan listing a number of subprojects with possible budget allocations. The CSS also revealed that more strategic sanitation planning is needed in each city, especially in the area of wastewater management, strategy and program.
Outcome Progress Toward Outcome
Strengthened institutional and capacity of responsible agencies in sanitation management and health in Medan, Yogyakarta and Makassar This will be achieved within 2012 when the city sanitation strategy is updated in the three cities.
Outputs and Timeframe Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities and Issues)
1. Improved delivery of community-based sanitation initiatives
2. Improved operation and management of sewerage infrastructure
3. Strengthened institutions in environmental sanitation management
* Community-based sanitation systems construction after care and management improvement has progressed on existing systems in Yogyakarta and Makassar.

* The financial operational performance improvement campaigns in Medan are successful and most likely the tariff will be increased in 2012, to cover operation and maintenance. In the case of Yogyakarta, it will need an agreement between the city and Kabupaten to allow for a tariff increase.

* Each city has prepared a local institutional and development action plan (LIDAP).
Geographical Location The CDTA will be implemented in three metropolitan cities of Kota Medan, Kota Yogyakarta (including neighboring Kabupaten Sieman and Kabupaten Bantul), and Kota Makassar
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects The TA complements the proposed MSMHP loan, which aims to reduce environmental pollution of surface water and shallow groundwater in Medan and Yogyakarta through loan financing for improved wastewater services in these participating cities.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation and Consultation
During Project Design The TA was prepared together with Loan 2654-INO. The City Sanitation Strategy for each city (Medan, Yogyakarta and Makassar) were prepared in 2007 through a consultative process with ministry officials, city and subdistrict governments, local leaders, communities, and key informants.
During Project Implementation The TA consultant team, with the MSMHP consultants will work with respective agencies on the implementatin, monitoring, evaluation and annual updating of the city sanitation strategies (as needed) and plans including (i) community awareness programs for improved sanitation and public health campaigns (CA/PH); (ii) financial and operational performance improvement plan (FOPIP) for agencies responsible for wastewater management; and (iii) local institutional development action plan (LIDAP) for sanitation. Key stakeholders will include: Ministry officials, city and subdistrict governments, local leaders, communities, and key informants.
Responsible ADB Officer Javier Coloma Brotons
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Urban Development and Water Division, SERD
Timetable
Concept Clearance 30 Mar 2010
Fact-finding 18 May 2009 to 28 May 2009
Approval 19 Jul 2010
Financing Plan / TA Utilization Top TA Amount
ADB Others Gov Total Approved Amount Revised Amount
$500,000.00 $0.00 $150,000.00 $650,000.00 $1,500,000.00 $0.00
 Total Commitment Uncommited Balance Total Disbursement Undisbursed Balance
$1,345,052.00 $154,948.00 $634,508.12 $865,491.88
2008 Asian Development Bank

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