Summary of publication
Sanitation service coverage in Indonesia lags significantly behind its ASEAN neighbours. The Joint Monitoring Program, JMP reports in a 2010 update that improved sanitation facilities cover 67% of the urban population while some 9% use shared facilities, 8% use unimproved facilities; and an estimated 16% practice open defecation. In response to this, the GoI has launched its flagship sanitation policy, the PPSP a program to accelerate the development of sanitation services in 330 cities. The objectives of PPSP by 2015 are to eliminate open defecation by increased sewerage coverage to 5 percent of urban population in a minimum of 16 cities (includes five cities with new sewer systems); and implementing on-site public sanitation facilities in 226 selected priority cities. The PPSP also targets improved solid waste management in 240 cities including recycling, and reduction in flooding of 22,500 ha of land in 100 LG. In support of the PPSP, IndII implemented the Sanitation Infrastructure Enhancement Grant activity (IEG) during Phase (1). Lessons learned from the sanitation IEGs have been applied to the development of the concept for the sanitation AIIG (sAIIG) covered by this Note.
Australia Indonesia Infrastructure Grants for Municipal Sanitation - Grant Concept Note [DOCX 37 KB]
Australia Indonesia Infrastructure Grants for Municipal Sanitation - Grant Concept Note [PDF 169 KB]