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USAID INDONESIA URBAN WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 7 OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2012 JANUARY 2013 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 and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

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  • USAID INDONESIA URBAN WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE

    QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 7 OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2012

    JANUARY 2013

    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 and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

  • Cover Photo Abi (35) taking clean water for his family from a public hydran in Pademangan, North Jakarta. In average, Abi and his family need at least four jerry cans (IDR 500/jerry can) of clean water per day. (Photo: Virgi FatmawatiIUWASH Jakarta)

  • USAID INDONESIA URBAN WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE

    QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 7 OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2012

    Program Title: USAID Indonesia Urban Water Sanitation and Hygiene

    Sponsoring USAID Office: USAID/Indonesia Office of Environment

    Contract Number: AID-497-C-11-00001

    Contractor: DAI

    Date of Publication: January 2013

    Author: DAI

    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 and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    TABLE OF CONTENTS .......................................................................................................................................................... III LIST OF ACRONYMS ............................................................................................................................................................... V

    COVER STORY .................................................................................................................................. IX

    INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 1

    IUWASH IN BRIEF .................................................................................................................................................................... 2 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENTS .......................................................................................................................................... 3

    HIGH LEVEL RESULTS & COMPONENT LEVEL PROGRESS ....................................................... 4

    INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................................................... 4 HIGH LEVEL RESULTS ............................................................................................................................................................. 5

    WATER SUPPLY SECTOR ...................................................................................................................................................... 7

    Program WS 1: Improved PDAM Operational Aspects ................................................................................................................... 9 Program WS 2: Improved PDAM Financial Aspects ...................................................................................................................... 11 Program WS 3: Improved PDAM Customer Engagement Aspects .......................................................................................... 12 Program WS 4: Raw Water Management and Climate Change Adaptation Planning ..................................................... 13 Program WS 5: Microfinance ................................................................................................................................................................ 14 Program WS 6: Master Meter .............................................................................................................................................................. 14 Program WS 7: Long-Term Finance .................................................................................................................................................... 15 Program WS 8: PDAM Institutional Support ................................................................................................................................... 17

    SANITATION SECTOR ......................................................................................................................................................... 19

    Program SAN 1. Increased access through Individual Sanitation Systems ............................................................................. 21 Program SAN 2. Increased sanitation access through communal systems ............................................................................ 23 Program SAN 3: Increase access through off-site sanitation (sewerage) ............................................................................... 24 Program SAN 4: Improved Urban Sludge Management .............................................................................................................. 25 Program SAN 5: Support Pokja Sanitasi/AMPL ............................................................................................................................... 27

    CROSSCUTTING SECTOR ................................................................................................................................................. 28

    Program CC-1: Increase Number of PEMDA Policies ................................................................................................................... 29 Program CC-2: Increase Local Government Budget (APBD) ....................................................................................................... 30 Program CC-3: Improve Citizen Engagement .................................................................................................................................. 31 Increase Practices of Point of Use Water and Handwashing with Soap ................................................................................ 32 Gender Mainstreaming ............................................................................................................................................................................ 33 Program CC-6: Mobilize Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Funding ................................................................................ 35

    GRANTS PROGRAM ............................................................................................................................................................. 37

    NATIONAL ACTIVITIES & KEY UPCOMING EVENTS ................................................................ 42

    1. General Project Management .................................................................................................................................................... 42 2. Project Communications and Reporting ................................................................................................................................. 44 3. Monitoring and Evaluation .......................................................................................................................................................... 44 4. Environmental Compliance ......................................................................................................................................................... 46

    REGIONAL HIGHLIGHTS & CLUSTER REPORTS ........................................................................ 47

    NORTH SUMATRA ................................................................................................................................................................ 49 Summary ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 50 Success Stories ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 51 Regional highlights by sector .................................................................................................................................................................. 53 Upcoming Events ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 55 Cluster Report ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 55

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    WEST JAVA/DKI JAKARTA/BANTEN .............................................................................................................................. 65 Summary ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 66 Success Stories ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 67 Regional highlights by sector .................................................................................................................................................................. 68 Upcoming events .......................................................................................................