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APRIL 2021
This report is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development
(USAID). The contents of this report are the sole responsibility of DAI Global, LLC and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or
the United States Government.
QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 19
USAID IUWASH PLUS
PENYEHATAN LINGKUNGAN UNTUK SEMUA (IUWASH PLUS)
USAID INDONESIA URBAN WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
PENYEHATAN LINGKUNGAN UNTUK SEMUA (IUWASH PLUS)
QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 19 JANUARY–MARCH 2021
CONTRACT NO. AID-497-TO-16-00003
Project Title: USAID IUWASH PLUS: Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and
Hygiene Penyehatan Lingkungan untuk Semua
Sponsoring USAID Office: USAID/Indonesia Office of Environment
Contract Number: AID-497-TO-16-00003
Author: DAI Global, LLC
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COVER STORY
The 2021 World Water Day Celebration: What Does Water Mean to You?
To celebrate the 2021 World Water Day, USAID
IUWASH PLUS organized an online talk show on
“What Does Water Mean to You?” on March 19,
2021.
Ministry of National Development
Planning/National Development Planning Agency,
Environment Office of USAID Indonesia, Mr.
Matthew Burton, opened the event. The guest
speakers of the talk show were Indonesia’s
Sustainable Development Goals Ambassador and
the President’s Special Staff, Mr. Billy Mambrasar; the Intermediate Planner of the Ministry of
National Development Planning/National Development Planning Agency, Ms. Aisyah Nasution; and
the Sanitarian from Puskesmas Tebet Timur, Ms. Umami, as the guest speakers.
For nearly two hours, they highlighted the current water issues, improved and safely managed water
in Indonesia, and programs to improve community’s water access with the participants, who were
mainly journalists and public influencers.
“We need safe water to live a healthy and productive life,” said Mr. Matthew Burton when delivering
a speech. He also reminded that lack of or limited access to water will bring deteriorating impacts to
the communities, such as diarrhea in children. Diarrhea is known as one of the leading causes of
death among children.
Similarly, Ms. Tri Dewi Virgiyanti, explained that the Indonesian government has several programs to
achieve 100% access to improved water access and 15% safe water, such as community-based water
for rural, urban water, financing scheme, and water safety plan. Ms. Tri Dewi Virgiyanti also
requested the public influencers and journalists to educate the communities on the importance of
water treatment, conservation, and protection to achieve the water access targets.
In addition, Mr. Billy Mambrasar hopes that the government will impose strict rules to the private
sector and communities who dispose of untreated waste to the environment. He also hopes there is
cooperation between government and the private sector for advancing water technologies and
incentives for the companies that have implemented the technology.
The talk show was also broadcasted on USAID IUWASH PLUS YouTube channel and generated 144
views and 2.2K impressions.
Ambassador and the President’s Special Staff, Mr. Billy
Mambrasar, sharing his hopes for protecting water.
USAID IUWASH PLUS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
COVER STORY .......................................................................................................................................................... ii
2 STORIES FROM THE FIELD ........................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 STORY FROM NORTH SUMATRA .............................................................................................. 4
2.2 STORY FROM WEST JAVA, DKI JAKARTA, TANGERANG ..................................................... 5
2.3 STORY FROM CENTRAL JAVA .................................................................................................... 6
2.4 STORY FROM EAST JAVA ............................................................................................................. 7
2.5 STORY FROM SOUTH SULAWESI AND EASTERN INDONESIA ........................................... 8
3 HIGH LEVEL RESULTS AND COMPONENT LEVEL PROGRESS ....................................................... 9
3.1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 9
PERFORMANCE PROGRESS ....................................................................................................... 22
PROGRESS ..................................................................................................................................... 52
AND COMMUNICATION PROGRES ........................................................................................ 63
3.7 LOCAL SUSTAINABILITY AND INNOVATION COMPONENT (LSIC) ............................... 83
3.8 GENDER PROGRAMMING PROGRESS ..................................................................................... 85
4 REGIONAL PROGRESS ................................................................................................................................. 89
4.1 NORTH SUMATRA ...................................................................................................................... 89
4.3 CENTRAL JAVA .......................................................................................................................... 105
4.4 EAST JAVA .................................................................................................................................. 112
5 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT .................................................................................................................... 124
5.1 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................... 124
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5.2 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION......................................................... 124
5.4 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ......................................................................................... 132
6 PROJECT MONITORING & EVALUATION ........................................................................................ 137
6.1 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENT OF AMEP OUTCOMES BY REGION, STATUS MID YEAR
OF PY5, MARCH 2021 ............................................................................................................... 138
6.2 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENT FOR THE USAID-SECO CO-FUNDING PARTNERSHIP OF
AMEP OUTCOMES BY REGION, STATUS MID OF PY5, MARCH 2021 ............................ 148
ANNEX .................................................................................................................................................................... 152
ANNEX 1: COMPLETION DATE OF PARTICIPATORY M&E, KEY RESULTS AND NEXT PROCESS
FOR ALL DISTRICTS/CITIES ..................................................................................................... 152
ANNEX 2: PROGRESS ESTABLISHMENT OF CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT MECHANISM (CEM) ........... 156
ANNEX 3: LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICES SECURING/ALLOCATING FINANCING FOR
COMMUNAL/HOUSEHOLD SYSTEMS AS OF MARCH 2021 ............................................. 160
ANNEX 4: MEDIA MONITORING ANALYSIS AND COVERAGE ON ACTIVITIES IN USAID IUWASH
PLUS REGIONS IN JANUARY–MARCH 2021 ........................................................................ 173
ANNEX 5: USAID-SECO PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK ANALYSIS .............. 176
ANNEX 6: NUMBER OF PEOPLE TRAINED IN IUWASH PLUS TRAINING ACTIVITIES (OUTCOME
T1) ................................................................................................................................................ 180
ANNEX 7: TRAINING, WORKSHOP AND SEMINAR ACTIVITIES OF SECOND QUARTER OF FIFTH
PROGRAM YEAR (JANUARY-MARCH 2021) ....................................................................... 182
ANNEX 8: NUMBER OF PEOPLE TRAINED TO ADVANCE GENDER EQUITY AND FEMALE
EMPOWERMENT (OUTCOME T2) ......................................................................................... 203
ANNEX 9: GENDER TRAINING REPORT OF SECOND QUARTER OF FIFTH PROGRAM YEAR
(JANUARY-MARCH 2021) ........................................................................................................ 205
ANNEX 10: NUMBER OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICE (BDS) FIRMS ACCESSIBLE TO
TARGETED AREAS (OUTCOME C1C) .................................................................................. 206
ANNEX 11: SUMMARY OF COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISES WITH IMPROVED WASH PRODUCT OR
SERVICE OFFERINGS (OUTCOME C1D) AND NUMBER TOILET AND SEPTIC TANK
SYSTEM SOLD (OUTCOME C1G) .......................................................................................... 209
ANNEX 12: NUMBER OF WASH COMMUNITY PLAN ADOPTED (OUTCOME C1F) ....................... 259
ANNEX 13: SUMMARY PROCESS OF SPRING VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT AND ACTION PLAN
(OUTCOME C2B) ...................................................................................................................... 271
ANNEX 14: SUMMARY OF NUMBER OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS, UTILITIES,
AND/OR ENTERPRISES SECURING FINANCE FOR SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENTS
(OUTCOME C3A), NUMBER OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ESTABLISHED WITH
IUWASH PLUS SUPPORT (OUTCOME C3B), AMOUNT OF FUNDING LEVERAGED
THROUGH WASH FINANCING SUPPORT (OUTCOME C3F) ......................................... 275
ANNEX 15: NUMBER OF WASH KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTS DEVELOPED (OUTCOME C4B) ....... 295
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ANNEX 16: NUMBER OF WASH KNOWLEDGE EVENTS OR WORKSHOP HELD
(OUTCOME C4C)...................................................................................................................... 297
ANNEX 17: NUMBER OF PEOPLE WITH INCREASED KNOWLEDGE/ SKILL/ AWARENESS AS A
RESULT OF EVENTS/ WORKSHOPS (OUTCOME C4D) .................................................... 299
ANNEX 18: USAID-SECO PARTNERSHIP – NUMBER OF STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
ARE DEVELOPED, APPROVED, AND IMPLEMENTED ACROSS 7 PDAMS
(OUTCOME SP6) ....................................................................................................................... 301
ANNEX 19: USAID-SECO PARTNERSHIP – DETAIL OF PDAM STAFF TRAINED IN NRW, EE AND
OTHER TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL TOPICS OF PLANNING, OPERATION
AND MONITORING (OUTCOME SP7) ................................................................................. 302
ANNEX 20: USAID-SECO PARTNERSHIP – NUMBER OF PDAM STAFF TRAINED IN NRW, EE AND
OTHER TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL TOPICS OF PLANNING, OPERATION
AND MONITORING (OUTCOME SP7) ................................................................................. 304
ANNEX 21: USAID-SECO PARTNERSHIP – NUMBER OF PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT ACTION
PLANS (PIAP) IMPLEMENTED ACROSS 7 PDAMS (SP8) ...................................................... 305
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LIST OF EXHIBITS
Exhibit 2. The Urban WASH Ecosystem .............................................................................................................. 2
Exhibit 3. Key WASH Stakeholders ....................................................................................................................... 9
Exhibit 4. Key Component 1 Partnerships this Quarter ................................................................................. 10
Exhibit 5. Highlights of Community-level Activities from Each Region ....................................................... 13
Exhibit 6. SanMark Process Flow Chart .............................................................................................................. 14
Exhibit 7. Cities with Sanitation Market Maps ................................................................................................... 16
Exhibit 8. Key Component 2 Partnerships for PY5 .......................................................................................... 23
Exhibit 9. Overlapping Locations between PBG NUWAS and USAID IUWASH PLUS ......................... 24
Exhibit 10. Fulfilment of readiness criteria of NUWAS PBG ......................................................................... 24
Exhibit 11. Progress of capacity building of NRW reduction program ....................................................... 26
Exhibit 12. Target of NRW reduction ................................................................................................................. 27
Exhibit 13. Target of energy efficiency program ............................................................................................... 27
Exhibit 14. Progress of capacity building in energy efficiency program ....................................................... 28
Exhibit 15. Support Water Hibah Program 2021 ............................................................................................. 28
Exhibit 16. Progress activities for RPAM implementation in 3 PDAMs ....................................................... 30
Exhibit 17. PDAMs receiving business-planning support ................................................................................. 32
Exhibit 18. PDAMs receiving tariff adjustment support .................................................................................. 33
Exhibit 19. PDAMs Receiving GIS Program Support ........................................................................................ 34
Exhibit 20. Status of LLTT/LLTTT Implementation in USAID IUWASH PLUS Locations ...................... 35
Exhibit 21. Facilitation of Preparing SOPs Wastewater Management .......................................................... 35
Exhibit 22. IPLT Conditions ................................................................................................................................... 39
Exhibit 23. Process in the dewatering unit ......................................................................................................... 40
Exhibit 24. Summary of LSIC Engaging Private Desludging Companies
to Increase Safely Managed ................................................................................................................ 41
Exhibit 25. Progress construction of upgrading septic tank ........................................................................... 43
Exhibit 26. List of cross boundary meeting ....................................................................................................... 43
Exhibit 27. UPTD PAL Using MIS for Desludging Services ............................................................................. 44
Exhibit 28. UPTD PAL with Septic Tank Data Collection .............................................................................. 45
Exhibit 29. Completed Regulations ...................................................................................................................... 46
Exhibit 30. Local governments’ responses to WASH Iidices ......................................................................... 47
Exhibit 31. Sanitation Regulatory Ladder ............................................................................................................ 48
Exhibit 32. Collaboration with Partners for WASH Financing ...................................................................... 53
Exhibit 33. Strengthening the Enabling Environment for WASH Financing Progress
as of March 2021 .................................................................................................................................. 55
Exhibit 34. Capital Expenditure Finance for WASH Progress as of Marh 2021 ........................................ 57
Exhibit 35. Technical Assistance to Key Financing Facilities Progress as of March 2021 ........................ 60
Exhibit 36. Microfinance Program Progress as of March 2021 ...................................................................... 60
Exhibit 37. Policy Recommendation for WASH Microfinance Development ............................................ 62
Exhibit 38. Key Component 4 Partnerships for this Quarter ........................................................................ 64
Exhibit 39. Update on the Activity’s Communication Metrics in This Quarter ........................................ 68
Exhibit 40. Leveraging for 2019, 2020 and 2021 (in million US$) ................................................................. 74
Exhibit 41. Update meetings for PBG program ................................................................................................. 74
Exhibit 42. Status Critical Readiness Criteria for PBG program ................................................................... 74
Exhibit 43. Main Partnerships for SECO-USAID co-funding program ......................................................... 75
Exhibit 44. Progress this quarter for illegal connection survey ..................................................................... 75
Exhibit 45. Baseline Energy Efficiency for 4 PDAMs ......................................................................................... 79
Exhibit 46. Details Business Plan C training for 11 PDAMs ........................................................................... 81
Exhibit 47. Summary of progress status of PIAP ............................................................................................... 82
Exhibit 48. Several Updates of LSIC Activities in This Quarter .................................................................... 84
Exhibit 49. Progress on PPRG (Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting)
during January–March 2021 ............................................................................................................... 86
Exhibit 50. Key NSRO Activities Progress with Community and Household, .......................................... 90
Exhibit 51. Key WJDT Activities Progress with Community and Household, Private Sector,
and Government Stakeholders ...................................................................................................... 101
Exhibit 52. Key CJRO Activities Progress with Community and Household, Private Sector,
and Government Stakeholders ...................................................................................................... 108
Exhibit 53. Key EJRO Activities Progress with Community and Household, Private Sector,
and Government Stakeholders ...................................................................................................... 114
Exhibit 54. Key SSEI Activities Progress with Community and Household, Private Sector,
and Government Stakeholders ...................................................................................................... 119
Exhibit 55. EMMP Status: Dec 2020 .................................................................................................................. 134
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ACRONYMS
3M Memakai Masker, Menjaga Jarak, Mencuci Tangan Pakai Sabun /Wearing
Mask, Physical Distancing, Washing Hands with Soap
3MPlus Memakai Masker, Menjaga Jarak, Mencuci Tangan Pakai Sabun Plus Akses Air
Minum dan Sanitasi Aman/Wearing Mask, Physical Distancing, Washing
Hands with Soap plus Access to Safely Managed Water and Sanitation
ABDSI Asosiasi BDS Indonesia/Indonesia’s Business Development Service
Association
AM & PLP Air Minum dan Penyehatan Lingkungan Permukiman/Water and Human
Settlements Sanitation
APBD Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Daerah/Local Government Budget
APBD-P Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Daerah Perubahan/Amended Local
Government Budget
ARG Anggaran Responsif Gender/Gender Responsive Budget
ASN Aparatur Sipil Negara/Civil Servant
BAST Berita Acara Serah Terima/Handover Report
B2B Business-to-Business
B40 Bottom 40% of the population in terms of wealth
BABS Buang Air Besar Sembarangan/Open Defecation (OD)
BAIK Koperasi Syariah Baytul Ikhtiyar/ Baytul Ikhtiyar Sharia Cooperative
Bappeda Badan Perencanaan dan Pembangunan Daerah/Regional Development
Planning Agency
Planning Agency
Daerah/Regional Research and Development Agency
BAZNAS Badan Amil Zakat Nasional/the National Zakat Board
BC Behavior Change
BHS Bakti Huria Syariah/name of a syaria cooperative
BKAD Badan Keuangan dan Aset Daerah/Regional Agency for Finance and Asset
BKM Badan Keswadayaan Masyarakat/Community Empowerment Body
BLUD Badan Layanan Umum Daerah/Regional Public Service Agency
BMPS Badan Musyawarah Perguruan Swasta/Deliberative Body for Private School
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BNBA By Name By Address
BOK Bantuan Operasional Kesehatan/Health Operational Fund
BOQ Bill of Quantities
BPKAD Badan Pengelolaan Keuangan dan Aset Daerah/Agency for Regional Financial
and Asset Management
BPR NBP Bank Perkreditan Rakyat Nusantara Bona Pasogit/Nusantara Bona Pasogit
Rural Bank
BPRS Bank Perkreditan Rakyat Syariah/Syaria rural bank
BPRS HIK Bank Perkreditan Rakyat Harta Insan Kharimah/ Harta Insan Kharimah
Rurau Bank
BPSPAM Badan Pengelola Sistem Penyediaan Air Minum/Agency for Water Supply
System Management
Improving the Implementation of Water Supply System
BPSDM Badan Pengembangan Sumber Daya Manusia/Human Resources
Development Agency
BTAM Balai Teknologi Air Minum/Agency for Water Technology
BTAMS Balai Teknik Air Minum dan Sanitasi/Technical Center for Water Supply and
Sanitation
CapEx Capital Expenditure
CB Capacity Building
CBO Community-based Organization/KSM
CJRO Central Java Regional Office
CEMSED UKSW Centre for Micro and Small Enterprise Dynamics, Universitas Kristen
Satya Wacana
COR Contracting Officer’s Representative
CPMU Central Project Management Unit
CPPS UGM Center for Population and Policy Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada
CSR Corporate Social Responsibility
DAI Development Alternatives, Inc
DAK Dana Alokasi Khusus/Special Allocation Budget
DAM Direktorat Air Minum/Water Supply Directorate
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DAU Dana Alokasi Umum/General Allocation Budget
DCOP Deputy Chief of Party
DED Detailed Engineering Design
DMA District Metered Area
Empowerment and Child Protection
DPRKP Dinas Perumahan Rakyat dan Kawasan Permukiman/Office for People’s
Housing and Settlement
Dinas PPP Dinas Perumahan, Permukiman, dan Pemakaman/the Office of Housing,
Settlement, and Cemetery
Dinas LHK/DLHK Dinas Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan/Environment and Forestry Office
Dinas PKP2R Dinas Perumahan, Kawasan Permukiman, dan Penataan Ruang/Housing
Settlement, and Spatial Planning Office
Dinas PKPCK Dinas Perumahan, Kawasan Permukiman, dan Cipta Karya/Office for Housing
and Settlement
Dinas PMD Dinas Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Desa/ Office of Community Village
Empowerment
Dinas PU Dinas Pekerjaan Umum
Dinas PUPR/PUTR Dinas Pekerjaan Umum dan Penataan Ruang/Office for Public Works and
Spatial Planning Office
Settlement, and Spatial Planning Office
Disrumkim/Dinas Rumkim Dinas Perumahan dan Permukiman/Housing and Settlement Office
Dinas Kominfo/ Dinas Komunikasi dan Informatika/Communication and Informatics Office
Diskominfo
Settlements’ Sanitation
DPKAD Dinas Pengelolaan Keuangan dan Aset Daerah/Office for Financial and
Regional Asset Management
DPKPP Dinas Perumahan, Kawasan Permukiman, dan Pertanahan/Housing,
Settlement, and Land Affairs Office
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DPMD Dinas Pemberdayaan Masyarakat dan Desa/Office for Community and
Village Empowerment
DPRD Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah/Regional Parliamentary
DPUPR/DPUTR Dinas Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat/Office of Public Works and
Housing
of Public Works, Housing and Human Settlement
DSDA Dinas Sumber Daya Air/Water Resources Office
EE Energy Efficiency
ENV. Environment
ERF Environmental Review Form
ERR Environmental Review Report
FCR Full Cost Recovery
FGD Focus Group Discussion
FORKAMI Forum Peduli Kualitas Air, Limbah dan Lingkungan/Water, Waste and
Environment Quality Forum
Wastewater Operators
G2G Government to Government
GAP Gender Analysis Pathway
GEBRAK PAK KUMIS Gerakan Bersama Rakyat Atasi Kawasan Padat, Kumuh, dan Miskin/A
Movement with supports from Community to Reduce Densely Populated,
Slum, and Poor Areas
GHG Green House Gas
GIS Geographical Information System
Health Association
HH Household
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HR Human Resources
HWWS Handwashing with Soap
IDR Indonesian Rupiah
IUWASH PLUS Indonesia Urban Water Sanitation and Hygiene Penyehatan Lingkungan
untuk Semua
JUKNIS Petunjuk Teknis/Technical Guideline
Kemendes Kementerian Desa, Pembangunan Daerah Tertinggal, dan
Transmigrasi/Ministry of Village, Development of Disadvantaged Region,
and Transmigration
Partnership for Infrastructure
and Forestry
Plan
and Action Plan
KPP Kelompok Pengguna dan Pemanfaat/Community User Group
KPSPAMS Kelompok Pengola Sarana Penyediaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi/Caretaker
Group for Water Supply and Sanitation Facility
KUR Kredit Usaha Rakyat/Working Capital Microcredit
KSPPS Koperasi Simpan Pinjam dan Pembiayaan Syariah/Saving and Loan, and Sharia
Microfinance Cooperative
LG Local Government
LKM Lembaga Keuangan Mikro/Microfinance Institution
LKM Lembaga Keswadayaan Masyarakat/Community Empowerment Agency
LPPM USU Lembaga Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat Universitas Sumatra
Utara/Community Service Agency of North Sumatra
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LTTA Long Term Technical Assistance
LLTT/L2T2 Layanan Lumpur Tinja Terjadwal/Regular Desludging Service
LLTTT/L2T3 Layanan Lumpur Tinja Tidak Terjadwal/Unscheduled Desludging Service
LPS Liter per Second
LSM Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat
M&E Monitoring and Evaluation
MA Mata Air/Spring
MBR Masyarakat Berpenghasilan Rendah/Low Income Communities
MBS Market Based Sanitation
MEGA M&E and GIS Associate
MFI Microfinance Institution
MSC Most Significant Change
MOF Ministry of Finance
MOH Ministry of Health
Monev Monitoring and Evaluation
MOU Memorandum of Understanding
Transmigration
NDC Negative Determination with Condition
NGO Non-Governmental Organization
NRW Non-Revenue Water
NUWSP National Urban Water Supply Project
NUWAS National Urban Water Supply
ODF Open Defecation Free
OPD Organisasi Perangkat Daerah/Local Government Working Unit
OPEX Operating Expenditure
P3MD Program Pembangunan dan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Desa/Program on
Rural Community Development and Empowerment
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PALD Pengelolaan Air Limbah Domestik/Domestic Wastewater Management
PBG/AMBK Performance Based/Air Minum Berbasis Kinerja Grant
PD PAL Perusahaan Daerah Pengelolaan Air Limbah
PDAB Perusahaan Daerah Air Bersih/Regional Water Company
PDAM/ Perumda/ Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum/Municipal Drinking Water Company
Perumdam
Permendagri Peraturan Menteri Dalam Negeri/Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs
Permen PUPR Peraturan Menteri Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat/Regulation of the
Minister of Public Works and Housing
Perpres Peraturan Presiden/Presiden Regulation
Indonesian Water Supply Companies
Perwal/Perwali Peraturan Walikota/Mayor Regulation
PIC Person in Charge
PIU Project Implementation Unit
PKM Puskemas/Community Health Centre
Government
PKS Perjanjian Kerja Sama/Cooperation Agreement
PMP Penyertaan Modal Pemerintah Daerah/Equity Participation
POT Pelayanan Online Terpadu/Integrated Online Service
Posyandu Pos Pelayanan Terpadu/Integrated Health Post
Pokja AMPL/PPAS/PPKP Kelompok Kerja Air Minum dan Penyehatan Lingkungan/Perumahan, Kawasan
Permukiman/ Perumahan, Permukiman, Air Minum, dan Sanitasi /Working
Group for Water Supply and Sanitation/Housing and Settlement/ Housing,
Settlement, Water, and Sanitation
PSA Public Service Announcement
PPE Personal Protective Equipment
PPP Public Private Partnership
Budgeting
PSKK UGM Pusat Studi Kependudukan dan Kebijakan Universitas Gadjah Mada/
Demography and Policy Study Center of University Gajah Mada
University to carry out the study
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PSPAM Pengembangan Sistem Penyediaan Air Minum/Water Supply System
Development
Puskesmas Pusat Kesehatan Masyarakat/Community Health Center
PY1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Project Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
QPR Quarterly Progress Report
Renstra Rencana Strategis/Strategic Plan
RISPAM Rencana Induk Pengembangan Sistem Air Minum/Master Plan for Water
Supply System Development
RM Regional Manager
RPJMN Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional/National Medium Term
Development Plan
sAAIG Sanitation Australia-Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative Grants
SAKETAP Standar Akuntansi Keuangan untuk Entitas Tanpa Akuntabilitas
Publik/Accounting
SEC Specific Energy Consumption
SK Surat Keputusan/Decision Letter
SMI Sarana Multi Infrastruktur
SMP Sekolah Menengah Pertama/Junior High School
SNI Standar Nasional Indonesia/Indonesia National Standard
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SOP Standard Operating Procedures
SOW Scope of Work
Management System
Wastewater Management system
Wastewater Management System
SPPH Surat Penetapan Pemberian Hibah/A Letter of Confirmation for
Endowment
SPK Surat Perintah Kerja/Work Order
SPL Swara Panrikta Lopi/name of a radio station
STTA Short Term Technical Assistance
SSEI South Sulawesi and Eastern Indonesia
SSK Sistem Sanitasi Kabupaten/District Sanitation System
STBM Sanitasi Total Berbasis Masyarakat/Community-Based Total Sanitation
STP Septage Treatment Plant
SR Sambungan Rumah/House Connection
TAMIS Technical and Administrative Management Information System
TKPKD Tim Koordinasi Penanggulangan Kemiskinan Daerah/Regional Poverty
Alleviation Coordinating Teams
for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction
TOCOR Task Order Contracting Officer’s Representative
TOT Training of Trainer
UN United Nations
UPT PAL Unit Pelaksana Teknis Pengelolaan Air Limbah /Technical Implementing Unit
of Wastewater Management
Implementing Unit of Domestic Wastewater Management
UPTD Unit Pelaksana Teknis Daerah/Regional Technical Implementing Unit
UPTD IPALD Unit Pelaksana Teknis Daerah Instalasi Pengolahan Air Limbah
Domestic/Regional Technical Implementing Unit of Domestic Wastewater
Treatment Plant
UPTD PAL Unit Pelaksana Teknis Daerah Pengelolaan Air Limbah/Regional Technical
Implementing Unit of Wastewater Management
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UPTD PALD Unit Pelaksana Teknis Daerah Pengelolaan Air Limbah Domestik/Regional
Technical Implementing Unit of Domestic Wastewater Management
USAID U.S. Agency for International Development
USDP the Urban Sanitation Development Program
USG U.S. Government
WE WASH Entrepreneur
WOSOSUKA Regional raw water supply program comprising Wonogiri, Sukoharjo,
Surakarta and Karanganyar
WSP Water Safety Plan
WTP Water Treatment Plant
WWD World Water Day
WWTP Wastewater Treatment Plant
YLHS Yayasan Lingkungan Hidup Seloliman
YPTD Yayasan Pendidikan Tirta Dharma
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY RINGKASAN EKSEKUTIF
and Hygiene, Penyehatan Lingkungan Untuk
Semua (IUWASH PLUS) program is a five year-
and-eight-month initiative designed to assist the
Government of Indonesia (GOI) in increasing
access to water supply and sanitation services as
well as improving key hygiene behaviors among
urban poor and vulnerable populations. USAID
IUWASH PLUS works with governmental
agencies, the private sector, NGOs, communities
and others to achieve the following "high level"
results:
areas with access to improved water supply
service quality, of which at least 500,000 are
from the poorest 40% of the population (also
referred to as the “Bottom 40%” or “B40”),
vulnerable groups or Indonesia’s eastern
provinces; and
with access to safely managed sanitation.
To ensure that improvements in access to
WASH services are sustained, USAID IUWASH
PLUS is guided by a development hypothesis that
focuses on strengthening service delivery
systems, so they can more effectively reach the
poorest and most vulnerable segments of the
population. In order to achieve this at scale, the
program undertakes activities through four
interrelated components, including:
performance;
sebuah inisiatif untuk periode lima tahun delapan
bulan yang dirancang untuk mendukung
Pemerintah Indonesia dalam meningkatkan akses
layanan air minum dan sanitasi, serta perbaikan
perilaku higiene bagi masyarakat kurang mampu
dan kelompok rentan di perkotaan. USAID
IUWASH PLUS bekerja sama dengan instansi
pemerintah, pihak swasta, LSM, kelompok
masyarakat, lembaga donor, dan mitra lainnya
untuk mencapai “hasil utama” berikut ini:
1. Penambahan 1.100.000 penduduk perkotaan
yang mendapatkan akses kualitas layanan air
minum yang lebih baik, di mana sedikitnya
500.000 orang di antaranya adalah penduduk
dari kelompok yang berada dalam 40% tingkat
kesejahteraan terendah dari total populasi
(juga dikenal dengan istilah “terbawah 40%”
atau “B40”), kelompok rentan, atau provinsi
timur Indonesia; dan
yang mendapatkan akses sanitasi yang dikelola
secara aman.
pembangunan yang difokuskan pada penguatan
sistem layanan, sehingga dapat lebih efektif
menjangkau masyarakat termiskin dan kelompok
paling rentan. Untuk mencapai itu, program ini
melakukan kegiatan melalui empat komponen
yang saling terkait, yaitu:
tingkat rumah tangga;
WASH di tingkat kota;
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3) strengthening the WASH financing
environment; and
coordination and communication.
Sustainability and Innovation Component (LSIC)
that is designed to stimulate WASH innovations
that strengthen community, private sector and
government WASH service provision.
WASH; dan
komunikasi sektor WASH nasional.
Untuk mendukung komponen-komponen itu
Lokal (LSIC) yang dirancang untuk merangsang
inovasi di sektor WASH sekaligus memperkuat
penyediaan layanan WASH di masyarakat, sektor
swasta dan pemerintah.
During this reporting period, and under the
theme of the project’s fifth year of operation
(referred to as Project Year 5 or “PY5”) of
“Sustaining the Journey to Self-Reliance
beyond USAID IUWASH PLUS”, USAID
IUWASH PLUS continued to expand its work
and results at the local level, while continuing to
inform and strengthen the capacity of its national
partners. Although much program data is only
reported on annually (as in the recently
submitted Annual Report 4), the project did
continue to engage earnestly in training activities
that yielded a total of 5,650 people trained, with
women accounting for 46% of all training
participants.
284 people were trained in various gender
sessions in the USAID IUWASH PLUS training
activities, 59.15% of which were women. Detailed
information on the training activities is described
in Annex 1–4.
IUWASH PLUS still struggle with unpredictable
impact of COVID-19 pandemic both USAID
IUWASH PLUS operations, as well as those of its
many partners USAID IUWASH PLUS. The
Management Teams continued to limit occupancy
of the National and WJDT offices to 50% as per
Jakarta governmental regulations and provide a
shuttle service for such staff thereby limiting their
Dalam periode pelaporan ini, dan sesuai tema
pelaksanaan proyek tahun kelima (disebut sebagai
“PY5 ”) “Membangun Ketahanan Diri
kegiatan dan hasilnya di tingkat lokal, sambil terus
memberikan informasi dan memperkuat kapasitas
mitra nasionalnya. Meskipun banyak data program
hanya dilaporkan setiap tahun (seperti dalam
Laporan Tahunan ke-4 yang belum lama ini
diserahkan), proyek ini terus terlibat dengan
sungguh-sungguh dalam kegiatan pelatihan yang
telah menghasilkan total 5.650 orang yang dilatih,
di mana 46% di antaranya adalah perempuan.
Untuk
dalam berbagai sesi gender pada kegiatan
pelatihan USAID IUWASH PLUS, di mana 59.15%
di antaranya adalah perempuan. Informasi
terperinci mengenai kegiatan pelatihan dijelaskan
dalam Lampiran 1–4.
tak terduga dari pandemi COVID-19, baik dalam
hal operasional USAID IUWASH PLUS maupun
kegiatan dengan banyak mitra USAID IUWASH
PLUS. Tim Manajemen terus membatasi okupansi
kantor nasional dan WJDT hingga 50% sesuai
dengan peraturan Pemerintah DKI Jakarta dan
menyediakan layanan antar jemput bagi staf,
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potential exposure to the disease. All the other
regional offices were started to operate full
occupancy. Regarding the travel policy, the
Management Team started to allow travel among
the regions up to 10 days per month (and for
which approval authority was extended to those
designated as Senior Managers, as well as
applicable GOI) and airline regulations regarding
rapid Antigen and PCR testing.
sehingga membatasi potensi mereka terpapar
penyakit tersebut. Semua kantor regional lainnya
mulai beroperasi dengan tingkat okupansi penuh.
Mengenai kebijakan perjalanan, tim Manajemen
mulai mengizinkan perjalanan antar wilayah hingga
10 hari per bulan (kewenangan untuk
memberikan persetujuan izin perjalanan
penerbangan tentang tes cepat Antigen dan PCR.
Key Programmatic Highlights: Organized
highlights during the course of the reporting
period included:
sorotan selama periode peliputan ini meliputi
program:
HWWS campaigns, the promotion of
behavior change through creative media,
capacity building for WASH promotors and
participated in World Water Day 2021;
• As one of the programmatic approach, the
Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation
around WASH behaviors in targeted hotspots
locations. The progress made this quarter
were 1) adoption of the Participatory M&E
approach by multiple LG partners; 2)
Replication of Participatory M&E to multiple
Kelurahan; 3) Support of the Tim Monev in
STBM monitoring, including through the use
of mWater; 4) Adoption of local RKM (and
budgets) by multiple jurisdictions; and 5)
Formalization of the role of Tim Monev by a
range of LG agencies;
distribute the print materials, integrating
HWWS promotion into a variety of
community events through Posyandu events
• Mendukung pelaksanaan program STBM
4, kampanye CTPS, promosi perubahan
perilaku menggunakan media kreatif,
dan berpartisipasi dalam Hari Air Sedunia
2021;
baru tentang perilaku WASH di lokasi hotspot
yang menjadi target. Perkembangan yang
terjadi pada triwulan ini adalah 1) adopsi
pendekatan monev partisipatif oleh banyak
pemerintah daerah mitra; 2) replikasi monev
partisipatif di banyak kelurahan; 3) mendukung
tim monev dalam pemantauan STBM,
termasuk penggunaan mWater; 4) adopsi
RKM setempat (dan anggaran) oleh banyak
yurisdiksi; dan 5) formalisasi peran tim monev
oleh sejumlah lembaga pemerintah daerah;
• Sebagai bagian dari promosi praktik CTPS,
kunjungan rumah untuk membagikan materi
cetak, integrasi promosi CTPS dalam berbagai
acara masyarakat melalui kegiatan Posyandu,
pertemuan masyarakat, arisan, dan
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community meetings, and arisan events, and
use it through social media platforms;
• Conducted Urban WASH Promotion (UWP)
Training-Phase 2, a two-day training event
that brought together WASH Promotors
(sanitarians, health volunteers, etc.), sanitation
businesses and others involved in sanitation
marketing. The trainings were conducted in 9
cities/districts in North Sumatra, Central Java
and SSEI (Tebing Tinggi City, Deli Serdang
District, Magelang City, Makassar City, Barru
District, Ternate City, Jayapura City, and
Jayapura District);
that consisted of standing banner and
promotional brochure produced by the MFI,
BPR Amanah Bangsa in North Sumatra,
HWWS sticker produced by Keluarga
Panutan in North Sumatra and standing
banner for WASH entrepreneurs produced in
Kabupaten Barru, SSEI;
development of market maps for 25 partner
cities and districts which aid local
governments and other stakeholders in better
targeting grant programs and the activities of
MFIs and sanitation businesses;
local community savings schemes/arisan (total
33 HH have improved septic tanks); 2)
engagement of new village-owned enterprises
which are referred to as Badan Usaha Milik
Desa (BumDes); 3) continued to engage
material supply stores (Toko Bangunan) which
in some instances are able to provide
materials on a credit basis or through lay-
away programs;
pada triwulan ini;
para promotor WASH (sanitarian, kader
kesehatan, dll), pebisnis sanitasi, dan pihak
lainnya yang terlibat dalam pemasaran sanitasi.
Pelatihan ini dilakukan di 9 kabupaten/kota di
Sumatra Utara, Jawa Tengah, dan SSEI (Kota
Tebing Tinggi, Kabupaten Deli Serdang, Kota
Magelang, Kota Makassar, Kabupaten Barru,
Kota Ternate, serta Kota dan Kabupaten
Jayapura);
brosur promosi oleh LKM, BPR Amanah
Bangsa di Sumatra Utara, stiker CTPS
diproduksi oleh Keluarga Panutan di Sumatra
Utara, dan standing banner untuk pengusaha
WASH juga diproduksi di Kabupaten Barru,
SSEI;
menyelesaikan pengembangan peta pasar
membantu pemerintah daerah dan pemangku
kepentingan lainnya dalam menargetkan
sanitasi dengan lebih baik;
• Pembuatan solusi keuangan dengan
mendukung peningkatan partisipasi sektor
pembuatan skema tabungan masyarakat/arisan
bangunan, di mana beberapa dapat
menyediakan bahan bangunan melalui kredit
atau program angsuran;
kapasitas bagi pengusaha WASH dan mitra
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relevant WASH business partners such as: 1)
Conducting six (6) trainings on septic tank
construction, business management, and
platforms in North Sumatera, East Java, and
Central Java; 2) Twenty (20) new sanitation
businesses were engaged in this quarter,
leading to the sale of 296 toilets with septic
tanks; 3) Continued establishment and
strengthening of linkages between
letter signed;
promotion of sanitation business players in 5
regions, a total of 810 toilets with septic tanks
were sold (including the 296 mentioned above
from newly engaged sanitation businesses).
• USAID IUWASH PLUS works with 7 BDSs to
improve their capacity to deliver their
services in 5 regions. This quarter, the BDSs
conducted various activities such as
development module, facilitate training, direct
support to 53 sanitation entrepreneurs across
all 5 regions through mentoring and
monitoring to sanitation entrepreneurs.
CEMSED UKSW are still in preparing the
training for sanitation entrepreneurs.
Indonesia or ABDSI) to a planned training for
WASH entrepreneurs on business
COVID-19 pandemic;
activities such as: development of a national
regulation for STBM (awaiting approval from
the Minister); development of technical
guidance for the STBM program’s five (5)
usaha WASH terkait, seperti 1) melakukan
enam pelatihan tentang konstruksi tangki
septik, manajemen usaha, dan promosi melalui
platform luring dan daring di Sumatra Utara,
Jawa Timur, dan Jawa Tengah; 2) 20 pebisnis
sanitasi baru dilibatkan dalam triwulan ini dan
menghasilkan penjualan 296 toilet dengan
tangki septik; 3) melanjutkan pembuatan dan
penguatan hubungan antara pengusaha, LKM,
BazNas, sanitarian, dan pemerintah daerah
mitra; 4) satu asosiasi pengusaha dibentuk di
Kabupaten Sukoharjo dengan surat
promosi pengusaha sanitasi di lima wilayah,
total 810 toilet dengan tangki septik telah
dijual (termasuk 296 yang telah disebutkan di
atas, yang dijual oleh pengusaha sanitasi yang
baru bergabung);
untuk meningkatkan kapasitas mereka agar
dapat memberikan layanannya di lima wilayah.
Pada triwulan ini, BDS melakukan berbagai
kegiatan seperti membuat modul,
memfasilitasi pelatihan, dan memberikan
pemantauan kepada para pengusaha sanitasi.
Dari 7 BDS, hanya ITS Techno Surabaya dan
CEMSED UKSW yang masih menyiapkan
pelatihan bagi pengusaha sanitasi;
pengusaha WASH tentang manajemen usaha
dan cara bertahan di masa pandemi Covid-19;
• Terus mendukung Kemenkes dalam berbagai
kegiatan seperti: penyusunan regulasi nasional
STBM (menunggu persetujuan Menteri);
pengembangan bimbingan teknis untuk lima
(5) pilar program STBM; pengembangan
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pillars; the development of STBM verification
procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic;
provision of input for STBM monitoring
procedures, including the integration of new
indicators and the sharing of experience from
Ternate City on their monitoring experience;
and the on-going promotion of HWWS
through household visits and the distribution
of promotion materials as part of normal
operations and in response to COVID-19;
• Assisted PD PAL JAYA in DKI Jakarta to
implement digital and “business-to-business”
conducted in collaboration with a professional
marketing firm, Markplus Inc;
Serdang and continue to reinforce
mechanisms established during previous
Information Center personnel from multiple
PDAMs and wastewater management
adherence to “service excellence” criteria and
other areas related to the SOPs for such
Centers. After the training, it continued with
a mentoring to the Centers.
• Facilitated training for radio talk show
programmers and announcers to improve
their services with regard to WASH sector
promotion and which was provided to 13
radio stations
COVID-19; pemberian masukan untuk
prosedur pemantauan STBM, termasuk
pemantauannya; dan terus mempromosikan
pendistribusian materi promosi sebagai bagian
dari kegiatan normal dan respons terhadap
COVID-19;
menerapkan penjualan digital dan “business to
business” (B2B) tangki septik dan layanan
lumpur tinja. Pada triwulan ini, satu pelatihan
daring dilakukan melalui kolaborasi dengan
perusahaan pemasaran professional, Markplus
Kabupaten Deli Serdang, serta terus
menguatkan mekanisme yang telah dibangun
pada periode sebelumnya;
Layanan Umum dan Informasi dari banyak
PDAM dan pengelola air limbah tentang teknik
komunikasi dan ketaatan pada kriteria
“layanan unggulan”, serta bidang-bidang lain
yang terkait dengan SOP untuk pusat layanan
tersebut. Pelatihan dilanjutkan dengan
mentoring kepada pusat layanan;
program dan penyiar gelar wicara radio untuk
meningkatkan layanan mereka tentang
WASH Institutional Strengthening
(PBG) program for NRW and EE under
World Bank NUWSP program. Unfortunately,
PDAM Kota Probolinggo could not join the
PBG since they could not process the Perda
• Terus mendukung 5 PDAM dalam
pengembangan program Hibah Air Minum
Berbasis Kinerja (AMBK) di bawah program
NUWSP Bank Dunia untuk NRW dan EE.
Sayangnya, PDAM Kota Probolinggo tidak
dapat mengikuti hibah AMBK karena tidak
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PMPD in 2021, but they are committed to
continue the capacity building program and
will allocate funds for reducing NRW and
improving energy efficiency through their own
budget. For PBG participation, Kota
Probolinggo will prepare the Perda PMPD in
2022;
Barru PDAMs completed the majority of the
readiness criteria for PBG and PDAM Gresik
is still preparing the crucial criteria of PMPD,
still in the consultation process with DPRD.
Regarding budget under PMPD, Kota
Pematangsiantar allocated
2022), and Kabupaten Barru
PBG program. This quarter, PDAM Kota
Magelang, Sukoharjo, and Kabupaten Bogor
have completed their readiness, while PDAM
Karawang and Depok are in the process of
legalization of capital placement for PDAM
(PMPD);
this quarter were trainings on main water
meter and commercial NRW reduction. The
documents related to NRW were on
feasibility study, detailed engineering design
for main meter, tender documents, technical
specification for main water meter, and SOP
for commercial NRW reduction;
tender documents, technical specification, and
SOP for energy efficiency implementation.
These documents related to the energy audits
memiliki Perda PMPD pada tahun 2021, tapi
mereka berkomitmen untuk melanjutkan
mengalokasikan anggaran untuk menurunkan
PMPD pada tahun 2022;
kesiapan hibah AMBK. PDAM Gresik masih
menyiapkkan kriteria yang penting, yaitu
PMPD, masih dalam proses konsultasi dengan
DPRD. Terkait anggaran yang disediakan
PMPD, Kota Pematangsiantar mengalokasikan
menganggarkan Rp 1,8 miliar (2022), dan
Kabupaten Barru mengalokasikan Rp 1,5
miliar (2022);
menyiapkan kriteria kesiapan keikutsertaan
mitra di Jawa Tengah dan Jawa Barat. Pada
triwulan ini, PDAM Kota Magelang, Sukoharjo,
dan Kabupaten Bogor telah menyelesaikan
kriteria kesiapannnya. Sementara itu, PDAM
Karawang dan Depok masih dalam proses
legalisasi penyertaan modal (PMPD) untuk
PDAM;
pada triwulan ini meliputi pelatihan meter
induk air minum, dan penurunan NRW
komersil. Dokumen-dokumen yang terkait
meter induk, dan SOP untuk penurunan
NRW komersil;
Barru, Gresik, dan Kota Probolinggo untuk
menyiapkan audit energi, studi kelayakan,
dokumen tender, spesifikasi teknis, dan SOP
pelaksanaan efisiensi energi. Dokumen terkait
audit energi akan digunakan sebagai referensi
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will be used as reference for energy efficiency
program implementation for PDAM and also
basis for PBG eligibility;
Hibah CPMU and 10 PDAMs and LGs to
prepare for obtaining GOI Grant Program for
Water Supply especially in targeting the B40
populations to receive the grant;
• Completed the Study of targeting of B40
Program by GOI (under LSIC) in 10 locations
(Deli Serdang, Pematangsiantar, Tangerang,
Karawang, Sukoharjo, Surakarta, Lumajang,
collaborating with PSKK UGM. The findings of
this study are identified;
Mamminasata regional water supply in South
Sulawesi, covering Makassar, Maros, Gowa,
and Takalar. This quarter, USAID IUWASH
PLUS has completed the scope of work of the
consultant support this program. The scope
was agreed by the Directorate of Water
Supply and the recruitment process started.
The consultant will support the MPWH’s
Directorate of Water Supply in facilitating
Balai Prasarana Permukiman Wilayah and
Perseroda Regionalisasi SPAM Sulawesi
Mamminasata Regional Water System;
Plan. The mayor and head of district officially
approved the business plans. This quarter,
USAID IUWASH PLUS started to support the
development of PDAM Business Plan in
Ternate and Kota Sibolga;
(Pematangsiantar, Kabupaten Barru, Kota
pelaksanaan program efisiensi energi dan
dasar kelayakan hibah AMBK;
pemerintah daerah untuk bersiap
Pemerintah Indonesia, terutama dalam
hibah ini;
10 lokasi (Deli Serdang, Pematangsiantar,
Tangerang, Karawang, Sukoharjo, Surakarta,
Studi ini dilakukan di bawah LSIC dan melalui
kerja sama dengan PSKK UGM. Hasil studi
telah diidentifikasi;
regional Mamminasata, yang mencakup
menyelesaikan ruang lingkup pekerjaan (scope
of work) konsultan yang akan membantu
program ini. Ruang lingkup pekerjaan tersebut
telah disetujui oleh Direktorat Air Minum,
dan proses rekrutmen telah dimulai.
Konsultan akan mendukung Direktorat Air
Minum PUPR dalam memfasilitasi Balai
Prasarana Permukiman Wilayah dan
Perseroda Regionalisasi SPAM Sulawesi
SPAM Regional Mamminasata;
Sukoharjo menyelesaikan pembuatan rencana
Kota Sibolga;
terus memfasilitasi 4 PDAM (Pematang
Siantar, Kabupaten Barru, Kota Makassar dan
Kabupaten Maluku Tengah) untuk melakukan
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conduct tariff analysis and calculate the
adjustment needed to achieve full cost
recovery;
SECO team in developing the PDAM WebGIS
application, which will display the data of
pressure and water flow rate sensors in the
distribution network, so that it can be used as
a tool to support the NRW reduction
program;
Framework, continued to support three
PDAMs (Salatiga, Sidoarjo and Makassar)
through implementation training on RPAM
document preparation, coaching on
implementation, and trial of the MIS.
• Seven documents of KKMA-RA were signed
by Mayor/Head of Bappeda in Bantaeng,
Bulukumba, Probolinggo district, Malang city,
Bogor city, Medan city and Pematangsiantar
city;
cities and district of 5 regions (15 units per
location) have been completed and have been
handed over to the LG teams;
• Supported PDAM Kab Bogor to evaluate and
monitor the functions, benefits and
maintenance of 157 infiltration ponds built by
the PDAM in the catchment area of Ciburial
springs;
Tamansari and Pasirluyu Villages in Bogor
district to observe several infiltration ponds
built by PDAM Bogor district. This visit was
part of exposure to national policy makers
responsible for the sustainability of the
KKMA-RA program and mainstreaming
events as resource person of the events and
analisis tariff dan menghitung penyesuaian yang
diperlukan agar mencapai pemulihan biaya
penuh (full cost recovery);
alat untuk membantu program penurunan
NRW;
tiga PDAM (Salatiga, Sidoarjo, dan Makassar)
melalui pelaksanaan pelatihan penyiapan
dokumen RPAM, melatih pembuatan
coba MIS untuk pelaksanaan RPAM;
• Tujuh dokumen KKMA-RA ditandatangani
Bulukumba, Kabupaten Probolinggo, Kota
Pematangsiantar;
kabupaten di 5 wilayah (15 unit per lokasi)
telah dirampungkan dan diserahkan kepada
tim pemerintah daerah;
dan pemeliharaan 157 sumur resapan yang
dibangun PDAM di wilayah tangkapan mata air
Ciburial;
Tamansari dan Pasirluyu di Kabupaten Bogor
untuk melihat sumur resapan yang dibangun
PDAM Kabupaten Bogor. Kunjungan ini
merupakan bagian dari paparan kepada
pembuat kebijakan di tingkat nasional yang
bertanggung jawab terhadap keberlanjutan
program KKMA-RA dan pengarusutamaan
• USAID IUWASH PLUS berpartisipasi dalam
beberapa acara sebagai narasumber dan
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presented the topic on spring protection
program and construction of infiltration
ponds;
survey and measurement of the quantity and
quality for 8 springs in Bantaeng, Bulukumba,
Lumajang, Kab Probolinggo, Kota Malang,
Batu, Medan and Pematangsiantar;
reach stage 4 in safely managed sanitation this
quarter. This figure brings to the total of 24
LG have reached stage 4 in safely managed
sanitation ladder. The remaining are still on
stage 1, 2 and 3;
• Continued to support UPTD in development
of SOP for desludging services in 4 cities and
districts (Depok, Malang district, Bulukumba
and Bantaeng). The SOP developed were
covered technical and administrative aspect of
the domestic wastewater management;
management in Kota Jayapura, and assisted
Kabupaten Jayapura in preparation of the
roadmap of domestic wastewater
Nge-Lan-Tur on septic tank issues. USAID
IUWASH PLUS partner from Kota Magelang
(Ibu Dini, the head of Housing and Settlement
Agency) also shared her experience in
managing septic tank development in Kota
Magelang;
development of first draft of LLTT pocket
book. After the FGD, the second draft has
developed based the results of FGD. The
draft was sent to five LLTT experts and 10
selected wastewater operators for further
review;
LG of Magelang district still have no IPLT.
mempresentasikan program perlindungan
• Melanjutkan program WQQ, survei dan
pengukuran kuantitas dan kualitas 8 mata air
di Bantaeng, Bulukumba, Lumajang, Kabupaten
Probolinggo, Kota Malang, Batu, Medan, dan
Pematangsiantar;
sanitasi aman pada triwulan ini. Dengan angka
ini, total 24 pemerintah daerah telah mencapai
tangga ke-4 dalam tangga sanitasi, yaitu
sanitasi aman. Sisanya masih berada di tangga
1, 2, dan 3;
layanan lumpur tinja di 4 kota dan kabupaten
(Depok, Kabupaten Malang, Bulukumba, dan
Bantaeng). SOP yang dibuat tersebut
mencakup aspek teknis dan administratif
pengelolaan air limbah domestik;
limbah domestik di Kota Jayapura dan
membantu Kabupaten Jayapura membuat peta
jalan pengelolaan air limbah domestik;
• Berpartisipasi dalam webinar Pokja PPAS yang
dikenal dengan Nge-Lan-Tur tentang isu
tangki septik. Mitra USAID IUWASH PLUS
dari Kota Magelang (Ibu Dini, Kepala Dinas
Perumahan dan Permukiman) juga berbagi
pengalamannya dalam mengelola
• Membantu Kementerian PUPR melalui FGD
dalam pembuatan naskah pertama buku saku
LLTT. Setelah FGD, naskah kedua telah dibuat
berdasarkan hasil FGD. Naskah tersebut
dikirim ke lima ahli LLTT dan 10 operator air
limbah terpilih untuk mendapat ulasan lebih
lanjut;
hanya Pemerintah Kabupaten Magelang yang
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IPLT Wonosobo temporarily cannot be used
due to a land slide from solid waste dumping
site and LG has allocated funds to rehabilitate
the IPLT. LG of Malang district is now seeking
support from Balai East Java-MPWH to build a
new unit and to rehabilitate the existing IPLT.
The DED has been prepared by the LG and
USAID IUWASH PLUS Team supported in
advocating the need of the IPLT to the Balai.
• As part of the development of MIS/GIS
support for safely managed sanitation, USAID
IUWASH PLUS trained the operator to run
the application system in the UPTD PALD
Kota Jayapura, Kota Malang and Kota Depok
this quarter;
the development, adoption and
improve WASH services, and which has led
to the creation of 14 new regulations;
• Sanitation regulatory study has completed and
the final report has already accommodated
input from Bappenas and PUPR;
belum mempunyai IPLT. IPLT Wonosobo
untuk sementara tidak dapat digunakan karena
ada longsoran dari tempat pembuangan
sampah dan pemerintah kabupaten telah
menganggarkan rehabilitasi IPLT. Pemerintah
dari Balai Kementerian PUPR di Jawa Timur
untuk membangun unit baru dan
merehabilitasi IPLT yang ada. DED telah
disiapkan oleh pemerintah kabupaten dan tim
USAID IUWASH PLUS membantu
Balai;
menjalankan sistem aplikasi di UPTD PALD
Kota Jayapura, Kota Malang, dan Kota Depok
pada triwulan ini;
pemerintah daerah mengenai pengembangan,
adopsi, dan pelaksanaan peraturan-peraturan
dan hal ini telah menghasilkan 14 peraturan
baru;
Kementerian PUPR;
up discussion on the scaling up of the WASH
microfinance program nationally through the
policy issuance from central government.
After the discussion, several discussions with
the ministerial offices to identify the process
of regulation development of the WASH
microfinance and put as the additional
information of the policy paper that included
the recommendation to develop three main
specific policies on WASH funding, WASH
lending, and WASH microcredit support;
• Berkolaborasi dengan Bappenas untuk
melakukan diskusi lanjutan tentang
penyebarluasan program pembiayaan mikro
kebijakan oleh pemerintah pusat. Setelah
diskusi tersebut, ada beberapa diskusi dengan
kementerian-kementerian untuk
untuk membuat tiga kebijakan khusus dalam
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• Assisted PDAM Bogor district to finalize the
tender process documents to select the
potential bidders to build 150 LPS new
treatment plants located in the Ciawi area.
The project plans to reach the financial close
with the private sector through a B2B
scheme;
supply system in North Sumatera) will serve
bulk water to the city of Medan, Binjai and
Deli Serdang has been fully completed. This
project is funded by the Central Government
• Supported the local government offices to
build the community base water and
sanitation infrastructures in some
Penataan Ruang of Magelang District utilize
APBD 2021 to build individual septic tanks in
14 locations and PDAM Sukoharjo secures
funding from LG in 2021 for amount
to obtain GOI Grant Program for
water supply benefiting 1,500 households;
• To support the regular desludging program,
Depok and Surakarta engaged more private
sector (one individual entrepreneurs and four
companies) in operating desludging truck;
• Facilitated the MFI in North Sumatera (BPR
Puduarta) to officially engage with PDAM Deli
Serdang in providing the water credit micro
to the potential customers of PDAM and
continued to engaged directly households for
obtaining microfinance.
of Water Supply to develop the ministerial
regulation (PERMEN PUPR) and the JUKNIS
(SK DIRJEN CIPTA KARYA) of
bidang pendanaan, pembiayaan dan dukungan
kredit mikro WASH.
instalasi pengolahan baru sebesar 150 liter per
detik di Ciawi. Proyek ini rencananya akan
mencapai pemenuhan biaya dengan sektor
swasta melalui skema B2B;
minum di Sumatra Utara) yang akan
menyediakan air curah untuk Kota Medan,
binjai dan Deli Serdang, telah selesai. Proyek
ini didanai oleh pemerintah pusat dengan
anggaran sekitar Rp. 666,07 miliar;
• Membantu organisasi pemerintah daerah
sanitasi berbasis masyarakat di beberapa
kota/kabupaten. Dinas Pekerjaan Umum dan
Penataan Ruang Kabupaten Magelang
tangki septik individu di 14 lokasi dan PDAM
Sukoharjo menerima dana dari pemerintah
kabupaten tahun 2021 sebesar Rp. 16,4 miliar
untuk mendapatkan hibah air minum dari
pemerintah pusat yang akan memberi manfaat
bagi 1.500 KK;
melibatkan lebih banyak sektor swasta (satu
wirausaha perorangan dan empat perusahaan)
untuk mengoperasikan truk tinja;
PDAM Deli Serdang untuk menyediakan
kredit mikro air minum bagi calon pelanggan
PDAM, serta terus menarik minat rumah
tangga secara langsung untuk mendapatkan
pembiayaan mikro;
JUKNIS (SK DIRJEN CIPTA KARYA) tentang
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recommendation and evaluation of the
feasibility study of water supply project being
funded by subsidized loan and guarantee
provided by central government under the
PERPRES 46/ 2019. The regulation has issued
in December 2020;
Infrastuktur (PT SMI), the state-owned
financial institution that plans to provide long-
term loans to local government or utilities to
increase the service coverage of piped water.
This quarter a preliminary analysis of the
Gresik water supply system project that
planned to be financed by PT SMI;
• In collaboration with the World Bank,
completed the analysis of the COVID-19
impact on PDAM financial performance. The
analysis explores the financial performance of
26 PDAMs that have been impacted by
COVID-19 pandemic for the full year 2020.
• Continued to re-engage WASH microfinance
promotions to communities since their
financial health has recovered after the
COVID-19 period in 2020. A total sanitation
micro credits disbursed this quarter for 143
households and 1 WASH entrepreneur;
rekomendasi dan evaluasi studi kelayakan
program air minum yang didanai dengan
pinjaman bersubsidi dan jaminan disediakan
oleh pemerintah pusat seusai dengan PEPRES
46/2019. Peraturan ini diterbitkan Desember
2020;
Multi Infrastruktur, lembaga keuangan negara
yang berencana untuk memberikan pinjaman
jangka panjang kepada pemerintah daerah atau
lembaga penyedia air minum untuk
meningkatkan cakupan layanan air perpipaan.
Pada triwulan ini, dilakukan analisis awal
proyek sistem penyediaan air minum Gresik
yang rencananya akan didanai oleh PT SMI;
• Berkolaborasi dengan Bank dunia untuk
menyelesaikan analisis dampak COVID-19
terdampak pandemi COVID-19 selama tahun
2020;
setelah periode COVID-19 tahun 2020. Pada
triwulan ini, kredit mikro sanitasi telah
disalurkan kepada total 143 KK dan satu
wirausaha sanitasi;
managed drinking water and water safety
plan; conducted 3 webinars on providing
piped water access for the urban poor
through master meter connection, solution
for domestic wastewater containment in
densely populated area, and effort of
groundwater conservation through infiltration
Water Day by conducting an online talk show
on the topic of “What Does Water Mean to
You?”
tentang air minum aman dan rencana
pengamanan air minum; melakukan 3 webinar
tentang penyediaan akses air minum
perpipaan bagi masyarakat berpenghasilan
master meter, solusi untuk penampungan air
limbah domestik di daerah padat penduduk,
dan upaya konservasi air tanah melalui sumur
resapan; serta merayakan Hari Air Sedunia
2021 dengan melakukan gelar wicara daring
dengan topik “Apa Arti Air Bagimu?”
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• At regional level, supported Pokja AMPL
South Sulawesi in finalizing the roadmap of
AMPL (water supply and sanitation) to help
provincial Pokja achieve the RPJMN 2020-
2024 target and developed action plans for
continuing and sustaining the WASH
programs in 13 cities/districts with local Pokja
AMPL after the closing the North Sumatra
and SSEI regions;
1st draft of RPAM roadmap. The key results
were agreement on the priority target of
water supply operators (penyelenggara SPAM)
that will be mandated to implement RPAM
and also a list of key activities and programs
in each responsible Ministry for 5 years
(2021-2025); and completion of pilot RPAM
implementation in PDAM Salatiga, Sidoarjo
and Makassar;
poor) Strategy to improve water supply
access for B40: with comp. 2, completed 5
regional workshop and national workshop to
share the results and recommendations of
the study;
signature program on microfinance for
WASH was developed in collaboration with
Water.org, who contributed 3 success stories
and is part of the discussions to draw the
lessons learned and recommendations for
scaling up.
newsletter, and distributed it online via email
blast to 566 subscribers comprising of the
local governments, media, donor, and public;
• Continue to support the WASH CSR
activities through several activities as follow:
commenting the master meter program in
Medan supported by CCFI, completed the
• Di tingkat regional, mendukung Pokja AMPL
Sulawesi Selatan finalisasi peta jalan AMPL (air
minum dan sanitasi) untuk membantu Pokja
provinsi mencapai target RPJMN 2020-2024
dan membuat rencana aksi untuk melanjutkan
program WASH di 13 kota/kabupaten dengan
Pokja AMPL di daerah paska penutupan
program di wilayah Sumatra Utara dan SSEI;
• Mendukung RPAM: melakukan diskusi naskah
pertama peta jalan RPAM. Hasil kuncinya
adalah kesepakatan target prioritas
untuk melaksanakan RPAM serta daftar
program dan kegiatan kunci di setiap
kementerian terkait selama 5 tahun (2021-
2025); dan penyelesaian uji coba pelaksanaan
RPAM di PDAM Salatiga, Sidoarjo, dan
Makassar;
insentif bagi PDAM yang melayani B40
(masyarakat berpenghasilan rendah
air minum bagi B40; bersama komponen 2,
menyelesaikan 5 lokakarya regional dan
lokakarya nasional untuk mempresentasikan
melalui kerja sama dengan Water.org, yang
menyumbang 3 cerita dan menjadi bagian
dalam diskusi untuk mengindentifikasi
pembelajaran dan rekomendasi untuk
secara daring melalui email blast kepada 566
pelanggan yang terdiri dari pemerintah
daerah, media, donor, dan publik;
• Terus mendukung kegiatan CSR untuk WASH
melalui beberapa kegiatan sebagai berikut:
meluncurkan program master meter di
Medan dengan dukungan CCFI, menyelesaikan
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implementation of CSR guidebook pilot in
Kab. Gresik and Kab. Karawang and facilitated
a new partnership with Dana Kemanusiaan
Kompas that will be implemented in Kab.
Magelang and Kota Malang (estimated to
increased access to safe sanitation access for
40 households in Kab. Magelang and 60
households in Kota malang);
media outlets on WASH issues, prints, and
online broadcasts were documented in 108
coverages. Those media coverages include 35
on water supply issues, 46 on sanitation and
domestic wastewater issues, and 27 on other
topics.
Kabupaten Gresik dan Kabupaten Karawang,
serta memfasilitasi kemitraan baru dengan
Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas yang akan
dilaksanakan di Kabupaten Magelang dan Kota
Malang (diperkirakan akan meningkatkan
Magelang dan 60 KK di Kota Malang);
• Sebagai bagian dari pelibatan media, ada 99
media cetak dan daring yang menghasilkan
108 liputan isu WASH. Liputan media
tersebut mencakup 35 tenntang air minum, 46
tentang sanitasi dan air limbah domestik, serta
27 tentang topik lainnya.
USAID-SECO Partnership Kemitraan USAID-SECO
three PDAMs might be able to join SPPH
stage 1 as they have completed their PERDA
PMPD and three other locations may join
stage 2 of SPPH, while one location (Kota
Surakarta) will not be ready until 2022.
• The field activities for NRW program such as
the field surveys for identifying and reducing
illegal connections and illegal water use were
started in 5 of the 7 target locations; in
measuring physical loses, conducted data
inventory to determine the location of the
largest (potential) leaks in pipes with a
minimum diameter of 150 mm, and where
further digging for detection and repair can
be easily arranged; in developing Standard
Operating Procedures, started with stage
four through the preparation of first two
SOP; Smart Meters installation that included
SIM installation and connecting to cloud and
the capacity building related to smart mater
installation; all bulk meters and loggers had
• Bekerja sama dengan Kementerian PUPR,
CPMU, dan Bank Dunia untuk mendapatkan
dana tambahan dari PBG NUWSP untuk
NRW dan EE. Dalam triwulan ini, tiga PDAM
mungkin dapat bergabung dengan SPPH tahap
1 karena mereka telah menyelesaikan PERDA
PMPD dan tiga lokasi lainnya dapat bergabung
dengan SPPH tahap 2, sementara satu lokasi
(Kota Surakarta) tidak akan siap hingga tahun
2022.
penggunaan air ilegal dimulai di 5 dari 7 lokasi
sasaran; untuk mengukur kerugian fisik,
inventarisasi data dilakukan untuk
menentukan lokasi (potensi) kebocoran
150 mm, di mana penggalian lebih lanjut untuk
deteksi dan perbaikan dapat dilakukan dengan
mudah; penyusunan Prosedur Operasional
penyusunan dua SOP pertama; penginstalan
Smart Meters yang mencakup penginstalan
SIM dan koneksi ke cloud dan peningkatan
kapasitas terkait dengan penginstalan smart
mater; seluruh bulk meter dan logger telah
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been installed and calibrated in the field,
except in Karawang;
Kab Magelang has NRW rate is lowest
(34.2%) and PDAM Magelang city has highest
NRW rate for 59.7%;
and calculated as required before the new EE
equipment is installed and Energy Efficiency
Audits (EEA) in Kota Magelang as new
location for EE program has identified 2
locations for this program;
formally to the MPWH in the next quarter.
From this development, there is additional
proposal to conduct study on possibility and
requirement to support AKATIRTA Wiyata
to be upgraded as a Vocational Education
Institution;
Karawang;
PDAM Kab Magelang memiliki tingkat NRW
terendah (34,2%) dan PDAM Kota Magelang
memiliki tingkat NRW tertinggi sebesar
59,7%;
dihitung sesuai kebutuhan sebelum peralatan
EE baru dipasang dan Audit Efisiensi Energ
(EEA) di Kota Magelang sebagai lokasi baru
untuk program EE telah mengidentifikasi 2
lokasi untuk program ini;
• Penyusunan Roadmap Peningkatan Kapasitas
PDAM telah selesai dan akan diserahkan
secara resmi ke Kementerian PUPR pada
triwulan berikutnya. Dari penyusunan ini,
muncul usulan tambahan untuk melakukan
kajian tentang kemungkinan dan persyaratan
untuk mendukung AKATIRTA Wiyata untuk
ditingkatkan menjadi Lembaga Pendidikan
activities to the LSIC programs were conducted
virtually.
Akibat
secara virtual.
Bogor City;
Gender Mainstreaming activities through
• Memfasilitasi peningkatan kapasitas untuk
Tebing Tinggi, Kabupaten Bantaeng, Kota
Ternate, Kota Jayapura, dan Kota Bogor;
Mendukung pelaksanaan kegiatan
beberapa kegiatan, seperti integrasi gender
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Sanitation Marketing activities, integrating of
gender aspect in Urban WASH Promotion
training;
Regulation No.58/2020 on PPRG as a legal
umbrella for all LG units and related
institutions to implement PPRG.
aspek gender dalam pelatihan Promosi WASH
Perkotaan;
sebagai payung hukum bagi seluruh unit
Pemda dan instansi terkait untuk
melaksanakan PPRG.
Period:
In addition to continued work in all of the above
areas, the next Quarter will focus on
implementation of component-based activities
final results of these 2 regions become a priority
activity for the next quarter. Each component
team will continue to work together with the
Regional Teams to consolidate the action plans of
the activities next quarter and identify the
priorities for reaching the target set for PY5.
Another important activity planned for the next
quarter is the implementation of the closing
event of North Sumatra, South Sulawesi and
Papua provinces.
pelaksanaan kegiatan berbasis komponen yang
akan berkontribusi terhadap pencapaian target
PY5. Mengingat seluruh kegiatan di wilayah
Sumatra Utara dan SSEI akan berakhir,
pendokumentasian hasil akhir dari 2 wilayah
tersebut menjadi kegiatan prioritas untuk triwulan
berikutnya. Setiap tim komponen akan terus
bekerja sama dengan Tim Regional untuk
mengonsolidasi rencana aksi kegiatan triwulan
berikutnya dan mengidentifikasi prioritas untuk
mencapai target yang ditetapkan dalam PY5.
Kegiatan penting lainnya yang direncanakan untuk
triwulan berikutnya adalah pelaksanaan acara
penutupan provinsi Sumatra Utara, Sulawesi
Selatan dan Papua.
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1 INTRODUCTION
This is the nineteenth Quarterly Progress Report (QPR) of the USAID Indonesia Urban Water,
Sanitation and Hygiene, Penyehatan Lingkungan untuk Semua (IUWASH PLUS) program. It covers the
period of January 01 through March 31, 2021, and provides a detailed review of USAID IUWASH
PLUS activities, issues, constraints, and progress toward targeted outcomes and results registered
during the quarter. Below is an overview of USAID IUWASH PLUS and summary of quarterly
highlights and achievements. Subsequent sections include:
Section 2, Stories from the Field: This section provides stories from each program region
that exemplify activities undertaken and impacts registered during the reporting period.
Section 3, High Level Results and Component Level Progress: A review of
achievements related to high level results is presented, along with detailed descriptions of
work under each program Component, the LSIC and in gender-related areas. A review of
partners involved is also provided, as are planned activities for the next quarterly reporting
period.
Section 4, Regional Progress: For each USAID IUWASH PLUS region, this provides a
summary of program highlights, key issues encountered, important partners involved, and
overall progress.
Section 5, Program Management: This section describes activities that fall under the
general heading of program management, including those related to operations, monitoring
and evaluation, and environmental compliance.
1.1 OVERVIEW OF USAID IUWASH PLUS
The USAID Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Penyehatan Lingkungan Untuk Semua
(IUWASH PLUS) program is a five-year-and-eight-month initiative designed to assist the
Government of Indonesia (GOI) in increasing access to water supply and sanitation services as well
as improving key hygiene behaviors among urban poor and vulnerable populations. USAID IUWASH
PLUS works with governmental agencies, the private sector, NGOs, communities and others to
achieve the following "high level" results:
1. An increase of 1,100,000 people in urban areas with access to improved water supply service
quality, of which at least 500,000 are from the poorest 40% of the population (also referred to as
the “Bottom 40%” or “B40”), vulnerable groups or Indonesia’s eastern provinces; and
2. An increase of 500,000 people in urban areas with access to safely managed sanitation.
To ensure that improvements in access to WASH services are sustained, USAID IUWASH PLUS is
guided by a development hypothesis that focuses on strengthening service delivery systems, so they
can more effectively reach the poorest and most vulnerable segments of the population. In order to
achieve this at scale, the program works in 35 cities and districts in eight (8) high priority provinces
(see Exhibit 1) and undertakes activities through four (4) interrelated components focused on: 1)
improving household WASH services; 2) strengthening city WASH institutional performance; 3)
strengthening the WASH financing environment; and 4) advancing national WASH advocacy,
coordination and communication. In support of the program’s technical components, USAID
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IUWASH PLUS also seeks to stimulate innovation and cultivate local expertise in the sector through
a Local Sustainability and Innovation Component (LSIC). USAID IUWASH PLUS undertakes all of its
activities in close coordination with national GOI agencies such as Bappenas, MPWH and MOH, as
well as 35 local governments (LGs) shown in the following table.
Exhibit 1. List of Partner Local Governments (LGs)
North Sumatra WJDT Central Java East Java SSEI
• Kota Medan
Importantly, and in sharp contrast to more compartmentalized methodologies that prioritize the
construction of new facilities and often ignore institutional weaknesses that undermine sustainability,
the above program resources aim to strengthen what is referred to as the overall urban WASH
ecosystem of inclusive service provision. As represented in the graphic below, this ecosystem is
made up of an integrated network of WASH stakeholders (from households to major local and
national institutions) that are highly interdependent and mutually reinforcing. As successful models
and approaches are brought to scale through collaboration and communication with WASH policy
makers at all levels, USAID IUWASH PLUS further aims to have a substantive impact well beyond its
own partners, LGs and broader development sector needs nationally.
Exhibit 2. The Urban WASH Ecosystem
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1.2 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENTS
In addition to the implementation of activities as set forth in approved workplan, USAID IUWASH
PLUS measures progress based on the project’s achievement of Outcomes and High Level Results as
defined in its Activity Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (AMEP) reported quarterly and semi-annually.
Below are the achievements of USAID IUWASH PLUS results and deliverables this quarter:
• 5,650 people trained in USAID IUWASH PLUS training related activities, with women
accounting for 46.00% of all training participants.
• For gender training, a total number of 284 people were trained in the Gender Session
in the USAID IUWASH PLUS training activities, 59.15% of which were women.
• Twenty (20) commercial enterprises with improved WASH product or service.
• Forty-three (43) community plans adopted by stakeholders. Total budget contributed by local
partners are to support 794 households to get increased access to basic sanitation
and 130 households to get access to community-based water supply system.
• 412 toilets with septic tank systems sold

• Twelve (12) knowledge products were developed.
• 145 people were trained with increased knowledge/skills/awareness as a result 8 knowledge
events/workshops.
• 319 PDAM staff trained in NRW, EE and other technical and non-technical topics of
planning, operation and monitoring
Notably, and throughout the above, USAID IUWASH PLUS continued to receive strong support
across the board from USAID Indonesia, key GOI partners (in particular, Bappenas, MPWH, and
MOH), as well as the DAI Global, LLC home office.
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2 STORIES FROM THE FIELD
2.1 STORY FROM NORTH SUMATRA
Microcredit to Bring Piped Water for Low Income Families
Access to improved water in Deli Serdang has significantly
increased from 27.84% in 2015 to 85.68% in 2019 (North
Sumatra Province in Figures, 2020), surpassing the provincial
access that at around 73.90% in 2019. Despite this tremendous
achievement, there is still much to be done to ensure all
communities in Deli Serdang have access to the improved
water, among others by providing more people with piped
water service.
Tirta Deli is obliged to increase its service coverage.
Therefore, the company has included the building of 5,000 new
house connections in 2021 in its business plan. Yet, achieving
this target is not that easy. The PDAM has to seek a
sustainable financing strategy because many of the PDAM’s
potential customers cannot afford to pay the new connection
fees up front.
“We used to have a credit scheme for the customers who cannot pay for the construction fees up
front. But, this mechanism did not run well because some consumers failed to pay. We did not have
a customer checking system at that time,” said the Head of General Affairs Division of PDAM Tirta
Deli, Ms. Darsiyuni. She also explained that the PDAM had already sought possibility to cooperate
with the large conventional banks to finance the new house connections, but the banks could not
provide the credit due to different market segments.
To allow the PDAM serve more low-income communities, USAID IUWASH PLUS facilitated PDAM
Tirta Deli to