CONTRACT SUMMARY    
       
1. Loan Number : ADB Loan No. 2163/2164 (SF)-INO
2. Contract Package : Community Water Services and Health Project (CWSHP)
3. Contract No. & Date : PL.01.01.6.01042; May 23, 2007
  Contract Amendment No. 1 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01386/2007; July 12, 2007
  Contract Amendment No. 2 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01703/2007; September 17, 2007
  Contract Amendment No. 2 (rev) : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01511/2008; August 6, 2008
  Contract Amendment No. 3 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01364/2008; July 14, 2008
  Contract Amendment No. 3 (rev) : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01512/2008; August 6, 2008
  Contract Addendum No. 1 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01513/2008; August 6, 2008
  Contract Addendum No. 4 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/010071/2008; November 4, 2008
  Contract Addendum No. 5 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/0121/2009; January 30, 2009
  Contract Addendum No. 6 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01746/2009; November 6, 2009
  Contract Addendum No. 7 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/01901/2009; December 7, 2009
  Contract Addendum No. 8 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/0343/2010; April 8, 2010
  Contract Addendum No. 9 : PL.01.01.VI/CWSHP/0995/2010; August 9, 2010
4. Contract Value : IDR. 41,769,451,975 and USD 920,076 including VAT 10%
5. Credit/Grant Category : -
6. Completion Date of Contract : July 24, 2011
7. Brief Description of Services :  
       
 

The goal of the Project is to improve the health status and quality of life of the population of Indonesia in line with MDG targets on safe water supply and sanitation. The purpose of the Project is to provide sustained access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation, and to improve hygiene behavior of low-income communities in rural and per-urban areas.


The Project aims to:
  1. improve the capacity of local governments for facilitating, regulating and delivering quality services in water and sanitation to the target communities;
  2. strengthen the community capability to design, co finance, build, operate and manage community-based water supply and sanitation facilities;
  3. improve access to water and sanitation services through construction of adequate facilities based on community demand; and
  4. Increase hygiene awareness through information, education and communication (IEC) campaigns.

The main benefits of the Project will be:
  1. reduced poverty and increased health benefits in poor district;
  2. increased community empowerment; and
  3. strengthened local government capacity

The project will have a positive impact on communities ownership and leadership in their development, as they will actively participate in selecting, planning co financing, implementation operating and maintaining the investments. The performance of local government will be improved by introducing a simple quality management approach to public administration, which will help improve service delivery as well as transparency of the local administration.