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USAID INDONESIA URBAN WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE


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PENYEHATAN LINGKUNGAN UNTUK SEMUA (IUWASH PLUS)

ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 1


JUNE 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2017

QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 5


JULY – SEPTEMBER 2017

CONTRACT NO. AID-497-TO-16-00003

OCTOBER 2017
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.
Cover Page Photo: The groundbreaking ceremony of the installation of water supply facility by US Ambassador
Joseph R. Donovan and Mayor of Medan Dzulmi Eldin in Kelurahan Kedai Durian, Medan City on July 5, 2017.
This event is part of the Medan City Government’s efforts for WASH and slums upgrading program to support
the GOI’s established target for universal coverage of water and sanitation and elimination of slum areas, also
known as the “100-0-100” target. The infrastructure will be funded by the Local Government of Medan City,
then the PDAM Tirnatadi owned by North Sumatra Province will supply clean water, manage sewerage and
plan the regular desludging service (L2T2), while the technical assistance and community awareness will be
supported by USAID IUWASH PLUS.

Photo by Ricky Barus/USAID IUWASH PLUS North Sumatra


USAID INDONESIA URBAN WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE
PENYEHATAN LINGKUNGAN UNTUK SEMUA (IUWASH PLUS)

ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 1


JUNE 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2017

QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORT 5


JULY – SEPTEMBER 2017

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

Contractor: DAI Global, LLC

Date of Publication: October 2017

Author: DAI Global, LLC


COVER STORY
Supporting the Development of Water Supply and Sanitation Facilities in Medan City

To inaugurate the water supply, sanitation facilities and the


rehabilitation of uninhabitable houses program, the City
Government of Medan held a groundbreaking ceremony of
WASH facility in USAID IUWASH PLUS hotspot location in the
hamlet of (Kelurahan) Kedai Durian, Medan City on July 5, 2017.
The ceremonial groundbreaking was conducted by the U.S.
Ambassador Mr. Joseph R. Donovan, the Mayor of Medan Mr.
Dzulmi Eldin and the acting Regional Secretary of North
Sumatra Government (representing the Governor of North
Sumatra) Mr. Ibnu Sutomo.

This program is implemented by the City Government (Pemko) Ricky Barus/USAID IUWASH PLUS North Sumatra
of Medan to overcome the increasing public demand for access
to water supply and sanitation facilities. To help overcome these The groundbreaking ceremony of the
challenges, USAID IUWASH PLUS has provided supports to the installation of SNI septic tank conducted by
(left to right) the US Ambassador Joseph R.
Pemko Medan through collaboration with various parties. “The Donovan, the Mayor of Medan Dzulmi Eldin,
United States is proud to partner with the Government of and the acting Regional Secretary of North
Indonesia to work toward universal access to clean water and Sumatra Government Ibnu Sri Utomo.
improved sanitation by 2019,” emphasized Joseph R. Donovan in
his opening speech.

In collaboration with the Housing, Settlement and Spatial Planning Office (PKP2R) in Medan in 2017,
the USAID IUWASH PLUS has supported a survey of prospective beneficiaries of PKP2R Program
for sanitation, water supply and KOTAKU Program for uninhabitable houses of 1,200 respondents
using android app. The results of the USAID IUWASH PLUS supported survey are very useful in
providing data on potential beneficiaries of water supply service and scheduled desludging service
(L2T2) program for Pemko Medan.

USAID IUWASH PLUS also works closely with the Health


Office of Pemko Medan to conduct participatory assessments
and Community-Based Total Sanitation triggering. “We hope
this partnership with USAID IUWASH PLUS will continue
and we also hope there will be a comparative study that can
expand the horizons,” added Rawaluddin Siregar, Section
Head of PKP2R Program, putting expectation on USAID
IUWASH PLUS.

The collaboration of Pemko Medan and USAID IUWASH


PLUS resulted in the construction of water supply, sanitation
USAID IUWASH PLUS North Sumatra
and uninhabitable houses that also supported by the PKP2R
Office and KOTAKU Program. This aims to support the
Pak Saripin and his wife as the beneficiary
Indonesia’s government to establish target for universal
for the construction of water supply,
sanitation and the rehabilitation of coverage for water and sanitation and elimination of slum
uninhabitable house in Kedai Durian. areas that known as the “100-0-100” target.

Pak Saripin, one of the beneficiaries of this program is very grateful for the benefits felt by his family.
“In the past during, the dry season, the water from the wells was murky and smelly, so it could not
be used. But now I have been able to enjoy clean water. I am also glad to be assisted with a latrine
with septic tank which is safer and sealed,” said Pak Saripin.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
COVER STORY .....................................................................................................................................II
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .................................................................................................................... XI
RINGKASAN EKSEKUTIF ................................................................................................................. XI
1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 OVERVIEW OF PY1 ...................................................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 4
2 STORIES FROM THE FIELD ......................................................................................................... 5
2.1 STORY FROM NORTH SUMATRA.......................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 STORY FROM WEST JAVA, DKI JAKARTA, TANGERANG ............................................................................ 6
2.3 STORY FROM CENTRAL JAVA ................................................................................................................................ 7
2.4 STORY FROM EAST JAVA .......................................................................................................................................... 8
2.5 STORY FROM SOUTH SULAWESI AND EASTERN INDONESIA.................................................................. 9
3 HIGH LEVEL RESULTS AND COMPONENT LEVEL PROGRESS ......................................... 10
3.1 INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
3.2 HIGH LEVEL RESULTS ............................................................................................................................................... 10
3.3 PARTNERSHIP WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTNERS .......................................................................... 11
3.4 COMPONENT 1/BEHAVIOR CHANGE AND MARKETING HIGHLIGHTS ............................................. 13
3.5 COMPONENT 2/WASH INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING HIGHLIGHTS ....................................... 22
3.6 COMPONENT 3/WASH FINANCING HIGHLIGHTS ...................................................................................... 34
3.7 COMPONENT 4/WASH ADVOCACY, COORDINATION, AND COMMUNICATION
HIGHLIGHTS ................................................................................................................................................................ 40
3.8 LOCAL SUSTAINABILITY AND INNOVATION COMPONENT (LSIC) .................................................... 49
3.9 GENDER PROGRAMMING ...................................................................................................................................... 51
4 REGIONAL PROGRESS ............................................................................................................... 55
4.1 NORTH SUMATRA .................................................................................................................................................... 55
4.2 WEST JAVA, DKI JAKARTA, AND TANGERANG ............................................................................................ 57
4.3 CENTRAL JAVA ........................................................................................................................................................... 59
4.4 EAST JAVA ..................................................................................................................................................................... 61
4.5 SOUTH SULAWESI AND EASTERN INDONESIA ............................................................................................ 63
5 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................... 66
5.1 INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................................... 66
5.2 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION ................................................................................... 66
5.3 MONITORING AND EVALUATION .................................................................................................................... 69
5.4 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ....................................................................................................................... 70
6 PROJECT MONITORING & EVALUATION ............................................................................. 72
6.1 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENT OF AMEP OUTCOMES BY REGION, STATUS SEPTEMBER 2017 .... 73
ANNEX ................................................................................................................................................ 83
ANNEX 1: TARGET OF USAID IUWASH PLUS OUTCOMES FOR PROGRAM YEAR 02 (PY02) ............... 83
ANNEX 2: STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF USAID IUWASH PLUS VISIONING WORKSHOP ......... 84
ANNEX 3: STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT OF PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH LG PARTNERS ........... 85
ANNEX 4: PDAM INDEX – DECEMBER 2016 ............................................................................................................. 87
ANNEX 5: PDAM CONNECTION DATA – DECEMBER 2016 .............................................................................. 88
ANNEX 6: SANITATION INDEX ACHIEVEMENT 2016 ......................................................................................... 89
ANNEX 7: IPLT CONDITION PER SEPTEMBER 2017 .............................................................................................. 90
ANNEX 8: GOVERNANCE INDEX SCORE IN EACH CITY .................................................................................. 91

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ANNEX 9: DATA ON WASH REGULATIONS AND OTHER SUPPORTING REGULATIONS ................... 92
ANNEX 10: RPAM RESOURCES AND OPERATOR STEPS EXPLANATION .................................................... 93
ANNEX 11: PROGRESS OF 13 RPAM OPERATOR AND SUMBER FOR 12 USAID IUWASH PLUS
LOCATIONS................................................................................................................................................................. 94
ANNEX 12: MEDIA COVERAGE OF ACTIVITIES IN USAID IUWASH PLUS REGIONS FROM JULY –
SEPTEMBER 2017 ......................................................................................................................................................... 95
ANNEX 13: LSIC TRACKER ...........................................................................................................................................111
ANNEX 14: SUMMARY OF DETAILED GENDER ANALYSIS/ GENDER ASSESSMENT ...............................114
ANNEX 15: CITY UPDATES FOR NORTH SUMATRA REGION ........................................................................117
ANNEX 16: CITY UPDATES FOR WJDT REGION..................................................................................................122
ANNEX 17: CITY UPDATES FOR CENTRAL JAVA REGION ..............................................................................129
ANNEX 18: CITY UPDATES FOR EAST JAVA REGION ........................................................................................134
ANNEX 19: CITY UPDATES FOR SSEI REGION ......................................................................................................141
ANNEX 20: NUMBER OF WATER UTILITIES WITH IMPROVED SERVICE DELIVERY PERFORMANCE
(OUTCOME C2-1) – STATUS SEPTEMBER 2017 .............................................................................................149
ANNEX 21: SUMMARY OF WATER SAFETY PLANS IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
VULNERABILITIES (OUTCOME C2-2) ...............................................................................................................151
ANNEX 22: NUMBER OF LOCAL SANITATION MANAGEMENT UNITS WITH IMPROVED SERVICE
DELIVERY PERFORMANCE (OUTCOME C2-3) ..............................................................................................155
ANNEX 23: NUMBER OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS WITH IMPROVED WASH SERVICE DELIVERY
PERFORMANCE (OUTCOME C2-4) ...................................................................................................................157
ANNEX 24: SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENT OF NEW/REVISED POLICY DEVELOPMENT TO IMPROVE
WASH SERVICE (OUTCOME C2-5) ....................................................................................................................159
ANNEX 25: PERCENT CHANGE IN BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FOR WASH BY TARGETED LOCAL
GOVERNMENTS (OUTCOME C2-6) ..................................................................................................................162
ANNEX 26: AMOUNT OF FUNDING LEVERAGED THROUGH WASH FINANCING SUPPORT
(OUTCOME C3-6) ....................................................................................................................................................164
ANNEX 27: NUMBER OF WASH KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTS DEVELOPED (OUTCOME C4-2) ...........165
ANNEX 28: NUMBER OF WASH KNOWLEDGE EVENTS/WORKSHOP HELD (OUTCOME C4-3A.) .166
ANNEX 29: NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS INCREASED KNOWLEDGE FROM THE KNOWLEDGE
EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS HELD (OUTCOME C4-3B.)...........................................................................169
ANNEX 30: NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS INCREASED KNOWLEDGE FROM THE KNOWLEDGE
EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS OF WATER SAFETY PLAN (OUTCOME C4-3B.)...................................174
ANNEX 31: SUMMARY OF PEOPLE TRAINED IN IUWASH PLUS TRAINING ACTIVITIES ......................176
ANNEX 32: TRAINING, WORKSHOP AND SEMINAR ACTIVITIES OF FOURTH QUARTER OF FIRST
PROGRAM YEAR (JULY-SEPTEMBER 2017) ......................................................................................................178
ANNEX 33: SUMMARY OF PEOPLE TRAINED ON GENDER SESSION IN IUWASH PLUS TRAINING
ACTIVITIES ..................................................................................................................................................................220
ANNEX 34: GENDER TRAINING REPORT OF THIRD AND FOURTH QUARTER OF FIRST PROGRAM
YEAR (APRIL - SEPTEMBER 2017) .........................................................................................................................221

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LIST OF EXHIBITS
EXHIBIT 1. THE URBAN WASH ECOSYSTEM. 2
EXHIBIT 2: LIST OF POTENTIAL PARTNER LGS BY REGION AND CLUSTER. 3
EXHIBIT 3: REVISED SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT’S HIGH LEVEL RESULTS 11
EXHIBIT 4: HOME OWNERSHIP AMONG THE B40 HOUSEHOLDS 13
EXHIBIT 5: PLACES OF DEFECATION OF B40 HOUSEHOLDS 14
EXHIBIT 6: B40 HOUSEHOLDS AND TOILET OWNERSHIP 14
EXHIBIT 7: WATER SUPPLY SOURCE AMONG THE B40 HOUSEHOLDS 15
EXHIBIT 8: HANDWASHING WITH SOAP 15
EXHIBIT 9: SUBCOMPONENT 1.1 FOCAL ACTIVITIES CONDUCTED IN PY1 16
EXHIBIT 10: SUBCOMPONENT 1.1 ACTIVITY CONDUCTED IN PY1 BY CITY/DISTRICT 17
EXHIBIT 11: THE SUMMARY OF PDAM PERFORMANCE INDEX RESULT 23
EXHIBIT 12: DISTRIBUTION OF SANITATION INDEX FOR 32 USAID IUWASH PLUS LOCATIONS 26
EXHIBIT 13: TABLE OF WASTEWATER INSTITUTIONS STATUS 28
EXHIBIT 14: TABLE OF IPLT CONDITION 28
EXHIBIT 15: DISTRIBUTION OF GOVERNANCE INDEX FOR 31 USAID IUWASH PLUS LOCATIONS 30
EXHIBIT 16: LIST OF WASH REGULATIONS IN 32 USAID IUWASH PLUS LOCATIONS 31
EXHIBIT 17: SIX STEPS FOR DEVELOPING REGULATION (PERDA AND/OR PERKADA) 31
EXHIBIT 18: THE LOCAL BUDGET ALLOCATION FOR WATER AND SANITATION 35
EXHIBIT 19: CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCING ON WATER AND SANITATION PROJECTS 37
EXHIBIT 20: LIST OF FINANCE AND MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS 39
EXHIBIT 21. INTERACTIVE MAP OF DKI JAKARTA 43
EXHIBIT 22: UPDATE ON THE ACTIVITY’S COMMUNICATIONS METRIC IN PY1 44
EXHIBIT 23: NOTEWORTHY VISITS AND EVENTS IN THE LAST QUARTER OF PY1 68

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ACRONYMS
4K Kualitas, Kuantitas, Kontinuitas dan Keterjangkauan/Quality, Quantity, Continuity and
Affordability
Akatirta/ATW Akademi Tirta Wiyata/Tirta Wiyata Environmental Engineering Academy
ALD Air Limbah Domestik/Domestic Wastewater
AMEP Activity Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
AMPL Air Minum dan Penyehatan Lingkungan/Water Supply and Sanitation
APIK Adaptasi dan Perubahan Iklim/Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience
APBD Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Daerah/Local Government Budget
APBN Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Negara/State Government Budget
APR Annual Progress Report
B40 Bottom 40% of the population in terms of wealth
BAV Bina Arta Ventura
Bapemperda Badan Pembentuk Perda/Regional Regulations Development Agency
Bappeda Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah/Regional Development Planning Agency
Bappenas Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional/National Development Planning Agency
BMGF Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
BMI Benteng Mikro Indonesia Sharia Cooperative
BMT Baitul Maal Wal Ta’wil/Micro Finance Institution
BPPSPAM Badan Peningkatan Penyelenggaraan Sistem Penyediaan Air Minum/Agency for Improving
the Implementation of Water Supply System
BPR Bank Perkreditan Rakyat/ People's Credit Bank
BPS Biro Pusat Statistik/ Statistic Indonesia
CBO Community Based Organization
CJ Central Java
CJRO Central Java Regional Office
COE Pusat Keunggulan/Center of Excellence
CSS City/District Sanitation Strategy
CSR Corporate Social Responsibility
CTPS Cuci Tangan Pakai Sabun/handwashing with soap
DAI DAI Global, LLC
DAK Dana Alokasi Khusus/Special Allocation Budget
DED Detailed Engineering Design
DFAT Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
DHS Demographic Health Survey
Dinkes Dinas Kesehatan/ Health Office
Dispendukcapil Dinas Kependudukan dan Catatan Sipil/ Population and Civil Registration Office
DitPSPAM Direktorat Pengembangan Sistem Penyediaan Air Minum/Directorate of Water Supply
Development
DKI Daerah Khusus Ibukota/Special Area
DLH Dinas Lingkungan Hidup/ Environmental Office
DPKP Dinas Perumahan dan Kawasan Permukiman/Housing and Settlement Areas Office
DPPKAD Dinas Pendapatan Pengelolaan Keuangan dan Kekayaan Aset Daerah/ Regional Revenue,
Financial and Asset Management Office
DPRD Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah/Local Parliament

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DPU Dinas Pekerjaan Umum/ Public Works Office
DPUPR Dinas Pekerjaan Umum dan Penataan Ruang/Public Works and Spatial Planning Office
DQA Data Quality Assurance
EE Energy Efficiency
EHRA Environmental Health Risk Assessment
EJ East Java
EMMP Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plan
FAM Financial and Accounting Management
FAS Field Accounting System
F-Diagram Fecal-Oral Transmission Diagram
FGD Focus Group Discussion
FIELD IWINS Field Initiatives for watsan improvement through networking support
Forkalim Forum Komunikasi Operator Air Limbah Nasional/National Communication Forum for
Wastewater Operator
FSM Fecal Sludge Management
GAP Gender Analysis Pathway
GBS Gender Budget Statements
GIS Geographic Information System
GOI Government of Indonesia
GPS Global Positioning System
Grebeg Gerakan bersih lingkungan dengan gotong royong/Movement to clean the environment
through mutual cooperation
GWG Gender Working Group
GoDex Governance Index
GNDR 8 Gender
HLR High Level Results
HWWS Hand Washing With Soap
IEC Information, Education and Communication
IPA Instalasi Pengolahan Air/Water Treatment Plant (WTP)
IPAL Instalasi Pengolahan Air Limbah/Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)
IPLT Instalasi Pengolahan Lumpur Tinja/Septage Treatment Plant (STP)
IUWASH Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
IUWASH PLUS Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Penyehatan Lingkungan untuk Semua
Jejaring AMPL Network for Water Supply and Sanitation
JICA Japan International Cooperation Agency
Juknis Petunjuk Teknis/technical guidance
KAI Kereta Api Indonesia/Indonesia Railways Company
Kopsyah BMI Benteng Mikro Indonesia Sharia Cooperative
Kotaku Kota Tanpa Kumuh/City Without Slums Program
KPP Kelompok Pengguna dan Pemanfaat/User Group
KSM Kelompok Swadaya Masyarakat/Non-Government Group
KUA/ PPAS Kebijakan Umum Anggaran - Plafon Prioritas Anggaran Sementara/Budget General
Regulation – Temporary Budget Priority Ceiling
L2T2/LLTT Layanan Lumpur Tinja Terjadwal/Scheduled Desludging Service
L2T3 Layanan Lumpur Tinja Tidak Terjadwal/Unscheduled Desludging Service
LG Local Government
LKM Lembaga Keuangan Mikro/Micro Finance Institutions

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LPS Liter Per Second
LSIC Local Sustainability and Innovation Component
MBR Masyarakat Berpenghasilan Rendah/Low Income Communities
M&E Monitoring & Evaluation
Mebidang Regional raw water supply program comprising Medan, Binjai and Deli Serdang
MFI Micro Finance Institutions
MIS Management Information System
MOU Memorandum of Understanding
MOHA Ministry of Home Affairs
MPWH Ministry of Public Works and Housing (PUPR)
Musrenbang Musyawarah Perencanaan Pembangunan/Deliberation of Development Planning
NBP Group Nusantara Bona Pasogit Group
NRW Non-Revenue Water
NS North Sumatra
NSRO North Sumatra Regional Office
NUWAS National Urban Water Supply
NUWSP National Urban Water Supply Project
ODF Open Defecation Free
OJK Otoritas Jasa Keuangan/Financial Services Authority
O&M Operation & Maintenance
OPD Organisasi Perangkat Daerah/Organization of Local Government
OSH Open Source Hardware
PA Partnership Agreements
PAL Pengelolaan Air Limbah/Wastewater Management
PDAM Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum/Municipal Drinking Water Company
PD PAL Jaya Perusahaan Daerah Pengelolaan Air Limbah Jakarta/Jakarta Municipal Wastewater
Management Company
Pemda Pemerintah Daerah/Local Government
Perpamsi Persatuan Perusahaan Air Minum Seluruh Indonesia/Association of Indonesian Water
Supply Companies
Perbup Peraturan Bupati/Regent Regulation
Perda Peraturan Daerah/Regional Regulation
Pergub Peraturan Gubernur/Gubernatorial Regulation
Perkada Peraturan Kepala Daerah/Head of Regional Regulation
Perkim Dinas Perumahan dan Permukiman/Housing and Settlements Office
Permen Peraturan Menteri/Minister Regulation
Perwali Peraturan Walikota/Mayor Regulation
PHBS Perilaku Hidup Bersih Sehat/Healthy and Hygiene Behavior
PIRS Performance Indicator Reference Sheet
PKP2R Housing, Settlement and Spatial Planning Office/Dinas Perumahan, Kawasan
Permukiman, dan Penataan Ruang
PLP Penyehatan Lingkungan Permukiman/Environmental Sanitation
Pokja Kelompok Kerja/Working groups
Pokja AMPL Kelompok Kerja Air Minum dan Penyehatan Lingkungan/Working groups for water
supply and sanitation
PPP Public-Private Partnership

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PP&PA Dinas Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Perlindungan Anak/Office of Women’s
Empowerment and Child Protection
PPRG Perencanaan dan Penganggaran Responsif Gender/Gender-Responsive Planning and
Budgeting
PRESTASI Program to Extend Scholarships and Training to Achieve Sustainable Impacts
Propemperda Program Pembentukan Perda/ Regional Regulations Development Program
PSPLP Pengembangan Sistem Penyehatan Lingkungan Permukiman/Environmental Sanitation
System Development
PT Perseroan Terbatas/Limited Company
PUPR Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat/Ministry of Public Works and Housing
PUTR Pekerjaan Umum dan Tata Ruang/Public Works and Spatial Planning
P&V Poorest and Most Vulnerable
PY 1 Project Year 1
QPR Quarterly Progress Report
Raperbup Rancangan Peraturan Bupati/Draft for Regent Regulation
Ranperda Rancangan Peraturan Daerah/Draft for Regional Regulation
Renstra Rencana Strategis/ Strategic Plan
RISPAM Rencana Induk Sistem Penyediaan Air Minum/Water Supply System Master Plan
RKM Rencana Kerja Masyarakat/Community Action Plan
RPAM Rencana Pengamanan Air Minum/Water Safety Plan
RPJMD Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Daerah/Regional Medium Term
Development Plan
RPJMN Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional/National Medium Term
Development Plan
RW Rukun Warga/Neighborhood Unit
RT Rukun Tetangga/Smallest Neighborhood Unit
Rusunawa Rumah Susun Sederhana Sewa/Affordable Rental Flats
RF Results Framework
Sanimas Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat/Community Based Sanitation
SanDex Sanitation Index
SAT Self Assessment Template
SDG Sustainable Development Goal
Setda Sekretariat Daerah/Regional Secretariat
SIPA Surat Izin Pengambilan Air Tanah/Permit for Extraction of the Ground Water
SKPD Satuan Kerja Perangkat Daerah/Working Unit of Local Government
SMI Sarana Multi Infrastructure
SNI Standar Nasional Indonesia/Indonesian National Standard
SOP Standard Operating Procedures
SOTK Susunan Organisasi dan Tata Kerja/Organizational Structure and Work Procedures
SOW Scope of Work
SPAM Sistem Penyediaan Air Minum/Water Supply System
SR Sambungan Rumah/House Connection
SSEI South Sulawesi and Eastern Indonesia
SSK Strategi Sanitasi Kabupaten/Kota/ District/City Sanitation Strategy
STBM Sanitasi Total Berbasis Masyarakat/Community-Based Total Sanitation program
STP Septage Treatment Plant/Instalasi Pengolahan Lumpur Tinja (IPLT)
TAMIS Technical and Administrative Monitoring Information System

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TCA Technical Cooperation Agency
TIPP Tim Inti Perencanaan Partisipatif/Participative Planning Core Team
TJSLP Tanggung Jawab Sosial dan Lingkungan Perusahaan/Corporate Social and
Environmental Responsibility
TOR Term of Reference
TOT Training of Trainers
UPTD Unit Pelaksana Teknis Daerah/Regional Technical Implementing Unit
UPTPSL Unit Pelaksana Teknis Pengolahan Sampah dan Limbah/Technical Implementing Unit for
Waste Treatment
USAID U.S. Agency for International Development
USG United States Government
WASH Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
WASH-TA Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Technical Arrangement
WatSan Water and Sanitation
WB World Bank
WJDT West Java, DKI Jakarta and Tangerang
Wosusokas Regional raw water supply program comprising Wonogiri, Sukoharjo, Surakarta and
Karanganyar
WTP Water Treatment Plant
WWTP Wastewater Treatment Plant
WW Wastewater

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EXECUTIVE RINGKASAN
SUMMARY EKSEKUTIF
This is the first Annual Progress Report (APR) of Ini adalah Laporan Perkembangan Tahunan (APR)
the USAID Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and pertama dari USAID Indonesia Urban Water,
Hygiene, Penyehatan Lingkungan Untuk Semua Sanitation and Hygiene, Penyehatan Lingkungan untuk
(IUWASH PLUS) program. This APR covers the Semua. APR ini mencakup periode dari 22 Juni 2016
period from June 22, 2016, through September sampai September 2017, yang disebut sebagai Tahun
2017, which is referred to as Project Year 1 (or Pertama Proyek (atau “PY1”). Laporan ini juga
“PY1”). This report also incorporates the project’s mencakup Laporan Perkembangan Triwulan (QPR)
fifth Quarterly Progress Report (QPR), covering kelima, yang mencakup periode Juli sampai
the period of July through September 2017. September 2017.

USAID IUWASH PLUS is a five-year initiative USAID IUWASH PLUS merupakan sebuah prakarsa
designed to assist the Government of Indonesia dengan periode 5 tahun yang dirancang untuk
(GOI) in increasing access to water supply and mendukung Pemerintah Indonesia dalam
sanitation services as well as improving key hygiene meningkatkan akses air minum dan layanan sanitasi
behaviors among urban poor and vulnerable serta perbaikan perilaku higiene bagi masyarakat
populations. USAID IUWASH PLUS works with miskin dan kelompok rentan di perkotaan. USAID
governmental agencies, the private sector, NGOs, IUWASH PLUS bekerja sama dengan instansi
communities and others to achieve the following pemerintah, pihak swasta, LSM, kelompok
"high level" results: masyarakat, dan mitra lainnya untuk mencapai “hasil
utama” berikut ini:
1. An increase of one million people in urban 1. Penambahan satu juta penduduk perkotaan yang
areas with access to improved water supply mendapatkan akses kualitas layanan air minum
service quality, of which at least 500,000 are yang lebih baik, di mana 500.000 di antaranya
from the poorest 40% of the population (also adalah penduduk dari kelompok yang berada
referred to as the “Bottom 40%” or “B40”), dalam 40% tingkat kesejahteraan terendah dari
vulnerable groups or Indonesia’s eastern total populasi (juga dikenal dengan istilah
provinces; and “terbawah 40%” atau “B40”), kelompok rentan,
atau provinsi-provinsi di wilayah timur
Indonesia; dan
2. An increase of 500,000 people in urban areas 2. Penambahan 500.000 penduduk perkotaan yang
with access to safely managed sanitation and mendapatkan akses sanitasi yang dikelola secara
all of whom are from the "B40", vulnerable aman, dan seluruhnya merupakan kelompok
groups or Indonesia’s eastern provinces. yang berada dalam 40% tingkat kesejahteraan
terendah, kelompok rentan atau provinsi-
provinsi di wilayah timur Indonesia.

The WASH sector in Indonesia can be broadly Sektor air minum, sanitasi dan perilaku higiene
characterized as underperforming relative to other (WASH) di Indonesia secara luas dapat dicirikan
countries in the region. Low coverage by water dengan performanya yang masih tertinggal
utilities leads many household to rely on shallow dibandingkan negara lain di kawasan. Cakupan
wells and small-scale, unregulated private operators sarana air minum yang rendah membuat banyak

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for drinking water needs; the urban sanitation rumah tangga bergantung pada sumur dangkal dan
sector has only recently begun to develop operator swasta skala kecil yang tidak diatur untuk
comprehensive approaches to septage kebutuhan air minum; sektor sanitasi perkotaan
management; and basic hygiene behaviors, belakangan ini mulai mengembangkan pendekatan
influenced by poor water and sanitation coverage komprehensif terhadap pengelolaan lumpur tinja;
rates, have yet to reach acceptable norms. While dan perilaku higiene dasar, yang dipengaruhi oleh
many technical reasons can be cited for such tingkat cakupan air minum dan sanitasi yang buruk,
underperformance, a common theme relates to belum mencapai norma yang dapat diterima.
sector governance. As Indonesia continues to Meskipun banyak hal teknis dapat dijadikan alasan
adjust to the requirements of decentralization, terhadap kekurangan tersebut, terdapat kesamaan
many local government (LGs) have been hal yang berkaitan dengan tata kelola sektor. Pada
unprepared to take on responsibility for service saat Indonesia terus melakukan penyesuain dengan
provision; the challenge of which is severely persyaratan desentralisasi, banyak pemerintah
compounded by high rates of urban population daerah yang tidak siap untuk mengambil tanggung
growth. While the environmental impacts of the jawab atas penyediaan layanan air minum dan
above are felt across the urban population, it is sanitasi; sebuah tantangan yang juga diikuti dengan
especially poorer and vulnerable groups that suffer tingginya tingkat pertumbuhan penduduk perkotaan.
the most (from higher costs for services, increased Meskipun dampak lingkungan dari hal di atas
exposure to WASH-related disease, etc.). dirasakan oleh penduduk perkotaan, justru
kelompok yang lebih miskin dan rentan yang
menjadi kelompok yang paling menderita (atas biaya
pelayanan yang lebih tinggi, meningkatnya
kerentanan terhadap penyakit terkait WASH, dan
sebagainya).

Reasons for the above may be best understood Alasan di atas mungkin paling baik dipahami melalui
through the optic of a “WASH Ecosystem” which perspektif "Ekosistem WASH" yang memberikan
provides the basis for the overall approach of dasar bagi seluruh pendekatan USAID IUWASH
USAID IUWASH PLUS. This Ecosystem involves PLUS. Ekosistem ini melibatkan pelaku utama di
key actors in the sector (LGs, utilities, private sektor ini (Pemda, perusahaan daerah, sektor
sector companies, financial institutions, perusahaan swasta, lembaga keuangan, masyarakat,
communities, households, etc.) and seeks to rumah tangga, dan sebagainya) dan berusaha
strengthen how they are connected (financially, memperkuat keterkaitan mereka (secara finansial,
socially, politically, spatially, etc.) and how they sosial, politik, spasial, dan lain-lain.), dan bagaimana
exchange information and resources. With this in mereka bertukar informasi dan sumber daya.
mind, work in PY1 engaged a broad set of actors Dengan pemikiran ini, kegiatan di Tahun Pertama
(from poor households to central GOI agencies) Proyek (PY1) melibatkan sejumlah pelaku (dari
and led them through concerted sector reviews, rumah tangga miskin hingga lembaga pemerintah di
data collection and planning processes to build tingkat nasional) dan menghantarkan mereka melalui
consensus on required actions and serve as a tinjauan sektoral terpadu, pengumpulan data dan
platform for program development and, critically, proses perencanaan untuk membangun konsensus
resource mobilization in subsequent project years. terkait tindakan yang diperlukan dan berperan
sebagai platformn untuk pengembangan program
dan, secara kritis, memobilisasi sumber daya di
tahun-tahun proyek berikutnya.

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In light of the above, and to ensure that Berdasarkan hal di atas, dan memastikan
improvements in access to WASH services are peningkatan akses layanan air minum, sanitasi, dan
sustained, USAID IUWASH PLUS is guided by a perilaku higiene (WASH) secara berkelanjutan,
development hypothesis that focuses on USAID IUWASH PLUS mengacu pada hipotesis
strengthening service delivery systems, so they can pembangunan yang difokuskan pada penguatan
more effectively reach the poorest and most sistem layanan agar dapat lebih efektif menjangkau
vulnerable segments of the population. In order to masyarakat miskin dan kelompok rentan. Untuk
achieve this at scale, the program undertakes mencapai itu, program ini melakukan sejumlah
activities through four interrelated components, kegiatan melalui empat komponen yang saling
including: 1) improving household WASH services; terkait, meliputi: 1) peningkatan layanan sektor
2) strengthening city WASH institutional WASH di tingkat rumah tangga; 2) penguatan
performance; 3) strengthening the WASH financing kinerja kelembagaan WASH di tingkat kota; 3)
environment; and 4) advancing national WASH penguatan aspek pembiayaan sektor WASH; dan 4)
advocacy, coordination and communication. memajukan advokasi, koordinasi, dan komunikasi
sektor WASH.

The following summarizes key achievements and Berikut ini adalah rangkuman pencapaian utama dan
areas of IUWASH PLUS activity and involvement in area aktivitas dan keterlibatan USAID IUWASH
PY1. PLUS di Tahun Pertama Proyek (PY1).

Summary of Achievements: Rangkuman Pencapaian:


The primary focus of USAID IUWASH PLUS in Fokus utama USAID IUWASH PLUS dalam PY1
PY1 was on establishing a solid foundation for adalah membangun landasan yang kuat untuk
future programming. A major element in this pemrograman di masa mendatang. Elemen utama
process involved the selection of local government dalam proses ini melibatkan pemilihan mitra
(LG) partners that was more time-consuming than Pemerintah Daerah (Pemda) yang ternyata
anticipated and which meant that the program was memakan waktu lebih lama dari yang diantisipasi,
not able to influence local planning and budgeting yang menyebabkan program tidak dapat
processes for 2017 and ensure that partners had memengaruhi proses perencanaan dan
necessary complement of local resources available. penganggaran daerah untuk tahun 2017 dan
While this translated into fewer achievements than memastikan bahwa mitra memiliki sumber daya
foreseen as concerns High Level Results, USAID lokal pelengkap yang diperlukan. Meskipun ini dapat
IUWASH PLUS was still able to achieve the diartikan sebagai pencapaian yang lebih sedikit dari
following: yang diperkirakan terkait Hasil Utama, USAID
• Three (3) regulations supporting the IUWASH PLUS masih dapat mencapai hasil berikut:
promotion access to improved WASH • Tiga (3) peraturan yang mendukung akses
services. The regulations are in form of promosi terhadap layanan WASH yang lebih
Peraturan Daerah (Perda) and Peraturan Bupati baik. Peraturan tersebut berupa Peraturan
(Perbub). Daerah (Perda) dan Peraturan Bupati (Perbup).
• USD 66,666 leveraged from LGs to support • Dukungan sebesar USD 66.666 dari Pemda
the WASH sector improvement. untuk mendukung peningkatan sektor WASH.
• One (1) knowledge product developed in form • Satu (1) produk pengetahuan yang
of IEC material to support water supply, dikembangkan dalam bentuk materi Informasi,
sanitation, behavior change & marketing Edukasi, Komunikasi untuk mendukung akses air
(Panduan Praktis Pengkajian Partisipatif dan minum, sanitasi, perubahan perilaku &
Pemicuan). pemasaran (Panduan Praktis Pengkajian
Partisipatif dan Pemicuan).

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• Six (6) knowledge events conducted and that • Enam (6) kegiatan pengetahuan yang
addressed GIS utilization among PDAMs, O&M dilaksanakan dan ditujukan untuk pemanfaatan
of communal sanitation systems, Water Safety SIG oleh PDAM, Pengoperasian dan Perawatan
Planning (Rencana Pengamanan Air Minum, sistem sanitasi komunal, Rencana Pengamanan
RPAM), septage management services, and Air Minum (RPAM), layanan pengelolaan tinja,
CSR). dan CSR.
• 140 people with increased • 140 orang memperoleh peningkatan
knowledge/skills/awareness as a result of pengetahuan/keterampilan/kesadaran setelah
events/ workshops. mengikuti lokakarya.
• 34 people with increased • 34 orang memperoleh peningkatan
knowledge/skills/awareness specifically on pengetahuan/keterampilan/kesadaran tentang
Water Safety Planning as a result of Rencana Pengamanan Air Minum setelah
events/workshops. mengikuti lokakarya.
• 20,557 people participating in USAID IUWASH • 20.557 orang berpartisipasi dalam kegiatan
PLUS training related activities. pelatihan USAID IUWASH PLUS.
• 531 people trained with USG assistance to • 531 orang telah dilatih dengan bantuan
advance outcomes consistent with gender Pemerintah AS untuk meningkatkan hasil yang
equality or female empowerment through their konsisten dengan kesetaraan gender atau
roles in public or private sector institutions or pemberdayaan perempuan melalui peran
organizations mereka di institusi atau organisasi sektor publik
atau swasta.

Engagement with National Agencies: Keterlibatan dengan Lembaga Nasional:


• Tim Teknis: Conducted approximately • Tim Teknis: Melaksanakan pertemuan triwulan
quarterly meetings of USAID IUWASH PLUS dengan anggota Tim Teknis USAID IUWASH
Technical Team members (from Bappenas, PLUS (dari Bappenas, Kemen PUPR, dan
MPWH and MOH) to review progress and key Kemenkes) untuk meninjau kemajuan dan
implementation issues. Also initiated sector- masalah utama penerapan program. Selain itu
based monthly meetings which may be juga telah memulai pertemuan bulanan berbasis
institutionalized to provide improved sektor yang dapat dilembagakan untuk
monitoring and adjustments in programming. melakukan monitoring dan penyesuaian yang
lebih baik dalam pemrograman.
• Bappenas: In addition to engaging Bappenas for • Bappenas: Selain melibatkan Bappenas untuk
support throughout program implementation dukungan selama pelaksanaan program (dari
(from site selection to conducting pemilihan lokasi hingga pelaksanaan lokakarya
“Framework” workshops), also worked closely "Kerangka Kerja"), juga bekerja sama dengan
with this agency in specific technical areas such Bappenas di bidang teknis, seperti
as the development of a national approach to pengembangan pendekatan nasional untuk
Water Safety Planning and the establishment of Perencanaan Pengamanan Air Minum dan
a national policy on microfinance in the WASH penyusunan kebijakan nasional mengenai
sector. pembiayaan mikro di sektor WASH.
• Ministry of Public Works and • Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan
Housing/Directorate of Water Supply System Perumahan/Direktorat Pengembangan Sistem
Development: Continued to prepare NRW Penyediaan Air Minum: Melanjutkan persiapan
and Energy Efficiency programs, provided program Air Tidak Berekening (Non Revenue
support to the Center of Excellence (COE) Water/NRW) dan Efisiensi Energi, memberikan
initiative, as well as advanced in the dukungan terhadap inisiatif dari Pusat

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development of regional water supply Keunggulan (Center of Excellence/COE), serta
initiatives such as MEBIDANG. memajukan Regionalisasi Pasokan Air Minum
seperti Mebidang.
• Ministry of Public Works and • Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan
Housing/Directorate of Environmental Rakyat/Direktorat Pengembangan Penyehatan
Sanitation Development: Continued to work Lingkungan Permukiman: Melanjutkan kerja
closely on key urban sanitation topics, sama terkait topik sanitasi utama di perkotaan,
including: FSM program development, waste termasuk: pengembangan program FSM,
water regulation development and work on pengembangan peraturan air limbah, dan
innovative IPLT design. mengerjakan desain IPLT yang inovatif.
• Ministry of Health/Directorate of • Kementerian Kesehatan/Direktorat Kesehatan
Environmental Health: Continued to support Lingkungan: Melanjutkan dukungan terhadap
the STBM Unit such as through support of a STBM, di antaranya dukungan dalam rakornas
national STBM conference, joint review of STBM, kajian bersama untuk kegiatan Riset
Formative Research activities and work on the Formatif, dan mengembangkan pendekatan
development of formal approach to STBM in formal STBM di kawasan perkotaan.
urban areas.

Engagement with Local Governments: Keterlibatan dengan Pemerintah Daerah:


The Project worked closely with all of its 32 local Proyek ini bekerja sama dengan 32 mitra
government (LG) partners, especially as concerns Pemerintah Daerah (Pemda), terutama terkait
the development of 5-Year Workplans and dengan pengembangan Rencana Kerja dan
Partnership Agreements (PAs) that set forth how Kesepakatan Kemitraan 5 Tahun (PA) yang
the parties will work together over the course of menetapkan bagaimana kedua belah pihak akan
USAID IUWASH PLUS implementation and the bekerja sama selama pelaksanaan USAID IUWASH
specific areas they will address. By the end of PY1, PLUS dan bidang spesifik yang akan dihadapi. Pada
a total of 35 PAs had been signed (of a planned akhir PY1, sebanyak 35 PA telah ditandatangani
total of 40 which includes PAs with several (dari total 40 PA, termasuk PA dengan beberapa
provincial-level governments). pemerintah tingkat provinsi).

Specialized Data Collection: Given the need Pengumpulan Data Khusus: Mengingat
for robust monitoring and evaluation (M&E) under perlunya pemantauan dan evaluasi yang kuat (M &
USAID IUWASH PLUS, work in PY1 was also E) di bawah USAID IUWASH PLUS, kegiatan di
punctuated by the development, testing and PY1 juga ditandai dengan pengembangan,
refinement of several specialized data collection pengujian, dan penyempurnaan beberapa sistem
systems. Such systems relate to: pengumpulan data yang khusus. Sistem tersebut
berkaitan dengan:
• Determining beneficiary wealth and which • Penentuan tingkat kesejahteraan penerima
involved the development of a mobile phone manfaat yang melibatkan pengembangan aplikasi
application (using a USAID-supported program telepon seluler (menggunakan program mWater
called mWater); yang didukung oleh USAID);
• Measuring institutional performance that • Pengukuran kinerja kelembagaan yang
entailed the development of detailed indices memerlukan pengembangan indeks terperinci
for water utilities (PDAM), municipal sanitation untuk perusahaan daerah air minum (PDAM),
systems and LG WASH sector governance; and sistem sanitasi kota, dan tata kelola sektor
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• Establishing what can be considered as a • Penyusunan sesuatu yang dapat dianggap sebagai
natural average rate of increase of PDAM tingkat kenaikan rata-rata alami dari sambungan
water supply connections (that which can be air minum PDAM (yang diperkirakan dapat
expected to occur in the absence of USAID terjadi tanpa keberadaan USAID IUWASH
IUWASH PLUS) and which will be used to PLUS) dan yang akan digunakan untuk
measure program impact on piped water mengukur dampak program pada perluasan
coverage expansion. cakupan pipa air minum.

Key Programmatic Highlights: Organized Sorotan Program Kunci: Disusun berdasarkan


according to the Programs four (4) components, empat (4) komponen Program, hala-hal utama yang
highlights during the course of PY1 included: disorot selama pelaksanaan PY1 meliputi:

Behavior Change and Marketing Perubahan Perilaku dan Pemasaran


(Component 1) (Komponen 1)
• Conducted and completed initial analysis of • Melaksanakan dan menyelesaikan analisis data
formative research data and prepared initial Riset Formatif dan mempersiapkan presentasi
presentations on key findings and observations. awal tentang temuan dan hasil observasi yang
utama.
• Within the first year of implementation, • Dalam tahun pertama pelaksanaan, kegiatan
initiated key STBM activities including utama STBM yang telah dimulai meliputi
community entry, participatory assessment, kegiatan bersama masyarakat (community entry),
triggering and action plan development at pengkajian partisipatif, pemicuan, dan
targeted LG locations (hotspots). pengembangan rencana aksi di lokasi Pemda
yang ditargetkan (hotspot).
• Supported a number of national and local • Mendukung sejumlah acara tingkat lokal dan
events to promote WASH behavior change nasional untuk mempromosikan perubahan
including during Indonesian Independence Day perilaku WASH termasuk dalam Acara Hari
as well as Global Handwashing Day events. Kemerdekaan Indonesia dan juga Hari Cuci
Tangan Pakai Sabun Sedunia.
• Supported MOH in promoting the • Mendukung Kemenkes dalam mendorong
development of approaches to STBM pengembangan pendekatan penerapan STBM
implementation that can be applied in urban yang dapat dilaksanakan di daerah perkotaan
areas and which, based on MOH request, will yang, berdasarkan permintaan Kemenkes, akan
be followed up by the development of an ditindaklanjuti dengan pengembangan Panduan
Urban STBM Guide in the coming year. STBM Perkotaan di tahun berikutnya.
• With support from local district health offices, • Dengan dukungan dari dinas kesehatan
developed and began implementation of kabupaten setempat, mengembangkan dan
programs to improve the capacity of health memulai pelaksanakan program untuk
cadres, sanitarians, community leaders, PKK meningkatkan kapasitas kader kesehatan,
members and other community-based sanitarian, tokoh masyarakat, anggota PKK, dan
organization representatives to contribute to perwakilan organisasi berbasis masyarakat
WASH promotion and product marketing. lainnya untuk turut berkontribusi dalam
promosi dan pemasaran produk WASH.
• Widely shared urban WASH promotional • Pembagian materi promosi WASH perkotaan
materials and programming guides with LG dan panduan program secara luas kepada mitra
partners, many of which have been Pemda, dan banyak dari materi itu sudah mulai
subsequently adopted. diadopsi.

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• Initiated WASH product marketing activities • Memulai kegiatan pemasaran produk WASH
through mapping WASH entrepreneurs and melalui pemetaan wirausaha dan rantai pasok
supply chains, building capacity of potential WASH, membangun kapasitas wirausaha yang
entrepreneurs, and beginning to develop berpotensi, dan mulai membangun hubungan
linkages between suppliers and potential MFIs. antara pemasok produk WASH dan LKM yang
potensial.
• Initiated the development of poor-inclusive • Memulai pengembangan pendekatan inklusif bagi
approaches to WASH service provision in a masyarakat miskin untuk penyediaan layanan
limited set or areas such as through the WASH dalam wilayah yang terbatas seperti
development of Master Meter programs in melalui pengembangan program Master Meter di
Surabaya. Surabaya.

WASH Institutional Strengthening Penguatan Kelembagaan WASH


(Component 2) (Komponen 2)
• Developed and completed baseline data • Menyusun dan melengkapi pengumpulan data
collection for the PDAM Performance Index dasar untuk Indeks Kinerja PDAM yang
which measures performance across a broad mengukur kinerja di seluruh parameter
set of parameters (financial, service provision, (keuangan, penyediaan layanan, operasional,
operations, human resources, administration, sumber daya manusia, administrasi, dan
and raw water availability). Also provided ketersediaan air baku). Selain itu juga telah
training to partner PDAMs in Index completion memberikan pelatihan untuk PDAM mitra
so that future data can be collected by the tentang cara penyelesaian indeks, sehingga
PDAMs themselves. Further established a nantinya PDAM dapat melakukan pengumpulan
baseline for the nominal rate of increase of data sendiri. Selanjutnya juga telah dilakukan
household connections for most PDAMs and penyusunan dasar (baseline) untuk tingkat
which will be used in program monitoring and nominal peningkatan koneksi rumah tangga
evaluation. untuk sebagian besar PDAM yang akan
digunakan dalam monitoring dan evaluasi
program.
• Initiated Non-Revenue Water (NRW) • Menginisiasi Program Pengurangan Air Tidak
reduction programs with 10 partner PDAMs Berekening (NRW) dengan 10 PDAM mitra
and Efficiency Energy (EE) programs for dan program Energi Efisiensi dengan 5 mitra
another five (5). Both programs are closely lainnya. Kedua program itu dikoodinasikan
coordinated with MPWH and the World Bank. dengan baik dengan Kemen PUPR dan Bank
Also identified a national technical academy Dunia. Selain itu juga mengidentifikasi Akatirta
(Akatirta Wiyata) as a target of capacity Wiyata sebagai target dukungan peningkatan
development support to improve the kapasitas untuk meningkatkan ketersediaan
availability of technical resources nationally. sumber daya teknis nasional.
• Supported the MPWH “Centre of Excellence” • Mendukung Program Pusat Keunggulan (COE)
(COE) Program through the preparation of Kemen PUPR melalui penyusunan modul
training modules related to GIS and water pelatihan terkait SIG dan produksi air minum,
production, as well as through evaluating serta melalui evaluasi materi pelatihan terkait
training materials related to financial and manajemen keuangan dan akuntansi (FAM).
accounting management (FAM). Further Selanjutnya juga telah melakukan atau
conducted or assisted in conducting GIS membantu pelatihan SIG untuk 52 PDAM,
trainings for 52 PDAMs, water production pelatihan produksi air minum untuk 29 PDAM
training for 29 PDAMs and FAM for 10 PDAMs dan FAM untuk 10 PDAM (dengan catatan

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(noting that many participants were from non- bahwa banyak peserta yang bukan berasal dari
IUWASH PLUS areas). daerah dampingan USAID IUWASH PLUS).
• Provided substantial support in the • Memberikan dukungan substansial dalam
development of safely managed sanitation pengembangan sistem sanitasi yang aman
systems through: the development of a melalui: penyusunan Indeks Sanitasi (dinamakan
Sanitation Index (dubbed the “SanDex”) to "SanDex") untuk mengukur kondisi pengelolaan
measure the state of wastewater management air limbah di kota mitra; (bersama USAID
in partner municipalities; the organization of PRESTASI) mengorganisasi keikutsertaan
the participation (with USAID PRESTASI) of a delegasi yang terdiri dari 36 profesional
delegation of 36 Indonesian sector Indonesia pada Konferensi Fecal Sludge
professionals at the Fourth International Fecal Management (FSM) keempat di Chennai
Sludge Management (FSM) Conference in (bersamaan dengan program untuk tindak
Chennai (along with a program for on-going lanjut dan pertukaran yang sedang
follow-up and exchange); the development of a berlangsung); pengembangan konsep untuk
concept for advancing in the establishment of a memajukan pembentukan strategi FSM
national FSM strategy; assisting in the nasional; membantu pengembangan program
development of an international wastewater ganda (twinning) untuk manajemen limbah
management ‘twinning’ program expected to internasional yang diharapkan akan diawasi dan
be overseen by the funded by the Bill and didanai oleh Yayasan Bill and Melinda Gates
Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF); (BMGF); pengembangan konsep program
development of a concept for a similar ganda serupa di Indonesia yang akan dikelola
‘twinning’ program within Indonesia to be oleh Forum Komunikasi Operator Air Limbah
overseen by the National Forum for Waste Nasional (FORKALIM); dan selanjutnya bekerja
Water Operators (FORKALIM); and further secara independen dan bersama USAID
worked independently and with USAID PRESTASI untuk mengembangkan dan
PRESTASI to develop and implement a melaksanakan program untuk memperbaiki
program to improve the design of Septage desain Instalasi Pengolahan Lumpur Tinja
Treatment Plants (Instalasi Pengolahan Lumpur (IPLT).
Tinja or “IPLT”).
• Developed and completed baseline data • Mengembangkan dan melengkapi pengumpulan
collection in support of a Governance Index data dasar (baseline) untuk Indeks
(dubbed the “GoDex”) to measure LG Pemerintahan (dikenal sebagai GoDex) untuk
performance in terms of sector budgetary mengukur kinerja Pemda di bidang dukungan
support, citizen involvement, the regulatory pengganggaran sektor, keterlibatan masyarakat,
environment and multiple other areas. lingkungan peraturan, dan beberapa area
lainnya.
• Established a list of essential WASH regulations • Menyusun daftar peraturan penting WASH
that each LG should have in place; developed yang perlu ada di setiap Pemda; menyusun
an inventory of existing WASH-related inventaris peraturan terkait WASH yang ada di
regulations among partner LGs and facilitated antara para Pemda mitra dan memfasilitasi
work on 11 new regulations (2 for water penyusunan 11 peraturan baru (2 untuk air
supply, 6 for waste water management and 3 minum, 6 untuk pengelolaan air limbah, dan 3
others). untuk bidang lainnya).
• Assisted 13 LGs and related national • Membantu 13 Pemda dan lembaga nasional
institutions in developing programs for the terkait dalam mengembangkan program untuk
protection, management, and allocation of raw perlindungan, pengelolaan, dan alokasi sumber
water resources, especially through the air baku, terutama melalui pengembangan

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development of improved approaches to pendekatan yang lebih baik untuk
Water Safety Plan (Rencana Pengamanan Air pengembangan Rencana Pengamanan Air
Minum or RPAM) development. Minum (RPAM).

WASH Financing (Component 3) Pembiayaan Sektor WASH (Komponen 3)


• Collected baseline data to establish the level of • Mengumpulkan data dasar untuk menetapkan
LG sector budget allocations and which is used tingkat alokasi anggaran sektor Pemerintah
in both program M&E as well as advocacy to Daerah (Pemda) yang akan digunakan dalam
LG partners for strengthening financial support program monitoring dan evaluasi (M&E) sekaligus
to the sector; advokasi kepada mitra Pemda untuk
memperkuat dukungan finansial terhadap sektor
ini;
• Worked towards the development of new • Bekerja untuk pengembangan mekanisme
financing mechanisms in the form of a national pembiayaan baru dalam bentuk kebijakan
policy and funding facility for microfinance in nasional dan fasilitas untuk pembiayaan mikro di
the WASH sector, as well as in support of sektor WASH, serta mendukung Pengumpulan
provincial-level Water Funding Pools to Dana Air Minum (Water Funding Pools) tingkat
facilitate access by PDAMs to needed long- provinsi untuk memfasilitasi akses dari PDAM
term finance. The former activity will continue terhadap pembiayaan jangka panjang yang
in PY2 through the development of a WASH dibutuhkan. Kegiatan yang berlangsung
Microfinance tool kit and continued facilitation sebelumnya akan berlanjut di PY2 melalui
of the policy development process. Work in pengembangan perangkat pembiayaan mikro
the development of Water Funding Pools will WASH dan melanjutkan fasilitasi proses
also continue through more in-depth legal and pengembangan kebijakan. Kegiatan
regulatory analysis; pengembangan Pengumpulan Dana Air Minum
juga akan berlanjut melalui analisis hukum dan
peraturan yang lebih mendalam;
• Throughout PY1, facilitated the development • Sepanjang PY1, telah memfasilitasi
of the MEBIDANG water regionalization pengembangan program regionalisasi air
program in North Sumatra and which is one of MEBIDANG di Sumatra Utara yang merupakan
few examples of cross-boundary water supply salah satu dari sedikit contoh pengembangan air
development. Based on this work, USAID minum lintas batas. Berdasarkan kegiatan ini,
IUWASH PLUS also became involved in a USAID IUWASH PLUS juga terlibat dalam
similar planned effort in Central Java referred program serupa di Jawa Tengah, yaitu
to as WOSUSOKAS; WOSUSOKAS;
• Provided financial analyses and tariff • Menyediakan analisis keuangan dan perhitungan
calculations in support of a wide variety of tarif untuk mendukung berbagai inisiatif dari
initiatives from feasibility studies related to studi kelayakan yang terkait dengan instalasi
planned water treatments plants to the pengolahan air yang direncanakan untuk
establishment of improved septage penyusunan program pengelolaan tinja yang
management programs; lebih baik;
• Actively supported the development of • Secara aktif mendukung pengembangan
business-to-business (B2B) partnerships for kemitraan antara pelaku bisnis (business-to-
specific infrastructure initiatives, such as the business/B2B) untuk inisiatif infrastruktur yang
construction of water treatment plants (WTPs) spesifik, contohnya pembangunan Instalasi
in Gresik and Medan. Have further worked to Pengolahan Air (IPA) di Gresik dan Medan.
identify other prospects for public private Selain itu juga telah mengidentifikasi prospek

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partnerships (PPPs) across all project work lainnya untuk Kemitraan Publik Swasta (KPS) di
areas and which will continue into PY2. seluruh wilayah kerja proyek, yang juga akan
dilanjutkan dalam PY2.
• Conducted a series of meetings at the • Melaksanakan rangkaian kegiatan di tingkat
provincial and local levels to promote provinsi dan lokal untuk mendorong
increased involvement by MFIs in the WASH peningkatan keterlibatan LKM di sektor WASH.
sector. Also initiated a study on market Selain itu juga memulai studi segmentasi pasar
segmentation to establish how well current untuk menentukan sebaik apa program
microfinance programs are meeting the needs pembiayaan mikro saat ini dapat memenuhi
of the B40 and how these may be improved in kebutuhan kelompok B40 dan bagaimana hal itu
terms of targeting. dapat ditingkatkan dalam hal penargetan.

National WASH Advocacy, Coordination Advokasi, Koordinasi, dan Komunikasi


and Communications (Component 4) WASH Nasional (Komponen 4)
• Throughout PY1, provided support to multiple • Sepanjang PY1, telah memberikan dukungan
national-level coordination bodies such as the kepada beberapa badan koordinasi tingkat
national-level WASH sector working group nasional seperti Pokja AMPL dan Sekretariat
(Pokja AMPL) and MOH STBM Secretariat. STBM Kemenkes. Upaya yang telah dilakukan
Such efforts included: implementation of a meliputi: melaksanakan lokakarya 'kerangka
‘framework’ workshop to define next steps in kerja' untuk menentukan langkah selanjutnya
assessing and reaching consensus on how to dalam menilai dan mencapai konsensus tentang
best strengthen the Pokja; support of the bagaimana memperkuat Pokja dengan sebaik-
MOH STBM program such as through baiknya; dukungan program STBM Kemenkes
assistance in conducting the STBM national seperti membantu pelaksanaan rapat koordinasi
coordination meeting (or Rakornas); and nasional STBM (atau Rakornas); dan dukungan
overarching support to the development of menyeluruh untuk pengembangan pendekatan
improved approaches to improved Water yang lebih baik untuk Perencanaan Pengamanan
Safety Planning (see above). Air Minum (lihat di atas).
• In light of its overall complexity, contributed • Mengingat seluruh kompleksitas yang ada, telah
substantially to the initiation of a program in turut berkontribusi secara substansial terhadap
DKI Jakarta to develop a “Grand Design” inisiasi dari sebuah program di DKI Jakarta
document which will serve as an important untuk mengembangkan dokumen "Grand Design"
reference in the process of articulating the yang akan menjadi referensi penting dalam
area’s next regional mid-term development proses perumusan Rencana Pembangunan
plan (RPJMD) which will run from 2018 to Jangka Menengah Daerah (RPJMD ) yang akan
2022. Work in PY1 also involved development berjalan dari tahun 2018 sampai 2022. Kegiatan
of an interactive map to display various data di PY1 juga melibatkan pengembangan peta
related to WASH and which was very well interaktif untuk menampilkan berbagai data yang
received by relevant stakeholders. berkaitan dengan WASH dan telah diterima
dengan baik oleh pemangku kepentingan terkait.
• During the PY1, produced a wide range of • Selama PY1, telah menghasilkan berbagai macam
program communications and knowledge produk komunikasi dan pengetahuan, termasuk
products, including factsheets, manuals, the lembar informasi, panduan, situs web USAID
USAID IUWASH PLUS website, two editions IUWASH PLUS, dan dua edisi buletin
of an E-newsletter. Also made maximum use of elektronik. Juga telah memanfaatkan media
social media (such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.) sosial secara maksimal (seperti Facebook,
and contributed to multiple outside Twitter, dll.) dan turut berkontribusi pada

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publications such as an STBM E-newsletter and beberapa publikasi dari luar seperti buletin
the Percik Magazine published by the Pokja elektronik STBM dan Majalah Percik yang
AMPL. diterbitkan Pokja AMPL.
• In support of Corporate Social Responsibility • Untuk mendukung kegiatan Tanggung Jawab
(CSR) activities, USAID IUWASH PLUS: Sosial Perusahaan (CSR), USAID IUWASH
developed a menu of possible WASH activities PLUS telah menyusun daftar aktivitas WASH
for potential CSR partnerships; supported the untuk kemitraan CSR yang berpotensi;
enlargement of the CSR Forum in Tangerang mendukung pengembangan Forum CSR di
District; initiated development of CSR Kabupaten Tangerang; memulai pengembangan
partnerships in Gresik District and the City of kemitraan CSR di Kabupaten Gresik dan Kota
Ternate; and held a series of discussions at the Ternate; dan mengadakan serangkaian diskusi di
national level on how to better mainstream the tingkat nasional tentang bagaimana
use of CSR in local WASH programming. mengarusutamakan pemanfaatan CSR secara
lebih baik dalam program WASH tingkat lokal.
• Actively engaged with media across all program • Secara aktif melibatkan media di semua program
for a wide range of specific events as well as untuk berbagai acara yang spesifik dan juga
for general orientation of journalists to WASH memberikan orientasi umum tentang isu-isu
sector development issues. pembangunan sektor WASH kepada jurnalis.

Local Sustainability and Innovation Komponen Keberlanjutan Lokal dan Inovasi


Component (LSIC): (LSIC):
 Initiated work under the LSIC through a grant • Memulai pekerjaan di bawah LSIC melalui
for the development of Open Source hibah untuk pengembangan perangkat keras
hardware, specifically to develop and pilot test Open Source, khususnya untuk mengembangkan
a prototype of a real-time water pressure dan menguji prototipe sensor tekanan air.
sensor.
 Also developed a number of new LSIC • Selain itu juga mengembangkan sejumlah
initiatives in the form of Concept Notes inisiatif LSIC yang baru dalam bentuk Catatan
addressing key sector issues such areas as: Konsep yang membahas masalah di sektor
development of a RPAM national framework; utama seperti: pengembangan kerangka
the upgrading septic tanks; the development of nasional RPAM; peningkatan tangki septik;
septage management services; participatory pengembangan layanan pengelolaan lumpur
development of IPLTs design; the construction tinja; pengembangan desain IPLT secara
of communal septic systems in densely partisipatif; pembangunan sistem septik
populated neighborhoods; the development of komunal di lingkungan padat penduduk;
Master Meter systems at scale; and the pengembangan sistem Master Meter dengan
strengthening of the National Association for skala besar; dan penguatan Forum Komunikasi
Domestic Waste Water Operators, Operator Air Limbah Nasional (FORKALIM).
FORKALIM.

Gender Programming: Program Gender:


• Conducted an internal and external gender • Melakukan pengkajian gender internal dan
assessment to establish staff and stakeholder eksternal untuk membangun pemahaman dan
(institutional and community-level) pengetahuan para staf dan pemangku
understanding and knowledge related to kepentingan (tingkat institusi dan masyarakat)
gender issues and programming. The results of terkait isu dan program gender. Hasil penilaian

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this assessment will be used as the basis of the ini akan dijadikan dasar pengembangan strategi
development of gender mainstreaming strategy. pengarusutamaan gender.
• Established a project-level Gender Working • Membentuk Kelompok Kerja Berbasis Gender
Group (GWG) composed of staff (8 male, 7 (GWG) tingkat proyek yang stafnya terdiri dari
female) that will serve as a platform for 8 laki-laki, 7 perempuan, yang akan menjadi
addressing gender issues and effectively platform untuk menangani masalah gender dan
mainstreaming gender programming secara efektif mengarusutamakan program
throughout the course of program gender selama pelaksanaan program.
implementation.
• Began a limited set of gender capacity building • Memulai serangkaian kegiatan peningkatan
activities (largely built around the above) and kapasitas gender yang terbatas (berdasarkan
which will be substantially expanded in PY2, hal-hal yang disebutkan di atas) yang akan
such as through Gender Responsive Planning diperluas secara substansial dalam PY2, seperti
and Budgeting (Perencanaan dan Penganggaran melalui program Perencanaan dan
Responsif Gender/PPRG) program. Penganggaran Responsif Gender (PPRG).

Planned Activities for the Next Reporting Rencana Kegiatan untuk Periode Pelaporan
Period: In addition to continued work in all of the Berikutnya: Sebagai tambahan untuk melanjutkan
above areas, the following Quarter will focus on kegiatan pada berbagai bidang yang telah
the initiation of PY2 activities as set forth in the disebutkan di atas, Triwulan berikutnya akan fokus
Annual Workplan for PY2. pada inisiasi kegiatan PY2 seperti yang tercantum
pada Rencana Kerja Tahunan untuk PY2.

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1 INTRODUCTION
This is the first Annual Progress Report (APR) of the USAID Indonesia Urban Water, Sanitation and
Hygiene, Penyehatan Lingkungan Untuk Semua (IUWASH PLUS) program. This APR covers the period
from June 22, 2016, through September 2017, which is referred to as Project Year 1 (or “PY1”).
This report also incorporates the project’s fifth Quarterly Progress Report (QPR), covering the
period of July through September 2017. While the focus is on activities, achievements and issues
encountered during the annual period, activities undertaken during the latest quarter are also noted
so that progress registered and issues encountered can be appropriately recorded and gauged.

The USAID IUWASH PLUS program is a five-year 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:

• An increase of one million 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
• An increase of 500,000 people in urban areas with access to safely managed sanitation and all
of whom are from the "B40", vulnerable groups or Indonesia’s eastern provinces.

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 32 cities and districts in eight (8) high priority provinces
(see Exhibit 1) and undertakes activities through four interrelated components focusing 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
IUWASH PLUS also seeks to stimulate innovation and cultivate local expertise in the sector through
a Local Sustainability and Innovation Component (LSIC).

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 project 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 national development sector needs.

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Exhibit 1. The Urban WASH Ecosystem.

National WASH financing


Component 3

National WASH advocacy,


coordination and communication
Component 4
City/District WASH Institutions
Component 2

Local WASH financing


Component 3
Household WASH Services and Products
Component 1

1.1 OVERVIEW OF PY1


In PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS worked under the theme “Building the Foundation” which focused
on: putting into place the resources and systems required for successful program implementation;
leveraging previous USAID investments in the WASH sector; developing and rolling out new
approaches to address the particular needs of the poor; and establishing effective relationships and
understandings with a wide range of partners and stakeholders. Some of the program’s more
noteworthy efforts during the period entailed:

• Establishment of Effective Relations with National Partners: Building on the framework


provided by USAID’s overarching agreement with the GOI, this involved the development and
implementation of critical coordination mechanisms with national GOI partners, as well as
USAID IUWASH PLUS support for multiple national events with Bappenas, MPWH, the MOH
and others.
• Site selection: During the first four months of the Project, the USAID IUWASH PLUS team
worked closely with key national stakeholders (Bappenas, MPWH and MOH), USAID, and local
stakeholders to identify the program’s local government (LG) partners within each region
(Exhibit 2).

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Exhibit 2: List of Potential Partner LGs by Region and Cluster.

North Sumatra WJDT Central Java East Java SSEI

1. Kota Medan 1. DKI Jakarta 1. Kota Surakarta 1. Kota Surabaya 1.Kota Makassar
2. Kota Tebing Tinggi 2. Kab. Tangerang 2. Kab. Sukoharjo 2. Kab. Gresik 2.Kab. Barru
3. Kota Sibolga 3. Kota Bekasi 3. Kota Salatiga 3. Kab. Sidoarjo 3.Kab. Bantaeng
4. Kota Pem. Siantar 4. Kab. Bogor 4. Kab. Magelang 4. Kota Malang 4.Kab. Bulukumba
5. Kab. Deli Serdang 5. Kota Bogor 5. Kota Magelang 5. Kota Probolinggo 5.Kab. Maluku
6. Kota Depok 6. Kab. Probolinggo Tengah
7. Kab. Karawang 7. Kab. Lumajang 6.Kota Ternate
7.Kota Jayapura
8.Kab. Jayapura
(Kab.: kabupaten/district, Kota: city)

• Local Stakeholder Engagement: This involved an array of activities designed to increase


ownership of USAID IUWASH PLUS activities among local partners and included: a series of
“consultative” activities to reach a common understanding of sector challenges and available
resources; data collection to establish baselines from which progress can be measured; the
selection of specific “Hotspots” within each LG where community-based activities will be
especially targeted; the development of broad 5-year work plans with each LG; and the
conducting of LG Visioning Workshops and signing of Partnership Agreements to formalize
understandings for long-term collaboration.
• Establishment of Monitoring and Evaluation Systems: Included under this heading
was the development of the project’s Activity Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (AMEP); the
development of specific “performance indices” in the areas of water supply, sanitation and
governance; the collection of baseline data; and, importantly, the development and testing of
wealth indexing tools and processes.
• Conducting of Specialized Research: Understanding that a lot of additional information
is required to reach the specialized targets of USAID IUWASH PLUS, the project initiated
several research efforts related to behavior change, WASH product marketing, microfinance,
etc.
• Leveraging of Previous USAID Investments in WASH: Ensuring that previous
investments in the sector would be used to maximum effect, USAID IUWASH PLUS built on
earlier USAID IUWASH-supported programming in such areas as urban septage
management, WASH institutional development, urban sanitation promotion, water supply
regionalization, the strengthening of the WASH regulatory environment, etc.
• Launch the Local Sustainability and Innovation Component (LSIC): During PY1,
USAID IUWASH PLUS launched the LSIC to stimulate WASH innovations designed to
strengthen community, private sector and government WASH service provision.
• Operational Start-Up: As a necessary corollary to all of the above, the Project also
completed operational start-up in its initial months of operation, including the establishment
of offices in all regions and establishment of project management support systems across all
work areas.

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1.2 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENTS
In addition to the implementation of activities as set forth in approved work plans, 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). During PY1, and despite advances
under many Outcome areas, there was less progress than anticipated in reaching High Level results.
This was primarily due to a lengthier than anticipated process for selecting partner local
governments, which meant that the program was not able to influence local planning and budgeting
processes for 2017—and ensure that partners had necessary use of available local resources.
Nonetheless, the project did achieve the following:

• Three (3) regulations supporting the promotion access to improved WASH services were
implemented. The regulations are in the form of two Peraturan Daerah (Perda) and one
Peraturan Bupati (Perbub).
• USD 66,666.67 was leveraged from Local Government to support the WASH
improvement.
• One (1) knowledge product was developed in the form of IEC material to support water
supply, sanitation, behavior change & marketing (Panduan Praktis Pengkajian Partisipatif dan
Pemicuan)
• Six (6) knowledge events were conducted to discuss topics of GIS for PDAM, Operation
and Maintenance of community-based organization managed the communal sanitation
systems, Water Safety Plan (Rencana Pengamanan Air Minum/RPAM), septage management
system and CSR.
• 140 people were trained with increased knowledge/skills/awareness as a result of
events/workshops
• 34 people were trained with increased knowledge/skills/awareness specifically on Water
Safety Plan (Rencana Pengamanan Air Minum/RPAM) as a result of events/workshops
• 20,557 people participated in USAID IUWASH PLUS training related activities
• 531 people were trained with USG assistance to advance outcomes consistent with gender
equality or female empowerment through their roles in public or private sector institutions
or organizations

As set forth above, and perhaps more notable than the achievement of initial Outcomes, USAID
IUWASH PLUS devoted substantial effort to national and local stakeholder engagement and planning,
which is expected to serve the project well as it moves forward. Finally, 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, MOH, etc.), as well as the DAI Global
LLC home office.

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2 STORIES FROM THE FIELD
2.1 STORY FROM NORTH SUMATRA
Raising Tanjung Garbus People’s Awareness on the Use of Wastewater Treatment
Plant

“I hope the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)


Construction in Tanjung Garbus will be completed soon and
the people here can get the benefits as well,” hopes Tukiran,
a community member who attended a dissemination on
WWTP construction in Tanjung Gabus. What Tukiran said
is quite reasonable considering the current situation in the
village he lives. Tanjung Garbus village is located in Lubuk
Pakam Sub-district, Deli Serdang District of Medan City. The Melani Miranda/USAID IUWASH PLUS North Sumatra
community in this village is known to still practice Open The construction of Tanjung Garbus
Defecation and use soak pits. This condition can cause Wastewater Treatment Plant.
health risks to the community and environment.

To overcome this situation, the Deli Serdang District Government plans to build several settlement-
scale Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTP) funded by APBN Fiscal Year 2017, one of which is
being built in Tanjung Garbus village. As part of the safely managed sanitation, WWTP serves as a
facility to provide proper treatment process of black and grey water but still needs further
treatment of the septage in IPLT.

The WWTP built in Tanjung Garbus is expected to provide


access to sanitation services for 400 house connections. The
construction of this WWTP was started in May 2017 and is
expected to be completed in October 2017.

On May 18, 2017, USAID IUWASH PLUS, partnered with


the Housing and Settlements Office (Perkim) of Deli Serdang
District and the Working Unit of Environmental Sanitation
System Development (PSPLP) of North Sumatra Province,
organized an event on the Dissemination of settlement-scale
WWTP Construction to the community to share Rezeki Sitorus/USAID IUWASH PLUS North Sumatra
information about the importance of WWTP, as well as its Residents of Tanjung Garbus Village having a
function and benefits. “From this event, now I understand discussion about the Wastewater Treatment
that it is very important to discharge the wastewater to Plant on May 18, 2017.

WWTP, not to the river,” said Asliah, a resident of Tanjung Garbus Vilage.

Following the dissemination, USAID IUWASH PLUS will partner with the Health Office and
Puskesmas to conduct triggering activities to raise awareness of the community to discharge their
black and grey water to WWTP through pipe connection and become a member of KSM/KPP, and
the community is ready to pay contribution for operation and maintenance, as well as desludging fee
as part of city-wide fecal sludge management.

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2.2 STORY FROM WEST JAVA, DKI JAKARTA, TANGERANG
Increasing the Production Capacity of Depok City PDAM

Increasing water production capacity (known as uprating) is one of the main efforts done by the
Municipal Water Supply Company (PDAM) in Depok City to improve the water supply service
delivery to customers. However, past experience in Depok
City showed that the water supply delivered to the
customers was reduced during the implementation of Water
Treatment Plant (IPA) uprating for PDAM Tirta Asasta,
because some of the production units were stalled during the
construction and uprating process.

“IPA Uprating is one of the programs for Water Supply Akhmad Mukhsin /USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
System (SPAM) Development of Depok City. However, USAID IUWASH PLUS team with the
based on the previous experience when uprating the Kedasih consultant and PDAM Tirta Asasta staffs
Legong and Citayam Water Treatment Plant (IPA) of PDAM surveying the Legong IPA.
Tirta Asasta, there is a deficit of water supply,” said M. Olik
Abdul Holik, the General Director for PDAM Tirta Asasta during a meeting with the USAID
IUWASH PLUS team on March 3, 2017. Based on that experience, it requires initial assessment of
the exact production capacity at the existing Legong and Citayam IPAs. Therefore, PDAM Tirta
Asasta expected USAID IUWASH PLUS to provide technical assistance for uprating the IPA in
Depok.

Responding to that request, USAID IUWASH PLUS supported PDAM Tirta Asasta by providing
technical assistance and an individual consultant to identify the capacity of Legong and Citayam IPAs
that still meet the water supply quality standard. The works also included field surveys at both IPAs
and coordination with PDAM Tirta Asasta staff.

On August 14, 2017, USAID IUWASH PLUS facilitated an


inception meeting between the individual consultant and
PDAM Tirta Asasta. This meeting discussed the Initial Report
prepared by the consultant about the capacity of Legong and
Citayam IPAs. Based on the report, it was identified that the
Legong IPA capacity can only increase up to 58% or equal to
520 liters per second (lps) and Citayam IPA can increase from
Akhmad Mukhsin/USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT 60 to 120 lps.
USAID IUWASH PLUS team with the
The assessment data provided by USAID IUWASH PLUS is
consultant and PDAM Tirta Asasta staff
very important for PDAM to conduct the uprating activities.
discussing the Legong and Citayam IPA.
Based on the data and for increasing the capacity of those
IPAs, PDAM will provide land permanently within the PDAM area that will be used for the
sedimentation pool construction to support the uprating of Legong and Citayam IPAs. The uprating
activities in PDAM Tirta Asasta will be funded by the Local Government Budget or through capital
participation of Local Government for the Improvement of Depok City PDAM.

This uprating of IPAs in PDAM Tirta Asasta is expected to increase the production capacity from
1,095 lps to 2,285 lps and increase the service coverage from 16.3% to 30% with additional new
house connections from 59,642 to 100,100 house connections.

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2.3 STORY FROM CENTRAL JAVA
Establishment of Magelang City RPAM Team

Magelang City PDAM has the responsibility to provide community with access to water supply
through piping system. PDAM serves customers through as many as 28,863 house connections (SR)
or about 85% of the population of Magelang City. Furthermore, PDAM sill facing serious challenges,
for example limitation of water sources. This is related to the fact that Magelang City does not have
a large water source located inside the Magelang City area. Instead, the largest water source is
located at Kanoman Spring in Magelang District. Moreover, Non Revenue Water rate in Magelang
City is quite high at above 40%.

Considering the aforementioned conditions,


USAID IUWASH PLUS, together with Magelang
City Government, have worked to improve the
quality of water supply services to the community
through the Water Supply Plan (RPAM) in
Magelang City. Through the Pokja AMPL Team,
USAID USAID IUWASH PLUS and the Magelang USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java

City Government have established the RPAM RPAM Team of Magelang City consisting of 15
members from PDAM, Bappeda, DPKP, DPUPR,
team of Magelang City. The RPAM team consists Health Office, and Environmental Office (DLH).
of 15 people, including 10 people from PDAM and
1 person each from Bappeda, Housing and Settlement Areas Office (DPKP), Public Works and
Spatial Planning Office (DPUPR), Health Office (Dinkes) and Environmental Office (DLH). This team
is responsible for carrying out the entire series of RPAM activities, which consist of 14 stages and
issuing program recommendations, which will be integrated into Organization of Local Government
(OPD) relevant to Magelang City Local Government Budget (APBD).

The cooperation between USAID IUWASH PLUS and Magelang City Government, which resulted in
the establishment of RPAM Team, has received great appreciation. “The Magelang City Government
fully supports and welcomes the USAID IUWASH PLUS programs to improve access to WASH, one
of which is to encourage RPAM in Magelang City,” said Sigit Widyonindito, The Magelang Mayor, in
his opening remarks delivered to RPAM Program Audience with USAID IUWASH PLUS in Magelang
City.

“Magelang City PDAM is very supportive and grateful


to USAID IUWASH PLUS for RPAM program in
Magelang. For that purpose. PDAM will prepare a
PDAM RPAM team of 10 people, consisting of
various sections in PDAM, and PDAM is ready to
fully support the RPAM program for the improved
service of Magelang City PDAM,” added Moch.
Haryo, the Director of Magelang City PDAM.
USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
With the support and commitment from the Mayor USAID IUWASH PLUS conducting survey with
and the Director of PDAM, the RPAM program in Magelang City RPAM Team.
Magelang will work well and will provide great benefits for the improvement of water supply services
for the people in Magelang City.

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2.4 STORY FROM EAST JAVA
Growing Interest in PDAM by the People of Probolinggo

There is something different at Pak Suprianto’s House, Head of RW O2 of Kelurahan Jati, Mayangan
Subdistrict, Probolinggo City, East Java. Frequently, the house is crowded with people. "They initially
came here to register as PDAM Tirta Dharma customers," said Pak Suprianto, who was assigned as
the coordinator for registration. This situation is in stark contrast when compared to 4 months ago.
At that time, virtually no residents of RW 02 were interested in subscribing to PDAM. "The water
here is easy to collect, just use the well", said Ibu Sumilah. "If using PDAM, we have to pay and I
heard the cost is quite expensive," Ibu Sutaji added. Those were just some of the reasons why RW
02 residents prefered to use well water rather than PDAM. In general, they are reluctant to pay for
what is seen to be a high cost, considering most of the people who live here are classified as a low-
income community.

Interest of RW 02 residents to subscribe to PDAM began to


grow since attending the participatory assessment &
triggering meeting facilitated by USAID IWUASH PLUS. This
meeting is part of participatory assessment & triggering
activity that aims to increase community awareness of the
WASH issues and has been held in 4 districts (Probolinggo,
Gresik, Lumajang, and Sidoarjo) and Malang City. The RW 02
Firman Soelijanto/USAID IUWASH PLUS East Java
Kelurahan Jati was selected because the access to piped water
supply and sanitation is considerably low and most residents USAID IUWASH PLUS team with PDAM
Tirta Dharma staffs facilitating the
living here are poor. In RW 02, the meeting was held on July discussion on water supply with residents
16, 2017. During the meeting, USAID IUWASH PLUS team, of RW 02 on July 16, 2017.
together with PDAM Tirta Dharma staff, facilitated the RW
02 residents to discuss the water supply and benefits of PDAM piped water services. As a result, this
discussion has made residents understand to the importance of piped water supply and have interest
in PDAM services as well, such as house connection to PDAM piped water supply.

The residents became more interested after they heard the


testimonial about PDAM directly from Ibu Juma’ati during the sharing
session in the meeting. Bu Juma’ati and her family have been loyal
PDAM customers for 10 years. Previously, Juma’ati’s family collected
water from a bore hole, yet the water was dirty. Finally, in 2007, she
decided to become a customer of PDAM. “Don’t worry, the water
quality provided by PDAM is good and the cost is affordable as well,”
explained Ibu Juma’ati vigorously. Furthermore, residents started to be
Firman Soelijanto/USAID IUWASH
convinced after knowing that the amount that Ibu Juma’ati has to pay is PLUS East Java

not as high as as they expected. “It is only 50,000 rupiahs for all family Ibu Juma’ati enjoying steady
members,” emphasized Bu Juma’ati. flow of water supply provided
by PDAM Tirta Dharma.

Since then, the attitude of RW 02 residents has changed and they have
become more enthusiastic to access water provided by PDAM. The residents actively come to Pak
Suprianto to register as PDAM Tirta Dharma customers. “Thanks to USAID IUWASH PLUS and
PDAM who have convinced RW 02 residents. Right now, the number of residents interested to be
PDAM customers has gone from 0 to 96 households,” explained Pak Suprianto with full excitement.

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2.5 STORY FROM SOUTH SULAWESI AND EASTERN
INDONESIA
The Birth of Sanitation Awareness in Ternate City

“From the USAID IUWASH PLUS presentation, I am interested in building a septic tank with an up
flow filter system,” said Tanty Sulistiyoningrum, a 41 year-old midwife who lives in Kelurahan Dufa
Dufa, Ternate Utara Sub-district. Ibu Tanty and 54 residents of Kelurahan Dufa Dufa attended the
USAID IUWASH PLUS program dissemination meeting on July 22, 2017 to discuss safely managed
water supply and sanitation.

This activity is part of the preparation for the implementation of


Community-based Total Sanitation (STBM) in Ternate City, which
aims to increase awareness of the importance of proper hygiene and
investments in required safe water supply and safely managed
sanitation infrastructure.

After attending the dissemination, Bu Tanty and the other participants


became more aware that it is necessary to build a septic tank that
Nur Sudibyo/USAID IUWASH PLUS
SSEI complies with the SNI standards to avoid contamination from sludge
Dissemination meeting with and wastewater that seep into the soil and water resources. Bu Tanty
the residents of Kelurahan remembered that her house is only equipped with a soak pit, instead
Dufa Dufa on July 22, 2017
discussing the latrine with of septic tank. She realized that this condition is not good and can
septic tanks. affect the health of her family, and the local community.

As a follow-up, Ibu Tanty started the construction of a new septic tank in her house. "This is my
responsibility as a health worker in Ternate, and secondly, to provide an example to the community
in the form of having a latrine with septic tank," said Ibu Tanty, explaining why she decided to
immediately build a new septic tank with SNI standards.

The construction process of the new septic tank in Ibu Tanty’s house was supported by Nur
Sudibyo, the WASH Facilitator from
the SSEI regional office of USAID
IUWASH PLUS. He provided technical
assistance during the development
process, including surveying the
location for septic tank, calculating the
required septic tank volume, and
determining the septic tank design.

“I hope the construction of this septic


tank will benefit not only me, but also
Nur Sudibyo/USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
the community. After it is finished, I
Septic tank construction process in Ibu Tanty’s house: (left to right) The
plan to disseminate and introduce this model of up flow filter septic tank, molding preparation, casting process.
septic tank to raise community
awareness,” Bu Tanty added.

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3 HIGH LEVEL RESULTS AND
COMPONENT LEVEL PROGRESS
3.1 INTRODUCTION
This Section presents a more detailed account of the project’s overall progress towards the
achievement of the project’s High Level Results, as well as additional detail on the progress, issues
encountered and plans within each Outcome area of the project’s activities. This Section is divided
into the following Sub-Sections:

Section 3.2. High Level Results. This section presents the project’s High Level Results in
PY1 and estimated achievements for PY2.
Section 3.3. Partnership with Local Government Partners. This section reviews the
project’s work in establishing effective relationships with the local government partners.
Section 3.4. Component 1 / Behavior Change and Marketing Highlights. This section
covers key highlights registered under Component 1.
Section 3.5. Component 2 / WASH Institutional Strengthening Highlights. This
section covers key highlights registered under Component 2.
Section 3.6. Component 3 / WASH Financing Highlights. This section covers key
highlights registered under Component 3.
Section 3.7. Component 4 / WASH Advocacy, Coordination and Communication
Highlights. This section covers key highlights registered under Component 4.
Section 3.8. Local Sustainability and Innovation Component (LSIC). This section
describes various initiatives implemented under the LSIC.
Section 3.9. Gender Programming. This section describes several formative activities
related to the key area of gender programming.

3.2 HIGH LEVEL RESULTS


Within the framework of USAID IUWASH PLUS, High Level Results are at the heart of its
programming. There are 2 results registered as follows:
• People Receiving Improved Water Service Quality – Direct and indirect attribution (HR-1.a.
and HR-1.b.)
• People Gaining Access to Safely Managed Sanitation Services (HR2)

The results above contribute to the USAID Standard Indicators for HL.8.1-3 and HL.8.2.3. As
related elsewhere, USAID IUWASH PLUS did not register achievements in this area, which was
primarily due to delays in the selection of partner LGs which prevented influencing LG planning and
budgeting processes. More specifically, the program received formal approval of partner LGs in early
November 2016 whereas LG budgeting processes can be generally difficult to influence beyond
August or September each year. However, baseline data was collected for HR-1 and the nominal
increase of each PDAM partner was determined. For the HR-2 a, USAID IUWASH PLUS team
focused on the development of a Sustainability Checklist as one tool to verify the achievement
measurement. This checklist is also to assure the program sustainability in the future. With this solid

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programmatic base established for the project's work in future years, USAID IUWASH PLUS
estimated the achievement made in PY2 (see Annex 1).

Exhibit 3 below presents a revised summary of the project’s High Level Results.

Exhibit 3: Revised Summary of the Project’s High Level Results

High Target Estimated


PY1
Level Indicator PY2
LOP PY1 Achievement
Result Achievement
People Number of people in 1,000,000 10,000 0 200,000
Receiving urban areas with (Indirect
Improved improved service quality attribution:
Water from existing basic and HR-1.a.)
Service safely managed drinking
Quality water services, of which
at least 500,000 are from
the poorest 40% of the
population (also referred 500,000 5,000 0 70,000
to as the “bottom 40%” (Direct
or “B40”) attribution:
HR-1.b)
People Number of people in 500,000 5,000 0 100,000
Gaining urban areas with access
Access to to safely managed
Safely sanitation facility and all
Managed of whom are from the
Sanitation poorest 40% of the
Services population

3.3 PARTNERSHIP WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARTNERS


Technical Arrangements with national partners is very effective to establish strong support from
GOI counterparts at the national level. However, such agreements can have little relevance to Local
Government (LG) leaders who necessarily confront a wide range of issues and other administrative
and programming priorities on a daily basis. This is a reason for USAID IUWASH PLUS to establish
partnership with LG partners to strengthen commitment from the LG institutions as well as LG
leaders. Securing genuine commitment from local government (LG) partners to support project
activities is important because USAID IUWASH PLUS PROJECT greatly depends on LG partners for
success in such areas as: 1) enacting new policies; 2) increasing WASH sector budget allocations; and
3) supporting implementation of specific activities.
During PY1, several activities were conducted to develop strong partnership with LG partners as
described below:

A. Site Selection:
1. Detailed Assessment: This allowed for a review of both needs and the perceived degree
of LG commitment. It was also highly participatory with involvement by GOI partners and
USAID.
2. Review and approval: This was provided by provincial and national partners (the latter
involving the Technical Counterpart Agency or “TCA” and Technical Team members).

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B. LG Consultation:
1. Stakeholder Consultation: This defines the current state of the sector and key programs,
actors and other resources.
2. Data Collection: This establishes a baseline of LG performance in water supply, sanitation
and governance (each of which is supported by a standardized index).
3. Development of a 5-year LG WASH Workplan: Broad in scope, the plan includes the
activities of LG institutions, IUWASH PLUS and others (GOI and donors).
4. “Hotspot” Selection: Though IUWASH PLUS aims for “citywide” impact, it also targets
specific low income, needy neighborhoods that are selected together with LG partners.

C. LG Commitment
1. Visioning Workshops:
a. Short, half-day workshops that gather all LG leaders (including the Mayor/Bupati,
DPRD leadership and line department directors) to review the current state of the
sector, “socialize” plans for sector development, and obtain the commitment of
attendees to support plan implementation.
b. A “Letter of Commitment” for supporting sector development is often signed by all
parties at the Workshop.
c. Among the 32 cities, USAID IUWASH PLUS has conducted 26 visioning workshops
in 16 cities and districts. A detailed status of implementation of visioning workshops
is attached in Annex 2.

2. Partnership Agreements (PA):


a. These agreements clearly set forth the roles and responsibilities of the LG and
IUWASH PLUS and the 5-Year Plans.
b. A PA signing ceremony is included as part of the Visioning Workshop. However,
some regions conducted it separately.
c. USAID IUWASH PLUS expected to develop 40 PAs with government partners at
the provincial and district levels. Below is the summary of the status of PA
development and detailed information on the development of PA is attached in
Annex 3.
• 35 PAs signed
• 1 PA in final draft and ready for signing (Magelang district)
• 2 PAs under review (Karawang district and Surabaya city)
• 2 government partners (Provincial Government of West Java and Central
Java) decided they do not require PA to collaborate.

3. Ensuring Visibility of the Above: To maximize impact, the above often involves
participation by USAID, national partners (TCA and Technical Team members), provincial
authorities, representatives of other relevant programs, and, importantly, the media.

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3.4 COMPONENT 1/BEHAVIOR CHANGE AND MARKETING
HIGHLIGHTS
Component 1 addressed the barriers that impede increased B40 household access to and usage of
WASH product and services. Component 1 works closely with the health offices to build awareness
and knowledge of WASH behavior and the positive impact on health and environment. To ensure
community engagement and improvement of knowledge and awareness of WASH, the Component 1
team applies a participatory approach. This participatory approach allows the team to assess and
form communication channels that consists of community members who are key players in
supporting the program implementation and ensuring that the promotion continues to roll out.

In the first year of implementation, Component I focused on conducting Formative Research,


strengthening partnership with MOH and health offices, initiating community entry and conducting
participatory assessment/triggering at targeted locations.

3.4.1 Increased Household Demand for WASH Services.

Formative Research and the Development of BC/Marketing Strategy

BC/M strategy is substantial for WASH promotion activities and to ensure that the strategy is
appropriate and responds to the specific WASH urban issue. Within the first year, USAID IUWASH
PLUS conducted Formative Research with substantive inputs from the Ministry of Health (MOH) and
the Bappenas. This research aims to understand the WASH current condition (including access,
existing behavior, communication channel, etc) and to understand perceptions, barriers and
motivations for improving WASH behavior and access in urban areas. Data collection, analysis and
the reporting process are based on findings from 15 cities/districts where this research is targeting.
The research results are currently being finalized and will be shared to partners internally and
externally. Also, all findings will provide a foundation for the project to develop behavior change and
communication strategy that is more suitable for an urban context. Exhibits 4 – 7 below are the
topline findings from Formative Research.

Exhibit 4: Home Ownership among the B40 Households

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Based on the exhibit 4 above, most B40 households said they owned the house while the others are
mixed between staying within family (more than one household in a house), renting the house and
residing without payment. Renting houses is highest in North Sumatra at 25%, followed by WJDT at
17%. Home ownership is highest in East Java at 85.2%. The average rental cost is under Rp 2,500,000
per year while in North Sumatra the majority rate is between Rp 2,500,000 and Rp 5,000,000 per
year. Home ownership is an important factor affecting people’s investment decisions. Based on our
experience from the previous USAID IUWASH and current USAID IUWASH PLUS, it indicates that
people in temporary or rented accommodation are unlikely to invest in sanitation and water
systems.

Exhibit 5: Places of Defecation of B40 Households

The exhibit 5 above shows place of defecating, and based on the figure, 73% said defecated on their
own toilet in the house while 9,7% said they are practicing open defecation.

Exhibit 6: B40 Households and Toilet Ownership

Based on the figure on Exhibit 6, 52% said having their own toilet without proper containment, 13%
said having their own toilet with septic tank, 12 % said their toilet does not connected to
containment, while 23% said they did not have a toilet in the home. Convenience, comfortable, easy,
shameless aspects are the dominant reasons that make family build their own toilet in the house
while health and hygiene aspects are the second thing.

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Exhibit 7: Water Supply Source among the B40 Households

The chart on Exhibit 7 shows that there are more than one source of drinking water and refill water
is the highest at 35% and followed by piped water at 20%. Household that accessing the refill water
for drinking are high in four regions except in Central Java region. Most of the household that using
the refill water said that is their main drinking source.

Exhibit 8: Handwashing with Soap

On the hand washing with soap practice, 67.4 % reported not practicing handwashing with soap
while 32.6% reported practicing at least in one critical time. Meanwhile, there is not much different
between family with children under five and those who does not have children under five.

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Implementation of Urban STBM

Within the first year of implementation, USAID IUWASH


PLUS implemented the STBM by conducting community
entry, participatory assessment and triggering at targeted
locations (hotspots). The community entry included an
advocacy meeting with the head of Sub-district and head of
Kelurahan/Village and meeting with community leaders to
determine the specific locations to start the participatory
assessment and triggering. These demand creation
Liz Anwar/USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
activities were conducted in collaboration with local
Women group practicing transect walk in partners including the health office, cadres, sanitarians,
Makassar: data triangulation and triggering
community to change behavior. community leaders and local media.

The participatory assessment consists of social mapping, transect walk and FGD managed to
encourage communities to identify WASH conditions in their neighborhood, the need to improve
the condition as well as to determine specific action to promote WASH behavior.

Following up the participatory assessment is the development of community action plan. The
community developed the action plan to tackle WASH problems in the neighborhood and consists
of activities to promote WASH behavior. During the work plan development process, communities
also discusses their internal strengths and potential partners to support their activities. When
discussing potential support, USAID IUWASH PLUS team encouraged community to think beyond
financial support in the form of training, materials and capacity building for community.

Exhibit 9 below summarizes the PY1 activities under Subcomponent 1.1.

Exhibit 9: Subcomponent 1.1 Focal Activities Conducted in PY1

Activity Location Output Timeline

Engaged with MOH and Bappenas to improve National Endorsement of Urban Dec 16 – Sept
the adaptation of STBM to urban poor STBM and request from GOI 17
community. to develop Urban STBM
Guidelines
In consultation with MOH, conducted Formative National A Formative Research Mar - Sept 17
Research to collect evidence on: current WASH document that provides data
practices, products and services, the factors that disaggregated by region,
influence these; and approaches required for gender and other
their improvement. considerations to develop
BC Strategy
Reviewed existing Urban WASH promotion and National Revised, updated materials Jan – Sept 17
marketing support materials support materials
Conducted National Coordination Meeting of National Improvement on capacity to Feb 17
BC/Marketing teams implement the component 1
strategy
Conducted a series of basic facilitation skills Regional Increased capacity of BC/M Feb – May 17
training for BC/Marketing teams and WASH team to facilitate community
Facilitators mobilization
Conducted stakeholder assessments and Local Map of potential partners, Mar – July 17
mapping to: identify relevant groups, existing program and

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Activity Location Output Timeline
organizations, and people; understand their potential collaboration with
perspectives and areas of interest. WASH stakeholder
Oversee the implementation of community entry Local “Hotspot” action plans Mar – Sept 17
process (local partnering, capacity building,
conducting participatory assessment and
triggering, developing action plans)
Develop and oversee capacity building programs Local Hygiene promotors and March – Sept 17
(training, etc.) for health center staff, community communication channel
health volunteers, PKK members etc.

Exhibit 10 below summarizes the PY1 activities conducted in the cities/districts under
Subcomponent 1.1.

Exhibit 10: Subcomponent 1.1 Activity Conducted in PY1 by City/District

City/District Conducted Activity (Highlight) Timeline

Medan City Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sep 17
analysis, project socialization, training on Urban WASH promotion, participatory
assessment and triggering, developing community action plan at targeted hotspots
Deli Serdang Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, Jul – Sept 17
District participatory assessment and triggering at targeted hotspots
Pematangsiantar Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
City analysis, project socialization, participatory assessment and triggering, developing
community action plan at targeted hotspots
Sibolga City Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, Urban May – Sept 17
WASH promotion training, participatory assessment and triggering at targeted
hotspots
Tebing Tinggi Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, May – Sept 17
City participatory assessment and triggering, developing community action plan at
targeted hotspots
Bogor District Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization at selected Jul – Sept 17
hotspots
Karawang Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization and May – Sept 17
District participatory assessment and triggering at selected hotspots
Bekasi City Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization, training on Urban WASH promotion, developing
community action plan at targeted hotspots
Bogor City Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization at selected Apr 17
hotspots, participatory assessment and triggering
Depok City Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, training May – Sept 17
on Urban WASH promotion and participatory assessment and triggering at
selected hotspots
Tangerang Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder July – Sept 17
District analysis, project socialization and community event at targeted hotspots
DKI Jakarta Conducted Formative Research data collection, conducted rapid assessment, May – Sept 17
project socialization, community event and LLTT customer survey
Sukoharjo Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, training May – Sept 17
District on Urban WASH promotion, participatory assessment and triggering at selected
hotspots
Magelang District Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization and Urban WASH training at targeted hotspots

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City/District Conducted Activity (Highlight) Timeline
Surakarta City Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization and Urban WASH training at targeted hotspots
Magelang City Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization and Urban May – Sept 17
WASH training at targeted hotspots
Salatiga City Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization and Urban May – Sept 17
WASH training at targeted hotspots
Sidoarjo District Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, Apr – Sept 17
participatory assessment and triggering, developing community action plan and
community event at targeted hotspots
Gresik District Conducted Formative Research data collection, rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization, participatory assessment and triggering, developing
community action plan at targeted hotspots
Probolinggo Conducted Formative Research data collection, rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
District analysis, project socialization, participatory assessment and triggering, developing
community action plan at targeted hotspots, safely managed water and sanitation
training for community
Lumajang District Conducted rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, July – Sept 17
participatory assessment and triggering at targeted hotspots
Surabaya City Conducted Formative Research data collection, rapid assessment, Master Meter Mar – Sept 17
workshop and stakeholder analysis at certain hotspots
Malang City Conducted rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, Urban Apr – Sept 17
WASH promotion training, participatory assessment and triggering, developing
community action plan, community event at targeted hotspots, safely managed
water and sanitation training for community
Probolinggo City Conducted rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, Apr – Sept 17
participatory assessment and triggering, developing community action plan and
community event at targeted hotspots
Barru District Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, May – Sept 17
participatory assessment and triggering at targeted hotspots and workshop on
management of Communal IPAL
Bantaeng Conducted Rapid assessment, stakeholder analysis, project socialization, May – Sept 17
District participatory assessment and triggering at targeted hotspots and workshop on
management of Communal IPAL
Bulukumba Conducted Formative Research data collection, rapid assessment, stakeholder May – Sept 17
District analysis, project socialization, participatory assessment and triggering at targeted
hotspots and workshop on management of Communal IPAL
Makassar City Conducted Formative Research data collection, rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization, participatory assessment and triggering at targeted
hotspots, workshop on management of Communal IPAL, community event and
Hand Washing with Soap promotion as part of Indonesian Independence day
celebration.
Ternate City Conducted Formative Research data collection, rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization, participatory assessment and triggering at targeted
hotspots, STBM urban advocacy event and community event as part of Indonesian
Independence Day celebration.
Maluku Tengah Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
District analysis, project socialization at targeted hotspots
Jayapura City Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization and participatory assessment and triggering at
targeted hotspots
Jayapura District Conducted Formative Research data collection, Rapid assessment, stakeholder Mar – Sept 17
analysis, project socialization at targeted hotspots

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Promoting WASH Behavior at Indonesian Independence Day Celebration

USAID IUWASH PLUS team was involved in the


Indonesian Independence Day celebration was held by
community and local government. There were many
games and competitions as part of the celebration and
USAID IUWASH PLUS supported the event by providing
game tools and ideas to promote WASH behavior,
especially hand washing with soap, a coloring competition
for kids, dancing and practicing handwashing with soap for
kids and mothers.
Shofyan Ardiyansah/USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI

“Free from Germs with Handwashing with The event was not held in each city of USAID IUWASH
Soap” is the Independence Day celebration
PLUS Regions considering the readiness of community and
theme in Ternate City.
the kind of event that has potential to promote WASH
behavior. Within this first year, only two cities tapped into the Independence Day Celebration. In
Ternate City, the event was held in Kelurahan Dufa-dufa while in Makassar City the event was held in
Kelurahan Maccini Gusung.

The Independence Day Celebration Theme in Kelurahan Dufa-Dufa, Ternate City was “Merdeka dari
Kuman dengan Cuci Tangan Pakai Sabun” (be germ free by handwashing with soap).

Supporting Advocacy for STBM in Urban Area

USAID IUWASH PLUS supported MOH in promoting


STBM in urban area and during the first year of
implementation, there were several meetings and
discussion with MOH staff regarding the
implementation of STBM in urban. The Director of
Environmental Health-MOH stated in his speech and
presentation that STBM in urban, especially for the
sanitation aspects, should promote the use of septic Ika Francisca/USAID IUWASH PLUS
tank or house connection to a communal sanitation
Dr. Imran Agus Nurali, Director of
system. A regular desludging promotion is part of Environmental Health-MOH, presenting STBM
STBM in urban. in urban and septic tank at the meeting with
sanitarians and religious leaders. The meeting
was hosted by Health Office and supported by
MOH and Bappenas requested the USAID IUWASH Bappeda, MPWH and USAID IUWASH PLUS.
PLUS team to support the development of STBM in
urban guidelines. In response to the request, the USAID IUWASH PLUS team will facilitate the
development of the guidelines in the second year of program implementation.

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Capacity Building to Marketing and Communication Channel

Given the fact that engaging and partnering with


community and other stakeholders at local level is difficult
and challenging, within this fifth quarter (July – September
2017,) USAID IUWASH PLUS began to increase the
capacity skills of our marketing and communication
channels on implementing household behavior change and
demand creation activities of WASH services in targeted
areas.

The effort is embodied through the implementation of USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
training to health cadres, sanitarian, community leaders, Safely managed water and sanitation training
PKK members and other community-based organization for the communication channel in Malang
representatives within the hotspots. The main objectives City. Gender was mainstreamed through all
the training sessions and discussions.
of these trainings are:

1. To enhance understanding of promotion and communication channels related to safely managed


WASH;
2. To increase the capacity of community in community facilitation skills and knowledge;
3. To internalize and simulate the participatory assessment and triggering process, and;
4. To help community to effectively facilitate the development of community action plan.

All of the training was facilitated by the BC/M team and WASH Facilitators with support from the
local city or district health office.

Local Partners Replicating the Promotion and


Communication Materials for Urban WASH

As one of the results from capacity building and advocacy


process made by the BC/Marketing teams to their local
partners, the district health office in Makassar has adopted
the Urban WASH promotion strategy and replicated the
communication materials under health office responsibility
to be used in other locations.

For example, the new design of F diagram currently makes


USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
the triggering process more participative and fun. Facilitators
and community who are involved in the process can be Eka Lidyana and Arnie K, government official
explaining Fecal-Oral Transmission in
more flexible and engaged. Kelurahan Maccini Parang, Makassar City.
Government replicated and printed the tool
This response is a valid evidence that promoting Urban under government own budget.
WASH to households should be adjusted to the
development of people’s lifestyle, especially in an urban context.

3.4.2 Facilitate a Robust Market for Household WASH Products and Services for the
Poorest and Most Vulnerable Populations.

While government support is key to establishing the overall enabling environment for improved
availability of WASH products and services, especially in the formative period in which the urban
Indonesia WASH sector finds that enhancing market-based approaches through private sector actors

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is vital to long-term sector sustainability and growth. In many cases, adequate product supply
(accompanied by the cost of that supply) has been a challenging obstacle for those seeking to make
positive changes, even more so for the urban poor. While there is a clear vibrant community of
Micro and Small/Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) that could play an important role in improving the
availability of appropriate products and services, such businesses will require much assistance in both
learning of the growing market for WASH products and services and improving their business
acumen to effectively respond to this market.

Within the first year of implementation, Component 1 team focused on setting up the foundation to
establish a solid WASH market. The main activities included observing and mapping WASH
entrepreneurs and supply chain, building capacity of potential entrepreneurs, and expecting to link
up with potential MFIs under close collaboration with the finance team.

In terms of strengthening the WASH product and services for urban poor households, USAID
IUWASH PLUS team is currently implementing the foundation activities starting with conducting
mapping for potential WASH entrepreneurs, conducting initial meeting and assessment and
facilitating the collaborative implementation. The mapping activity aims to collect important database
of all existing and potential WASH entrepreneurs. From that database, the team will invite potential
WASH entrepreneurs and the local government in meetings to discuss updates on current
marketing trends, challenges faced in the field and potential collaboration in the near future based on
common agreement. During the implementation phase to be held in PY2, USAID IUWASH PLUS
will conduct marketing using the agreed message to each targeted consumer and regularly conducted
monitoring and evaluation. By consistently doing this, it will establish good networking among the
business holders, including the government as the most important stakeholder. Also, it will
contribute more demand creation process in the field for the urban poor households.

3.4.3 Expand Poor-inclusive Approaches to Increase WASH Service Provision

Sub-component 1.3 (Expand Poor-inclusive Approaches to Increase WASH Service Provision) builds
off the integrated portfolio of activities across all technical components to realize expanded WASH
access for poor households. In many ways, the expansion of poor inclusive approaches is about
segmentation: determining which approaches are most appropriate for the unique characteristics of
local communities and the surrounding WASH ecosystem.

During the PY1, Component 1 activities under this sub-component still focused on introducing and
advocating poor inclusive approaches to government and local partners, including service providers.
In close association with other components, Component 1 is trying to combine the full subsidy
program with a community based approach, in order to successfully complete the program.

In PY2, Component 1 programming activities are planned as follows:


• Continue implementing STBM in urban.
• Developing urban STBM guideline.
• Disseminating formative research findings.
• Developing behavior change and marketing strategy.
• Developing marketing and communication tools.
• Capacity building for community and local partners (USP training, WASH product and services
etc).

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3.5 COMPONENT 2/WASH INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING
HIGHLIGHTS
WASH institutions at city level are responsible for providing sustainable access to WASH services
through piped water by PDAM, improved septic tanks, or septage treated in fully functioning
treatment plants by a designated Waste operator (UPTD or PDAM). The USAID IUWASH PLUS
Component 2 team applies a demand-driven approach that establishes clear performance baselines
combined with targeted, mutually agreed capacity-building measures, which are built into service
provider plans and budgets. The results are measured under a monitoring and evaluation framework
that links program investments to performance objectives. Highlights of the three Component 2
programs (Water Supply, Sanitation and Governance) during PY1 are described in the following
sections and, where needed, reference is made to detailed information in Annexes.

3.5.1 Improve PDAM Performance

One of the main programs to reach HR1 for increased piped water supply access is through
technical assistance to 35 local water utilities (PDAMs). This support not only covers improving
PDAM internal performance (technical, financial and institutional), but also stimulates external
factors (good governance; safe guarding raw water sources and mobilizing additional financing for
sustainable service expansion). The following section summarizes the main programs implemented in
PY1.

PDAM Performance Index

The PDAM Performance Index was developed to measure PDAM performance and is related to
programs that can be supported by USAID IUWASH PLUS. From the index, priority programs for
PDAM improvement are identified, agreed and subsequently implemented. The PDAM performance
index consists of the following 6 subcategories:
1. Financial Full-cost Recovery, Current Ration, Billing Efficiency
2. Services Increased number of connections
3. Operational Non-Revenue Water, meter installation and replacement, GIS operation
4. Human Resources Staff ratio / connections, staff training ration and training budget
5. Administration Business Plans and SOP on Administration, Technical, Customer relation
6. Raw Water Programs, including regulations for protection raw water sources

The PDAM index is collected every year. The collection started with the baseline for December
2016, which was collected during PY1. USAID IUWASH PLUS staff explained the purpose, benefits
and scoring indicators to each PDAM, after which data was filled in together. For subsequent years,
PDAM staff can fill in the PDAM Index form by themselves, and USAID IUWASH PLUS team only
requires the data to be verified through audit reports and observations. The only complication
encountered during the data collection and verification was that because at several PDAMs the
official audit was done late as they were reluctant to share un-audited (financial) data.

By the end of PY1, the data for PDAM Performance index for 30 PDAMs had been collected (not for
DKI Jakarta and only 1 PDAM for Kota & Kabupaten Jayapura). The result is summarized in Exhibit 11
below and shows that 3 locations score between 20 – 30%, the majority (19 locations) score between
31 – 60% and only 8 locations have a score between 61 - 80%. Details of score for each city can be
found in Annex 4.

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Exhibit 11: The Summary of PDAM Performance Index Result

9
8

Number of locations
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70 71-80
PDAM Index score (in %)

Baseline PDAM Connection & Nominal Increase

As the baseline for HR1, all numbers of PDAM connections by 31 December 2016 were collected
using PDAM audited reports. The totals, broken down by PDAM and by type of connections, can be
found in Annex 5. Based on these reports, the total number of connections at the end of 2016 was
around 2.6 million connections for 30 PDAM (average 86,000 connections/PDAM) with the following
breakdown:
• 5.000 – 20.000 connections : 8 PDAM
• 21.000 – 50.000 connections : 8 PDAM
• 51.000 – 100.000 connections : 6 PDAM
• > 100.000 connections : 8 PDAM

The Nominal Increase was requested by USAID as a proxy indicator estimating the number of
PDAM connections that PDAM might be able to make without support from other institutions. It
was agreed to use historical (4 years) data combined with detailed discussions with each PDAM.

Based on these 2 information sources, an estimated number for (annual) nominal increase was
agreed for most PDAMs. The main issues in determining this include:
• Some PDAM managers are not fully familiar with historical information, as they are still new.
• For many locations, there is no clearly written evidence to support the data accuracy.
• It is often difficult to know or agree on the actual impact of other programs regarding
increase of connection, especially regarding the number and timing of additional connections.
• To obtain comprehensive information, an active presence and information from all relevant
PDAM staff is needed at the same time, but because they often do not see the importance for
the nominal increase for them, they sometimes did not make enough time available.

By the end of PY1, the nominal increase number was obtained for all 30 PDAMs, starting with the
collecting of PDAM connections over past four years (2013 - 2016) and listing all external support
from third parties; this was followed obtaining opinion of Directors of each PDAM on the internal
capacity of increasing PDAM connections. After a consensus was reached for all PDAMs on the
estimated total numbers of connections without external support, the average of nominal increase of
all PDAMs was calculated as 40% of the total estimated new connections. Considering the total
target of HR-1 target of 200,000 new connections (or 1 million people), the 30 PDAMs need to

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make in total at least 332,000 new connections over the life of the project (40% of 333,000 =
133,000).

Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction & Energy Efficiency (EE) Programs

During PY1, reduction of Non-Revenue Water (NRW) and increased Efficiency Energy (EE) was
started in 10 PDAMs for NRW reduction and 5 PDAMs for EE. Both programs are collaborative
programs between PUPR, USAID IUWASH PLUS and the World Bank and will be conducted in this
partnership for the next 4 years. The NRW reduction program will focus initially on reducing
commercial losses (faulty meters, wrong meter reading, theft, etc) as improvements for this usually
require lower investments. These are then followed with interventions related to reducing physical
losses (leak detection and repair, pipe replacement, etc).

During the implementation of the program, USAID IUWASH PLUS and the World Bank will engage
with a local Technical Academy (Akatirta Wiyata or ATW) with the aim to (a) strengthen a local
institution to conduct NRW reduction, and (b) to provide field expertise to ATW to be used in
future lectures and curriculum for their 300 students. In support of this program, USAID IUWASH
PLUS is supporting USAID and the World Bank in allocating a budget from a USAID trustfund to the
World Bank for the procurement of NRW reduction and EE measuring equipment.

Both the NRW reduction and the EE program are part of the new NUWAS Program that will
provide an incentive grant for PDAMs that successfully implement reduction of NRW and/or
increased Energy Efficiency. For this purpose, USAID IUWASH PLUS, in close collaboration with the
World Bank technical team, has already prepared the main indicator of NRW reduction, including
details on how/when to measure the baseline and how to calculate NRW level, method of calculating
incentive, etc. In the beginning of PY2, these parameters will be socialized and it is expected that
soon after that, agreement is reached with other related institutions such as PUPR, BPPSPAM,
Perpamsi, DFAT, etc. USAID IUWASH PLUS has collaborated with the World Bank to socialize
NRW and NUWAS program at 6 PDAMs. To further support this, each PDAM that will join the
NUWAS program, will join extensive GIS support to map their network and connections. During
PY1, this was done for 2 PDAMs.

Support Centre of Excellence (COE) Program from PUPR

To support the COE Program, implemented by PUPR, USAID IUWASH PLUS conducted several
activities to support this in PY1, which can be seen in the following list below:
• Prepare GIS training module, consisting of (a) GIS Component, (b) constraint and strategy
GIS development at PDAM, (c) acquisition of basic map, (d) GIS utilization for field survey,
(e) utilizing open source GIS software, (f) digitizing and processing basic analysis, (g) simple
map preparation, and (h) introducing Web Simple GIS.

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• 5 GIS trainings (one per region) were conducted
between February – July 2017 and attended by
52 PDAMSs (30 from IUWASH PLUS locations
and 22 PDAMs selected by PUPR).
• Supported preparation of Water Production
training material and joined as trainer for a 5-day
Water Production Training in Surakarta,
attended by 13 PDAMs. Another training was
USAID IUWASH PLUS
conducted by Balai Teknik Air Minum, Bekasi for
The participants of GIS training in Bekasi
16 PDAMs. City learning to record the coordinate
• Joined the working group under PUPR to points using GPS.
evaluate NRW material training module prepared by JICA.
• Provide a trainer for GIS training, which was conducted by JICA with PUPR, attended by 14
PDAMs.
• Members of the working group to evaluate FAM (Financial and Accounting Management)
material and training module prepared by JICA and trainer for FAM training for 10 PDAMs.

3.5.2 Develop and Improve Local Sanitation Unit Performance

USAID IUWASH PLUS is supporting the Indonesian Government with the promotion of safely
managed sanitation systems, which disconnect sources of pollution to water bodies and/or people.
The system starts with a containment method which meets SNI technical standards, followed by a
collection system that ensures sludge is transported to the treatment unit, and finally a functioning
sludge/waste water treatment plant (IPLT/IPAL). In addition, the handwashing with soap (CTPS)
program needs to be applied to improve hygiene of the community. This service system is in line
with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for sanitation adopted by GOI.

This section of the PY1 Annual Report, explains the progress made in support of the Urban
Sanitation sector. It starts with an explanation of the Sanitation Index (SanDex) developed to
measure the impact of USAID IUWASH PLUS support; this is followed by a brief description of the
main institutional and technical support programs, including updates on how USAID IUWASH PLUS
is supporting the FSM (Fecal Sludge Management) initiatives in Indonesia.

Sanitation Index

The Sanitation index was developed to measure performance of each waste water operator. The
result is used as an advocacy tool and planning tool to prioritize activities in each USAID IUWASH
PLUS location, and finally as baseline for progress monitoring for subsequent years. The Sanitation
Index consists of four groups of indicators, which are shown below:
1. Institutional Type of institution, responsibilities, staffing, SOP (administratively)
2. Regulation Waste Water, tariffs, SNI septic tank, desludging, contracting private sector
3. Financial APBD and other financing, financial planning and cost recovery tariff
4. Operational IPLT condition, promotion, support KSM, effluent sampling, SOP (technical)

The process of data collection and verification started with meetings with relevant departments and
Pokja AMPL in each LG to provide understanding of the Sanitation Index and benefits of using this

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for performance monitoring of local sanitation development. After that, the data was collected in a
collaborative manner between the USAID IUWASH PLUS team and LG.

Considering this is the first time that a Sanitation Performance Index is used, it was anticipated that
issues would emerge during the data collection and verification process. These include the following:
a. Initially, an additional indicator group related to Sanitation Access was used as a critical
indicator for overall Sanitation performance of a city. However, until now it is impossible to
find accurate coverage data in any city, consisting of the number of properly constructed
septic tanks; Either the data is too general or only updated once every 5 years (EHRA and SSK
data) or the definition of safe septic tank is unclear or inconsistent (Department of Health
data). The only way to find valid data for safely managed sanitation is to carry out a detailed
septic tank survey every year, but this is costly and impossible to do by LG. Therefore, the
indicator of access was dropped, but the issue of data accuracy is still discussed with LG as a
critical element in improving sanitation management.
b. As a result of point a, the calculation of index score was revised and adjusted after eliminating
the sanitation access score. Details of final scoring can be found in Annex 6.
c. Since there is no official guideline on staffing requirement for Waste Water Operator, the
USAID IUWASH PLUS team developed a simple spreadsheet which shows a range of
(technical and administrative) staff required, depending on type and magnitude of service
provided by the operator. While some adjustments might still have to be made to this
spreadsheet, it will be used throughout the USAID IUWASH PLUS project.
d. Availability of data in LG such as IPLT data, truck armada log book, available SOP, monitoring
effluent quality of IPLT, investment data from LG or other sources, is not always easily
accessible.
e. While the data in this report has been verified, some minor adjustments might still happen in
the coming period if additional performance information is identified in a city.

Diagram of the Sanitation Index Distribution

By the end of year 1, data for sanitation index for all 32 locations had already been collected (all
LG’s); the result is summarized in Exhibit 12 and shows that 6 locations score between 0 - 20, the
majority (19 locations) score between 21 – 50% and only 7 locations have a score > 50%. Details of
scoring for each city can be found in Annex 6.

Exhibit 12: Distribution of Sanitation Index for 32 USAID IUWASH PLUS Locations

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8
Number of locations

0
1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70
Sanitation Index score (in %)

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Sanitation Institutional Strengthening

During PY1, the USAID IUWASH PLUS team developed close collaboration with National partner
agencies (especially key Ministries) to support Waste Water operator development as follows:
• USAID IUWASH PLUS, Bappenas and PLP PUPR discussed the concept and importance of
FSM framework and by end of PY1 had agreed on the scope of work for a consultant to
develop a comprehensive national FSM framework through intensive consultation with
related ministries. This FSM framework will have a strategic position as umbrella policy for
implementation of FSM at all levels (national, provincial and local level). The FSM framework
will be very useful to help revise National regulations on achieving SDG and as critical to
RPJMN 2020-2024.
• In support of the wider recognition of and commitment for FSM in Indonesia, USAID
IUWASH PLUS and USAID PRESTASI jointly arranged participation of 36 Indonesian
professionals to a large international FSM conference in Chennai, India; the Indonesian
delegation consisted of USAID IUWASH PLUS National and Regional team (8 people),
National Ministries (8 people) and local Waste Water Operators (20 people). All
participants were exposed to current worldwide FSM experience and received a lot of
suggestions to improve FSM in their own location. A site meeting with the Bill & Melinda
Gates Foundation (BMGF) resulted in a proposal on international twinning, which was
accepted by Gates on 30 August 2017 and includes Indonesia both as a mentor and mentee
country. This program will run until the end of 2018.
• As a follow-up to the above two points, the USAID IUWASH PLUS Sanitation team initiated
a comprehensive support program for FORKALIM (National Forum for Waste Water
Operators), financed through the LSIC mechanism. The concept note for this was developed
and approved by USAID and 2 FGDs have been held with FORKALIM and the 2 main
ministries to support this (Bappenas and PUPR). By the end of PY1, the SoW had developed
a FORKALIM Business plan and an outline for national twinning programs had also been
developed. Programs will run until December 2018.
• A close collaboration between USAID IUWASH PLUS and PUPR resulted in extensive
technical assistance to several LGs on
improving Waste Water Management,
including: preparation of waste water in Kab
Sidoarjo and Kota Ternate, consumer database
preparation and tariff calculation in Kab Gresik,
and development of domestic WW regulation
in Kab Gresik and Kab Sidoarjo.
• Finally, USAID IUWASH PLUS, in close USAID IUWASH PLUS
collaboration with PUPR, MoHA, and Bappenas, Presentations from MPWH and MoHA
conducted a workshop to discuss and representatives during the workshop on the
roles and opportunities of PDAM in wastewater
formulate readiness criteria for PDAM as a
management in Jakarta on August 1, 2017.
domestic WW operator. By the end of PY1,
the criteria had been tested in some PDAMs by USAID IUWASH PLUS and PUPR.

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Status of Waste Water Operator in USAID IUWASH PLUS Locations

During PY1, technical assistance was provided to both enhance capacity of existing operators
(PDAM and UPTD) and/or start initiation of new Waste Water Operators (UPTD) for cities which
currently do not have a designated Waste Water Operator. Existing locations supporting this year
include Medan, Surakarta, Kota Bekasi, Kota Bogor, Gresik and Makassar, to be good examples for
other cities. To summarize the current situation of 32 USAID IUWASH PLUS locations (see also in
Exhibit 13 below), 13 locations do not have a Waste Water Operator yet, 16 locations have an
UPTD which requires strengthening, and 3 are using PDAM/PD PAL. In some cities, like Kota Bogor,
USAID IUWASH PLUS supports close collaboration between UPTD and PDAM to share
responsibility in managing domestic wastewater, especially implementation of FSM.

Exhibit 13: Table of Wastewater Institutions Status

Status Institutions NS WJDT CJ EJ SSEI TOTAL

1. UPTD as Waste Water Operator 2 4 2 5 3 16


2. PDAM/PDPAL as Waste Water Operator 1 1 1 - - 3
3. No designated WW operator yet 2 2 2 2 5 13
Total Institutions 5 7 5 7 8 32

IPLT Development

One of the critical components of a safely managed sanitation system is a properly functioning
Septage Treatment Plant, in Indonesia abbreviated as IPLT (Instalasi Pengolahan Lumpur Tinja). The
plan is that by the end of the USAID IUWASH PLUS project, all locations have a functioning IPLT or
an acceptable alternative, like formal agreement with neighboring city. During this past year, 23
IPLTs were visited in 21 locations, with only 4 considered functioning properly (two in DKI Jakarta,
one in Kota Bekasi and one in Surakarta), with all others not functioning well or not functioning at
all. Two existing ones (in Deli Serdang and Bulukumba) are broken and require either major
renovation or new construction. Another 5 IPLT are currently under construction while 3 cities
(Masohi, Kab Magelang and Kota Tebing Tinggi) have no IPLT yet. Further details on overall IPLT
condition can be found in Annex 7.

Exhibit 14: Table of IPLT Condition

STATUS of IPLT CONDITION NSRO WJDT CJRO EJRO SSEI TOTAL


1. Operational - 3 - 1 - 4
2. Operational but not optimum 2 4 4 3 3 16
3. Not operational yet 1 1 - 1 2 5
4. Under construction 1 - - 2 1 4
5. Broken 1 - - - 1 2
6. No IPLT 1 - 1 - 1 3
TOTAL STATUS of IPLT 6 8 5 7 8 34

The technical assistance for existing and new IPLT are essential for implementation of safely managed
sanitation, in combination with regular desludging (LLTT) and improved septic tank programs.
USAID IUWASH PLUS will:

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• Convince LGs and operators with functioning IPLT to, where possible, improve operation
through SOP development, and, where possible, support designs to increase capacity to
anticipate increased demand in desludging, collection, and transportation of septic tank
sludge.
• Provide technical assistance to LGs and operators with non-functional or broken IPLT to
provide recommendations for repairs and/or renovations through PUPR (National)
• Provide technical assistance in developing (participatory) Detailed Engineering Design to
selected LGs, which currently have no IPLT, but show high interest and commitment.

During PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS in collaboration with Stantec, a US-based engineering firm,
which received a subcontract from USAID PRESTASI, started developing an innovative IPLT Design
guide, with special focus on technology options and selection methodology. The draft was shared
with PUPR and comments will be incorporated in the final version. In parallel to this technical guide,
the first of a series of 5 technical trainings, each with a duration of one week, was held from 4-8
September in Jakarta. After evaluation with PUPR, some minor revisions will be incorporated in the
next trainings to be conducted between October and November in four other IUWASH PLUS
regions. The participants for all trainings are a mixture of PUPR staff (National and Provincial), IPLT
design consultants, IPLT operators and Universities that teach Environmental Engineering. After
completing the book and the training, it will all be handed over as a package to PUPR to be used in
their training center.

GIS Support for Safely Managed Sanitation

FSM implementation throughout the urban area requires a spatial-based management model, so the
operator should develop a spatial database of customers and mapping service areas with GIS. During
PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS provided technical training to three regions to develop a spatial
database of FSM customers by utilizing an android application that records geo-coordinates of each
customer and position of the septic tank.

3.5.3 Strengthen WASH Enabling Environment within LGs

In decentralized Indonesia, LGs bear the principal responsibility for WASH service delivery. The
quality of these services is directly linked to the relation between local decision makers and
politicians, which makes it critical to engage directly with them, from the start of the project, and to
advocate for more support for increased WASH service for the poorer population. After the USAID
IUWASH PLUS locations were selected, a mapping of all WASH related institutions, incentives, and
actors was conducted to better understand this landscape, while at same time the National team
strengthened collaboration with all relevant National Agencies (Bappenas, PUPR, Ministries of Home
Affairs and Health).

This section of the PY1 Annual Report explains the progress made in support for the Governance
sector. It starts with an explanation of the Governance Index (GoDex) developed to measure the
impact of USAID IUWASH PLUS support; this is followed by a detailed description of the main
governance program in PY1, which was to develop clear understanding on the WASH regulatory
framework and regulation required to safeguard improved WASH service provision.

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Governance Index

The Governance index was developed by the National team as a combination of general “good
governance” indicators and WASH service provision indicators. The result is used as an advocacy
tool showing to LG decision makers where and how they can improve their performance; as a
planning tool to prioritize joint activities; and as baseline for monitoring progress made under
USAID IUWASH PLUS. The Governance Index consists of five groups of indicators, which are
shown below:

1. Financial APBD Water, waste water and poverty programs, inclusion RISPAM & CSS
2. Accountability citizen involvement, SOP, publicizing APBD audit results
3. Gender Inclusive Gender planning, Gender Working Group, focal point, regulation and budget
4. Professionalism SPM Water, waste water, raw water, selection Head WASH operators
5. Regulation Water & Waste Water, RISPAM, CSS, business plans, poverty programs

The process of data collection and verification was similar as other indices explained before, and was
gathered through a series of consultation meetings with local stakeholders, data collection and
verification of relevant report. Some issues which emerged during this process include the following:

• All data could be collected, but for some data (especially financial) more effort was required.
• All data is considered accurate enough to be used as baseline for the Governance index.
However, continuous verification will be done, including collection of relevant reports to
maintain or, where needed, further increase data accuracy.

Diagram of the Governance Index Distribution

By the end of year 1, data for Governance Index for all 31 locations (Godex was not done for DKI
Jakarta) had been collected; the result is summarized in Exhibit 15 and shows that 8 locations score
between 20 - 50, the majority (9 locations) score between 51– 60% and the highest groups (61 –
70% and 71-80%) each have 7 locations. Details of scoring for each city can be found in Annex 8.

Exhibit 15: Distribution of Governance Index for 31 USAID IUWASH PLUS Locations

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9
8
Number of locations

7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70 71-80
Governance Index score (in %)

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WASH Regulations

During PY1, 11 WASH related regulations (2 for water supply, 6 for waste water, 3 others) were
identified that every USAID IUWASH PLUS location should have for sustainable WASH service
provision. In addition to these 11 regulations, 8 other regulations were identified for specific
programs in specific locations, including RPAM, STBM, RISPAM, Partnership between City and
District, Micro credit, etc. Combining these two groups (11 fixed and 8 flexible), the total required
regulations for all 32 USAID IUWASH PLUS locations comes to 381. By the end of PY1, 185 (48%)
were available (in different formats), leaving 52% (196) not yet done, of which 10 are ongoing. A
Summary of this is provided in Exhibit 16 and Annex 9.

Exhibit 16: List of WASH regulations in 32 USAID IUWASH PLUS Locations

No. Topic Type Explanation Done Remain


1 Water PERDA PDAM investment 29 3
2 Supply PERKADA PDAM tariff adjustment / increase 29 3
3 PERDA Waste Water Management 7 25
4 PERDA Establishing Waste Water tariff / PDAM as Waste Water 22 10
5 Waste PERKADA Establishment of Waste Water Operator 17 16
6 Water PERKADA Mandatory construction septic tank and regular emptying 9 23
7 PERKADA Implementation tariff structure 16 16
8 PERKADA Collaboration with private sector 5 27
9 PERKADA Gender responsive budgeting and planning (PPRG) 20 12
10 PERKADA Citizen Engagement Mechanism 7 25
Others
11 PERKADA Pro-poor regulation / KOTAKU 20 11
12 PERKADA Mix RPAM, RISPAM, Kredit Micro, STBM, Kota Sehat, UPTD 26
185 196

USAID IUWASH PLUS started collecting and comparing all the existing regulations to develop
templates for each of the 12 required regulations for cities which do not have them yet. This
process was almost completed during PY1 and will be ready for sharing during PY2. USAID
IUWASH PLUS teams, together with each local partner, also started identifying which of the
remaining regulations are not only the most critical to be completed in each city, but also feasible to
be completed on time, considering the resources (time and money) which go into the different
regulations, especially a PERDA which requires signing by both Major and Local Parliament
(PERKADA only requires signing by Mayor). Detailed steps for each regulation can be found in
Exhibit 17 below.

Exhibit 17: Six Steps for developing Regulation (PERDA and/or PERKADA)

No Step
1 WASH Policy identification by IUWASH PLUS Team and local partners
2 Compare the existing policies on WASH and improvement needed if any.
Coordinate with LG to form a TEAM to develop new policies / revised policies,
• If the PERDA is initiated by DPRD, the Team is under BAPEMPERDA (Badan
3 Pembentuk Perda/Regulatory Body) and involves relevant LG agencies / PDAM
• If the PERDA / PERKADA is initiated by Mayor, the TEAM only consists of LG agencies
responsible for relevant regulation

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No Step
Enable the team to process policy amendment/ develop new policy – conduct problem
4 analysis supported policy development (Naskah Akademik / Academic Paper and Draft
PERKADA / PERDA)
Present the final draft to relevant stakeholders, including socialization / public hearing to LG
5
and/or DPRD (for PERDA)
Approval and signing of the new/amended policy by Head of District/Mayor (PERDA and
6
PERKADA) & DPRD (for PERDA)

During PY1, the USAID IUWASH PLUS team started supporting 14 LGs with the development of 16
local regulations and by the end of September 2017, 6 of these had been completed. During the PY2
workplanning discussions, an additional 38 critical regulations for 27 locations were identified to be
supported.

3.5.4 Assist LGs and Institutions to Improve Protection, Management, and Allocation
of Raw Water Resources

In most of Indonesia, the availability of raw water for domestic use is already at crisis level, due to a
combination of land-use change, urbanization, and extreme weather conditions, making it critical for
USAID IUWASH PLUS to support GOI with their Water Safety Plans (Rencana Pengamanan Air
Minum or RPAM) as it especially threatens WASH services to the poor and vulnerable. The
following section summarizes the programs of USAID IUWASH PLUS implemented in PY1 in
support of the government.

Summary of RPAM (Water Safety Plan)

RPAM OPERATOR
The Government of Indonesia, supported by WHO, RPAM SUMBER
developed the concept of RPAM around 5 years ago and

KOMUNAL
for planning purposes divided it into 4 groups: RPAM OPERATOR/PDAM
• RPAM Sumber (Water Source)
• RPAM Operator (PDAM managed systems) RPAM KONSUMEN
• RPAM Komunal (Communal piped water systems)
• RPAM Konsumen (Household level water treatment)

For all 4 RPAM, groups plans need to be developed at local and provincial level which incorporate
what is known in Indonesia as the 4K (Kualitas/quality, Kuantitas/quantity, Kontinuitas/continuity and
Keterjankauan/Affordability). While in principle USAID IUWASH PLUS will be supporting all 4 RPAM
groups, the initial focus during PY1 was on 2 program activities:

1) technical assistance to National Government on improving the overall RPAM concept and
framework.
2) to test and apply the first 2 RPAM programs (Sumber and Operator) in selected USAID
IUWASH PLUS locations.

Support National Government on the Development of RPAM Framework

During PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS initiated at least 4 FGDs and larger workshops with key
stakeholders, especially Bappenas, PUPR and Ministry of Health, sharing the current RPAM
experience and emerging issues. Key conclusions from these discussions were that:

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1. the responsibility at National level for each of the 4 RPAMs requires clarification;
2. the detailed tasks within each RPAM need to be reviewed; and
3. the inclusion of the 4K in some or all aspects of each RPAM needs to be clarified.

By the end of PY1, an agreement was reached with Bappenas for USAID IUWASH PLUS to provide
direct support to develop a comprehensive RPAM framework for Indonesia, covering all 3 issues
mentioned above. Additionally, a study tour to RPAM locations in the Philippines was agreed upon
to be undertaken in December 2017.

Introduction of RPAM in USAID IUWASH PLUS locations

After the initial introduction of USAID IUWASH PLUS to all project regions, 12 locations were
chosen, in collaboration with the local partners, to develop 13 RPAM programs (four RPAM
Operator and nine RPAM Sumber, with both taking place in Bogor district). For the implementation
of these programs, a series of 11 steps was used, similar to the original steps developed for these
programs by PUPR. For the detailed steps, see Annex 10.

By the end of PY1, progress had been successful in all 13 locations as follows (details in Annex 11):
• 4 locations had completed step 1 (RPAM concept disseminated and commitment by Mayors)
• 2 locations had completed step 2 (RPAM team established and initial risk surveys conducted)
• 7 locations had (almost) completed step 3 (detailed study of catchment and other risk areas)

Some general comments on the process include the following:


• The RPAM process in all locations has received excellent support and strong commitment from
PEMDA and PDAMs, especially where they have already experienced difficulties in drinking
water services because of lack of raw water and increasing impacts of natural disasters.
• In some locations, the RPAM implementation obtains support from other (non-government)
stakeholders, such as in Kota Malang, where USAID IUWASH PLUS has good synergies with
USAID APIK, and in Kota Ternate with strong interest from CSR forum of the local banking
industry.
• Several locations have experienced crucial challenges, especially for RPAM Sumber (water
source) where the catchment area of the intake or springs are located within another
administrative district which is not a USAID IUWASH PLUS partner.
• As the RPAM program is still considered a new program, with limited exposure at local level,
many LGs do not yet understand the purpose, objectives, and benefits of the RPAM program.

In PY2, Component 2 programming activities are planned as follows:


• Continue prioritizing the NRW/EE program by continuing to process the procurement of
NRW/EE equipment, socialization of NUWAS, the NRW indicator and other parameters,
mentoring GIS program for NRW and starting NRW / EE program in all field locations.
• Assist LGs to setup designated Waste Water operators in each location and have at least 10
good ones as examples for other locations.
• For IPLT Development program, some specific activities to be carried out are as follows:
- To continue assessment of remaining IPLT and provide recommendations for improvements

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- Supporting DED IPLT for 4 locations: Deli Serdang and Bulukumba (both rehabilitation) and
Tebing Tinggi and Masohi (both new)
- Arrange collaboration of Kota and Kab Magelang on IPLT sharing, in combination with
advocacy to PUPR for allocating budgets for development of IPLT for Kab Magelang in 2019
- Complete the IPLT technology options / design training and guide and support Stantec for
Phase 2 of this program, which includes exposure to several interested local universities
- Provide direct support to at least 10 UPTD on SOP development for IPLT operation
• Conduct training to develop a spatial database of FSM customers in the remaining regions and
revise the questionnaire of septic tank census to be more user friendly and adaptive to the
addition of certain questions.
• Conduct a study tour to RPAM locations in the Philippines in December 2017.
• Complete all 13 RPAMs currently under development, and expose them to each respective LG
for endorsement and inclusion in subsequent budget cycles.

3.6 COMPONENT 3/WASH FINANCING HIGHLIGHTS


WASH financing is one of the critical elements of water and sanitation sustainable ecosystem to
achieve the Universal Access target in 2019. Strengthening the WASH financing environment has
become a crucial USAID IUWASH PLUS program in assisting the Government of Indonesia to reach
the stated development target. The issue of limitation regarding available government budget has
driven GOI to seek alternative financing sources that include private sector participation or others
and USAID IUWASH PLUS continued support of this environment. In addition, USAID IUWASH
PLUS assists the GOI in reforming finance regulation and policy to attract broader investments,
specifically from the commercial sector and given limited governmental resources. For local
government, USAID IUWASH PLUS also continued advocating local government to increase local
government budget allocations for water and sanitation improvement. A tool was created to
monitor local budget allocations to facilitate advocacy of local government to continue increasing
local budgets.

In Year One reporting period, several highlights of WASH financing activities facilitating GOI for
improving water and sanitation financing environment are described in the following sections.

3.6.1 Facilitate a Supportive Enabling Environment for WASH Financing

The enabling environment for WASH financing is a critical component for improvement of water
and sanitation services. USAID IUWASH PLUS continued to support and facilitate the government
of Indonesia to successfully achieve the Universal Access 2019 targets.

To facilitate a supportive enabling environment for WASH financing in Year 1, USAID IUWASH
PLUS has created a tool called APBD Increase Tool for local governments to monitor and evaluate
local budget allocating for water and sanitation improvements. Baseline data has been generated by
this tool for the last 3 years of historical spending for all cities in USAID IUWASH PLUS partner
cities. Visioning Workshop events that were held in several cities used the baseline data to advocate
local government to increase its local budget for water and sanitation. Local Government spending
for water and sanitation development in last 3 years (2014- 2016) for all cities and districts across
USAID IUWASH PLUS working areas is, on average, still below 1% of total local budget - APBD.

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The local budget allocation for water and sanitation in five USAID IUWASH PLUS regions can be
seen in Exhibit 18 below.

Exhibit 18: The Local Budget Allocation for Water and Sanitation

Additionally, the activities carried out in PY1 were conducted in coordination with the central
government to identify and develop regulations that will help the local providers to achieve
expansion targets. The current enabling environment for water and sanitation financing indicates that
regulations to specifically support water improvement from commercial funds (commercial bank) is
not available yet. During the last quarter, the scope of work for a consultancy to examine this issue
in detail was developed and will be undertaken in the early stage of PY2.

Under the sub-task of supporting enabling environment for WASH financing, USAID IUWASH PLUS
also planned to develop a new financing product for specifically funding the water supply
improvement programs. The new financing product will require new regulations from both national
and provincial / local level.

Developing a new financing product includes preparation of regulations to ensure the new product
complies with government regulations both at the local and central level. Water Revolving Fund or
Pool of Funds is one of the financial products proposed by USAID IUWASH PLUS to assist local
utilities (such as PDAM) to access financing at a lower interest and with a longer period of
repayment compared to common investment fund currently available in the financial market.
Mismatch of asset depreciation’s period and current loan repayment of the available bank’s loan
product has become a main consideration in developing this financing product. Additionally, a
relatively high interest rate has made it difficult for PDAM to access the market due to PDAM’s
income being partly generated from social customers.

In the fifth quarter, USAID IUWASH PLUS continued working to this specific program and selection
for consultants. The consultants will begin immediately to implement the taks in the next quarter.
Activities will begin assessing (study) current regulations relating to water and sanitation funds
(public and private fund) and evaluate if those comply and support the plan or require development
of a new regulation or policy. The anticipated new regulations of pool of funds will require support
from all stakeholders, including central government through the Financial Service Authority (Otoritas

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Jasa Keuangan/OJK) and Ministry of Finance, and provincial government as the shareholder of Bank
Pembangunan Daerah. Local governments that will ‘buy into’ the product need to issue regulations
for direct equity transfer to this revolving scheme.

During the last quarter, USAID IUWASH PLUS also continued to support BAPPENAS that planned
to issue specific regulations for the new microfinance product for water and sanitation. The
limitation of government funds has led to stakeholders aiming to attract additional private funding to
supplement the government funding through the micro finance program to increase access for water
and sanitation. In order to achieve this, USAID IUWASH PLUS has held several discussions with
BAPPENAS, Ministry of Public Works and others. Activities of supporting the water and sanitation
microfinance program will include conducting the pilot and developing tool kits and regulations.

3.6.2 Facilitate Increased Access to Finance for WASH

Facilitating the local governments and utilities to have access of fund for water and sanitation service
improvement is one of USAID IUWASH PLUS roles serving as a liaison among actors in the urban
WASH ecosystem.

Project of water supply regionalization in North Sumatra, MEBIDANG, has been facilitated to linkage
of local-national by preparing feasibility documents and bringing local stakeholders (PDAM and
Provincial Government) to national level to present the proposed project and advocate for funding.
The project will serve multi districts under regionalization program and planned provincial
government institution would operate the system.

The status of MEBIDANG project in the fifth quarter is in


the finalization of cooperation agreements among central
government, provincial and local governments of several
crucial contents in relation to the regionalization of water
supply. It is projected that the project’s financial close will
be reached by the end of 2017 and followed by
construction in 2018. Other regionalization projects located
in Central Java province of WOSUSOKAS also continued
receiving facilitation from USAID IUWASH PLUS. Similar USAID IUWASH PLUS

sources of fund from central government -APBN will FGD on Institutional Establishment –
MEBIDANG regionalization water supply
finance the production and main distribution facilities where project, held in North Sumatra Provincial
the project’s off-takers (local government/operators) will Bappeda office on May 29, 2017.
finance its downstream infrastructure to include secondary
distribution networks and household connections. Calculation and agreement of treated water tariffs
is still in process for agreement as of this last quarter. USAID IUWASH PLUS will continue
facilitating the remaining process up to the financial close of the project.

In the sanitation sector, USAID IUWASH PLUS in this Year 1 period has facilitated 2 projects, one in
Kabupaten Tangerang, Banten province running the program of sanitation grant (Hibah Sanitasi) for
individual septic tanks and the other in Kabupaten Sidoarjo which plans to build a new sludge
treatment plant through private sector funds. Regarding the sanitation grant program in Tangerang,
USAID IUWASH PLUS has facilitated the project developing DED as the crucial pre-conditions of
the process in obtaining central government fund or APBN. Meanwhile, regarding a new sludge
treatment plant project in Kabupaten Sidoarjo, East Java, USAID IUWASH PLUS has conducted

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preliminary discussion with local government who plans to begin developing the feasibility study. The
project is largely being funded by the private sector.

Exhibit 19 below describes detailed activities and status of water and sanitation projects securing
financing from the government and private sector in USAID IUWASH PLUS partner cities/districts.

Exhibit 19: Capital Expenditure Financing on Water and Sanitation Projects

Progress through End of


PDAM Project Description
September 2017
Medan City, North • MEBIDANG – 2,000 LPS of bulk water In process –DED revision is completed.
Sumatra supply for three cities: Medan, Binjai and Cooperation agreements is in process.
Deli Serdang – regionalization of water
supply.
• Anticipated financing: APBN
• 240 LPS of new Water Treatment Plant Review of FS completed and continued
Denai Project with
• Anticipated financing: PPP Market Sounding.
Bekasi City, West • 200 LPS of new Water Treatment Plant Facilitated developing cooperation
Java Jatisari agreement between PDAM and
• Anticipated financing: PPP selected private sector.
Depok City, West • Up rating Water Treatment Plant of PDAM Preliminary discussion to develop DED
Java Kota Depok for 1000 LPS funded by
internal cash PDAM Depok
• Anticipated financing: Internal cash PDAM
Tangerang District, • Installation of 200 household septic Tanks – DED and proposal for grant prepared
Banten grant sanitation project. by USAID IUWASH PLUS.
• Anticipated financing: Grant central Preparation is completed and
Government (APBN) construction is in progress.
Gresik, • 1,000 LPS of Sembayat new Water In process - FS completed, Raw Water
East Java Treatment Plant Project with gradual permit (SIPA) is in process.
development
• Anticipated financing: PPP
Magelang City, • 50 LPS of Tuk Pecah, spring water source FS by USAID IUWASH PLUS is in
Central Java facilities and main distribution pipes process
• 76 LPS of Kanoman, spring water source
facilities and main distribution pipes.
Sukoharjo District, • 100 LPS of Bulakan new water treatment FS by USAID IUWASH PLUS is in
Central Java plant and main distribution pipes. process
• Anticipated financing: APBN
Gresik, • 1,000 LPS of Sembayat new treatment plant FS by USAID IUWASH PLUS
East Java Project with gradual development completed, Raw Water permit (SIPA) is
• Anticipated financing: PPP in process.
Sidoarjo, Eas • 1new sludge treatment plant (IPLT) Preliminary discussion with local
District Java • Anticipated financing: Private Sector -PPP government for project preparation.

3.6.3 Provide Technical Assistance to Key Financing Facilities

Support from the financing facility to increase capacity in the water and sanitation sector will be
implemented by USAID IUWASH PLUS under the task of creating financial product of Water
Revolving Fund or Pool of Funds. The product is designed to resolve the access to finance issue of

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water utilities with a lower rate and a longer repayment term. The new product will be housed in
the provincial government through its Bank Pembangunan Daerah. To implement the idea, USAID
IUWASH PLUS plans to introduce the product and approach the provincial government of Central
Java and East Java as the pilot location of the new financing product. It has been planned that
activities will include a lot of capacity building delivered to the Bank to have comprehensive
knowledge of the water sector. As of this quarter, the status of the task is in preparation where the
consultant to implement the program is in process for selection.

Additionally, in Program Year 1 USAID IUWASH PLUS started to link with the World Bank, which
planned to run the NUWSP (National Urban Water Supply Project) under the coordination of the
Ministry of Public Works and Housing. The NUWSP will run among other the PDAM improvement
programs to decrease non-revenue water and efficiency energy. To do so, USAID IUWASH PLUS
and the World Bank will jointly implement the program in several PDAMs, especially for those under
the USAID IUWASH PLUS partners.

This year USAID IUWASH PLUS and the World Bank has conducted the dissemination of the
NUWSP program to PDAM in North Sumatra, South Sulawesi, East Indonesia and Central Java.
Other regions to include, namely East Java, West Java and Tangerang, will follow in the next quarter.
Also in the next quarter, other tasks that will be supported by USAID IUWASH PLUS in the
NUWSP program include a preparation of technical guidance (Juknis), formulation of NRW
indicators, and incentive amount (grant) provided to PDAM to implement the NRW reduction
program and energy efficiency.

In implementing the NUWSP program, USAID IUWASH PLUS has anticipated a situation where
local government has financial difficulty to pre-finance the program implementation. USAID
IUWASH PLUS has conducted preliminary discussion with PT SMI (Sarana Multi Infrastructure) this
year for this issue and indicated PT SMI could offer a short-term loan to local government for pre-
financing the program. It has been planned that USAID IUWASH PLUS will work closely with PT SMI
in assisting local government or PDAM to implement the NUWSP program.

3.6.4 Increase Household Access to Finance for WASH Services

Household access to finance is essential to respond to demand for water and sanitation, specifically
from poor households. The cost of constructing sanitation facilities and the connection fee charged
by PDAM have been considered expensive as the poor households are required to pay it in one
payment (around Rp2 million) instead of more affordable monthly repayments. Microfinance for
water and sanitation is a solution to resolve the financial issue at household level and is strongly
supported by USAID IUWASH PLUS. A microfinance workshop was held in 2016 hosted by
BAPPENAS with support from USAID IUWASH PLUS indicated that microfinance scheme is a
solution for households to access water and/or sanitation at a reasonable price. The scheme also
indirectly resolves the government’s issue on limited national budget] to reach universal access by
2019. To enable microfinance to be nationally marketed by financial institutions and microfinance
institutions, BAPPENAS, with support from Financial Service Authority or OJK, plans to create a
microfinance financial product for water and sanitation. USAID IUWASH PLUS will provide technical
assistance to implement the plan.

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To accomplish this, USAID IUWASH PLUS plans to begin its
microfinance program with pilots in some cities and districts.
Activities to support the pilot have been conducted in this last
quarter across regional IUWASH PLUS working areas, which
included holding courtesy meetings in some potential finance
and microfinance institutions. The meetings aimed to
introduce a USAID IUWASH PLUS supported water and
sanitation improvement program and USAID IUWASH PLUS
invites financial institutions to support the microfinance
USAID IUWASH PLUS program in this sector. Also, continued activity for the
WASH Microfinance Workshop held in microfinance pilot preparation has been conducted with a
Ternate City on September 15, 2017. selection of microfinance institutions. The institutions will
then be invited to the microfinance workshop to directly
receive comprehensive water and sanitation information from local stakeholders. In September 2017
USAID IUWASH PLUS held a microfinance workshop in Kota Ternate and other cities will follow in
the next quarter. Exhibit 20 below is a list of potential partners and selected finance and
microfinance institutions and their status and planned activities.

Exhibit 20: List of Finance and Microfinance Institutions

Progress through End of


Region Finance and Microfinance Institution
September 2017
North Sumatra Bank Perkreditan Rakyat – BPR Pijer Courtesy meeting is completed.
Workshop to follow
Credit Union Mandiri, Medan Representative
NBP Group – Nusantara Bona Pasogit, BPR. North
Sumatera Operation Area
West Java and NBP Group – Nusantara Bona Pasogit, BPR. Bogor Courtesy meeting is completed.
Banten Operation Area. Workshop to follow
Koperasi Syariah Benteng Mikro Indonesia, Kopsyah
BMI, Kabupaten Tangerang.
Central Java Bank Perkreditan Rakyat – BPR Grogol, Kabupaten Courtesy meeting is completed.
Sukoharjo, Central Java. Workshop to follow
Bank Perkreditan Rakyat – BPR Kota Magelang.
Central Java.
East Java Bina Arta Ventura – BAV – East Java Area. Courtesy meeting is completed.
Workshop to follow
Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Timur – BPD Jatim.
South Sulawesi and Bank Syariah, Bank Perkreditan Rakyat Syariah Bahari Courtesy meeting is completed.
East Indonesia Berkesan, Kota Ternate, North Maluku Workshop held in September 2017.
(SSEI) Koperasi Bhakti Huria, Kota Makassar, South Sulawesi

Additionally, this quarter activities of microfinance program include market segmentation study that
aims to identify current beneficiaries of water and sanitation grants and microfinance scheme. The
study will be providing clear information of segment of grant and microfinance scheme and used as
reference by both government and microfinance institutions serving access water and sanitation for

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the poor. Up to this quarter the status is in process of data collection of beneficiaries and will
continue with analysis in the next quarter.

In relation to the regulation reform of commercial financing of WASH, USAID IUWASH PLUS plans
to develop a microfinance toolkit. In this quarter, the preliminary stage is in process, which includes
developing scope of works and selection of the consultant. The toolkit will be tested in pilot
activities and is expected to continue with full implementation. Additionally, it will also be used by
GOI as a reference to regulate microfinancing through developing a microfinance product for water
and sanitation.

In PY2, Component 3 programming activities are planned as follows:


• Preparing gap analysis for public and non-public financing existing regulation for the water
sector to include elaboration of pooled fund regulations.
• Continuing to identify potential water and sanitation projects to be developed by local utilities
and local government.
• Facilitating regionalization water supply program of MEBIDANG, specifically developing
cooperation agreement between North Sumatra provincial government, PDAMs and GOI. Also,
facilitating WOSUSOKAS Central Java regionalization water supply project.
• Facilitating other water and sanitation capital expenditures financing across cities.
• Assisting PDAM to implement NRW reduction and energy efficiency for the NUWSP program.
• Continuing collaborating with the World Bank to follow up preparation of NUWSP program.
• Facilitating PT SMI to provide short-term loans to municipalities for NUWSP pre-financing fund.
• Conducting microfinance workshops for selected MFIs and local stakeholders to explain the
WASH program under USAID IUWASH PLUS.
• Preparing microfinance product development for MFIs and continuing segmentation study for
microfinance and grant program.

3.7 COMPONENT 4/WASH ADVOCACY, COORDINATION,


AND COMMUNICATION HIGHLIGHTS
The urban WASH ecosystem does not stop at the local level, but is enabled and strengthened
through linkages to national institutions and the associated policies, programs, and resources. These
linkages are not only about funding flows, but also concern information flows whereby national
agencies promulgate overarching goals and strategies for change (top-down) while local
implementers provide feedback on successes and constraints (bottom-up). Such mutually reinforcing
communication flows are fundamental to the WASH ecosystem, fostering consensus and facilitating
an improved enabling environment for poor-inclusive WASH services. Under Component 4 the
USAID IUWASH PLUS team will bring regionally focused successes under Components 1, 2, and 3
to scale, informing the national WASH agenda in support of broader sector transformation.
Component 4 focuses on enhancing the capture, dissemination, and integration of lessons learned
and best practices to improve national policies and programs while also strengthening the
coordination of WASH programming among national government agencies.

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3.7.1 Build Capacity of National WASH Coordination Agencies

Coordinating agencies such as the Water Supply and Sanitation Working Group (Pokja AMPL) play a
strategic advocacy role and can therefore serve as a catalyst to expand the reach of USAID
IUWASH PLUS beyond the priority provinces, and to contribute to the GOI’s broader goal of
achieving Universal Access 2019 and SDGs 2030 nation-wide. In PY1, several activities have been
initiated to pave the effort of strengthening Pokja AMPL at national level. In addition, similar
initiatives were implemented at regional level as the need to have better coordination and
collaborative efforts in WASH sector is also high. The initial activities for building the capacity of
Pokja AMPL include:
• Program framework workshop for
strengthening WASH coordination agencies,
including Pokja AMPL, was conducted in
March 2017, attended by relevant stakeholders
namely Bappenas, the Ministry of Public
Works and Housing, the Ministry of Health,
Pokja and Jejaring AMPL, UNICEF, the World
Bank, and DFAT. The workshop raised several
Taufik Sugandi/USAID IUWASH PLUS
issues including the current status of Pokja
AMPL and expected strategic roles in pushing Discussion on USAID IUWASH PLUS program
framework for strengthening Pokja AMPL and
the universal access agenda forward. It was CSR activities held in Jakarta on March 2, 2017.
agreed that the efforts to strengthen Pokja
AMPL will start with assessment of the status and capacity of Pokja AMPL and strategic
intervention will be developed based on the assessment results.
• A series of discussion with Bappenas resulted in key areas for assessment and mapping such as
perception and expectation of stakeholders to Pokja AMPL, institutional and financing aspects,
programs and activities that are or were implemented, achievements and results so far, and the
constraints faced by Pokja AMPL. The assessment will mainly be conducted for the national
Pokja AMPL with feedbacks from several regional Pokja AMPL; while the mapping out of the
status and activity will be conducted for the regional Pokja AMPL in all USAID IUWASH PLUS
locations.
• In July 2017, a Pokja AMPL workshop was conducted in Ternate City, which resulted in the
decision to put Pokja AMPL Ternate City as a key institution to drive the initiatives of CSR
partnership for WASH and water safety plan (Rencana Pengamanan Air Minum).

The STBM secretariat also plays a critical role in coordinating efforts to mainstream and scale up
STBM, an approach to increase demand for safe sanitation through behavior change in Indonesia.
Although the restructuring of STBM secretariat by Ministry of Health influenced to some of
coordinating function, in PY1 several activities were conducted to support STBM secretariat,
including:
• A Jejaring STBM meeting was conducted in November 2016. The meeting was attended by
participants from relevant donor programs, international and national NGOs, private sector
organizations, and GOI institutions, including from non-traditional partners such as Indonesia
National Army (TNI) and Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI). The meeting addressed two main
topics, namely the STBM roadmap as an implementation strategy for achieving Universal Access
sanitation target and its emerging challenges. To promote synergy among the STBM partners,

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several recommendations resulted from the meeting, which included enhancement of
coordination, collaboration, knowledge sharing, developing alternative financing mechanism,
improving tools and methodology.
• Support for Rakornas (national coordination meeting) STBM. The Rakornas STBM was
conducted in February 2017 called for collaborative action from all stakeholders to accelerate
the achievement of universal access for WASH by 2019. USAID IUWASH PLUS supported
MOH by conducting several activities involving media, including a media visit to Kelurahan
Pekojan, media discussion with echelon 2 from relevant ministries (Bappenas, MOH, MPWH,
and MOHA), a joint session on media roles for advocating sanitation sector, bringing speakers
from Jaringan Jurnalis Peduli Sanitasi Makassar and the Jakarta Post.

3.7.2 Strengthen National-level WASH Policy and Regulatory Environment

Advancing RPAM Framework in Indonesia

The water safety plan (WSP) approach is widely


recognized as the most reliable and effective way to
consistently manage drinking-water supplies to safeguard
public health. In Indonesia, RPAM is an effort to secure
water supply from its source to the consumer’s water tap
that uses the principles of risk management, known as
RPAM Sumber, Operator, Komunal and Konsumen (Source,
Operator, Communal and Consumer). RPAM has been
initiated since 2012, beginning with a pilot of RPAM in Taufik Sugandi/USAID IUWASH PLUS
several locations. From those initiatives, several results
Group discussion of RPAM Source and
and outputs have been produced, including a road map Operator discussing challenges and
and guidelines, and operator technical guidelines adopted approaches for Source and Operator RPAM
from the WHO water safety plan manual. However, to in implementing the RPAM.
better codify the RPAM process and provide a sound programmatic basis for scaling the effort up,
several additional efforts are required, such as a national RPAM policy, programming framework,
implementation strategy and action plan, as well as financing mechanism. USAID IUWASH PLUS will
contribute to this process through sharing its own experience in RPAM implementation, as well as
directly contributing to the efforts of its national-level GOI partners for advancing national-level
dialogue and policy development.

In PY1 several activities were conducted to support the advancement of RPAM framework in
Indonesia, including:
• Inter-ministerial meetings/discussion to discuss several issues including the need to update the
initial concept, develop clear national framework/policy, clarify the responsible institutions for
each RPAM elements, and focus of RPAM which not only focuses on quality, but also include
quantity, continuity, and affordability. The inter-ministerial meeting/discussion will continue
during the process of consolidated RPAM lessons learned, best practices, and feedbacks from
both national and local level which will become the basis to address those issues.
• Conducting knowledge event and sharing on RPAM during Indowater 2017 in July 2017. The
event was attended by relevant stakeholders from national and local level, including central and
local governments, donors, and PDAMs. This session covered a wide range of issues that
include challenges, approaches and policy/regulation related to the RPAM implementation. The

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discussion resulted in several recommendations and follow-up plans in 4 main topics, which are:
understanding of RPAM concept and principles, regulatory framework, responsible institutions,
and implementation strategy.

Support Grand Design of Water Supply and Sanitation for DKI Jakarta

As the capital of Indonesia, DKI Jakarta still faces huge challenges in water supply and sanitation. The
water supply services provided by PAM Jaya (water supply company) only cover around 60% of DKI
Jakarta area and 25% of the total population. Most of the people in DKI Jakarta rely on deep and
shallow wells, some of which are indicated to be highly polluted. A similar condition occurs in safely-
managed sanitation and wastewater service; most Jakartans rely on non-standard septic tank and
rarely desludge. Moreover, according to M&E STBM data around 500,000 households still practice
open defecation. To increase priority for water supply and sanitation in DKI Jakarta, USAID
IUWASH PLUS supports the provincial government of DKI Jakarta to develop a grand design of
water supply and sanitation (focus on domestic wastewater). The grand design will be used as
reference for developing the new regional mid-term development plan (RPJMD) for 2018-2022 to
ensure water supply and sanitation program is more significant. Several activities were conducted in
PY1 to support the development of grand design, including:
• A series of meetings were held with relevant local agencies (Dinas), development
partners/donors, and programs related to water supply and sanitation to discuss current
conditions, issues, goals, and priority for WASH sector development in DKI Jakarta. As all
stakeholders working in WASH need a platform to communicate and initiate collaboration, the
WASH stakeholders meeting is agreed to be continued and called as Forum AMPL.
• Develop interactive map, which displays various data related to WASH collected from various
local agencies and regional statistical biro (BPS DKI Jakarta) into the GIS map. The interactive
map is highly appreciated by relevant stakeholders as it can show the WASH condition down to
kelurahan level and is useful as a planning tool. The updated interactive media can be seen in
Exhibit 21 below.
• Facilitated stakeholders’ workshop for discussing issues and priorities for grand design of water
supply and sanitation, in collaboration with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The
workshop aimed to gather input and feedback on issues highlighted in the grand design,
including technology options, priority areas, assets/land, financing, and regulations. In addition,
the workshop also served as the collaboration forum for many stakeholder works on WASH
sector in DKI Jakarta, include OPDs, PD PAL Jaya, PAM Jaya, and donors/programs.

Exhibit 21. Interactive Map of DKI Jakarta

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3.7.3 Share and mainstream lessons learned and best practices through toolkits,
manuals, events, online dissemination

During the PY1, the project produced the communication and informational materials to support the
sharing and mainstreaming of lessons learned through toolkits, manuals, events, and online
dissemination. Project accomplishments during PY1 in this regard include the following:
• Completing the development of project communication products, consisting of USAID
IUWASH PLUS and six programmatic factsheets, four regional factsheets and four district/city
factsheets. In addition to that, five standing banners were also produced. Details of the list of
products can be seen in the Exhibit 20 below.
• Publishing USAID IUWASH PLUS E-newsletter on the website and disseminating it via email to
the subscribers. The first edition of the E-newsletter was published in May 2017 with 54
subscribers who are mostly partners at the national level. The second edition was published in
September 2017, and the number of subscribers increased to 176, comprising of partners from
the national and regional level, as well as the public who subscribed to the e-newsletter directly
from the website.
• Completing the website development process and submitted the website concept and layout to
the Website Governance Board for approval. The website is regularly updated with news of
project activities.
• Maintaining and updating social media (Facebook Page and Twitter) to reach the target audience
and widely disseminate information. Social media has been an effective tool to engage the public
with the USAID IUWASH PLUS activities and to reach local stakeholders. As of September
2017, USAID IUWASH PLUS Facebook Page had 265 Friends and 117 Fans; while the Twitter
account had 577 Followers.
• Contributing five articles on urban STBM, safely-managed sanitation and microfinance for
sanitation, as well as book recommendation on Improving Lifestyle and Health for STBM E-
newsletter December 2016 edition (http://stbm-
indonesia.org/enewsletter/desember_2016.html). USAID IUWASH PLUS also contributed input
for potential articles on WASH CSR and Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) for Percik Magazine
2017 that will be produced by Pokja AMPL.
• Throughout the year, the Communications Team also continued to provide support for special
events and visits at the national and regional levels.

Details on communication products, e-newsletter, website, and the social media can be seen in
Exhibit 22 on the activity’s communications metrics in PY1.

Exhibit 22: Update on the Activity’s Communications Metric in PY1

N Communication
Description Measurement
o Tools
1 Press releases, Many activities held in the national and regional
press conferences, levels were shared with the media to promote A total of 187 articles (print, broadcast,
and media understanding, influence decision makers and and online) were collected between
interviews relevant stakeholders on WASH sector issues and November 2016 and August 2017
development agenda.
2 Site visits GOI: 1 visit to Kopsyah BMI Tangerangon Dec. 13,
2016

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N Communication
Description Measurement
o Tools
Media: 1 visit to Kelurahan Pekojan March 15, 2017 For detailed media coverage from July –
September 2017, see Annex 12
USAID/USG:
- 4 USAID visits to Medan November 7, 2016,
January 12-13, 2017, and May 2, 2017; and to
Makassar May 18-19, 2017.
- 1 Ambassador visit to Medan July 5, 2017
3 E-newsletter The first edition was published in May 2017 As of May 2017:
featuring five stories on media engagement, • Number of recipients/ subscribers: 54
Rakornas STBM, USAID visit, L2T2 Marketing • Number of page views: 309 out of a
Strategy, and communal sanitation facility. total of 2,670 website page views
The second edition was published in September As of September 2017:
2017 featuring six stories, including water and • Number of recipients/ subscribers:
sanitation development, LLTT, GIS, RPAM, WASH 179
CSR, and participatory assessment and triggering • Number of page views: 203 out of a
activities. total of 3,791 website page views
4 Project website - The website is used as a platform for sharing August to September 2017:
www.iuwashplus.or information and strengthening multi-sectorial • Number of page views: 3,791
.id coordination among stakeholders. USAID guidance • Users (unique visitors): 747
regarding websites is closely adhered to.
- Sessions (visits): 1,190
• New Visitors: 636 (53.4%)
• Returning Visitors: 554 (46.6%)
5 Social media The project disseminates materials and key August to September 2017:
messages via social media platforms such as
Facebook: Twitter:
Facebook and Twitter as a means of drawing
attention from key stakeholders. USAID guidance • Friends: 271 • Followers: 578
regarding social media use is closely adhered to. • Fans: 118 o Male: 62%
o Male: 73% o Female: 38%
USAID IUWASH PLUS social media accounts are
o Female: 27% • Following: 195
as follows:
• Facebook Account & Fan Page • Total Likes: 118 • Tweets: 1053
(facebook.com/Iuwashplus) • Total Follows: • Retweets: 22
• Twitter (@airsanitasi) 119
• Mentions: 12
• Page View: 12
• Total Reach: 34 • Impressions:
• Engagement: 11 14300
• Engagement:
1.3%
• Likes: 19
• Replies: 0
6 Other public Project communication products: It is estimated that around 3,000 various
communication factsheets and infographics were
• General & program factsheets: USAID IUWASH
materials, such as distributed during various activities held
PLUS, LSIC, LLTT, NRW, CSR, Infiltration
fact sheets, at the national and regional levels.
Ponds, RPAM
posters, banners,
• Regional factsheets: North Sumatra, Central
research results
Java, East Java, SSEI, WJDT (initial draft)
and studies, PSAs,
• City/District Factsheet: Medan, Sibolga,
videos, and
Magelang, Ternate, Pematangsiantar
webcasts
• Site Profile: Kelurahan Sari Rejo and Kelurahan
Kedai Durian in Medan, Kelurahan Pekojan in
Jakarta
• STBM factsheet: E. coli and water contamination
in Jakarta, and STBM Infographics

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N Communication
Description Measurement
o Tools
• Banners: USAID IUWASH PLUS, Urban WASH
Ecosystem, why septic tanks are necessary, safe
septic tank characteristics, safely-managed
sanitation
Knowledge products:
• Technical Note on Microcredit
• Draft CSR Book (under internal review)

The progress of activities held in the last quarter of PY1 (July-September 2017) include supporting
the development of CSR Book on Wash, Health and Sustainable Business: Options for Water Supply,
Sanitation and Hygiene Programs for CSR. The initial draft is still under internal review for
finalization; producing Pematangsiantar and WJDT factsheets; and updating the website and social
media with activities held at the national and regional level.

During this last quarter, a clearer definition and requirements of knowledge event were defined to
get a better understanding of what activities are classified as a knowledge event. To distinguish a
knowledge event from other routine program activities, a knowledge event is defined as an activity
that gives knowledge/learning support to increase performance, as well as promoting the adoption
process by the participants in their respective institutions. The objective of a knowledge event is to
bring successful approaches to scale. With that regard, the reporting of knowledge event results
must be completed with the evaluations of participant skills/awareness/knowledge and plan to adopt
the skills/knowledge, in the form of pre- and post-test or questionnaire and action plan. The
knowledge events conducted in PY1 are listed in the Annex 2.

3.7.4 CSR Partnership for WASH

The strategy of CSR partnership focuses on building the capacity and creating CSR partnership for
WASH at the local level. At the national level, working with Pokja AMPL and other relevant
stakeholders, USAID IUWASH PLUS will collate models for CSR partnership and develop references
such as list of activities, capacity building options distilled from experiences and lessons learned of
CSR partnership implementation at local level. In addition, USAID IUWASH PLUS will also facilitate
regular discussion and sharing knowledge among stakeholders at national level to promote
replication and scaling up of CSR partnership for WASH.

Several activities were initiated to promote CSR partnership for WASH at the local and national
level, which include the following:
• Develop the list of WASH optional activities for CSR partnership as a reference to promote
WASH activities for CSR program. The document was finalized in September 2017, and will be
printed and distributed starting October 2017. The menu of WASH activities is intended to be
a growing document, which will be updated as necessary based on experiences and lessons
learned gained from implementation at local level.
• A series of meetings to support CSR Forum were held in Tangerang District. One of the
objectives of the meetings is to expand the forum membership to include other private sectors
operating in Tangerang District and advocate Local Government to create a reward mechanism
for CSR program.

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• A CSR partnership workshop was conducted in
Gresik which resulted in a potential partnership
with PT. Petrokimia who will provide support to
increase households’ connections to Communal
IPAL in the sub-districts of Gresik, Kebomas and
Manyar. The follow up discussion with PT.
Petrokimia is currently on-going, and the CSR
program implementation is expected to start in
November 2017.
• A CSR partnership workshop was conducted in Asep Maman/USAID IUWASH PLUS

Ternate City which boosted the commitment to USAID IUWASH PLUS having discussion on
collaborate from both City Government and local CSR potentials in Ternate City with Ternate
Mayor Burhan Abdurahman.
private entities. Both parties have agreed to
develop a program to improve water conservation through infiltration ponds to be launched on
the Ternate City anniversary in end of November 2017.
• At the national level, a discussion on mainstreaming CSR partnership was initiated on June 19,
2017 with relevant stakeholders such as Bappenas, Jejaring AMPL, UNICEF, and USDP.

The follow up CSR partnership for WASH in Ternate City was conducted from September 27-28,
which included technical preparation and discussion involving City Government and representatives
from private, namely Bank Indonesia (BI) and Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) Ternate branches. In the
discussion, Bank Indonesia pledged a commitment to fund the infiltration pond program.

3.7.5 Engaging Media to Enhance Sector Advocacy

In PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS focused on building relationships and networks with journalists at
national and regional level, recognizing media roles in influencing society, including in the water
supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector, and bringing important public concerns to the
attention of the government. Several activities were conducted in PY1 to engage media to play a role
as an advocacy actor for WASH sector, including the following:
• Support Rakornas STBM though series of activities with media under the title of ‘Road to
Rakornas STBM’, including media a visit to Kelurahan Pekojan in DKI Jakarta, media discussion
with echelon 2 from relevant Ministries (Bappenas, MoH, MPWH, and MOHA), doorstop with
Ministry and Echelon 1 of MoH, and a plenary session which highlighted media experiences in
conducting advocacy, especially in the WASH sector. The support was able to bring the
sanitation issues into the media headlines.
• In Medan, several media discussions were initiated, which resulted in an informal WASH
journalist network through social media as a platform to exchange information and discuss
issues. The media and USAID IUWASH PLUS agreed to push for a framework of cooperation
to encourage policy change and educate the public on water supply and sanitation issues, and
encourage hygiene behavior in North Sumatra. In the last media discussion, the WASH Medan
journalist network agreed to support the program for improving sanitation conditions in Medan,
i.e. campaign and advocacy to encourage the use of standard and safe septic tanks.
• In Makassar, working with Forum Jurnalis Peduli Sanitasi (forum of journalist care for sanitation),
similar initiatives were implemented, including a thematic discussion with media, City
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a commitment to continue the discussion through regular meetings and to work together to
campaign and advocate improved access to WASH in Makassar.
• In this reporting period, media engaged activities showed progress in terms of news coverage of
USAID IUWASH PLUS activities in the field. A total of 187 articles (print, broadcast, and online)
were collected between November 2016 and August 2017 which focused exclusively on the
WASH issues and USAID IUWASH PLUS activities working with governments and key
stakeholders at national and regional levels. The media also underlined the USAID IUWASH
PLUS key roles in establishing and building capacity and promote collaboration among WASH
players which are critical for achieving the universal access target 2019 and SDGs 2030.

As the role of media is increasing, there is a growing need to build the capacity of media to enable
them to become powerful advocacy actors for the WASH sector. Media relations, capacity building
for media, and collaborative advocacy activities will become the strategy of media engagement in
USAID IUWASH PLUS, which is expected to improve everyone’s understanding of sector issues and
initiate actions for improvement. For USAID IUWASH PLUS team reference, a guide and protocol
for engaging and working with media has been developed and disseminated to most regional offices.

In PY2, Component 4 programming activities are planned as follows:


• Conduct key activities for strengthening WASH coordination agencies, mainly Pokja AMPL,
based on recommendation from Pokja AMPL assessment.
• Conduct two field visits to the Philippines on water safety plan/RPAM to shape up national
policy/framework.
• Provide technical assistance for advancing national-level dialogue and framework/policy
development, which will include review of results and lessons learned from previous RPAM
pilots.
• In collaboration with component 2, boost the capacity of Forkalim to enable them to
provide better support for its members (waste water operators) and improve relations with
governments and other stakeholders.
• Continue to produce district/city factsheets, e-newsletter and other knowledge products
such as technical notes and video; print the WASH CSR book; maintain and update the
project website and social media; and continue to provide support for special events and
visits at the national and regional levels.
• Facilitate other CSR partnership workshops, such as in Bekasi, Makassar, and Probolinggo
Cities.
• With national Pokja AMPL, start to develop supporting documents/references about CSR
partnership for WASH, including the compilation of different partnership models and
capacity building options.
• Continue to conduct media activities and engagements in USAID IUWASH PLUS regions,
which will lead to advocacy effort for WASH.
• Facilitate knowledge events for sharing and promoting replication of best practices through
various events.

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3.8 LOCAL SUSTAINABILITY AND INNOVATION
COMPONENT (LSIC)
The LSIC will provide an opportunity to push the boundaries of WASH programming in Indonesia
through the engagement of a diverse set of stakeholders in open innovation approaches that build
local capacity. With an established technology sector, a burgeoning maker movement, and a
multitude of academic institutions, Indonesia is fertile ground for home-grown solutions. LSIC will
use a mix of grants, subcontracts, special activities and in-kind mechanisms to incentivize Indonesia’s
private sector and universities to take risks, stimulate innovation, and deliver sustainable solutions to
significant WASH sector challenges. In PY1, several activities and initiatives were developed under
LSIC, including the following:
• Gathering with the maker community, which
was conducted in collaboration with USAID
APIK and Makedonia. The workshop
presented various open source technologies
including those related to challenges faced by
the projects and also encouraged attendees
to think about how the projects could work
together in finding open source hardware
Siti Wahyuni/USAID IUWASH PLUS
that could help the WASH sector in
USAID IUWASH PLUS and Makedonia discussing OSH
improving the quality of service delivery. Development with PDAM Tirta Pakuan of Bogor City
• In collaboration with Makedonia, a on August 8, 2017.
prototype of a real-time water pressure
sensor was developed and piloted in two PDAMs, which are PDAM in Bekasi and Bogor Cities.
The prototype is expected to help PDAMs to obtain nearly accurate, real-time data for
network pressure at a low cost, which can also be adapted to PDAM’s need and condition. This
activity has been started and is still on-going.
• Supporting the Government of Indonesia to update the RPAM national framework and develop
RPAM policy. The activity will support the GOI to review the results and lessons learned from
various RPAM initiatives and feed into the national framework and policy. The activity is planned
to commence at the end of October 2017.
• Upgrading septic tanks in Medan and Deli Serdang, North Sumatra. The activity is expected to
address the issues of the wide use of non-standard septic tanks by developing a technology and
methodology for upgrading existing non-standard septic tanks into standard ones, and
developing options for domestic wastewater treatment systems when upgrading is not feasible.
The field activity will commence in November 2017.
• Septage management program for Kopsyah BMI. The activity will support BMI to identify and
establish the optimum septage collection system for all their members, including build the
operational, institutional and financial capacity for BMI to implement a desludging program for
all BMI members in Tangerang District. The field activity will commence in November 2017.
• Sustainable water safety plan (RPAM) capacity development. The activity supports the RPAM—
mainly source and operator—initiatives that were implemented by PDAMs in Indonesia by
building the capacity of Akatirta on the subject. Akatirta is an education institution that trains
students and technical personnel from the Municipal Water Supply Company (PDAM) to meet
the needs of professional, technical staff in PDAM. The capacity building program for Akatirta

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will ensure the initiative to continue and scale up. The activity is planned to commence in
December 2017.
• Participatory DED IPLT design for Tebing Tinggi and Deli Serdang. The activity is expected to
promote a better process in designing IPLT, which involves active and participatory consultation
among involved stakeholders, especially the end user (operator/LG). At the same time, the
activity will improve existing IPLT (Deli Serdang) and develop a new IPLT (Tebing Tinggi). The
participatory process shall avoid problems caused by lack of understanding about the system
and improve the management, particularly operation & maintenance, of the system. The activity
is planned to commence in December 2017.
• Construction of small (shared) communal septic systems in densely populated neighborhoods in
Magelang City. Access to safely-managed sanitation often constrained by lack of technology
options that are appropriate for certain conditions. The activity is expected to address the
issues of lack of technology options by developing technology options and an
approach/methodology for the construction of shared septic tanks in very densely populated
and challenging locations in an effective and appropriate manner. The activity is planned to
commence in December 2017.
• Strengthening Forkalim as National Forum for Domestic Waste Water Operators (for
sewerage and on-site systems). Supporting the implementation of fecal sludge management
(FSM) framework in Indonesia requires an institution that plays critical roles in several aspects,
including building the capacity of domestic wastewater operators. The activity is intended to
enhance Forkalim as well as building the capacity to provide better support for its members.
The activity is planned to commence in January 2018.
• Master meter development in Surabaya. The activity is expected to help Surabaya City in
providing safe water supply services for the urban poor and attaining 100% access (universal
access). The activity aims to support PDAM Surabaya to have a dedicated unit/team to support
MM connections, look for a financing model to fund the infrastructure after the MM, and create
long-term support for KSM by establishing and building capacity of umbrella organization. The
activity is planned to commence in January 2018.

Detailed information about locations, period of implementation, mechanism, budget, and status for
all LSIC programs is listed in Annex 13.

For implementation support, the LSIC implementation guidelines and plan has been developed and
has received approval from USAID. The TAMIS for LSIC has been created to help the administrative
process and recording of all steps in processing LSIC.

In PY2, LSIC programming activities are planned as follows:


1. Develop LSIC program for Eastern Indonesia to develop a mechanism and capacity for safely
managed sanitation. The activity is innovative for Eastern Indonesia to jump start the FSM
initiatives, and to provide workable examples and best practices for other cities in eastern
Indonesia.
2. Develop a marketing strategy and practice for promoting L2T2 in Jakarta. The activity will
support PD PAL in boosting the promotion and getting customers using innovative and
effective promotion strategies.

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3. Develop activity using other approaches (innovation challenge and collaborative design). A
potential activity is finding appropriate technology options of septic tank (individual or
shared) for houses above water through innovation challenge.

3.9 GENDER PROGRAMMING


The USAID IUWASH PLUS Gender Mainstreaming program activities in Program Year 1 (PY1)
focused on establishing a foundation for implementation of gender mainstreaming program, which
was conducted through three forms of activities:
1. Detailed gender analysis through the implementation of internal and external gender analysis
2. Development of internal Gender Working Group
3. Development of sound gender mainstreaming indicators that integrate into the USAID
IUWASH PLUS result indicators

The above activities directed USAID IUWASH PLUS’s gender strategy to USAID policies and
procedures as well as key definitions and guiding principles to the Project’s approach to gender
integration. Below is detailed progress of the PY1 activities:

Detailed Gender Analysis

The detailed gender analysis was conducted through internal and external gender assessment. The
internal gender assessment aimed to assess the gender understanding and knowledge of the USAID
IUWASH PLUS team. The external gender assessment aimed to identify key gender issues, especially
in the urban poor context. The external gender assessment was implemented as part of the
Formative Research of Hygiene Behavior Change for assessing gender issues at community level. The
gender assessment of the institution level was implemented as part of the baseline activity of the
Government Index. In the Formative Research, several gender aspects were integrated into the
methodology of household observation, household survey, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and In-
depth interview. Regarding the Baseline data of the Government Index (Godex), USAID IUWASH
PLUS team assessed the third indicator of Godex, which is Inclusion. This indicator focuses on the
implementation of Gender Responsive Budgeting and Planning (Perencanaan dan Penganggaran
Responsive Gender/PPRG) by the Local Government (LG). The results of this assessment will be
used as the basis of the development of strategy of USAID IUWASH PLUS gender mainstreaming
program activities. Summary of the internal and external gender analysis is attached in Annex 14.

Development of USAID IUWASH PLUS Gender Working Group (GWG)

Originally, the Gender Working Group (GWG) consisted of eight (8) members who were
representatives of gender focal point from each region, plus three (3) members from national office.
After several initial activities conducted in all region, there was a strong request from regional team
to include all Governance specialists in this group. The reason for this proposal was because now all
the Regional Governance Specialists need to conduct intervention on implementation of gender
responsive budgeting and planning program, which requires a significant role from the Governance
Specialists. After having agreement from the USAID IUWASH PLUS management, currently, the
number of members of USAID IUWASH PLUS is 15 people (8 males and 7 females). The GWG held
the first GWG coordination meeting from 8-9 June 2017. This meeting aimed for several objectives,
such as review of IUWASH PLUS Gender Framework, the roles and responsibilities of GWG Team,
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PY 1 work plan and development of proposed activities for PY 2 work plan. The results of this
meeting will be included in the workplanning session at the end of this quarter.

Development of USAID IUWASH PLUS sound gender mainstreaming indicators

The sound gender mainstreaming indicators plan to be integrated as much as possible in the existing
23 indicators. The integration of gender mainstreaming indicators is important, at least for those
indicators relevant to be disaggregated by gender. Adding to the existing indicators, USAID
IUWASH PLUS agrees to report on the GNDR-8 indicator: number of people trained with USG
assistance to advance outcomes consistent with gender equality or female empowerment through
their roles in public or private sector institutions or organizations. This indicator has several
requirements, such as:
• The training session should be minimum 3 hours in a specific training session or part of
other training (tailored training)
• The training target is the members of USAID IUWASH PLUS partner institutions, such as
national and local governments, the private sector and community groups
• The topics of this training session will contribute to promotion of gender equity and
improvement of the gender perspective on the WASH sector for USAID IUWASH PLUS
partners.

The gender training contributed to GNDR-8 indicator is reported regularly in the USAID IUWASH
PLUS Quarterly Progress Report (QPR). At the end of PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS submitted the
Performance Indicator Reference Sheet (PIRS) and DQA worksheet to USAID Indonesia to support
the reporting of this indicator. The approved PIRS will be included in the anticipated revision of
USAID IUWASH PLUS AMEP in the near future to response on the DQA Meeting held in the end of
the PY1. The result of PY1 gender training is 531 people trained in gender related training activities
in WASH related training.

Gender Capacity Building Activities

During PY1, the gender capacity building activities were still limited, especially in the early quarter,
because the USAID IUWASH PLUS focused on the implementation of the gender assessment.
USAID IUWASH PLUS started to conduct gender awareness training in the third quarter of PY1 by
conducting gender awareness session in Tebing Tinggi (North Sumatra) and socialization of Gender
Responsive Planning and Budgeting (PPRG) in Magelang district. Detailed gender capacity building
activities conducted in the fourth quarter are described in the section below.

This Quarter Gender Activities

In the fourth quarter of PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS team conducted several gender activities as
follows:
• Training regarding Development of Gender Analysis Pathway (GAP) and Gender Budget
Statements (GBS) for LG institutions in Tebing Tinggi. The training was held from 28 to 30
August 2017. A total of 22 people participated in the training, which consisted of 10 males
and 12 females. The participants came from 9 LG institutions such as Bappeda, Office of
Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection (Dinas Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan
Perlindungan Anak/Dinas PP&PA), Office of Local Finance and Treasury (Keuangan Daerah),
Inspectorate, Office of Health, Office of Education, Office of Public Work and Spatial

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Planning, Office of Houseing, Settlement and City Cleanliness and PDAM. The training was
supported by Provincial Office of Women’s Empowerment and Child Protection. USAID
IUWASH PLUS conducted pre and post training to see the increased knowledge of the
participants on the topics discussed during the training. The results showed increased
knowledge of the participants by 14%. At the end of the training, the participants developed
follow up action plans that covered several activities, such as conducting socialization of the
Gender Responsive Budgeting and Planning (Perencanaan dan Penganggaran Responsif
Gender/PPRG), appointing gender focal point in each LG institution, promoting the PPRG to
city leaders (Mayor, Vice Mayor and Head of LG Offices), conducting capacity building for
LG staff on PPRG and reviewing the submitted GAP and GBS of each WASH LG institution.
• Conduct gender awareness training for USAID IUWASH PLUS community representatives
in Sukoharjo and Magelang districts of Central Java Province. The gender awareness training
sessions were conducted as part of the initial quick action activities for the community
representatives. Four 1-day training sessions were conducted: two trainings in Sukoharjo
district (in Sukoharjo and Kartosuro sub-districts) and 2 trainings in Magelang district
(Mertoyudan and Muntilan sub-districts). These one-day training sessions were attended by
101 people that consisted of 57 females and 44 males (56% women participation). The topics
discussed in this training were understanding of gender, gender inequity, gender inequity in
the WASH sector and gender roles in the WASH sector. From this training the community
representatives now have better understanding of gender issues, especially related to the
WASH program
• Conduct gender awareness training
for LG officers for Lumajang and
Gresik district. This training aimed to
increase understanding of gender for
the representatives of LG partners.
The training was a one-day training
for LG staff, which was followed up
by a series of one-day training
sessions on development of Gender
Analysis Pathway, Gender Budget USAID IUWASH PLUS

Statement and Terms of Reference of Participants of gender awareness training simulating the
marginal groups in community. This training was held in
gender related programs. This
Magelang District.
quarter the USAID IUWASH PLUS
team from East Java was only able to conduct gender awareness training and training on
GAP. The training on development of GBS and TOR of gender related program by LG
institutions will be conducted next quarter.
• Participated in FIELD IWINS Gender Training. This quarter, USAID IUWASH PLUS received
an invitation from FIELD IWINS to attend their gender training, facilitated by USAID
Indonesia. Two USAID IUWASH PLUS staff joined the training. Topics discussed in this
training were understanding of gender perspective, USAID gender regulation, gender
analysis, gender indicators and gender reporting.

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In the next quarter, gender-related programming activities are planned as follows:
1. Finalizing the report of gender assessment (internal and External).
2. Conducting gender awareness sessions for USAID IUWASH PLUS staff as part of regional
monthly meetings.
3. Conducting gender awareness training for USAID IUWASH PLUS partners in Sukoharjo and
Magelang districts of Central Java.
4. Testing tools for in-depth assessments that focused on PPRG and followed by conducting
the assessment in 5 regions.
5. Conducting a series of training on development of GBS and TOR of gender related
programs in Lumajang and Gresik districts.
6. Conducting a GWG Meeting to consolidate the gender program activities for PY2.

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4 REGIONAL PROGRESS
4.1 NORTH SUMATRA
Overview

In North Sumatra, USAID IUWASH PLUS works in five


cities/districts located in Medan City, Deli Serdang
District, Tebing Tinggi City, Pematangsiantar City and
Sibolga City. In those cities/districts, the initial activities
in PY1 began with baseline development, which
included hotspot selection, stakeholder analysis,
drawing and discussing the gap on WASH issues to USAID IUWASH PLUS

raise awareness of WASH development, and the Discussing the USAID IUWASH PLUS
development of 5-year WASH Plan. This series of initial Program with Dzulmi Eldin, Mayor of Medan.

activities was completed with the signing of partnership agreements with the provincial government
and the city/district government, and the visioning workshops in each city/district.

During the implementation of initial activities above, there are several notes taken as follow:
 The approaches in developing partnership should be distinguished for metropolitan and other
middle-sized cities. In metropolitan city like Medan, the people tend to be more self-sufficient
and their affordability tends to be higher than those in middle-sized cities. Therefore, the
approach can be focused on law enforcement, starting with reinforcing the necessity of having a
septic tank and to become the LLTT customer, because the local government regulations on
the building layouts and on the wastewater management have stated so. With this approach, the
city government focus the APBD allocation mainly for MBR, in the form of the development of
settlement-scale IPALD, communal/shared septic tanks, and sanitation grants in the form of
individual septic tanks development.
 For middle-sized cities, since the people’s affordability is lower, it is more difficult for them to
afford sanitation facilities on their own. Therefore, the approach for this type of cities should
start with raising people’s awareness on the importance of proper hygiene and investments in
safe water supply and safely managed sanitation infrastructure. The budget for sanitation
development relies mostly on the national budget (ABPN), and it will be used for the
development of settlement-scale IPALD and communal septic tanks. Meanwhile, the APBD will
be used for the dissemination activities, such as the promotion and campaign behavior change,
and for assistance funds on sanitation grants activities for individual septic tanks development.

PY1 Key Activities

The progress made in PY1 on the regional program activities are described below by component.
For Component 1 activities, formative research was carried out in Medan and Pematangsiantar cities
and a series of activities for the implementation of Urban STBM has begun in all five cities/districts.
This series of activities consists of WASH program socialization, stakeholder mapping, building the
partnership in the community level, introducing F Diagram, developing the transect, agreeing on the
WASH participatory work plan, and conducting quick action as the initial step.

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The activities conducted under the Component 2 program are grouped as follows:
Water Supply Sanitation Governance
• Develop PDAM index, nominal • Develop sanitation index and • Develop governance index
costumer baseline, and water sanitation sustainability checklist • Conduct stakeholder
supply sustainability checklist • Technical assistance for HIBAH analysis/WASH gap analysis
• Initiate GIS activities SANITASI in Medan • Partnership agreement signing
• Initiate water safety plan • Begin UPTD PAL development with North Sumatra provincial
program in Deli Serdang government, Medan, Deli
• Technical assistance for HIBAH • Begin LSIC program in Medan Serdang, and Sibolga
AIR MINUM in Medan and and Deli Serdang city/district governments
SPAM Regional Mebidang • Conduct visioning workshop in
Sibolga and Deli Serdang
• Begin the development of
sanitation regulation

Three activities carried out for Component 3 consist of developing tool monitor on WASH
budget/APBD index, supporting NUWAS for filling in the SAT form, and mapping the MFI for WASH
business development. As for Component 4, media engagement activities in the form of visit to
media offices and thematic discussions on WASH issues were carried out in Medan.

Activities carried out in each city/district during PY1 can be seen in the City Updates in Annex 15.

Highlights of PY1 Program Activities

There are several highlights made in PY1 as follow:


 Regionalization of Water Supply System (MEBIDANG). This program supports PDAM Tirtanadi and
PDAM Tirta Deli – Deli Serdang in securing water resources through regionalization of raw
water management. As part of MEBIDANG Program, USAID IUWASH PLUS supports PDAM
Tirtanadi to develop Water Safety Plan (WSP). USAID IUWASH PLUS provides support to
MEBIDANG Program through development of DED and MoA (Memorandung of Agreement) of
MEBIDANG Regional Water Supply Management. Up to end of PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS
still finalizing the DED.
 Collaborative program with PKP2R Office of Medan City, KOTAKU and PDAM TIrtanadi to rehabilitate
the uninhabitable houses (RTLH/Rumah Tidak Layak Huni). This collaborative effort aimed to
improve the quality of life and health in Low-income (MBR) Communities in Medan City. Total
target for 2017 is improved 200 uninhabitable houses. The total target is improved 3,000
uninhabitable houses. For water supply, the target for 2017 is connecting 1.000 low-income
households from the total target of 3,000 household connections and for sanitation, a plan to
construct 500 septic tanks in 2017 and 1,500 septic tanks up to 2019. The construction of toilet
will be connected to Regular Desludging Program. USAID IUWASH PLUS will support on the
promotion on safely managed sanitation that include Urban STBM and regular desludging
promotions.
 Development of WASH Microfinance program. To support the increased access to safe water
supply and improved sanitation facilities, there is a potential collaboration with Microfinance
Institution (MFI) to develop WASH microfinance program. During PY1, USAID IUWASH PLUS
conduct assessment and discuss with potential MFI to promote the WASH Microfinance. There
are several potential MFI, for example NBP (Nusantara Bona Pasogit) that operates in USAID
IUWASH PLUS assisted cities such as Medan city and Deli Serdang district. USAID IUWASH
PLUS has conducted microfinance workshop to promote WASH microfinance to potential
partners that include MFIs, LG agencies, local banks and private sectors.

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4.2 WEST JAVA, DKI JAKARTA, AND TANGERANG
Overview

In the West Java, DKI Jakarta, and Tangerang (WJDT) region, USAID IUWASH PLUS works in six
cities/districts in three provinces, namely Bekasi city, Bogor city, Bogor district, Depok city, and
Karawang district in West Java; Tangerang district in Banten; and DKI Jakarta province. A series of
initial activities conducted in those cities/districts during the PY1 is very strategic for the
development of a 5-year program and establishing the commitments of the heads of the provinces
and cities/districts, as well as all stakeholders.

The initial activities were conducted through a series of


assessment, workshop, and FGD activities; started from
stakeholder analysis, hotspot selection, development of
partnership agreement, performance index assessment,
hotspot selection, development of 5-year program,
stakeholder consultation, and ended with the visioning
USAID IUWASH PLUS
workshop that gives common understanding on the
USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT regional team
development challenges in water supply and sanitation facilitating the stakeholder anaylisis discussion
sector in the respective area, as well as declaring the in Bogor district, attended by PDAM, relevant
OPDs, and community representatives.
executive and legislative commitments to support the
regional work programs to achieve the targets of Universal Access 2019.

During the visioning workshop, the partnership agreement to implement the USAID IUWASH PLUS
program is signed between the heads of the respective regions and USAID IUWASH PLUS. This
activity has been conducted in all WJDT region, except for Karawang district and DKI Jakarta. The
reasons for these is that the H ead of Karawang District is on Haj; in addition, the DKI Jakarta
province uses different approach and process.

PY1 Key Activities

The following information are information on the activities conducted in PY1. The activities are
divided by each component. For Component 1 activities, formative research was carried out
successfully in three locations: Bekasi city, Tangerang district, and DKI Jakarta. All these activities
were continued with the implementation of urban STBM processes and training activities on how to
construct individual and communal septic tank according to Indonesian National Standard (SNI). In
addition, a series of activities that include participatory assessment and triggering training such as:
demand and marketing, supply and enabling environment surveys has been conducted in all five
cities/districts.

The activities conducted under the Component 2 program are grouped as follows:
Water Supply • PDAM index assessment in 6 PDAMs.
• GIS training for 6 PDAMs.
• WTP uprating assessment to increase capacity in Depok city.
• Business Plan review in PDAM Bekasi city.
• RPAM/Water Safety Plan (sumber & operator) socialization in Bogor district.
• Water supply targets for HR-1 in each city/district.
Sanitation • Sanitation index assessment in 6 cities/districts and PD PAL Jaya DKI Jakarta.
• Strengthening UPTD PAL (Bekasi city).
• Development of online/cashless payment system for UPTD PALD of Bekasi city.

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• Launching of L2T2 in three administrative units (kelurahan) in DKI Jakarta.
• Initial assessment of IPAL’s Rusunawa in DKI Jakarta.
• Preparation of SOP on PD PAL Jaya DKI Jakarta.
• Sanitation targets for HR-2 in each city/district.
Governance • Governance index assessment in 6 cities/districts.
• Preparation of the regent regulation (Perbup) on PPRG in Bogor district.
• Preparation of regent regulation and governor regulation (pergub) on Domestic Wastewater
Management in Tangerang district and DKI Jakarta.
• Visioning workshop in 5 cities/districts. For kabupaten Karawang, it is postponed to early PY2.

Activities carried out for Component 3 include the identification of LKM in DKI Jakarta, Tangerang
district, and Bogor district; assisting Bekasi city PDAM with tender documents for development of
the new SPAM Mustika Jaya with a capacity of 300 lps; assisting Bekasi city PDAM with contract
document preparation for the development of SPAM Jatisari with 200 lps capacity; fully involved in
the national block grant compliance for development criteria of individual septic tank in Tangerang
district, resulting in the leveraging of 900 million rupiah or approximately USD 69.000, and the
preparation of tender documents for Business to Business activity for Bekasi city PDAM.

For Component 4, several activities were also carried out as follows:


• Workshop Rumah Bersama CSR in Tangerang district;
• Preparation of LSIC program in district Tangerang in the area of sanitation activities with
Kopsyah Benteng Mandiri Indonesia (KBMI);
• Preparation of LSIC program with PD PAL Jaya for developing promotion strategy of L2T2
program in DKI Jakarta.
• LSIC program in prototyping/piloting real time water pressure sensor for 2 PDAMs in Bekasi
and Bogor cities.
• Preparation of DKI Jakarta Grand Design Strategy.
• Assisting with the preparations of articles and fact sheets for WJDT activities

Activities carried out in each city/district during PY1 can be seen in the City Updates in Annex 16.

Highlights of PY1 Program Activities

There are several highlights made in PY1 as follow:


• Assisting the IPA Uprating Program of PDAM Tirta Asasta in Depok city: Depok City is one of
the newly assisted areas of USAID IUWASH PLUS program in West Java to achieve the 100-0-
100 target as part of the Universal Access 2019 targets. To achieve the target, it is necessary to
increase the water production capacity. One of the efforts to increase the capacity is to increase
the production capacity (uprating) and the extension of two existing IPAs, namely IPA Citayam
and IPA Legong. This is one of the form of commitments from the regions to improve the
coverage of PDAM pipeline services in Depok city. USAID IUWASH PLUS has facilitated this
activity by conducting assessment for the increase of capacity through a technical consultant
since July 17, 2017, and will be completed in November 17, 2017.
• Online Payment/Cashless System: it is a form of service innovation of the Bekasi city UPTD
PALD, which aims to control the flow of customers’ financial charges. Facilitated by USAID
IUWASH PLUS, and in collaboration with Bank Mandiri, this system will be implemented in
October 2017. UPTD PALD of Bekasi city has been using the Management Information System,
but until now, the payment transaction of the Scheduled and Unscheduled Desludging Services is
still in cash or conducted manually.

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• Developing the Water Supply and Sanitation Grand Design of DKI Jaya through a coordination
approach between OPDs, other stakeholders, and the members of Jejaring AMPL: The water
supply and sanitation sector in DKI Jaya still has many problems and challenges, both in terms of
the right targeted program planning and the implementation of quality programs, as well as the
sustainable monitoring and evaluation system. The level of river water and groundwater
contamination from E-coli bacteria and other organic pollutants due to domestic wastes is still
high, not to mention the scarcity of raw water sources to meet the needs of the DKI Jakarta
people. On the other hand, the provincial government of DKI Jakarta does not have sufficiently
targeted planning as well as the clear priority areas related to this sector. To that end, the DKI
Jakarta Deputy for Spatial Planning and Environment initiated the collaboration and synergy of
stakeholders to formulate the strategies embodied in the Grand Design document. This
document will provide input for the regional planning in DKI Jakarta (RPJMD/Renstra). The
lesson learned from this activity is that all the regional governments, both at the provincial and
city/district level, should be assisted to obtain innovative approaches to enrich the regional
development planning.

4.3 CENTRAL JAVA


Overview

In Central Java, USAID IUWASH PLUS works in five cities/districts, namely Surakarta City, Salatiga
City, Magelang City, Sukoharjo District, and
Magelang District. A series of initial activities
conducted in those cities/districts during the PY1
is very strategic for the development of a 5-year
program and establishing the commitments of the
heads of the cities/districts and all stakeholders.

The initial activities were conducted through a


series of assessment, workshop, and FGD
activities; started from stakeholder analysis,
hotspot selection, development of 5-year
USAID IUWASH PLUS
program, stakeholder consultation, the
Participants from TKPKD showing the locations of
development and signing of partnership the government’s WASH program in poor areas and
agreement (MOU) for the provincial and witnessed by the Deputy Regent of Magelang district
during the hotspot selection workshop in Magelang
city/district level, and ended with the visioning district.
workshop to where the mayors/regents,
supported by the heads of the local legislature, stating their commitment to improve access to water
supply and sanitation for achieving the targets of Universal Access 2019.

All these series of initial activities have been completed in all cities/districts, except for the MOU
signing in Magelang district that is still waiting for the document to be signed by the Regent, and the
visioning workshop in Sukoharjo and Magelang districts.

PY1 Key Activities

The following section describes key activities implemented during PY1. The key activities are
arranged by component. For Component 1 activities, formative research was carried out in
Surakarta city and Magelang district. In addition, series of activities that include participatory

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assessment and triggering training have been conducted for sanitarians and cadres in all five
cities/districts. Then, workshop on achievement strategy of Open Defecation Free (ODF), and the
implementation of participatory assessment and trigering have been conducted in all five
cities/districts with the communities and local leaders.

The activities conducted under the Component 2 program grouped as follows:

Water • PDAM index assessment in all 5 PDAMs


Supply • GIS training for 5 PDAMs
• GIS spatial data development and NRW reduction program of PDAM Surakarta and
Magelang cities
• TOT on Operational and Maintenance of Water treatment Plan in cooperation with PUPR
for COE program, attended by PDAMs of Surakarta, Magelang, Salatiga cities and Sukoharjo
district
• Training on Operational and Maintenance of Communal Water Supply, and simplified
accouning, finance and management for KSM/KPP
• RPAM program preparation in Magelang district, Magelang and Salatiga cities
Sanitation • Sanitation index assessment in all 5 cities/districts
• Strengthening UPTD PAL of Salatiga city, Magelang city, and Sukoharjo district
• Preparation of UPTD PAL establishment in Magelang district
• Development of Roadmap domestic sanitation manajemen refering to SSK of Magelang
district
• Preparation of LLTT implementation in Surakarta city
• Training on technical planning for TIPP (Tim Inti Perencanaan Partisipatif) program
KOTAKU
• Workshop on Operation and Mantenance of IPAL Communal in Surakarta city, Salatiga city,
and Sukoharjo district
• Workshop on Safely Manange Sanitation for KSM/KPP in Surakarta, Magelang, Salatiga cities,
and Sukoharjo distric, followed up by agreement of desludging schedule.
Governance • Governance index assessment in 5 city/districts
• FGD review of sanitiation regulation in Surakarta city
• FGD development on draft Perbub of domestic santitation management in Sukoharjo district
• FGD utilization IPLT Magelang by Magelang district, and advocating the cooperation
agreement process
• Socialization on the Regional Regulation Number 15 of 2016 on Corporate Social and
Environmental Responsibilities (Tanggung Jawab Sosial dan Lingkungan Perusahaan/TJSLP)
and Public Hearing on the operational guidelines of the Regional Regulation No. 15 of 2016
on RJSLP

Activities carried out for Component 3 consist of baseline APBD increase in 5 cities/districts,
advocacy on development of PDAM Business Plan of PDAM of Salatiga city (completed) and PDAM
of Surakarta city, identification of WASH project development, and preparation of microfinance
program in Sukoharjo district. For Component 4/other programs, the activities conducted in the
region include coordination meeting with Pokja AMPL/Sanitation in all 5 cities/district along with
specified theme discussion such as Sustainability Checklist, Training on Gender Mainstreaming in 5
cities/districts for OPD officials (BAPPEDA, the Inspectorate division of the Regional Secretary
office, the Health Office, DPPKAD, and Bapermas), and gender training for communities (sub-district
level) in 5 cities/districts.

Activities carried out in each city/district during PY1 can be seen in the City Updates in Annex 17.

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Highlights of PY1 Program Activities

There are several highlights made in PY1 as follow:


• Assisting the SPAM program of Tuk Pecah and Kanoman springs for Magelang City PDAM: To
achieve the targets of 100-0-100 program in 2019, it is necessary to increase the water
production capacity. One of the efforts to increase the water capacity is the development of the
water supply system (SPAM) of Tuk Pecah and Kanoman springs. The SPAM development will
be funded by APBN, APBD, and PDAM. In order to receive the APBN assistance in 2018, the
Readiness Criteria should be completed. USAID IUWASH PLUS facilitated the formation of a
team consisting of representatives from the PDAM and the relevant OPDs. In June 2017, the
Central Java PAM working unit informed that the result of the pre-regional-consultation stated
that Magelang city would receive the APBN grants amounted to 38 billion. However, in August
2017, the result of the regional consultation ceiling stated that Magelang city received zero,
because there was a considerable budgeting cutting from the PUPR Ministry. Based on this
experience, it is possible that the SPAM development activities that rely on the funding will be
changed, therefore, it is necessary to find alternative financing sources.
• Safely managed for Communal WWTPs: the existing communal WWTPs built through the
USRI, SLBM, and other programs have not conducted desludging yet. The cities/districts that
already have the Septage Treatment Plant (STP) are encouraged to actively conduct the
promotion to the community groups/KSMs. The workshops on promotion activities were
facilitated by USAID IUWASH PLUS. From these workshops, the KSM/KPP management
registered their communal WTTP to the STP management for desludging their WTTP.
• Revitalizing the PALD Operators: a new organizational structure of work (SOTK) at the
beginning of 2017 has made the main agency of the UPTD of wastewater management (IPLT)
changing, and its performance is not optimal. Therefore, it needs facilitation to revitalize the
UPTD/PALD operators. In general, all the related OPDs are eager to revitalize the operators.
However, there is still a lot of confusion because there is no clear reference to what and how
the duties of the operators should be carried out and under which OPDs they are now.
• The implementation of Sustainability Checklist: Through a coordination with AMPL/Sanitation
working group, the implementation of Sustainability Checklist is really welcomed as a tool for
work coordination among OPDs in the water supply and sanitation sector, especially for
covering the weakness in the stage of preparing the community preparation to operate the
utility system.

4.4 EAST JAVA


Overview

The total area of East Java Province is approximately 47,800 km2 with the total population of
approximately 38,850,000 people, consist of 38 cities/districts. In East Java Region, USAID IUWASH
PLUS works in seven cities/districts, namely Cities of Surabaya, Malang and Probolinggo and Districts
of Sidoarjo, Gresik, Probolinggo and Lumajang.

In the early phase, several parallel activities on program administration and technical support were
conducted, such as staff recruitment, and office rent and procurement process, as well as courtesy
meetings with the heads of the local government at the provincial and district levels, followed by site
selection process and hotspot visits. The hotspot selection and visits and the stakeholder analysis in

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all cities/districts completed in March 2017. This series of
initial activities concluded with the signing of partnership
agreements with provincial government in October 2016
and all city/district governments except Surabaya City in
March - September 2017. The progress of Surabaya City
is still in the discussion of the PA substances and expected
to be finalized in October 2017. The 5-year work plan on
WASH with the respective local governments is USAID IUWASH PLUS

presented in the Visioning Workshop where commitment Stakeholder Analysis with the City
among the Mayor, COP USAID IUWASH PLUS, Chief of Government of Surabaya.
Legislature and related OPDs were signed. Visioning workshop was implemented in all
cities/districts, except Surabaya City.

PY1 Key Activities

The following section describes key activities conducted in PY1. The description of key program
activities are arranged by component. For Component 1 activities, formative research was carried
out in City of Surabaya and District of Gresik and Probolinggo. In addition, a series of activities that
include program socialization to district and village/kelurahan level, program socialization to
community (hotspot area), participatory assessment and triggering, socialization on safely manage
water and sanitation to LG & stakeholders, and community entry carried out in all seven cities/
districts. Training of Safely Managed for Water and Sanitation for community and WASH
Entrepreneurs was implemented in Malang City and Probolinggo District.

The activities conducted under the Component 2 program grouped as follows:

Water • PDAM index assessment in 7 PDAM


Supply • GIS training for 3 PDAMs to support the RPAM, Malang City, Probolinggo and Lumajang
District
• Strengthening for RPAM water sources in Malang City & Probolinggo District
• Strengthening for RPAM operator in Lumajang District
Sanitation • Sanitation index assessment in 7 city/districts
• Assessment the existing condition of IPLT in Surabaya City, Malang City, Sidoarjo District,
Gresik District, Probolinggo City and Lumajang District
• Capacity building and training for Local Government to improving sanitation sector (including
sanitation institution, septage management, LLTT, tariff calculation) for Gresik, Sidoarjo and
Lumajang District
• Horizontal learning for Lumajang District to Makassar City and Sidoarjo District to Bekasi City
• On The job training for initially operation new IPLT in Lumajang District
• Review & Training for sanitation operator on operation and maintenance IPLT in Gresik,
Sidoarjo and Lumajang District
• Workshop for containment (septic tank) option for implementing safely managed sanitation in
Sidoarjo District
• Training application septic tank based on android system for UPTD Staff, KPP, and Sanitarian
and practiced survey for 67 hh in Sidokumpul Village, Gresik District
• Initially promoting LLTT system for Pokja Sanitation in Surabaya City
Governance • Governance index assessment in 7 city/distircts
• Visioning workshop in City of Probolinggo, Malang and Distrcit of Sidoarjo, Gresik, Probolinggo
and Lumajang.
• Preparation of Domestic Waste Water Regulation for Malang City, Sidoarjo and Gresik
District, Malang completed
• Preparation for Domestic Waste Water Management Institution for Sidoarjo & Lumajang
District

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Activities carried out for Component 3 consist of identification of MFI partners in Provincial Level.
For Component 4, the activities conducted in the region is facilitation for collaboration with CSR
Petro Kimia Gresik to support the development of individual septic tanks in Gresik Sub District and
identification of CSR in Probolinggo City & District.

Detailed activities carried out in each city/district during PY1 can be seen in the City Updates in
Annex18.

Highlights of PY1 Program Activities

There are several highlights made in PY1 as follow:


 Strengthening of PDAM Performance through the development of GIS Program: the
management of PDAM Probolinggo city put high commitment on the development of GIS
Program by increased motivation of PDAM staff to develop GIS map. Currently, GIS Team of
PDAM Probolinggo city is able to accelerate in finishing the GIS spatial map of distribution pipe
and house connection that will help PDAM to improve the service and implement the NRW
reduction program.
 Strengthening of Community-based Organization (CBO) of communal wastewater treatment
plant (IPAL Komunal) in Sidoarjo district: the first IPAL Komunal established in Sidoarjo district is
located in Gresikan Kelurahan Krian. This program is supported by KOTAKU program. The
CBO established to support the construction work called KSM Gresikan Jaya. The CBO still
have minimal knowledge on the technical part of the construction work. USAID IUWASH PLUS
supported KSM Gresikan Jaya to learn about the IPAL construction in Pondok Pesantren Al-
Umm Kota Malang that still on 80% progress (not operated yet). Learning and sharing for IPAL
that still not operated yet is very usefull for KSM Gresikan Jaya because it gave them much
understanding about “what inside the IPAL”, like piping system, filter media, the waste water
flow, etc. This will support them to build IPAL in their area.
 Strengthening of Development of Domestic Wastewater Institution: the key progress on this
program was significantly made in Gresik, Sidoarjo and Lumajang districts. There are several
progresses made such as conducting horizontal learning for Lumajang and Sidoarjo districts for
legislative and executive on sanitation sector. The learning resulted increased commitment for
Legislative to support on regulation and budgeting to strengthened sanitation sector. Bappeda
Lumajang followed up with the recommendation letter to Bupati for the urgency of
establishment of domestic wastewater institution (UPTD) in Lumajang district and agreed by
Bupati to continue the process on Institution development. The LG of Lumajang district also
conducted on the job training for initial operation of IPLT Tempeh. These efforts encourage LG
of Lumajang district to start operation after about 10 months not operated because no
operator yet for IPLT. While in Gresik district, Dinas PUPR and UPTD PAL of Gresik district is
processing to engage with Dinas Kependudukan dan Catatan Sipil to integrated community ID
Number (NIK) with sanitation data (septic tank, etc) after they got the training of android
application for septic tank data.

4.5 SOUTH SULAWESI AND EASTERN INDONESIA


Overview

In the South Sulawesi and Eastern Indonesia (SSEI) region, USAID IUWASH PLUS works in eight
cities/districts from four provinces, namely Makassar city and Bulukumba, Barru, and Bantaeng

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districts in South Sulawesi; Central Maluku district in Maluku; Ternate city in North Maluku; and
Jayapura city and Jayapura district in Papua. This region covers the largest area with a total surface
area of approximately 138.949 km2 and the combined population of approximately 4,850,115.

In the early phase, several parallel activities on program


administration and technical support conducted such as
staff recruitment, and office rent and procurement
process, as well as courtesy meetings with the heads of
the local government at the provincial and district levels,
followed by site selection process and hotspot visits. The
hotspot selection and visits and the stakeholder analysis in
all cities/districts completed in January 2017. This series of
initial activities concluded with the signing of partnership
agreements with two provincial government and seven Shofyan Ardiansyah/USAID IUWASH PLUS

city/district governments in July 2017 while other two Visioning workshop and the signing of
partnership agreement between the Mayor
provinces and one district are still on process from the of Ternate and USAID IUWASH PLUS Chief
local government side and expected to be completed end of Party
of September 2017. The signing of joint 5-year work plan
on WASH with the respective local governments including the visioning workshop in each
city/district were completed in July 2017.

PY1 Key Activities

Several program activities have also started during the PY1. For Component 1 activities, formative
research was carried out in Ternate city, Central Maluku district, and in both Jayapura city and
district. In addition, a series of activities that include program socialization to district and
village/kelurahan level, program socialization to community (hotspot area), participatory assessment
and triggering, socialization on safely manage water and sanitation to LG & stakeholders, and
community entry carried out in all eight cities/districts.

The activities conducted under the Component 2 program grouped as follows:

Water Supply • PDAM index assessment in 8 PDAM


• GIS training for 8 PDAM
• Strengthening PDAM performance in Bantaeng
• Identification of PDAM performance program in Masohi
• NRW and Energy Efficiency socialization (Makassar and Ternate)
• RPAM program preparation (Bantaeng, Bulukumba, Ternate)
Sanitation • Sanitation index assessment in 8 city/districts
• Strengthening UPTD PAL (Makassar, Banteng, Jayapura city)
• Preparation of UPTD PAL establishment in Ternate
• Technical assistance for strengthening the sanitation sector/operator
• IPLT Assessment (Bulukumba, Masohi, Ternate)
• Supporting UPTD PAL to review the Sanitation Road Map and implementation (Makassar,
Bantaeng, Jayapura city)
• LLTT Program Evaluation with LG and UPTD PAL (Makassar)
• Supporting the evaluation of “Individual Septic Tank Census” of UPTD PAL Makassar
• Supporting the Public Works Office & UPTD PAL for IPLT evaluation (Makassar,
Bulukumba, Bantaeng, Ternate, and Jayapura city)
• Supporting UPTD PAL Makassar for workshop on L2T2 introduction program for 23 KPP
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• Supporting the UPTD PAL and Pokja AMPL of Makassar to discuss the sanitation access in
Makassar city
Governance • Governance index assessment in 8 city/distircts
• Facilitate the discussion with PDAM Bantaeng and other LG on the substance of the draft
of PERDA Air Minum (Water Tariff) including Prepare follow up plan after discussion of
Draft of Drinking Water (Tariff of Drinking Water) in Bantaeng Regency;
• Assist the PDAM Bantaeng in preparing the relevant regulation to improve access to
drinking water for communities and arrange Bupati Regulation related to water tariff to
balance operational expenditure on drinking water management
• With the activities above two regulations have been produced in Banteng, namely: 1) the
Bantaeng Regent regulation on drinking water tariff adjustment, and 2) the district
government regulation on capital equity of PDAM Bantaeng

Three activities carried out for Component 3 consist of identification of PDAM financial capability,
identification of WASH project development, and preparation of microfinance program in Ternate
and Makassar. For Component 4, the activities conducted in the region included workshop Rumah
Bersama CSR in Ternate, visit to media office and thematic discussion with media and journalists in
Makassar, coordination meeting with Pokja AMPL for South Sulawesi and Maluku provinces, and the
establishment of Pokja AMPL in Ternate city.

Detailed activities carried out in each city/district during PY1 can be seen in the City Updates in
Annex 19.

Highlights of PY1 Program Activities

There are several highlights made in PY1 as follow:


• Development of Water Safety Plans (RPAM) in Bulukumba and Bantaeng districts and Ternate
city: the Water Safety Plans developed in these assisted cities were focused in the RPAM-
Sumber. The “sumber” refer to the raw water sources used by the 3 PDAM partners. During
this year, USAID IUWASH PLUS completed first 3 steps of the RPAM development such as
dissemination of RPAM concept to have the LG commitment, establishment of RPAM Team,
and water supply system and catchment area study. The development of RPAM Sumber in Kota
ternate will be linked with the development of CSR partnership program on infiltration ponds
program.
• Development of CSR Partnership program in Kota Ternate on Infiltration Ponds Program:
PDAM Ternate city faces problems on water loss. The PDAM incurs a high rate of Non-
Revenue Water (NRW), or water loss-- about 32% in 2015-- and declining access to raw water.
NRW indicates the percentage of water produced by PDAM but not receiving revenue (that is,
payment by customer). A majority of NRW is lost due to pipe leakage, stealing and/or lack of
billing. They also have problem in high consumption of energy due to operation of six (6) deep
wells as their water sources. Furthermore, the seawater intrusion in wells is getting serious
especially on those six (6) deep wells due to depleted fresh groundwater which renders them
unfit for basic household needs. In PY1, the LG of Ternate city engaged several private sectors
such as Bank of Indonesia of North Maluku Province, Badan Musyawarah Perbankan Daerah
(Local Bank Coordination Body, or BPMD), and Bank Maluku Utara to support the
development of 700 infiltration ponds in Ake Gaale catchment area. Approximately US $15,000
has been made under the CSR program of above private sector to support this program.

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5 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
5.1 INTRODUCTION
For a technically and geographically complex undertaking such as USAID IUWASH PLUS, program
management and support systems are of critical importance to overall success. This involves basic
project infrastructure (personnel, offices and equipment) as well as supporting systems related to
human resource management, project finance, communications and information technology,
planning, etc. This section sets forth progress in key operational areas, including:
• Section 5.2, Program Management and Coordination. This section describes
activities related to general program management such as administration and finance, staff
development, and program coordination;
• Section 5.3, Monitoring and Evaluation. Included in this section are activities related to
the project’s supporting M&E systems and which are largely enshrined in the project’s
Activity Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (AMEP); and
• Section 5.4, Environmental Compliance. This section sets forth activities related to
environmental compliance, which is key to ensuring not only the project’s compliance with
regulations, but essential for maintaining the project’s reputation as improving rather than
threatening environmental conditions that impact human welfare.

5.2 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION


While the success of USAID IUWASH PLUS will depend on the effectiveness of the project’s
technical components, the ability of these components to operate effectively (both independently
and as an integrated whole) is equally dependent on the management and coordination structures
and systems the team puts into place in their support. As such, work in PY1 very much focused on
engaging the right staff, providing that staff with required training, developing basic project
infrastructure (offices, IT equipment, logistical support services, etc.), and establishing clear systems
for internal and external planning and coordination. These areas are broadly summarized as follows:

A. Program Management: In terms of more routine management related areas, USAID


IUWASH PLUS regularly undertakes a wide range of activities to ensure that staff are well-
prepared to keep pace with the rigors of project implementation, while at the same time
remaining compliant concerning governing rules and regulations. Activities of note during the
annual reporting period included:
• Personnel: The project completed recruitment of staff with the total number reaching 165.
With the exception of staff that transferred from the previous USAID IUWASH project, all
positions were publicly advertised and candidates were interviewed by panels of three to five
managers. Notably, the program’s key managers, technical specialists and
administrative/finance personnel) are evenly split, 50%-50%, between men and women. This
is not a reflection of any strict policy, but rather a reflection of the quality of staff in
Indonesia, regardless of gender.
Due to the technical and geographical complexities of USAID IUWASH PLUS, and as set
forth in its Annual Work Plan, USAID IUWASH PLUS has adopted a “Matrix Management”
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of communication. Given the evolving nature of staffing and programming needs, the
project’s “Matrix Management” chart will be updated on an annual basis (perhaps even more
frequently) and included in its Annual Work Plan.
• Staff Training: Given the programmatic and managerial complexity of USAID IUWASH
PLUS, the Project placed special emphasis during PY1 on ensuring that staff were
appropriately trained for their respective duties. This involved:
o Finance and Administrative Staff: Training provided to this group included that
related to financial management (and the use of DAI’s Field Accounting System, FAS,
software), administrative procedures (and the use of the DAI Field Operations
Manual) and related areas.
o Technical Staff: These are described elsewhere and address all technical areas
covered by the project.
o WASH Facilitators: In light of the unique role that this category of staff plays in
both implementing community-level activities and coordinating with LG institutions,
special training sessions were organized for this group in all regions.
o General: While each staff member has a specific area of involvement, there are
many areas that are common to almost all positions and for which the project
organized specific trainings. These included: ethics, fraud awareness and control, the
use of TAMIS, etc. Training of staff in First Aid was also initiated and a training
program on staff safety and security was also developed. These will be further rolled
out and completed early in PY2.
Finally, while many topical areas require the organization of specific inter-regional training
events, staff training sessions (whenever possible) are integrated into regular monthly staff
meetings or undertaken in conjunction with other events to lower costs and decrease the
travel burden on staff.
• National Support to Regional Programs: This involves the provision of ongoing
support from national team members for regional activities. This support covered a variety
of areas, ranging from work plan development and synchronization to administrative and
financial management training, information management, baseline data collection, formative
research, the development of SOWs for an array of project activities, and technical support
across all components.

B. Program Coordination: Given the institutional complexity of the water supply and sanitation
sector, USAID IUWASH PLUS places a premium on planning and coordination both externally
and internally. While many of those that are part of the project’s extensive programmatic efforts
have been summarized in the preceding section, those of prominence in general program
management include:
Bi-weekly Meetings: These are conducted between key USAID staff and senior project
managers to review and ensure agreement on the full range of programmatic and administrative
issues confronting the project.
• TCA Monthly Meetings: Regular monthly meeting with representatives from the project’s
Technical Cooperation Agency (TCA), Bappenas, were instituted to ensure that the project
is appropriately conveying information on its activities and plans and obtaining the critical
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prominently included a meeting of “Echelon 2” representatives from the key Directorates of
TCA members, which is described under Component 4.
• Technical Team Meetings: The Technical Team Meetings were held with the
representative from all Technical Team members such as MPWH (Water Supply and
Sanitation Directorates 2) and MOH (Directorates of Public Health). The meetings aimed to
discuss coordination of the technical program activities. A specific output of these meetings
was to synchronize the GOI and USAID IUWASH PLUS programs implementation at field
level. Also, in September 2017, the meeting shared the progress of implementation of the
program activities at field level.
• Internal Coordination Meetings: In addition to the above, the project regularly
conducts:
o Weekly Meetings of senior staff to review important or emerging issues, key planned
activities and areas of required follow-up;
o Monthly Staff Meetings within each regional office and which bring together all staff,
including WASH Facilitators that are posted to partner cities and districts. A notable
exception to this is the SSEI region which holds staff meetings on a bi-monthly basis due
to the difficulties and costs of assembling staff from the many areas in which it operates;
o Quarterly reviews with the DAI home office to ensure that the project is recording
adequate progress and that all parties involved in project management are kept abreast
of all important issues (related to deliverables, staffing, finance, client and counterpart
relations, etc.)
o Planning and coordination meetings with Regional Managers on an approximately
quarterly basis. Such meetings are generally for three days and allow for a
comprehensive review of programmatic and administrative progress, issues and
constraints encountered, and plans going forth.

C. Special Events and Visitors: As a part of its overall program, USAID IUWASH PLUS is often
involved in hosting visitors or organizing special events. Some of the more noteworthy visits or
special events during the last quarter of PY1 are included in the Exhibit 23 below.

Exhibit 23: Noteworthy Visits and Events in the Last Quarter of PY1

Month Events
July  US Ambaassador, Joseph R. Donovan, met with the Governor of North Sumatra
province and the Mayor of Medan and visited program sites in Medan
August  USAID Contracting Officer, Albert Carrera, attended a Visioning Workshop and PA
signing event in the Tebing Tinggi City
 Launching of the Innovative IPLT Training program with the USAID Office of
Environment
September  Deputy USAID Mission Director, Ryan Washburn attended a Visioning Workshop and
PA signing event in Malang City
 USAID Office of Environment Director, Matthew Burton attended a Visioning
Workshop and PA signing event in Salatiga City

While many challenges and issues were encountered in accomplishing these above activities, none
are deemed especially noteworthy or outside of the normal course of business.

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Upcoming Program Management Activities: In terms of program management activities
scheduled for the coming Quarter, and in addition to those highlighted above, USAID IUWASH
PLUS will be very involved in launching its PY2 program of activities as set forth in its Annual Work
Plan.

5.3 MONITORING AND EVALUATION


Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) represents a critical function of program management that not only
clearly establishes whether or not the Project is meeting its targeted results and outcomes, but is
also used to inform program development and adjust approaches as may be indicated. This function
is described in a comprehensive fashion in the Project’s Activity Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
(AMEP) that includes information on: the project’s results framework (RF) and summary of
interventions; performance indicators and indicator reference sheets; baseline and target values for
each year of project implementation; data collection and analysis methods; data management and
reporting protocols; and other areas. The M&E system is further supported by the project’s web-
enabled Technical and Administrative Monitoring Information System (TAMIS) and a host of related
data collection tools.

M&E activities of special note during the Quarter are summarized as follows:
• Wealth Quintile Determination: USAID IUWASH PLUS continued to refine tools for
determining household wealth and, specifically, if households are within the “B40”. This
involves the use of a wealth indexing approach developed under the USAID Demographic
Health Survey (DHS) program. The DHS wealth index is a composite measure of a
household's cumulative living standard and calculated using data on a household's ownership
of selected assets, such as televisions and bicycles; materials used for housing construction;
and types of water access and sanitation facilities that is integrated into the mWater
application
• Data Quality Assurance (DQA): A DQA was conducted at the end of PY1 which, in
accordance with (ADS 203.3.11.2), established strengths and weaknesses of USAID
IUWASH PLUS M&E data and the integrity of the data in terms of influencing management
decisions. The five (5) USAID criteria used in assessing data quality include: validity,
reliability, integrity, precision, and timeliness. The DQA meeting this year focused on
assessing the Outcome C4-3 and gender training result contributed to GNDR-8 which are
Standard Indicators that was reported in PY1. Also, the USAID IUWASH PLUS team
discussed other standard indicators to prepare for accurate reporting of USAID IUWASH
PLUS in PY2.
• Support in Formative Research: M&E team members contributed to data analysis under
the Formative Research activity.
• Support in Market Segmentation Study: M&E team members support the household
survey of Market Segmentation Study on getting information of wealth status of beneficiaries
of the GOI grant program and microfinance program implemented by MFI. This quarter, the
M&E Team focused on preparing questionnaire of the study, developing the questionnaire in
mWater application, and prepared a sampling method for determination of representative
samples of this study. Based on the data available, the household survey will be conducted in
Medan City, Deli Serdang District, Bogor City and District and Tangerang District. The data
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• TAMIS Training for Regional Team: This quarter M&E team conducted TAMIS Training
for National Team and the Team of South Sulawesi, Central Java and WJDT. This training
aimed to familiarize the use of TAMIS for daily activities, especially for Work Plan and AMEP
Modules.
• Support LG Surveys in using mWater Application. Two (2) LG partners (LG of
Medan City and Tangerang District) showed great interest to use the mWater Application
for their own surveys in the WASH sector. This quarter, M&E team facilitated mWater
training for Bappeda staff of Tangerang District on the use of mWater Application to
support survey on Sanitation Grant Program. In Medan City, the M&E team, together with
PDAM Tirtanadi, the Medan City Health Office and Kotaku, started to conduct data
collection to support the program of Housing, Settlement and Spatial Planning Office (Dinas
Perumahan-Kawasan Permukiman dan Penataan Ruang/PKP2R) of Medan City on Rehabilitation
of Uninhabitable Houses and Drinking Water and Sanitation Access Improvement Grant for
the poor community (B40). This survey aimed to identify the poor households to receive aid
from this program.

Monitoring and Evaluation Activities for the next quarter are included below:
1. Conduct B40 verification for HR-2 Outcome in Sukoharjo and Salatiga (Central Java) and
DKI Jakarta to support the reporting of High Level Results (HR-1 and HR-2).
2. Conduct TAMIS training for USAID IUWASH PLUS for East Java and North Sumatra
regional staff.
3. Conduct data collection of household survey to support the Market Segmentation Study in
Medan City, Deli Serdang District, Bogor City and District and Tangerang District.
4. Finalize the guidance of B40 determination survey using mWater Application.
5. Conduct TAMIS customization for PY2 Work Plan section and continue the improvement of
AMEP section.

5.4 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE


In accordance with USAID policy, USAID IUWASH PLUS works to ensure that any possible
environmental consequences of program activities are identified well before they begin and that
appropriate environmental safeguards and mitigation efforts are developed, implemented and
monitored. USAID IUWASH PLUS designed its environmental compliance program based on an
initial environmental examination (IEE) undertaken in December 2014 that encompassed a review of
anticipated likely program activities and their possible environmental impacts and mitigation
measures. The IEE concluded that certain activities anticipated under USAID IUWASH PLUS
merited a “categorical exclusion” per Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 216 (22CFR216)
while others fell into the category of “negative determination with conditions”.

Broadly speaking, activities recommended for “categorical exclusion” in the IEE included: 1) training,
capacity building, and behavior change efforts; 2) communications innovations work; 3) sanitation
marketing for improving WASH outcomes; 4) policy and strategy development; and 5) specialized
studies that do not involve research of human subjects. Activities that the IEE recommended for a
“negative determination with conditions” consisted of: 1) construction of small scale water supply
and sanitation facilities; and 2) installation and/or rehabilitation of individual and communal water and
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In response to the above, USAID IUWASH PLUS prepared a detailed Environmental Mitigation and
Monitoring Plan (EMMP) which was integrated into the PY1 Work Plan (and which will be updated
within the framework of each subsequent Annual Work Plan). The EMMP sets forth: how the
program conducts initial environmental screenings of proposed activities and identifies areas of work
that merit more detailed environmental impact reviews and monitoring; and the procedures it
follows for ensuring that all mitigation, monitoring and reporting requirements are met.

During PY1, the project focused on developing its overall environmental compliance system. This
involved:

• Establishing an environmental compliance team that consists of a lead compliance officer at


the national-level as well as compliance officers in each region. These officers oversee
compliance systems in their respective areas and provide guidance to other staff as needed;
• The development of environmental compliance reporting modules with the program’s
TAMIS system and which are completed as part of every program activity; and
• The provision of initial training and orientation to program staff. Such training will continue,
especially as USAID IUWASH PLUS expends the implementation of activities classified as
“negative determination with conditions”.

Upcoming Environmental Compliance Activities: As the Project plans to become further


engaged in construction work and other areas classified as Negative Determination with Conditions,
designated Environmental Compliance staff will meet regularly to review requirements and issues as
they arise and additional staff trainings will be provided. An updated version of the USAID IUWASH
PLUS EMMP will also be developed and integrated into the project’s Annual Work Plan for PY2.

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6 PROJECT MONITORING &
EVALUATION
This section presents detailed information on progress during PY1 period. This progress is arranged
based on the targeted outcomes as defined within the USAID IUWASH PLUS Activity Monitoring
and Evaluation Plan (AMEP) approved by USAID Indonesia on November 4, 2016. Among the 23
indicators, USAID IUWASH PLUS should report the progress of 9 indicators this year. For various
reasons, USAID IUWASH PLUS was only able to report 3 outcomes (out of 9 outcomes) plus one
outcome that was not targeted to be achieved in PY1. The 4 indicator results this year are as
follows:

• Outcome C2-5: new and/or revised laws, policies, regulations, or agreements in place that
promote access to improved WASH services
• Outcome C3-6: funding leveraged through WASH financing support
• Outcome C4-2: knowledge products developed
• Outcome C4-3: knowledge events or workshops held; and people with increased
knowledge/skills/awareness as a result of events/workshops
The outcomes that have a target, but have limited achievement this year are:

• High Level Result-1 (HR-1): People receiving improved water service quality
• High Level Result-2 (HR-2): People gaining access to safely managed sanitation services
• Outcome C1-1: People gaining access to a shared or basic sanitation service
• Outcome C1-4: Commercial enterprises with improved WASH product or service offerings
• Outcome C3-5: New/improved mechanisms for CSOs and NGOs to advocate for the supply
of better WASH services
• Outcome C3-1: Local government institutions, utilities, and/or enterprises securing finance
for service delivery improvements
Generally, the reason for having limited achievement this year for the above outcomes is due to
prepation of a strong tool and approach to track and monitor the progress of the outcomes. USAID
IUWASH PLUS provides detailed justifications for each of above outcomes to explain the specific
reason for having limited achievement this year (see remarks column in the section 6.1).

The status of achievement this year become an important requirement for us in terms of having
better overall program planning, budgeting and coordination, especially after USAID IUWASH PLUS
completed the initial phase of the program on building strong commitment and partnership with
Local Government partners in 32 assisted cities and districts. The value of the USAID IUWASH
PLUS AMEP and monitoring system is helping to prioritize and adjust the focus of all the activities
contributing to the achievement of both High Level Results (HR-1 and HR-2).

Below is a summary of the progress of achievement of USAID IUWASH PLUS AMEP outcomes at
the end of PY1. The summary includes information such as target of life of project, PY1 target, PY1
achievement, total achievement as % of total target and remarks to mention specific justification for
several outcomes. The PY1 target is based on the target set in the USAID IUWASH PLUS AMEP,
not the PY1 Workplan, because the target has been revised during the development of USAID
IUWASH PLUS AMEP.

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6.1 SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENT OF AMEP OUTCOMES BY REGION, STATUS SEPTEMBER 2017
Note:
• The rows in yellow indicate the IUWASH PLUS results and outcomes that contribute to the Operational Plan (OP) Performance indicators.
• (*) PY1 Target is taken from USAID IUWASH PLUS AMEP, approved by USAID Indonesia on Nov 4, 2016
Target Total
PY 1 Achievement
Over the PY1 Target Achievements
AMEP Outcome Indicator Remarks
life of (*) as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
High Level Result (HR)
HR-1.a. Indirect Connection) NS N/A N/A N/A 0 This year, USAID
Number of people overall and IUWASH PLUS was not
from the B40 and EI receiving WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 able to report the
improved water services quality achievement of this
as a result of U.S. Government 1,000,000 10,000 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 indicator. This year was
assistance. (Standard Indicator) 0 0% used to collect data for
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
baseline of this outcome.
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0 However, estimated
achievement gained next
Total Achievement of HR-1.a. (Indirect Connection) N/A N/A N/A 0 year will be included in
target of PY2 workplan.
HR-1.b. Direct Connection NS N/A N/A N/A 0 0 0% This year, USAID
Number of people overall and IUWASH PLUS was not
from the B40 and EI receiving able to report the
improved water services quality WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 achievement of this
as a result of U.S. Government indicator. This year was
assistance. (Standard Indicator) used to collect data for
CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 baseline of this outcome
500,000
5,000 and develop tools of B40
(B40)
verification and
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0 Sustainable Checklist will
accompany the reporting
of this outcome indicator.
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0 However, estimated
achievement gained next
year will be included in
Total Achievement of HR-1.a. (Indirect Connection) N/A N/A N/A 0 target of PY2 workplan.

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Target PY 1 Achievement Total
Over the PY1 Target Achievements
AMEP Outcome Indicator Remarks
life of (*) as % of total
Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1
Project target
HR-2 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 This year, USAID
Number of people from the IUWASH PLUS was not
B40 and EI gaining access to able to report the
safely managed sanitation WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 achievement of this
services as a result of U.S. indicator. This year was
Government assistance. used to collect data for
(Standard Indicator) 500,000 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 baseline of this outcome
5,000 and develop tools of B40
(B40)
0 0% verification and
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
Sustainable Checklist will
accompany the reporting
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0 of this outcome indicator.
However, estimated
achievement gained next
Total Achievement of HR-2 N/A N/A N/A 0 year will be included in
the target of PY2
workplan.
COMPONENT 1 RESULTS: Improving Household WASH Services
C1-1. NS N/A N/A N/A 0 This year, USAID
Number of people gaining IUWASH PLUS was not
access to shared and basic able to report the
sanitation services. WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 achievement of this
(Standard Indicator) indicator. This year,
CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 IUWASH focuses on
250,000 5,000 implementing initial
activities at community
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0 0 0% level and conducting
formative research for
behavior change of
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0 WASH practices.
However, estimated
Total Achievement of C1-1 N/A N/A N/A 0 achievement gained next
year will be included in
the target of PY2
workplan.

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Target PY 1 Achievement Total
AMEP Outcome Over the Achievements
PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator life of Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 as % of total
Project target
C1-2 NS N/A N/A N/A 0
Percentage of households
with soap and water at a WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
handwashing station CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
commonly used by family 20% 0
0 0%
members (Standard EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
Indicator)
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C1-2 N/A N/A N/A 0
C1-3 NS N/A N/A N/A 0
Percentage of households in
target areas practicing WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
correct use of CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
20% 0
recommended household 0 0%
water treatment EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
technologies. (Standard
Indicator) SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C1-3 N/A N/A N/A 0
C1-4 NS N/A 0 N/A 0 This year, USAID
Number of commercial IUWASH PLUS was not
enterprises with improved WJDT N/A 0 N/A 0 able to report the
WASH product or service achievement of this
100 5 CJ N/A 0 N/A 0
offerings as a result of U.S. 0 0% indicator. This year,
Government assistance. EJ N/A 0 N/A 0 IUWASH focused on
(Custom Indicator) implementation of
SSEI N/A 0 N/A 0 assessment of WASH
marketing products.
Total Achievement of C1-4 N/A N/A N/A 0
C1-5 NS N/A N/A N/A 0
Number of new/improved
WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
mechanisms for civil society
organizations and/or non- CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
35 0
governmental organizations 0 0%
to advocate for the supply EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
of better WASH services.
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
(Custom Indicator)
Total Achievement of C1-5 N/A N/A N/A 0

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Target Total
PY 1 Achievement
AMEP Outcome Over the Achievements
PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator life of as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
COMPONENT 2 : Strengthening City and District WASH Institutional Performance
C2-1 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Result of baseline of
Number of water utilities PDAM Index is attached
(PDAMs) with improved WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 in Annex 20
service delivery CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
performance. (Custom 35 0
0 0%
Indicator) EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C2-1 N/A N/A N/A 0
C2-2 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 This year, there is no
Number of completed water water safety plan
safety plans where developed yet.
cites/districts are taking WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 However, 5 PDAMs
action and making completed step 3 and 1;
investments to improve the CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 and 2 other PDAMs are
quality, reliability, and safety 10 0 in step 2 out of 11
of water delivered to urban 0 0% steps. USAID IUWASH
households, particularly in EJ N/A N/A N/A 0 PLUS will continue to
the face of climate change monitor the progress of
vulnerabilities. (Standard SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0 this outcome in the
Indicator) following year. Detailed
results of this year are
Total Achievement of C2-2 N/A N/A N/A 0 attached in Annex 21

C2-3 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Result of baseline of


Number of local sanitation Sanitation Index is
WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
management units with attached in Annex 22
improved service delivery 30 0 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
performance. (Custom 0 0%
Indicator) EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C2-3 N/A N/A N/A 0

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Total
Target Over PY 1 Achievement
AMEP Outcome Achievements
the life of PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
C2-4 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Result of baseline of
Number of local Government Index is
WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
governments with improved attached in Annex 23
WASH service delivery 30 0 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
performance. (Custom 0 0%
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
Indicator)
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0

Total Achievement of C2-4 N/A N/A N/A 0


C2-5 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Annex 24
Number of new and/or
WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
revised laws, policies,
regulations, or agreements in 35 3 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
3 8,6%
place that promote access to EJ N/A N/A N/A 1
improved WASH services.
(Custom Indicator) SSEI N/A N/A N/A 2
Total Achievement of C2-5 N/A N/A N/A 3
C2-6 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Result of baseline of LG
Percentage change in budget funding for WASH
WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
appropriations for WASH by (APBD for WASH) is
targeted local governments. 20% 0% CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 attached in Annex 25
0 0%
(Custom Indicator) EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C2-6 N/A N/A N/A 0

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Total
Target Over PY 1 Achievement
AMEP Outcome Achievements
the life of PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
COMPONENT 3: Strengthening the WASH Financing Environment
C3-1. NS N/A N/A N/A 0 USAID IUWASH PLUS
Number of local government began supporting LG of
institutions, utilities, and/or WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 Tangerang district to
enterprises securing finance receive Hibah Sanitasi
for service delivery CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 Program in this year.
improvements. (Custom 50 3 We are still preparing
Indicator) 0 0% the supporting
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
document to report
this outcome. USAID
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0 IUWASH PLUS will
report this achievement
Total Achievement of C3-1 N/A N/A N/A 0 in the next quarter
report
C3-2 NS N/A N/A N/A 0
Number of public-private
WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
partnerships established with
IUWASH PLUS support. 25 0 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
(Custom Indicator) 0 0%
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C3-2 N/A N/A N/A 0
C3-3 NS N/A N/A N/A N/A
Number of policy and
WJDT N/A N/A N/A N/A
regulatory reforms for
commercial finance enabled CJ N/A N/A N/A N/A
for WASH service providers. 3 0
EJ N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 0%
(Custom Indicator)
SSEI N/A N/A N/A N/A
National N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C3-3 N/A N/A N/A 0

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Total
Target Over PY 1 Achievement
AMEP Outcome Achievements
the life of PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
C3-4 NS N/A N/A N/A N/A
Number of Government of
Indonesia institutions with WJDT N/A N/A N/A N/A
increased capacity in CJ N/A N/A N/A N/A
commercial finance. (Custom
5 0
Indicator) EJ N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 0%
SSEI N/A N/A N/A N/A
National N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C3-4 N/A N/A N/A 0
C3-5 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 This year, USAID
Number of business IUWASH PLUS was not
development services firms WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 able to report the
accessible to targeted areas. achievement of this
(Custom Indicator) CJ N/A N/A N/A 0 indicator. This year,
10 1 IUWASH focuses on
0 0% implementation of
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
assessment of WASH
marketing products.
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0 After the WASH
enterprises have been
Total Achievement of C3-5 N/A N/A N/A 0 developed, we will able
to report this outcome.
C3-6 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Detailed information on
Amount of funding leveraged this achievement is
WJDT N/A N/A N/A 66,666.67
through WASH financing attached in Annex 26.
support. (Custom Indicator) $40m 1 Million CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
66,666.67 0.17%
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C3-6 N/A N/A N/A 66,666.67

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Total
Target Over PY 1 Achievement
AMEP Outcome Achievement
the life of PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator s as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
COMPONENT 4: Advancing National WASH Advocacy, Coordination and Communication
C4-1. NS N/A N/A N/A 0
Number of WASH inter- WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0
agency coordinating entities
2 0 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
at national level 0 0%
strengthened. (Custom EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
Indicator) SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C4-1 N/A N/A N/A 0
C4-2 NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Detailed information on
Number of knowledge WJDT N/A N/A N/A 1 this achievement is
products developed; (Custom attached in Annex 27.
20 0 CJ N/A N/A N/A 0
Indicator) 1 5%
EJ N/A N/A N/A 0
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C4-2 N/A N/A N/A 1
C4-3.a. NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Detailed information on
Number of knowledge events this achievement is
or workshops held. (Custom WJDT N/A N/A N/A 1 attached in Annex 28.
Indicator)
60 5 CJ N/A N/A N/A 2
6 10%
EJ N/A N/A N/A 2
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 1
Total Achievement of C4-3.a. N/A N/A N/A 6

80
Total
Target Over PY 1 Achievement
AMEP Outcome Achievement
the life of PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator s as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
C4-3.b. (Total) NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Detailed information on
Number of people with this achievement is
increased WJDT N/A N/A N/A 17 attached in Annex 29.
knowledge/skills/awareness as CJ N/A N/A N/A 63
a result of events/ 1,200 100
workshops. (Standard 140 11.67%
EJ N/A N/A N/A 35
Indicator)
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 25
Total Achievement of C4-3.b. N/A N/A N/A 140
C4-3.b. (Water Safety Plan) NS N/A N/A N/A 0 Detailed information on
Number of people with this achievement is
increased WJDT N/A N/A N/A 0 attached in Annex 30.
knowledge/skills/awareness as CJ N/A N/A N/A 15
a result of events/ 1,200 N/A
workshops. (Standard 34 -
EJ N/A N/A N/A 19
Indicator)
SSEI N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C4-3.b. N/A N/A N/A 34
C4-4 NS N/A N/A N/A N/A
Number of national level WJDT N/A N/A N/A N/A
WASH policies, regulations,
guidelines or frameworks CJ N/A N/A N/A N/A
developed, strengthened, or 5 0
EJ N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 0%
adopted. (Custom Indicator)
SSEI N/A N/A N/A N/A
National N/A N/A N/A 0
Total Achievement of C4-4 N/A N/A N/A 0

81
Total
Target Over PY 1 Achievement
AMEP Outcome Achievement
the life of PY1 Target Remarks
Indicator s as % of total
Project Region Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total PY1 target
Participant Training Outcomes
Number of people NS 212 759 2,401 USAID IUWASH PLUS
participating in USAID has no target set for
IUWASH PLUS training WJDT 374 748 933 this outcome.
related activities However, we will
CJ 249 1,051 2,258 report the progress of
the achievement in
N/A N/A every reporting period.
EJ 629 1,301 2,008
20,557 N/A The average of women
participation in these
SSEI 627 1,395 5,088 training activities is
37.37%. Detailed
National 53 63 408 achievement on the
participant training is
Total Achievement of People participating in USAID IUWASH PLUS 2,144 5,317 13,096 described in Annex 31
related training activities and 32
Number of people trained NS 0 80 0 107 Detailed information on
with USG assistance to this achievement is
advance outcomes consistent WJDT 0 0 0 0 attached in Annex 33
with gender equality or CJ 0 0 0 178 and 34.
female empowerment 5,000 500
531 10,62%
through their roles in public EJ 0 0 0 166
or private sector institutions
or organizations SSEI 0 0 0 0
Total Achievement of C4-2 0 80 0 451

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ANNEX
ANNEX 1: TARGET OF USAID IUWASH PLUS OUTCOMES FOR PROGRAM YEAR 02 (PY02)
PY2 Target by Region
LOP Total PY2
Result No. Indicator North
Target WJDT Central Java East Java SSEI Target
Sumatra
HIGH LEVEL RESULTS
HR-1.a. Number of people overall and 1,000,000 21,100 69,000 24,950 71,250 13,700 200,000
(Indirect Attribution) from the B40 and EI receiving
improved water services
quality as a result of U.S.
HR-1.b. Government assistance. 500,000 7,300 20,800 9,500 23,400 9,000 70,000
(direct Attribution) (Standard Indicator) (B40)
HR-2 Number of people from the 500,000 8,000 34,000 19,000 20,000 19,000 100,000
B40 and EI gaining access to
safely managed sanitation
services as a result of U.S.
Government assistance.
(Standard Indicator)

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ANNEX 2: STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF USAID IUWASH
PLUS VISIONING WORKSHOP
No Prov/City/District Done Planned
A Prov. Sumatera Utara
1 Kota Medan Still need several meetings on finalizing 5 Year Program
2 Kota Tebing Tinggi 19-Sep-17
3 Kota Pematang Siantar 7-Sep-17
4 Kota Sibolga 10-May-17
5 Kab. Deli Serdang 10-Aug-17
B Prov. Jawa Barat
1 Kota Bogor 11-Jul-17
2 Kota Depok 13-Jul-17
3 Kota Bekasi 8-Aug-17
4 Kab. Bogor 12-Sep-17
5 Kab. Karawang Waiting for confirmation schedule from Bupati (still on Haj)
C Special Areas
1 Provinsi DKI Jakarta N/A Support the development of WASH Grand Design
2 Kab. Tangerang 27 Juli 2017
D Prov. Central Java
1 Kota Surakarta 3-Apr-17
2 Kota Magelang 10-May-17
3 Kota Salatiga 5-Sep-17
4 Kab. Sukoharjo Waiting for confirmation schedule from Bupati
5 Kab. Magelang
E Prov. East Java
1 Kota Surabaya Waiting for confirmation from Mayor
2 Kota Malang 20-Sep-17
3 Kota Probolinggo 15-Mar-17
4 Kab. Gresik 7-Aug-17
5 Kab. Sidoarjo 22-May-17
6 Kab. Probolinggo 13-Apr-17
7 Kab. Lumajang 21-Mar-17
F Prov. Sulawesi Selatan 18-May-17
1 Kota Makassar 21-May-17
2 Kab. Barru 18-May-17
3 Kab. Bulukumba 18-May-17
4 Kab. Bantaeng 18-May-17
G Prov. Maluku Utara
1 Kota Ternate 25-Jul-17
H Prov. Maluku
1 Kab. Maluku Tengah 14-Jul-17
I Prov. Papua
1 Kota Jayapura 20-Jul-17
2 Kab. Jayapura 21-Jul-17

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ANNEX 3: STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT OF PARTNERSHIP
AGREEMENT WITH LG PARTNERS
Status of the Development
Under Status of
Final Draft Signing
No Prov/City/District Draft review by Signed PA
Ready for Signed Date
Development LG Document
Signing
Agencies
A Prov. Sumatra x x X x 12-Jan-17
Utara
1 Kota Medan x x X x 5-Jul-17
2 Kota Tebing Tinggi x x X x 19-Sep-17
3 Kota Pematang Siantar x x X x 7-Sep-17
4 Kota Sibolga x x X x 3-Apr-17
5 Kab. Deli Serdang x x X x 8-Nov-16
B Prov. Jawa Barat No PA
development
but will sign the
5-year program

1 Kota Bogor x x X x 11-Aug-17


2 Kota Depok x x X x 13-Jul-17
3 Kota Bekasi x x X x 8-Aug-17
4 Kab. Bogor x x X x 12-Sep-17 The doc is still
in process for
stamp and
registration
number
5 Kab. Karawang x x
C Special Areas
1 Provinsi DKI Jakarta x x X x 21-Jun-17
(with PD PAL)

2 Kab. Tangerang x x X x 27-Jul-17


D Prov. Central Java No PA
development
but will sign the
5-year program

1 Kota Surakarta x x x x 3-Apr-17


2 Kota Magelang x x x x 10-May-17
3 Kota Salatiga x x x x 3-Jul-17
4 Kab. Sukoharjo x x x x 18-May-17
5 Kab. Magelang x x x
E Prov. East Java x x x x 7-Oct-16
1 Kota Surabaya x x
2 Kota Malang x x x 1-Mar-17
3 Kota Probolinggo x x x x 15-Mar-17

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Status of the Development
Under Status of
Final Draft Signing
No Prov/City/District Draft review by Signed PA
Ready for Signed Date
Development LG Document
Signing
Agencies
4 Kab. Gresik x x x x 7-Aug-17
5 Kab. Sidoarjo x x x 22-May-17
6 Kab. Probolinggo x x x 13-Apr-17
7 Kab. Lumajang x x x x 21-Mar-17
F Prov. Sulawesi x x x x 18-May-17
Selatan
1 Kota Makassar x x x 21-May-17
x
2 Kab. Barru x x x 18-May-17
x
3 Kab. Bulukumba x x x 18-May-17
x
4 Kab. Bantaeng x x x 18-May-17
x
G Prov. Maluku x x x x 25-Jul-17 The doc is still
Utara in process for
stamp and
registration
number
1 Kota Ternate x x x x 25-Jul-17
H Prov. Maluku x x x x 13-Jul-17
1 Kab. Maluku Tengah x x x x 14-Jul-17
The doc is still
in process for
stamp and
I Prov. Papua x x x x 18-Jul-17
number
registration
1 Kota Jayapura x x x x 18-Jul-17
2 Kab. Jayapura x x x x 18-Jul-17

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ANNEX 4: PDAM INDEX – DECEMBER 2016
PDAM INDEX - DEC 2016 - USAID IUWASH PLUS
Financial Aspect Operational Aspect HRD Aspect Admin Aspect Raw Water
PDAM Service
NO KOTA/KABUPATEN Index 1.1 1.2 1.3 Sub Aspect 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 Sub 4.1 4.2 4.3 Sub 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Sub 6.1 6.2
Sub (8)
2016 (16) (4) (8) (28) 2.1. (8) (8) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (28) (4) (4) (4) (12) (4) (4) (2) (2) (2) (2) (16) (4) (4)

I
NORTH SUMATERA
1
Kota Medan 52.5 12 4 0 16 4 4 3 4 1 0.5 4 16.5 4 1 0 5 1 2 2 2 2 2 11 0 0 0
2
Kab.Deli Serdang 35.5 0 4 8 12 8 0 0 3 3 0 0 6 0 4 0 4 1 0 1.5 1.5 1.5 0 5.5 0 0 0
3
Kota Pematangsiantar 49.0 4 4 6 14 4 4 0 0 4 2 4 14 3 0 0 3 2 4 2 2 2 2 14 0 0 0
4
Kota Sibolga 52.5 12 4 6 22 8 2 0 4 2 2 2 12 3 0 0 3 0 4 2 1.5 0 0 7.5 0 0 0
5
Kota Tebing Tinggi 20.5 0 4 0 4 0 2 1 2 1 0 2 8 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 1.5 0 6.5 0 0 0
II
WEST JAVA/DKI/BANTEN
6
Kota. Bogor 67.0 16 4 6 26 8 2 2 2 4 1 4 15 4 3 0 7 2 0 2 2 2 2 10 1 0 1
7
Kabupaten Bogor 62.0 16 4 6 26 8 2 2 4 4 0 3 15 4 3 0 7 2 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0
8
Kota Depok 53.0 4 4 8 16 8 2 1 4 4 0 3 14 4 4 0 8 3 0 1 1 1 1 7 0 0 0
9
Kota Bekasi 50.5 4 4 8 16 8 2 0 4 1 1 4 12 3 0 0 3 2 2 2 1.5 1.5 1.5 10.5 1 0 1
10
Kabupaten Karawang 35.0 12 4 0 16 2 4 0 0 3 0 1 8 4 1 0 5 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
11
Kabupaten Tangerang 55.0 0 4 6 10 4 6 3 4 2 2 1 18 4 3 0 7 2 4 2 2 2 2 14 0 2 2
12
DKI Jakarta
III
CENTRAL JAVA
13
Kota Surakarta 41.5 16 4 0 20 0 0 0 3 1 1.5 4 9.5 3 1 0 4 0 4 0.5 1.5 1.5 0.5 8 0 0 0
14
Kota Magelang 55.0 12 4 6 22 2 2 3 1 4 0 4 14 4 2 0 6 0 4 1.5 2 0 1.5 9 0 2 2
15
Kabupaten Magelang 68.5 12 4 8 24 6 0 3 3 2 0 4 12 4 4 0 8 0 4 2 1.5 1.5 1.5 10.5 4 4 8
16
Kota Salatiga 66.5 8 4 8 20 8 6 2 3 4 1 2 18 4 4 0 8 0 4 2 2 0 1.5 9.5 1 2 3
17
Kabupaten Sukoharjo 59.5 12 4 6 22 8 2 3 1 1 1 4 12 4 2 0 6 0 3 1.5 2 1.5 1.5 9.5 0 2 2
IV
EAST JAVA
18
Kota Surabaya 60 16 4 0 20 4 4 4 4 1 2 4 19 4 3 0 7 1 2 2 2 2 0 9 1 0 1
19
Kabupaten Sidoarjo 61.0 16 4 8 28 2 4 3 4 1 2 3 17 4 1 0 5 1 2 1 0 1 1 6 1 2 3
20
Kabupaten Gresik 61.0 4 4 8 16 8 6 3 4 1 1 4 19 4 1 0 5 3 4 1.5 1.5 1.5 0.5 12 1 0 1
21
Kota Probolinggo 47.5 12 4 6 22 2 6 1 0 1 2 4 14 4 4 2 0 0 3 1.5 2 0 0 6.5 1 2 3
22
Kabupaten Probolinggo 42.0 0 4 6 10 8 4 1 1 1 1 3 11 3 0 0 3 2 2 1.5 1.5 0 0 7 1 2 3
23
Kabupaten Lumajang 49.0 4 4 6 14 8 4 0 2 1 0 4 11 4 1 4 9 2 2 1.5 1.5 0 0 7 0 0 0
24
Kota Malang 72.0 12 4 6 22 8 4 4 4 3 2 4 21 4 2 0 6 2 3 2 2 2 2 13 2 0 2
V
SOUTH SULAWESI & EASTERN INDONESIA
25
Kota Makassar 59.0 16 4 8 28 4 0 2 4 1 1 0 8 4 1 0 5 3 3 2 2 2 2 14 0 0 0
26
Kab. Barru 21.0 0 4 0 4 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
27
Kab. Bantaeng 34.5 4 4 0 8 8 2 0 2 1 1 0 6 3 0 0 3 1 3 1 2 1.5 1 9.5 0 0 0
28
Kab. Bulukumba 21.0 4 4 0 8 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0
29
Kota Ternate 36.0 4 4 4 12 8 2 0 1 0 0 2 5 3 0 2 5 2 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0
30
Kab. Maluku Tengah (Masohi)33.0 0 4 0 4 8 8 0 0 1 0 2 11 3 1 0 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0
31
Kota Jayapura 32.5 4 4 0 8 8 0 3 0 1 0.5 0 4.5 4 2 0 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0
32
Kabupaten Jayapura
Average 50.1 8.1 4.1 4.6 16.9 6.0 3.0 1.5 2.3 1.9 0.8 2.6 12.2 3.6 1.7 0.3 5.2 1.3 3.0 1.3 1.3 1.0 0.8 8.7 0.5 0.6 1.1
Note: lowest score one level above lowest
I Financial Aspect III Operational Aspect IV Human Resources V Administrative Aspect VI Raw Water
1.1. Full Cost Recovery 3.1. NRW Level 4.1. Employee Ratio 5.1. Business Plan 6.1. Raw Water Program
1.2. Current Ratio 3.2. NRW program 4.2. Training Ratio 5.2. Conform yearly budget plan - actual spend 6..2. Regulaton / Budget
1.3. Collection Efficiency 3.3. Production Water Meter Installed 4.3. Training Budget Ratio 5.3. Production Water Meter Installed Raw Water Protection

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ANNEX 5: PDAM CONNECTION DATA – DECEMBER 2016

PDAM Number of Connection Dec 2016


NO KOTA/Kab Index House Comm &
2016 Social Total
Connection Industry
I. NORTH SUMATRA

1 Kota Medan 52.5 422,803 5,229 54,164 482,196


2 Kab.Deli Serdang 35.5 6,857 109 265 7,231
3 Kota Pematangsiantar 49.0 61,612 583 1,526 63,721
4 Kota Sibolga 52.5 13,600 246 926 14,772
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi 20.5 10,192 209 1,048 11,449
II. WEST JAVA/DKI/BANTEN
6 Kota. Bogor 67.0 139,088 2,107 5,899 147,094
7 Kab Bogor 62.0 119,923 1,163 4,864 125,950
8 Kota Depok 53.0 57,405 476 1,761 59,642
9 Kota Bekasi 50.5 27,722 110 205 28,037
10 Kab Karawang 35.0 67,309 698 2,586 70,593
11 Kab Tangerang 55.0 134,270 520 608 135,398
12 DKI Jakarta
III. CENTRAL JAVA

13 Kota Surakarta 41.5 53,735 992 5,055 59,782


14 Kota Magelang 55.0 26,442 551 1,870 28,863
15 Kab Magelang 68.5 50,377 1,445 1,871 53,693
16 Kota Salatiga 66.5 26,213 667 2,123 29,003
17 Kab Sukoharjo 59.5 24,267 38 593 24,898
IV. EAST JAVA

18 Kota Surabaya 60.0 502,066 5,926 39,827 547,81


19 Kab Sidoarjo 61.0 128,314 548 4,747 133,609
20 Kab Gresik 61.0 82,608 1,050 4,143 87,801
21 Kota Probolinggo 47.5 16,834 618 795 18,247
22 Kab Probolinggo 42.0 20,010 573 132 20,715
23 Kab Lumajang 49.0 26,916 167 747 27,830
24 Kota Malang 72.0 143,959 2,424 6,416 152,799
V. SOUTH SULAWESI & EASTERN INDONESIA

25 Kota Makassar 59.0 152,444 1,799 13,498 167,741


26 Kab. Barru 21.0 7,522 331 136 7,989
27 Kab. Bantaeng 34.5 11,190 283 244 11,717
28 Kab. Bulukumba 21.0 7,951 338 257 8,546
29 Kota Ternate 36.0 25,368 491 1,570 27,429
30 Kab. Maluku Tengah (Masohi) 33.0 9,439 299 251 9,989
31 Kota Jayapura 32.5 31,482 624 2,853 34,959
32 Kab Jayapura
TOTAL 1,393.0 2,407,918 30,614 160,980 2,599,512
AVERAGE 48.4 80,264 1,020 5,366 86,650

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ANNEX 6: SANITATION INDEX ACHIEVEMENT 2016
Institusi Regulasi Finansial Cakupan Operasi
Total Sub Sub Sub Sub Sub
NO KOTA/KABUPATEN 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.1 2.2 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 4.1 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4. 5.5
Index 2016 Tota l Tota l Tota l Tota l Tota l
(10) (5) (5) (5) (9) (6) (6) (6) (6) (6) (6) (5) (15) (4) (4) (3) (4)
(25) (16) (30) (0) (30)
I NORTH SUMATERA
1 Kota Medan 55.5 10 2 5 5 22 3 1.5 4.5 4.5 3 1.5 4.5 4.5 18 0 0 4 4 2 1 11
2 Kab.Deli Serdang 21.5 2 4 2 0 8 3 0 3 1.5 3 0 1.5 1.5 7.5 0 3 0 0 0 0 3
3 Kota Pematangsiantar 24 2 2 3 0 7 3 0 3 1.5 3 3 0 4.5 12 0 2 0 0 0 0 2
4 Kota Sibolga 31.5 2 2 4 4 12 3 3 6 1.5 3 1.5 1.5 6 13.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi 26.0 4 4 4 1 13 3 1.5 4.5 3 3 0 0 1.5 7.5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
II WEST JAVA/DKI/BANTEN
6 Kota. Bogor 51.5 4 5 5 3 17 3 3 6 3 4.5 0 0 6 13.5 0 3 4 4 2 2 15
7 Kabupaten Bogor 26.5 2 3 4 0 9 3 0 3 1.5 0 0 0 6 7.5 0 0 3 3 1 0 7
8 Kota Depok 55.5 4 3 5 3 15 3 0 3 3 3 1.5 0 6 13.5 0 15 4 2 2 1 24
9 Kota Bekasi 52 4 4 5 0 13 3 6 9 1.5 1.5 0 0 3 6 0 15 4 3 2 0 24
10 Kabupaten Karawang 23.5 2 4 3 0 9 3 0 3 1.5 3 0 0 0 4.5 0 0 4 3 0 0 7
11 Kabupaten Tangerang 41 2 4 5 4 15 2 1 3 3 4 0 0 4 11 0 2 4 4 1 1 12
12 DKI Jakarta 66.5 10 5 5 5 25 3 4.5 7.5 1.5 4.5 6 6 6 24 0 3 3 0 2 2 10
III CENTRAL JAVA
13 Kota Surakarta 67.5 10 4 4 0 18 9 3 12 3 3 1.5 1.5 4.5 13.5 0 15 4 4 1 0 24
14 Kota Magelang 42 4 4 1 5 14 3 1.5 4.5 1.5 0 0 0 6 7.5 0 3 4 4 1 4 16
15 Kabupaten Magelang 15 2 1 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 3 1 0 7
16 Kota Salatiga 46 4 4 2 0 10 3 3 6 6 0 0 0 6 12 0 9 4 4 1 0 18
17 Kabupaten Sukoharjo 18 2 3 1 0 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 4 1 0 10
IV EAST JAVA
18 Kota Surabaya 47 4 2 4 0 10 9 6 15 1.5 6 0 4.5 0 12 0 3 4 0 3 0 10
19 Kabupaten Sidoarjo 28 4 3 1 4 12 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 6 0 3 4 0 1 2 10
20 Kabupaten Gresik 36.5 4 3 2 4 13 0 0 0 3 4.5 0 0 0 7.5 0 3 4 3 2 4 16
21 Kota Probolinggo 48.5 4 2 1 5 12 3 0 3 3 4.5 6 0 6 19.5 0 6 4 1 1 2 14
22 Kabupaten Probolinggo 21.5 0 0 0 0 0 3 1.5 4.5 6 6 0 0 0 12 0 0 4 0 1 0 5
23 Kabupaten Lumajang 15 2 2 1 0 5 0 0 0 1.5 1.5 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 3 0 0 7
24 Kota Malang 35 4 2 1 0 7 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 6 9 0 12 2 0 2 0 16
V SOUTH SULAWESI & EASTERN INDONESIA
25 Kota Makassar 68.5 4 5 5 5 19 9 3 12 6 1.5 1.5 3 4.5 16.5 0 9 4 4 1 3 21
26 Kab. Barru 12.5 2 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 4 3 0 0 7
27 Kab. Bantaeng 35 4 3 1 4 12 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 2 1 4 17
28 Kab. Bulukumba 9.5 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 3 1.5 0 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 3 0 0 0 3
29 Kota Ternate 28 2 4 1 0 7 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 4 4 1 0 18
30 Kab. Maluku Tengah (Masohi) 9 2 2 1 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4
31 Kota Jayapura 29.5 4 5 2 5 16 0 0 0 3 4.5 0 0 0 7.5 0 0 4 0 0 2 6
32 Kabupaten Jayapura 9.5 2 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 0 1.5 0 0 4 0 0 0 4
Note: 100
I INSTITUTION III FINANCIAL V OPERATIONS
1.1. Types of Domestict Wastewater Management Institution 3.1. APBD Plans for ALD Program (% APBD) 5.1. IPLT Operational Condition
1.2. Institutions's main duties & functions (Tupoksi) 3.2. Efforts Mobilization other than APBD (Communityy, Microfinance, CSR, Donor) 5.2. Sanitation Promotion Program
1.3. Human Resources (SDM) 3.3. Tariff/Retribution Value of Wastewater versus OCR Costs 5.3. Supports to KSM
1.4. Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) - Admin 3.4. Tariff Revenue Plans versus Budget Plan for Operational Costs 5.4. Monitoring of Effluent Quality
3.5. Tariff/Retribution Revenue Realization versus revenue plans 5.5. Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) - Technical
II REGULATIONS
2.1. City-scale Regulations (PERDA, Wastewater & Tariff) IV COVERAGE one level above lowest
2.2. Head of Regional Government Regulations (PERKADA) 4.1. Coverage of Improved Sanitation vs target lowest score

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ANNEX 7: IPLT CONDITION PER SEPTEMBER 2017
IPLT Condition Per Septebmer 2017
Operator IPLT
No. Location Construction/Rehab Capacity Condition
Current Name IPLT System
ilitation Year (m3 / day)
1 North Sumatra:
SSP (Solid Separtion Pressing)
1 Kota Medan PDAM IPLT Cemara 2017 Saringan, Ekualisasi, Thickener, Belt Filter Press, 50 Under Construction
Kolam Aerasi (Lanjut ke IPAL)
IPLT Tanjung 2011 Kolam Stabilisasi + SDB 70 Operation only for
Selamat receiving
2 Kab Deli Serdang N/A
IPLT Tungkusan 2011 Imhof, Kolam Stabilisasi, SDB Broken, Operation only
for receiving
Kota Pematang IPLT Tanjung
3 N/A 1980/2013 Imhoff Tank dan Kolam Stabilisasi (Anaerobik) 65 Broken but operational
Siantar Pinggir
4 Kota Sibolga UPTD PAL IPLT Sibolga 2016 SSC, Kolam Stabilisasi (Anaerobik), SDB 16 Not operated yet
UPTD PAL Rumah
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi NO IPLT YET
Tangga
2 West Java/ Banten / DKI:
2011 Saringan, Biodigester, Stabilisasi Reaktor, SDB, Operational not
6 Kota Bogor UPTD IPLT Tegal Gundil 21-26
2013 (operasi) Horizontal Gravel Filter, Fakultatif dan Maturasi optimum
Operational not
7 Kab Bogor N/A IPLT Cibinong 2016 Saringan, Anaerobik digester, SDB, ABR 50
optimum
Operational not
8 Kota Depok UPTD IPLT IPLT Kalimulya 2000 Imhof, Kolam Anaerobik, penampung lumpur 70
optimum
250
Stone trap, SAP, Bak Penampung, Screw Press, bak
9 Kota Bekasi UPTD PAL IPLT Sumur Batu 2016 120 Operational
Aerasi, Sedimentasi, Penampung efluen
(operasi)
IPLT Leuwi Sisir 2008
10 Kab Karawang N/A Imhoff Tank dan Kolam Stabilisasi (Anaerobik) 12 Not operated yet
IPLT Jalupang (?) 2016 (?))
Operational not
11 Kab Tangerang UPTD PAL IPLT Sepatan 1993 Kolam stabilisasi (Anaerobik) 129
optimum
Pulo Gebang 1993 Saringan, aerasi/anaerobik/fakultatif/maturasi, SDB 300 Operational
12 DKI Jakarta PD. PAL Duri Kosambi 2000 Stone trap, SAP, Bak Penampung, Screw Press, bak 300
Aerasi, Sedimentasi, Penampung efluen Operational

3 Central Java
Operational not
13 Kota Surakarta PDAM IPLT Putri Cempo 1993/2015/2017 Saringan, Imhof, Kolam stabilisasi (Anaerobik), SDB 45
optimum
Operational not
14 Kota Magelang UPTD IPLT Dumpoh 2008/2016 SSC, Kolam stablisasi, Drying Area 20,5
optimum
15 Kab Magelang N/A NO IPLT YET No IPLT
IPLT Ngroggo Operational not
16 Kota Salatiga UPTD 2014 Saringan, Kolam stabilisasi (Anaerobik), SDB 30
(Kota Salatiga) optimum
IPLT Mojorejo Operational not
17 Kab Sukoharjo UPTD 2015 SSC (sekaligus Drying area) dan Kolam stablisasi 22
(Kab Sukoharjo) optimum
4 East Java
400
SSC, drying area, ekualisasi, oxidation ditch/carocel,
18 Kota Surabaya UPTD / IPLT IPLT Keputih 1998/2000 50-127 Operational
sedimentasi, SDB
(operasi)
Operational not
19 Kab Sidoarjo UPTD IPLT Jaboon 2014 SSC, drying Area, Kolam Stabilisasi 34,6
optimum
Operational not
20 Kab Gresik UPTD IPLT Kab Gresik 2014 SSC, drying Area, Kolam Stabilisasi 45
optimum
UPTD PSL (Sampah &
21 Kota Probolinggo 2018 Under Construction
Limbah)
22 Kab Probolinggo N/A 2017 Under Construction

23 Kab Lumajang N/A IPLT Lumajang 2016 SSC, drying Area, ABR, Fakultatif, Maturasi 25 Not operated yet

Operational not
24 Kota Malang UPT IPLT Supit Urang 2008 SSC, ABR, SDB 30-35
optimum
5 South Sulawesi / East Indonesia
Operational not
25 Kota Makassar UPTD IPLT Nipa Nipa 1994/2014 SSC, Imhoff tank, SDB, Kolam Stabilisasi 90
optimum
26 Kab Barru N/A IPLT 2015 SSC+kolam stabilisasi+SDB 25 Not operated yet
Operational not
27 Kab Bantaeng UPTD IPLT Bontolebang 2001/2014 SSC+Drying Bed+Stabilisasi 15
optimum
28 Kab Bulukumba N/A IPLT Bulukumba 2003 SSC, Drying Bed, Kolam Stabilisasi ? Broken
Operational not
29 Kota Ternate N/A IPLT Ternate 2012 Imhof, SDB, Kolam Stabilisasi 15
optimum
30 Kab Maluku Tengah N/A NO IPLT YET
UPTD Sampah dan Air
31 Kota Jayapura IPLT Koya Koso 1994/2014/2015 SSC anaerob Fakultatif maturasi 60 Not operated yet
Limbah
32 Kab Jayapura N/A 2017 Under Construction
Note:
No IPLT yet
IPLT Broken
IPLT under construction
IPLT built but not yet operated

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ANNEX 8: GOVERNANCE INDEX SCORE IN EACH CITY
Responsif Anggaran Akuntabilitas Inklusif Profesional Kerangka Pengaturan
Governan

5.4.1 (1)

5.4.2 (1)

5.4.3 (2)
Sub Sub Sub Sub Sub

4.4 (2)
1.1 (6)

2.1 (5)

2.2 (5)

2.3 (2)

2.7 (2)

3.1 (2)

3.3 (2)

3.4 (2)

3.5 (2)

4.1 (5)

4.2 (5)

4.3 (4)

4.5 (2)

4.6 (2)

5.2 (4)
1.2 (4)

1.3 (6)

1.4 (4)

1.5 (5)

2.4 (2)

2.5 (2)

2.6 (2)

3.2 (2)

5.1 (6)

5.3 (4)

5.5 (4)

5.6 (3)
NO KOTA/KABUPATEN ce Index
Total Total Total Total Total
2016
(25) (20) (10) (20) (25)
I NORTH SUMATERA
1 Kota Medan 74 6 4 6 1 2 19 5 0 2 1 2 2 1 13 2 2 2 2 0 8 5 0 2 2 2 2 13 6 3 4 1 1 2 1 3 21
2 Kab.Deli Serdang 52 1 1 1 0 5 8 5 2 1 0 2 2 0 12 2 2 2 0 2 8 4 5 3 2 0 2 16 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 8
3 Kota Pematangsiantar 53 6 0 0 0 5 11 1 2 2 0 2 2 1 10 2 2 1 1 0 6 5 4 2 2 0 2 15 2 1 4 0 0 1 1 2 11
4 Kota Sibolga 50 1 4 5 1 1 12 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 7 2 2 1 0 2 7 5 5 4 1 0 1 16 2 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 8
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi 53 1 0 5 0 5 11 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 6 2 2 2 2 2 10 4 0 4 2 1 1 12 2 1 2 1 1 1 3 3 14
II WEST JAVA-DKI-BANTEN
6 Kota. Bogor 61 5 0 2 0 5 12 3 5 2 1 1 2 1 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 3 2 2 2 19 2 0 4 1 1 2 3 2 15
7 Kabupaten Bogor 52 0 0 1 4 5 10 3 5 1 0 2 2 2 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 4 2 0 2 17 2 0 4 1 1 0 0 2 10
8 Kota Depok 63 0 0 2 4 5 11 5 5 0 0 2 2 2 16 1 2 1 2 1 7 5 1 3 2 1 2 14 2 1 4 1 1 2 3 1 15
9 Kota Bekasi 74 2 4 1 0 5 12 3 5 1 0 2 2 2 15 2 2 2 2 2 10 4 5 4 2 1 2 18 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 3 19
10 Kabupaten Karawang 58 0 0 0 4 5 9 5 5 2 0 2 2 2 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 2 0 2 16 2 0 4 1 1 1 3 3 15
11 Kabupaten Tangerang 72 1 0 6 0 5 12 3 5 1 2 2 1 2 16 2 2 1 2 2 9 4 5 2 2 2 2 17 2 2 4 0 1 2 4 3 18
12 DKI Jakarta
III CENTRAL JAVA
13 Kota Surakarta 75 1 0 3 4 5 13 5 5 1 0 2 2 2 17 2 2 0 0 0 4 5 5 3 2 2 2 19 6 2 4 1 1 1 4 3 22
14 Kota Magelang 67 0 0 1 0 5 6 5 5 2 2 2 2 1 19 2 2 2 2 2 10 5 5 4 2 1 2 19 2 1 4 0 1 1 1 3 13
15 Kabupaten Magelang 66 0 1 0 0 5 6 5 5 2 0 2 2 1 17 2 2 2 2 2 10 5 5 4 2 1 2 19 0 0 4 1 1 2 3 3 14
16 Kota Salatiga 75 1 0 6 4 5 16 5 5 2 0 2 2 1 17 2 2 0 2 2 8 5 5 2 2 1 2 17 2 2 2 1 1 2 4 3 17
17 Kabupaten Sukoharjo 58 0 4 0 4 5 13 1 5 2 0 2 2 2 14 2 2 0 0 0 4 5 1 4 1 2 2 15 0 0 4 1 1 1 3 2 12
IV EAST JAVA
18 Kota Surabaya 63 0 0 0 3 5 8 3 4 2 0 2 2 2 15 2 2 2 2 2 10 5 2 4 2 1 1 15 2 1 4 0 1 2 4 1 15
19 Kabupaten Sidoarjo 54 3 0 1 4 0 8 1 4 0 1 2 1 2 11 2 2 0 2 2 8 5 1 3 2 1 1 13 0 0 4 1 1 2 3 3 14
20 Kabupaten Gresik 71 2 1 6 3 5 17 5 5 1 0 2 1 2 16 2 2 1 1 1 7 5 1 3 2 2 2 15 2 0 4 1 1 2 3 3 16
21 Kota Probolinggo 63 0 0 0 0 5 5 5 2 1 2 2 2 1 15 2 2 2 2 1 9 5 3 4 2 1 2 17 6 2 2 1 1 0 3 2 17
22 Kabupaten Probolinggo 56 1 1 4 0 5 11 3 2 1 0 2 2 2 12 2 2 2 2 2 10 5 1 2 0 0 1 9 2 1 4 1 1 1 2 2 14
23 Kabupaten Lumajang 52 1 0 0 0 5 6 3 5 1 0 2 2 2 15 2 2 1 2 1 8 5 4 3 2 0 1 15 0 0 2 1 1 1 3 0 8
24 Kota Malang 69 6 4 1 0 5 16 5 4 2 2 2 1 2 18 0 1 1 1 1 4 5 3 4 2 1 1 16 2 0 4 1 1 1 3 3 15
V SOUTH SULAWESI & EASTERN INDONESIA
25 Kota Makassar 74 0 0 6 0 5 11 3 4 1 2 2 2 2 16 2 2 2 2 2 10 5 1 2 2 2 2 14 6 4 4 1 1 0 4 3 23
26 Kab. Barru 29 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 7 2 2 2 0 2 8 5 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 5
27 Kab. Bantaeng 46 4 0 0 0 0 4 5 5 0 0 2 2 2 16 2 2 0 1 0 5 1 1 4 0 0 2 8 0 4 0 1 1 0 4 3 13
28 Kab. Bulukumba 49 3 0 2 0 1 6 0 5 0 0 1 2 2 10 2 2 0 2 1 7 1 4 4 0 0 2 11 2 0 4 1 1 0 4 3 15
29 Kota Ternate 42 2 0 2 0 2 6 0 5 0 0 2 1 2 10 2 2 1 1 1 7 5 1 4 1 0 2 13 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 6
30 Kab. Maluku Tengah (Masohi) 33 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 1 0 2 0 2 13 2 2 0 0 0 4 4 0 1 1 0 0 6 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 1 8
31 Kota Jayapura 47 1 1 3 0 0 5 5 5 1 2 2 2 2 19 2 2 0 1 0 5 1 0 1 1 2 2 7 0 0 4 1 1 2 3 0 11
32 Kabupaten Jayapura 36 1 0 0 2 2 5 1 2 1 0 2 0 2 8 2 2 1 0 0 5 1 0 1 1 2 2 7 0 0 4 1 1 2 2 1 11
100
Note: 100
Priority 1 for Advocacy Priority 2 for Advocacy
I BUDGET RESPONSIVE II ACCOUNTABILITY III INCLUSIVENESS IV PROFESSIONALISM V REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
1.1. % Budget allocation of Water Supply in APBD 2.1. Community engagement - mechanism 3.1. OPD Driver for PPRG 4.1. SPM - Water Supply Access 5.1. PERDA/regional regulation on Sanitation
1.2. % Budget allocation of water supply - 2.2. Community engagement - activities 3.2. Pokja PUG (PUG Working Group) 4.2. SPM - Sanitation Access 5.2. PERKADA/head of local govt regulation on Sanitation
RISPAM/RPJMD in APBD 2.3. Water Supply SOP availaibility in PDAM 3.3. PUG Focal Point PUG in 4.3. SPM - Raw Water Availability 5.3. PERDA / PERKADA on Water Supply
1.3. % Budget allocation of Sanitation in APBD 2.4. Sanitation SOP availaibility WatSan OPD 4.4. The selection of PDAM directors 5.4.1.
RISPAM Document

1.4. in wastewater istitution 3.4. PPRG Regulation 4.5. The requirement of Sanitation Institutional Head 5.4.2.
Water Supply Sector on RPJMD
% Budget allocation of sanitation - SSK/
RPJMD in APBD 2.5. APBD approved in end of December 3.5. PPRG Implementation Budget 4.6. Duties and Authorities of the Supervisory Board 5.4.3.
Business Plan Document

1.5. % Budget allocation of Poverty Reduction Plan 2.6. APBD published on the mass media 5.5. SSK Document
in APBD 2.7. Audit result of APBD 5.6. Regulations related to Poverty Reduction/ KOTAKU

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ANNEX 9: DATA ON WASH REGULATIONS AND OTHER SUPPORTING REGULATIONS
AIR BERSIH SANITASI
Current Regulation
PERDA PERKADA PERDA PERKADA
REGULASI YANG MELENGKAPI TIME LINE - ACTION PLAN

Available
NO KOTA/KABUPATEN

Sep'17

PY - 3
Already

2018

2019
PY-2
4.a)

4.b)
Total

10)

11)

12)
Proses

1)

2)

3)

5)

6)
7)
8)

9)
Not
I NORTH SUMATERA
1 Kota Medan 9 0 6 15 A A A A A A N A N A N A 12.1): 12.4); 12.7); 12,8) 6); 8); 10); 12.1); 12.4); 12.6); 12.7); 12,8)
2 Kab.Deli Serdang 6 0 6 12 A A N A A N N N A N A 12.5) 3); 12.5) 6); 7); 8); 10); 12.5); 12.6)
3 Kota Pematangsiantar 4 0 8 12 A A N N N&adj N N N A N A 12.1) 3) 3); 4.a); 5); 6); 7); 8); 10); 12.1); 12.6)
4 Kota Sibolga 7 0 4 11 A A N A N&adj A A A N N A 3); 5) 3); 9); 10); 12.8)
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi 10 0 2 12 A A N A A A A A A A A 12.7) 3); 3); 12.6); 12.8)
II WEST JAVA DKI & TANGERANG
6 Kota. Bogor 7 1 3 11 A A P A A N A N A A N 3) 3); 6); 8); 12);
7 Kabupaten Bogor 5 1 6 12 A A N A N N A N A N A 12.1) 9) 3); 5); 6); 8); 9) 3); 10); 12.1)
8 Kota Depok 7 0 4 11 A A N A A N A N A N A 3) 3); 6); 8); 10);
9 Kota Bekasi 10 0 1 11 A A N A A A A A A A A 3) 3); 12)
10 Kabupaten Karawang 6 0 6 12 A A N A N A A N N N A 12.3) 5) 3); 8); 9);10); 12.1)
11 Kabupaten Tangerang 8 1 2 11 A A P A A A A N A N A 3)* 3)* 8); 10); 12)
12 DKI Jakarta 8 0 3 11 A A A A A P A N N A N 8); 9); 11); 13)
III CENTRAL JAVA
13 Kota Surakarta 9 1 3 13 A A A A A A A P N A N A 12.3) 7) 7) 8); 10); 12.3)
14 Kota Magelang 5 0 7 12 A A N A N&adj N A N A N N 12.1) 5); 6) 3); 8); 10); 11); 12.1); 12.2)
15 Kabupaten Magelang 4 0 8 12 A A N A N N A N N N N 12.1) 3); 5); 6); 8); 9); 10); 11); 12.1); 12.2)
16 Kota Salatiga 5 0 7 12 A A N A N&adj N N N A N A 12.1) 2); 5) 3); 5); 6); 7); 8); 10); 12.1)
17 Kabupaten Sukoharjo 3 1 8 12 A A N N A N P N N N N 12.3) 3)* 3)*; 5); 6) 3); 4.a); 7); 8); 9); 10); 11); 12.3)
IV EAST JAVA
18 Kota Surabaya 7 0 4 11 A A A A A N N N A N A 6); 7); 8); 10);
19 Kabupaten Sidoarjo 4 2 5 11 A A P N P&adj N N N N A A 3); 5) 3); 4.a); 5) 6); 7); 8); 9);
20 Kabupaten Gresik 6 0 5 11 A A N A A N N N A N A 3) 6); 7): 8); 10);
21 Kota Probolinggo 8 0 4 12 A N A A A N A N A A A 12.3) 2) 6); 8); 12.3)
22 Kabupaten Probolinggo 6 1 5 12 A A N A P&adj N N N A A A 12.1) 5) 5) 3); 5); 6); 7); 8); 12.1)
23 Kabupaten Lumajang 3 0 10 13 A A N N N&adj N N N N N A 12.1); 12.3) 3); 4.a); 5) 3); 6); 7); 8); 9); 10); 12.1); 12.3)
24 Kota Malang 8 0 5 13 A A A A N A A A N N N A 12.1) 4.b) 8); 9); 10): 12.1)
V SOUTH SULAWESI & EASTERN INDONESIA
25 Kota Makassar 8 0 4 12 A A A A A A A A N N N 12.8) 12.8) 9); 10); 11)
26 Kab. Barru 2 0 9 11 N N N N N N N N A N A 3); 4.a); 5) 1); 2): 3); 6); 7); 8); 10); 12)
27 Kab. Bantaeng 9 0 4 13 A A N A A A A A A N A 12.1); 12.3) 3); 10); 12.1); 12.3)
28 Kab. Bulukumba 3 0 10 13 A A N N N N N N A N N 12.1); 12.3) 3) 3); 4.a); 4.b); 5); 6); 7); 9); 10); 12.1); 12.3)
29 Kota Ternate 0 1 11 12 N N P N N N N N N N N 12.1) 3) 3); 4.a) 1); 2); 4.a); 6); 7); 8); 9); 10); 11); 12.1)
30 Kab. Maluku Tengah (Masohi)
1 0 11 12 N A N N N N N N N N N 12.3) 1) 3); 4.a); 5); 6); 7); 8); 9); 10); 11); 12.3)
31 Kota Jayapura 5 1 6 12 A A P A A N N N A N N 3) 3); 4.a) 6); 7); 8); 10); 11);
32 Kabupaten Jayapura 2 0 9 11 A A N N N N N N N N N 3); 5) 4.a); 6); 7); 8); 9); 10); 11);
Total Jumlah 185 10 186 381 10 48
RGULATION CATEGORIES
Note: Baseline Data 2016 1) LG Capital Participation to PDAM 6) SNI & LLTT/LLTTT 12) Other Regulations
1 A = Already Available Regulations are avaible 2) Water Supply Tariff 7) AL Retribution Tariff (Perkada) 12.1) RPAM 12.7) Kota Sehat (Healthy City)
2 P = In Process Regulations are in developing process 3) ALD Management (PERDA) 8) Third Party Partnership 12.2) Joint Regulation 12.8) UPTD Rusunawa
Regulations are in process and 3)* ALD Management (Perkada) 9) PPRG 12.3) Business Plan
need adjusment (justification) 4.a) Public Services Retribution (PERDA) 10) CEM 12.4) RISPAM
3 N = Not Available Yet Regulations are not available 4.b) PDAM Working Structure and Procedure 11) Poverty/KOTAKU 12.5) Micro Credit
Regulations are not available and on Domestic Wastewater Management 12.6) STBM
need adjusment (justification) 5) UPTD Establishment

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ANNEX 10: RPAM RESOURCES AND OPERATOR STEPS
EXPLANATION
No Step RPAM Activity
1 Dissemination of RPAM concept  Dissemination of RPAM concept
to acquire local government  Brainstorming on water supply issues and potential risk
commitment on development  Creation of documents / letters / SK on Bupati / Walikota commitment in
and implementation of RPAM support and implementation of RPAM
2 Establishment of RPAM team  Determine the lead sector or SKPD or stakeholders
 Determining team skills needed.
 Selection of RPAM team leader
 Production of team and member jobs description
 Issued and publishing of RPAM team decree
 Develop the team work plans and targets
 Internal team discussion related to RPAM
3 Assessment or study of the  Catchment area and water supply system assessment and study:
current Water Supply system – Geology, Hydrogeology, Hydrology, Topography
and catchment area – Identification of potential and historical disasters
– Land Use and spatial planning allocation
– Demography
– Facilities, infrastructure, potential locations and sources of pollutants /
pollutants
– Supply and demand of water
– Identification of stakeholder jobs desk and authority related to SPAM
– Identification of potential and constraints of SPAM systems
4 Potential Risk analysis  Analysis identified potential risks (natural and climate hazardous) related to
considering 4K water resources and water supply infrastructures or system
5 Development of risk  Determination of RPAM risk management techniques
management (Action Plan and  Identification of budget needed for RPAM risk handling and actions.
Budgeting)  Identification of the technology alternatives and RPAM risk management or
handling.
 Establishment of RPAM risk validation and validation mechanisms.
 Identification of interested and responsible parties.
6 Preparation of Standard  Preparation or development of SOP for RPAM risk management and
Operating Procedures of risk control.
management  Developing the SOP of RPAM risk management alternatives.
7 Development of RPAM  Writing and documenting the entire process and all risk issues and actions
document plans of the RPAM that have been determined.
 Workshop and public consultation and announcement of the final RPAM
document.
8 Audience with Bupati/Walikota  Summarize the strategy, technical plan, and implementation and monitoring
to have commitment on RPAM of RPAM to be submitted to the Bupati / Mayor.
Implementation and integration  Audience with the Bupati/walikota on the RPAM document.
of the RPAM to PDAM Business  Preparation of a draft commitment letter to be signed by the
Plan or SKPD/OPD annual Bupati/walikota with approval/commitment of RPAM implementation by all
workplan local government agencies (adjusted to their respective working programs,
eg APBD each SKPD/OPD, RKAP PDAM, Business plan PDAM, etc.)
 Establishment of RPAM socialization strategy for SKPD and related
institutions or stakeholder.
9 RPAM pilot implementation  Implementation of RPAM risk handling activities by relevant RPAM or
SKPD local government agencies.
 Evaluation and monitoring of technical guidelines or SOP implementation
process in handling RPAM risk.
 Monitoring and documentation of new issues that may arise in the
implementation of RPAM risk management.
10 Evaluation of RPAM handling or  Evaluation of all stages of RPAM risk handling implementation.
management implementation  Evaluation of the development (success and failure) of technical
implementation of RPAM risk management.
 Evaluation and validation of the success of any RPAM risk management
activities.
 Evaluation of risk priority scale and RPAM risk management plan.
11 Revision of RPAM Document  Revised and written RPAM documents based on evaluation of RPAM
handling activities and lesson learned.
 Changes in the order and priority of RPAM risk.

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ANNEX 11: PROGRESS OF 13 RPAM OPERATOR AND SUMBER
FOR 12 USAID IUWASH PLUS LOCATIONS
RPAM
No. Location Water Summary of achievement
Operator
source
1 North Sumatra:
Step 1: Disseminated RPAM Sumber concept to LG, Province and
Ditpam Kab Deli Serdang, (Bapeda, Balai Wilayah Sungai, PU, Kehutanan,
1 Kota Medan √ Lingkungan Hidup, PDAM Tirtanadi and PUPR, Perkim Deli Serdang
PU
to get commitment for RPAM development and implementation

Step 2: Disseminated RPAM concept to local stakeholders and by


Kota the end of September 2017, the Director of PDAM had appointed
2 √
Pematangsiantar the RPAM team consisting members from PDAM and Local
Government, and issued the decree
2 West Java/ Banten / DKI:
Step 1: Disseminated RPAM Sumber to LG Kab Bogor (Bapeda,
Perkim, Lingkungan Hidup, Dinas Koperasi, PUPR and PDAM Tirta
3 Kab Bogor √ Pakuan to obtain commitment for establishment of team and issue
of decree as well as development /implementation of the RPAM
document.
Step 2: Established RPAM Team of PDAM members, conducted
4 Kab Bogor √ baseline survey of RPAM risk potential and developed a detailed
RPAM work plan.
3 Central Java
Step 3: Completed Water supply and catchment area study to
identify all RPAM potential risks of Tuk Pecah spring water supply
5 Kota Magelang √
system and trained the RPAM team on how to use the Geo-data
collect software.
Step 3: Completed Water supply and catchment area study to
identify all RPAM potential risks of Citrosono spring system and
6 Kab Magelang √
trained the RPAM team how to use the geo-data collect software in
the RPAM process.
Step 1: Disseminated RPAM concept to Salatiga LG, including
Ditpam
7 Kota Salatiga √ Bapeda, PDAM, PUPR, to have commitment to establish the RPAM
PU
sumber team and to develop/implement the RPAM document.
4 East Java
Step 3: Completed Water supply and catchment area study of two
springs (Tancak and Umbulan) to identify RPAM potential risks and
8 Kab Probolinggo √
trained the RPAM team how to collect geo-data software for RPAM
developing process.
Step 3: Studied the water supply system of Lumajang-Sukodono and
9 Kab Lumajang √ Klakah-Ranuyoso, and the catchment area to identify RPAM
potential risks and trained the RPAM team how to collect geo-data
Step 1: Disseminated RPAM concept to LG to boost LG
Ditpam commitment for RPAM development and implementation; also held
10 Kota Malang √
PU discussions with APIK on RPAM collaboration and climate change
adaptation issues in Malang Raya.
5 South Sulawesi / East Indonesia
Step 3: Established RPAM Team consisting of PDAM members and
conducted a preliminary survey in the PDAM water supply system
11 Kab Bantaeng √ and catchment of Eremerasa spring to identify all potential risks that
would affect 4Q water services standards (quality, quantity,
continuity and affordability).
Step 3: Conducted water system and catchment area study of
Lotong-lotong spring to assess all RPAM potential risks, including
12 Kab Bulukumba √
collecting geo-data data to support the RPAM document
development process
Step 3: Conducted water system and catchment area study and
preliminary survey for RPAM potential risks of Ake Galle spring;
13 Kota Ternate √
also initiated collaboration with local CSR to implement RPAM
recommendation.

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ANNEX 12: MEDIA COVERAGE OF ACTIVITIES IN USAID
IUWASH PLUS REGIONS FROM JULY – SEPTEMBER
2017
The name of
Radio/TV/
resource
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media
North Sumatra Region: July – September 2017
04/07/ http://obr Besok Duta Tem Lead Comp. 4 Lina Damayanti Online http://obrolanbisnis.co
2017 olanbisnis. Besar Amerika USAID IUWASH m/2017/07/04/besok-
com Serikat PLUS duta-besar-amerika-
Resmikan serikat-resmikan-
Program USAID program-usaid-
IUWASH PLUS iuwash/
04/07/ http://raky Ini Program Tem Lead Comp. 4 Lina Damayanti Online http://rakyatbicara.co
2017 atbicara.c Nyata USAID USAID IUWASH m/program-nyata-
om untuk Medan PLUS usaid-medan/
04/07/ https://ww Besok, Dubes Tem Lead Comp. 4 Lina Damayanti Online https://www.gosumut.
2017 w.gosumu AS Resmikan USAID IUWASH com/berita/baca/2017/
t.com Sarana Air PLUS 07/04/besok-dubes-
Minum dan as-resmikan-sarana-
Sanitasi di Kedai air-minum-dan-
Durian sanitasi-di-kedai-
durian#sthash.G6SQv
8ol.dpbs
05/07/ http://ww Duta Besar US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://www.sumutpro
2017 w.sumutp Amerika Donovan v.go.id/berita-
rov.go.id Serikan Walikota Medan Junior lainnya/1715-dubes-
Resmikan amerika-resmikan-
Penyedian Air Drs. H. T. penyediaan-air-bersih-
Bersih dan Dzulmi Eldin S, dan-sanitasi-mbr-di-
Sanitasi MBR di M.Si medan-johor
Medan Johor
05/07/ http://sum IUWASH PLUS- US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://sumut.pojoksatu
2017 ut.pojoksa Pemko Medan Donovan .id/2017/07/05/iuwash
tu.id Resmikan Junior -plus-pemko-medan-
Sanitasi Layak resmikan-sanitasi-
Bagi Keuarga layak-bagi-keluarga-
Berpenghasilan penghasilan-rendah/
Rendah
05/07/ http://obr Amerika Serikat Plt Sekda Sumatera Ibnu Hutomo Online http://obrolanbisnis.co
2017 olanbisnis. Resmikan Utara m/2017/07/05/amerika
com Penyedian Air Drs. H. T. -serikat-resmikan-
Bersih dan Walikota Medan Dzulmi Eldin S, penyediaan-air-bersih-
Perbaiki Sanitasi M.Si dan-perbaiki-sanitasi-
MBR di Medan mbr-di-medan/
05/07/ http://sum Program US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://sumatra.bisnis.c
2017 atra.bisnis. Sanitasi USAID Donovan om/read/20170705/2/
com Direalisasikan di Junior 67206/program-
Medan sanitasi-usaid-
direalisasikan-di-
medan
05/07/ http://sum Walikota US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://sumutinvest.co
2017 utinvest.c Medan & Dubes Donovan m/tag/usaid-iuwash-
om Amerika Walikota Medan Junior plus/
Letakkan Batu
Pertama Drs. H. T.
Pembangunan Dzulmi Eldin S,
Sarana Air M.Si
Minum

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media
05/07/ http://ww Dubes AS Plt Sekda Sumatera Ibnu Hutomo Online http://www.metro24.c
2017 w.metro2 Resmikan Utara o/sumatera-
4.co Penyediaan Air utara/dubes-as-
Bersih dan resmikan-penyediaan-
Sanitasi di air-bersih-dan-
Medan Johor sanitasi-mbr-di-
medan-johor/
05/07/ http://sent Kedubes AS: 33 US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://sentralberita.co
2017 ralberita.c Persen Donovan m/2017/07/kedubes-
om Penduduk Junior 33-persen-penduduk-
Sumut Belum sumut-belum-miliki-
Miliki Akses Air akses-air-minum/
Minum
05/07/ http://sent Pemko Medan Walikota Medan Drs. H. T. Online http://sentralberita.co
2017 ralberita.c Tandatangani Dzulmi Eldin S, m/2017/07/pemko-
om Kerjasama M.Si medan-tandatangani-
Dengan USAID kersama-dengan-
IUWASH PLUS usaid-iuwash-plus/
05/07/ http://ww Walikota Walikota Medan Drs. H. T. Online http://www.metro24.c
2017 w.metro2 Medan Berharap Dzulmi Eldin S, o/sumatera-
4.co Bermitra M.Si utara/walikota-medan-
dengan AS Bisa berharap-bermitra-
Atasi Krisis Air dengan-as-bisa-atasi-
Minum dan krisis-air-minum-dan-
Sanitasi sanitasi/
05/07/ http://jurn IUWASH PLUS US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://jurnalisperempu
2017 alisperem Dampingi Donovan an.com/iuwash-plus-
puan.com Medan Perbaiki Junior dampingi-medan-
Sanitasi Warga perbaiki-sanitasi-
warga/
05/07/ http://edisi Walikota Minta Walikota Medan Drs. H. T. Online http://edisimedan.com
2017 medan.co Sarana Air Dzulmi Eldin S, /walikota-minta-
m Bersih Bantuan M.Si sarana-air-bersih-
Amerika Serikat bantuan-amerika-
Dijaga dan dijaga-dan-dirawat/
Dirawat
05/07/ http://kara Pemko Medan US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://karakternews.c
2017 kternews. dan USAID Donovan om/pemko-medan-
com IUWASH PLUS Walikota Medan Junior dan-usaid-iuwash-
Tandatangani plus-tandatangani-
MoU Drs. H. T. mou-penyehatan-
Penyehatan Dzulmi Eldin S, lingkungan/
Lingkungan M.Si

05/07/ http://hari Pemko Medan US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://hariansib.co/vie


2017 ansib.co dan USAID Donovan w/Medan-
IUWASH PLUS Walikota Medan Junior Sekitarnya/172783/Pe
Bangun Sarana mko-Medan-dan-
Air Minum dan Drs. H. T. USAID-IUWASH-
Sanitasi di Dzulmi Eldin S, Plus-Bangun-Sarana-
Medan M.Si Air-Minum-dan-
Sanitasi-di-Medan.html
05/07/ http://ww Pemko Medan US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://www.tobasatu.c
2017 w.tobasat Terima Hibah Donovan om/2017/07/05/pemk
u.com Air Bersih dan Walikota Medan Junior o-medan-terima-
Sanitasi MBR hibah-penyediaan-air-
Drs. H. T. bersih-dan-sanitasi-
Dzulmi Eldin S, mbr/
M.Si

05/07/ https://ww Program 100% US Ambassador Joseph R Online https://www.akses.co/


2017 w.akses.co Ketersediaan Donovan metro/program-100-
Walikota Medan Junior

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Date Article Position person Link
Outlet Koran/Onlin
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media
Akses Air ketersediaan-akses-
Minum Dimulai Drs. H. T. air-minum-dimulai/
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si
05/07/ http://cipt Pemerintah US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://ciptakarya.pu.go
2017 akarya.pu. Kota Medan Donovan .id/water/post.php?q=
go.id Bersama Gubernur Sumatera Junior 6885-Pemerintah-
Amerika Utara Kota-Medan-
Bekerjasama Tengku Erry bersama.html
Dalam Bidang Walikota Medan Nuryadi
Air Minum dan
Sanitasi Drs. H. T.
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si
05/07/ https://id.u Ambassador US Ambassador Joseph R Online https://id.usembassy.g
2017 sembassy. Donovan Donovan ov/ambassador-
gov Promotes US Junior donovan-promotes-u-
Indonesian s-indonesian-
Partnership in partnership-sumatra/
Sumatra
05/07/ http://ww Walikota dan US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://www.tvpolri.co
2017 w.tvpolri.c Dubes Amerika Donovan m/index.php/sumut/m
om Letakkan Batu Walikota Medan Junior edan/199-walikota-
Pertama dan-dubes-amerika-
Drs. H. T. letakkan-batu-pertama
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si

06/07/ http://new Dubes Amerika: US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://news.akurat.co/i


2017 s.akurat.c Setengah Donovan d-47330-read-dubes-
o Penduduk Walikota Medan Junior amerika-setengah-
Indonesia Tak penduduk-indonesia-
Miliki Akses Drs. H. T. tak-miliki-akses-ke-
Layanan Sanitasi Dzulmi Eldin S, layanan-sanitasi
M.Si

06/07/ http://indo Pemko Medan US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://indonesia.shafaq


2017 nesia.shafa dan USAID Donovan na.com/ID/ID/533629
qna.com IUWASH PLUS Walikota Medan Junior 4
Bangun Sarana
Air Minum dan Drs. H. T.
Sanitasi di Kota Dzulmi Eldin S,
Medan M.Si
06/07/ http://ww Pemko Medan US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://www.jurnalasia.
2017 w.jurnalasi dan USAID Donovan com/medan/pemko-
a.com Teken MoU. Walikota Medan Junior medan-dan-usaid-
Amerika Bantu teken-mou-amerika-
Pembangunan Drs. H. T. bantu-pembangunan-
Sarana Air Dzulmi Eldin S, sarana-air-minum/
Minum M.Si

06/07/ http://was Amerika Bantu US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://waspada.co.id/m


2017 pada.co.id Pembangunan Donovan edan/amerika-bantu-
Sarana Air Walikota Medan Junior pembangunan-sarana-
Minum di air-minum-di-medan/
Medan Drs. H. T.
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si

06/07/ http://new Wuihh .. US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://news.okezone.c


2017 s.okezone. Amerika Bantu Donovan om/read/2017/07/06/3
com Pembangunan Walikota Medan Junior 40/1730036/wuihh-
Sarana Air amerika-bantu-

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Medan Dzulmi Eldin S, air-minum-di-medan
M.Si

06/07/ http://uta Dubes Amerika US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://utamanews.com


2017 manews.c Resmikan Donovan /ragam/Dubes-
om Penyediaan Air Walikota Medan Junior Amerika-Resmikan-
Bersih dan Penyediaan-Air-
Sanitasi MBR di Drs. H. T. Bersih--amp--Sanitasi-
Medan Dzulmi Eldin S, MBR-di-Medan
M.Si

06/07/ https://me Amerika Serikat US Ambassador Joseph R Online https://medanfm.id/20


2017 danfm.id Ikut Donovan 17/news/read/2017/07
Berpartisipasi Junior /amerika-serikat-ikut-
Pengelolaan Air Plt Sekda Sumatera berpartisipasi-
Bersih dan Utara pengelolaan-air-
Sanitasi di Ibnu Hutomo bersih-dan-sanitasi-di-
Sumut sumut
06/07/ https://dae 33% Warga US Ambassador Joseph R Online https://daerah.sindone
2017 rah.sindon Sumut Belum Donovan ws.com/read/1218516
ews.com Miliki Air Bersih Walikota Medan Junior /191/33-warga-sumut-
belum-miliki-air-
Drs. H. T. bersih-1499347197
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si

06/07/ http://mat 33% Masyarakat US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://matatelinga.com


2017 atelinga.co Sumut Tidak Donovan /Berita-Sumut/33--
m Punya Akses Air Walikota Medan Junior Masyarakat-Sumut-
‘Sehat” Tak-Punya-Akses-Air-
Drs. H. T. ---039-Sehat---039-
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si

06/07/ http://sum Walikota US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://sumutpos.co/20


2017 utpos.co Resmikan Donovan 17/07/06/wali-kota-
Penyediaan Air Junior resmikan-penyediaan-
Bersih dan air-bersih-dan-
Sanitasi MBR sanitasi-mbr/
06/07/ http://gen Walikota US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://generasi.co.id/2
2017 erasi.co.id Medan dan Donovan 017/07/walikota-
Dubes Amerika Walikota Medan Junior medan-dan-dubes-
Letakkan Batu amerikaletakkan-batu-
Pertama Sarana Drs. H. T. pertama-
Air minum Dzulmi Eldin S, pembangunan-sarana-
M.Si air-minum/
07/07/ http://regi Amerika Serikat US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://regional.kompas
2017 onal.komp Bantu Akses Air Donovan .com/read/2017/07/07
as.com Bersih di Wakil Gubernur Junior /16573931/amerika.se
Kawasan Sumut rikat.bantu.akses.air.b
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Medan Walikota Medan Marpaung h.kota.medan

Drs. H. T.
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si

10/07/ http://regi Walikota US Ambassador Joseph R Online http://regional.kini.co.i


2017 onal.kini.c Medan dan Donovan d/2017/07/05/5861/wa
o.id Dubes Amerika Walikota Medan Junior likota-medan-
Letakkan Batu bersama-dubes-
Pertama amerika-letakkan-

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Sarana Air Dzulmi Eldin S, pembangunan-sarana-
Minum M.Si air-minum

05/07/ RRI Sumut USAID US Ambassador Joseph R Radio -


2017 IUWASH PLUS Donovan
Kerjasama Walikota Medan Junior
dengan Kota
Medan Drs. H. T.
Tingkatkan Dzulmi Eldin S,
Akses Air M.Si
Minum dan
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06/07/ Sumut Pos Walikota US Ambassador Joseph R Newspaper -
2017 Resmikan Donovan
Pembangunan Walikota Medan Junior
Air Bersih dan
Sanitasi MBR Drs. H. T.
Dzulmi Eldin S,
M.Si

06/07/ Harian Pemko Medan US Ambassador Joseph R Newspaper -


2017 Sinar dan USAID Donovan
Indonesia IUWASH PLUS Walikota Medan Junior
Baru (SIB) Bangun Sarana
Air Minum dan Drs. H. T.
Sanitasi di Dzulmi Eldin S,
Medan M.Si

30/07/ http://hari USAID Kadis Kesehatan M Syah Irwan Online http://hariansib.co/vie


2017 ansib.co IUWASH PLUS Pemko Tebing w/Marsipature-
Jalin Kerjasama Tinggi Hutanabe/175837/Usa
dengan Pemko Ricky Pasha id-Iuwash-Plus-Jalin-
TebingTinggi Behavior Change Barus Kerjasama-dengan-
Untuk Marketing Specialist Pemko-Tebingtinggi-
Peningkatan USAID IUWASH untuk-Peningkatan-
Akses Air PLUS Akses-Air-
Minum Minum.html
08/08/ https://ww Sumatera Utara Kepala BPPSPAM Ir. Monhilal Online https://www.gatra.co
2017 w.gatra.co Revitalisasi Dipl. SE m/nusantara/nasional/
m PDAM Bersama 279129-sumatra-
BPPSPAM Kepala Bagian Ade Syaiful ST, utara-revitalisasi-
Informasi dan MT pdam-bersama-
Kerjasama bppspam
Ir. Panusunan
Subdit Kawasan Harahap Msi
Strategis dan
Kerjasama Bappeda
Provinsi Sumatera Alfajri Sin
Utara Arafah ST

Penyusun Program
dan Rencana
Anggaran Satuan
Kerja
Pengembangan
SPAM Sumatera
Utara
08/08/ http://pelit USAID Kadis Kesehatan M Syah Irwan Online http://pelitabatak.com/
2017 abatak.co IUWASH PLUS Kota Tebingtinggi SKM MKes news/USAID-
m Motivasi Warga IUWASH-PLUS-
Tebing Tinggi Sekretaris Umum Dedy Armaya Motivasi-Warga-
Pengurus Besar Tebingtinggi

99
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Date Article Position person Link
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media
Aliansi Media Cyber
Indonesia (PB
AMCI) Ricky Pasha
Barus
Behaviour Change
Marketing Specialist
USAID IUWASH
PLUS

09/08/ https://ww USAID Sekretaris Umum Dedy Armaya Online https://www.gosumut.


2017 w.gosumu IUWASH PLUS Pengurus Besar com/berita/baca/2017/
t.com Majukan Tebing Aliansi Media Cyber 08/09/usaid-iuwash-
Tinggi Jadi Kota Indonesia (PB plus-majukan-
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Barus sehat/2/#sthash.xXz1
Behaviour Change 8JzQ.dpbs
Marketing Specialist
USAID IUWASH
PLUS

12/08/ http://hari Pemkab Deli Direktur Perkotaan Tirta Sutedjo Online http://hariansib.co/vie
2017 ansib.co Serdang Jalin Perumahan w/Medan-
Kerjasama Kawasan Sekitarnya/177282/Pe
dengan USAID Pemukiman mkab-Deliserdang-
IUWASH PLUS Bappenas H Zainuddin Jalin-Kerjasama-
Mars dengan-USAID-
Wakil Bupati Deli IUWASH-Plus.html
Serdang Abdul Haris
Pane MM
Kepala Bappeda
Deliserdang
12/08/ https://asp Deli Serdang Wakil Bupati Deli H Zainuddin Online https://aspiranews.co
2017 iranews.c dan USAID Serdang Mars m/2017/08/12/deli-
om IUWASH PLUS serdang-dan-usaid-
Tingkatkan Ka Bappeda Deli A Haris MM iuwash-plus-
Akses Air Serdang tingkatkan-akses-air-
Minum dan Air minum-dan-air-
Limbah Direktur Perkotaan Tirta Sutejo limbah/
Perumahan Kawas
an
Pemukiman Bappen
as
12/08/ http://ww Deli Serdang Wakil Bupati Deli H Zainuddin Online http://www.medanbis
2017 w.medanb Dan USAID Serdang Mars nisdaily.com/news/rea
isnisdaily.c IUWASH PLUS d/2017/08/12/314640/
om Buat Pernyataan Abdul Haris deliserdang_dan_usai
Bersama Kepala Bappeda Pane MM d_iuwash_plus_buat_
Deliserdang pernyataan_bersama/

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19/07/ https://ku Perbaiki Institutional Advisor Foort Bustraan Online https://kumparan.com/
2017 mparan.co Layanan Air dan USAID IUWASH wartabromo/perbaiki-
m Sanitasi Pemkab PLUS layanan-air-dan-
Probolinggo HA. Timbul sanitasi-pemkab-
Gandeng Wakil Bupati Prihanjoko probolinggo-gandeng-
USAID Probolinggo usaid-1500465066735
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media
HA. Musayyib
Nahrawi
Wakil Ketua DPRD
Kabupaten
Probolinggo
19/07/ https://m.t Probolinggo Regional Manager Laksmi Online https://m.timesindone
2017 imesindon Disarankan Jatim Program Cahyaniwati sia.co.id/read/152294/
esia.co.id Sanksi USAID IUWASH 20170719/131330/pe
Masyarakat yang PLUS mkab-probolinggo-
BAB di Sunagai Foort Bustraan disarankan-sanksi-
Institutional Advisor masyarakat-yang-bab-
USAID IUWASH di-sungai/
PLUS HA. Timbul
Prihanjoko
Wakil Bupati
Probolinggo

19/07/ https://m.t Dewan Institutional Advisor Foort Bustraan Online https://m.timesindone


2017 imesindon Probolinggo USAID IUWASH sia.co.id/read/152328/
esia.co.id Jamin Anggaran PLUS 20170719/203715/de
Air Bersih dan HA. Timbul wan-probolinggo-
Sanitasi Wakil Bupati Prihanjoko jamin-anggaran-air-
Probolinggo bersih-dan-sanitasi/
HA. Musayyib
Nahrawi
Wakil Ketua DPRD
Kabupaten Anggit
Probolinggo Hermanuadi

Kepala Bappeda
Kabupaten
Probolinggo
19/07/ http://ww Perbaiki Institutional Advisor Foort Bustraan Online http://www.wartabro
2017 w.wartabr Layanan Air dan USAID IUWASH mo.com/2017/07/19/p
omo.com Sanitasi Pemkab PLUS erbaiki-layanan-air-
Probolinggo HA. Timbul dan-sanitasi-pemkab-
Gandeng Wakil Bupati Prihanjoko probolinggo-gandeng-
USAID Probolinggo usaid/
HA. Musayyib
Nahrawi
Wakil Ketua DPRD
Kabupaten
Probolinggo

19/07/ http://ww Pemkab Institutional Advisor Foort Bustraan Online http://www.ragamupd


2017 w.ragamu Probolinggo USAID IUWASH ate.com/2017/07/pem
pdate.com Gandeng PLUS kab-probolinggo-
USAID Perbaiki HA. Timbul gandeng-usaid.html
Air dan Sanitasi Wakil Bupati Prihanjoko
Probolinggo
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Nahrawi
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Kepala Bappeda
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101
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19/07/ http://wag Tekan Pola Institutional Advisor Foort Bustraan Online http://wagataberita.co
2017 ataberita.c BABS Tidak USAID IUWASH m/2017/07/19/tekan-
om Sehat Pemkab PLUS pola-babs-tidak-sehat-
Probolinggo Puput pemkab-probolinggo-
Gandeng Bupati Probolinggo Tantriana Sari gandeng-usaid/
USAID

20/07/ http://duta Pemkab Institutional Advisor Foort Bustraan Online http://duta.co/pemkab


2017 .co Probolinggo – USAID IUWASH -probolinggo-usaid-
USAID Teken PLUS teken-kerja-sama-
Kerja Sama HA. Timbul sanitasi/
Sanitasi Wakil Bupati Prihanjoko
Probolinggo

07/08/ http://sura Gresik – USAID Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://surabaya.tribun
2017 baya.tribu Kerjasama Radianto news.com/2017/08/07
nnews.co Penyediaan Air /gresik-usaid-
m Bersih dan Kepala Bapeda Tugas Husni kerjasama-
Saran Sanitasi Gresik Syarwanto penyediaan-air-bersih-
Yang Layak dan-sarana-sanitasi-
Alifah Lestari yang-layak
DCOP USAID IUW
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07/08/ http://ww Pemkab Gresik Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://www.antarajati
2017 w.antaraja Gandeng Radianto m.com/lihat/berita/20
tim.com Amerika Capai 2911/pemkab-gresik-
Sanitasi Layak Kepala Badan Tugas Husni gandeng-amerika-
2019 Perencanaan Syarwanto capai-sanitasi-layak-
Daerah Gresik 2019
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID IUW
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07/08/ http://m.b Pemkab Gresik Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://m.beritajatim.co
2017 eritajatim. MoU Dengan Radianto m/politik_pemerintah
com USAID an/305039/pemkab_gr
IUWASH PLUS Kepala Badan Tugas Husni esik_mou_dengan_us
Perencanaan Syarwanto aid_iuwash_plus.html
Daerah Gresik
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID IUW
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07/08/ http://gres Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://gresikkab.go.id/
2017 ikkab.go.id Bupati Gresik Radianto berita/bupati_gresik_t
Tandatangani andatangani_mou_de
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USAID Perencanaan Syarwanto us
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Alifah Lestari
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07/08/ https://dut Bupati Gresik Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online https://duta.co/bupati-
2017 a.co Teken MoU Radianto gresik-teken-mou-
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Alifah Lestari
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07/08/ https://ww Seperti Ini Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online https://www.timesind
2017 w.timesin Kemitraan Radianto onesia.co.id/read/1537
donesia.co Pemkab Gresik 07/20170807/161527/
.id dan USAID Kepala Badan Tugas Husni seperti-ini-kemitraan-
Untuk Air Perencanaan Syarwanto pemkab-gresik-dan-
Bersih dan Daerah Gresik usaid-untuk-air-
Sanitasi bersih-dan-sanitasi/

07/08/ http://beri Bupati Gresik – Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://beritagresik.co
2017 tagresik.c USAID Teken Radianto m/news/peristiwa/07/
om MoU Program 08/2017/bupati-gresik-
Layanan Air Kepala Badan Tugas Husni usaid-teken-mou-
Bersih Perencanaan Syarwanto program-layanan-air-
Daerah Gresik bersih.html
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID IUW
ASH PLUS
07/08/ https://ww Wujudkan Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online https://www.bangsaon
2017 w.bangsao Layanan Air Radianto line.com/berita/36277/
nline.com Minum Aman wujudkan-layanan-air-
dan Sarana Kepala Badan Tugas Husni minum-aman-dan-
Sanitasi Layak Perencanaan Syarwanto sarana-sanitasi-layak-
Pemkab Gresik Daerah Gresik pemkab-gresik-dan-
dan USAID Alifah Lestari usaid-teken-mou
Teken MoU DCOP USAID IUW
ASH PLUS
07/08/ https://sur Bupati Gresik Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online https://surabayapost.n
2017 abayapost. Tandatangani Radianto et/?s=iuwash+plus
net MoU Dengan
USAID Kepala Badan Tugas Husni
IUWASH PLUS Perencanaan Syarwanto
Daerah Gresik
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID IUW
ASH PLUS
08/08/ https://ww Kerjasama, Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online https://www.jawapos.c
2017 w.jawapos Minta Sasar Radianto om/radarsurabaya/rea
.com Limbah d/2017/08/08/6255/ke
Perusahaan Kepala Badan Tugas Husni rjasama-minta-sasar-
Perencanaan Syarwanto limbah-perusahaan
Daerah Gresik
Eko Wiji
Perwakilan Purwanto
Bappenas
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID IUW
ASH PLUS
08/08/ https://sur Gresik-USAID Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online https://surabaya.uri.co.
2017 abaya.uri.c Kerjasama Radianto id/read/15714/2017/0
o.id Penyediaan Air 8/gresik-usaid-
Bersih dan Kepala Badan Tugas Husni kerjasama-
Sarana Sanitasi Perencanaan Syarwanto penyediaan-air-bersih-
Yang Layak Daerah Gresik dan-sarana-sanitasi-
yang-layak

08/08/ http://ww Bupati Gresik Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://www.gresiknew
2017 w.gresikne Tandatangani Radianto s1.com/2017/08/bupat
ws1.com MoU Dengan i-gresik-tandatangani-
USAID Kepala Badan Tugas Husni mou-
IUWASH PLUS Perencanaan Syarwanto dengan.html?m=1
Daerah Gresik
Alifah Lestari

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Date Article Position person Link
Outlet Koran/Onlin
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e
media
DCOP USAID IUW
ASH PLUS
08/08/ http://panji Pemkab Gresik Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://panjinasional.net
2017 nasional.n Dukung Radianto /2017/08/08/pemkab-
et Program USAID gresik-dukung-
IUWASH PLUS Kepala Badan Tugas Husni program-usaid-
Perencanaan Syarwanto iuwash-plus/
Daerah Gresik
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID IUW
ASH PLUS
08/08/ http://hari Bupati Gresik – Bupati Gresik Sambari Halim Online http://harianbhirawa.c
2017 anbhirawa USAID Teken Radianto om/2017/08/bupati-
.com MoU IUWASH gresik-usaid-teken-
PLUS Kepala Badan Tugas Husni mou-iuwash-plus/
Perencanaan Syarwanto
Daerah Gresik
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID IUW
ASH PLUS
08/08/ https://me Komitmen Bupati Gresik Bupati Gresik Online https://memo-
2017 mo-x.com Bantu Warga x.com/136418/komit
Miskin Miliki Tugas Husni men-bantu-warga-
Sanitasi Yang Syarwanto miskin-miliki-sanitasi-
Sehat Kepala Bappeda yang-sehat.html
Alifah Lestari
DCOP USAID
IUWASH PLUS
08/08/ http://ww Gresik dan Bupati Gresik Bupati Gresik Online http://www.surabayap
2017 w.surabay USAID agi.com/read/160452/
apagi.com IUWASH 2017/08/08/Gresik_da
Teken MoU n_USAID_IUWASH_
Teken_MoU__.html
West Java Region: July – September 2017
11/07/ http://bog Hari Ini Walikota Bogor Bima Arya Online http://bogor.tribunne
2017 or.tribunn Walikota Bima ws.com/2017/07/11/h
ews.com Arya Hadiri ari-ini-wali-kota-bima-
Halal Bi Halal arya-hadiri-halal-
PKK Kota bihalal-pkk-kota-
Bogor bogor?page=2
11/07/ http://dpu Targetkan Deputy Chief of Alifah Lestari Online http://dpupr.kotabogo
2017 pr.kotabo Akses Universal Party USAID r.go.id/index.php/sho
gor.go.id 2019 dan SDGs IUWASH PLUS w_post/detail/7324/ta
2030, Pemkot rgetkan-akses-
Bogor Jalin universal-2019-dan-
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dengan USAID bogor-jalin-kerjasama-
IUWASH PLUS dengan-usaid-iuwash-
plus#.WW77hoiGM2
w
11/07/ http://kota Targetkan Deputy Chief of Alifah Lestari Online http://kotabogor.go.id/
2017 bogor.go.i Akses Universal Party USAID index.php/show_post/
d 2019 dan SDGs IUWASH PLUS detail/7324/targetkan-
2030, Pemkot akses-universal-2019-
Bogor Jalin dan-sggs-2030-
Kerjasama pemkot-bogor-jalin-
dengan USAID kerjasama-dengan-
IUWASH PLUS usaid-iuwash-
plus#.WXWcp4iGM2
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News Majalah/
Date Article Position person Link
Outlet Koran/Onlin
quoted by
e
media
12/07/ http://ww Pemkot Teken Deputy Chief of Alifah Lestari Online http://www.heibogor.c
2017 w.heibogo MoU dengan Party USAID om/post/detail/44298/
r.com USAID IUWASH PLUS pemkot-teken-mou-
IUWASH PLUS dengan-usaid-iuwash-
Terkait plus-terkait-
Pembangunan pembangunan-sektor-
Sektor Air air-minum-dan-
Minum Dan sanitasi/#.WW7kJYiG
Sanitasi M2w
13/07/ http://bog Pemkot Bogor Deputy Chief of Alifah Lestari Online http://bogorchannel.c
2017 orchannel. Jalin Komitmen Party USAID o.id/pemkot-bogor-
co.id dengan USAID IUWASH PLUS jalin-komitmen-
IUWASH PLUS dengan-usaid-iuwash-
plus/
13/07/ http://ww Visioning Direktur Perkotaan, Tri Dewi Online http://www.siarandep
2017 w.siarande Workshop Perumahan, Virgiyanti ok.com/topik/usaid-
pok.com Pembangunan Permukiman Bidang iuwash-plus
Bidang Air Pengembangan
Bersih dan Regional Bappenas
Sanitasi Kota
Depok
14/07/ https://ww Tingkatkan walikota depok KH. Dr. Online https://www.jabarpos.i
2017 w.jabarpo Akses Sanitasi Mohammad d/tingkatkan-akses-
s.id dan Perilaku Idris M.A sanitasi-dan-perilaku-
Higienis , higienis-depok-jalin-
Depok Jalin kerjasama-dengan-
Kerjasama usaid/
dengan USAID
14/07/ http://ww Pemkot Depok Walikota Depok Mohammad Online http://www.depokpos.
2017 w.depokp dan USAID Idris com/arsip/2017/07/pe
os.com/ Kerjasama mkot-depok-dan-
Tingkatkan usaid-kerjasama-
Akses Sanitasi tingkatkan-akses-
dan Higienis sanitasi-dan-higienis/
14/07/ https://ww Tingkatkan Walikota Depok Mohammad Online https://www.jabarpos.i
2017 w.jabarpo Akses Sanitasi Idris d/tingkatkan-akses-
s.id dan Perilaku sanitasi-dan-perilaku-
Higiene, Depok higienis-depok-jalin-
Jalin Kerjasama kerjasama-dengan-
dengan USAID usaid/
14/07/ http://info Pemkot Depok Walikota Depok Mohammad Online http://infonitas.com/de
2017 nitas.com Resmikan Idris pok/laporan-
Kerjasama utama/pemkot-depok-
Pembangunan resmikan-kerja-sama-
Air Bersih dan pembangunan-air-
Sanitasi bersih-dan-
sanitasi/45627
15/07/ http://info Pemkot Depok Direktur Tirta M Olik Online http://infonitas.com/de
2017 nitas.com Siapkan Rp 499 Asasta (PDAM pok/laporan-
Miliar Untuk Depok) utama/pemkot-depok-
Pembangunan siapkan-rp-499-miliar-
Air Bersih untuk-pembangunan-
air-bersih/45685
16/07/ www.jaba Tingkatkan Walikota Depok Mohammad Online https://www.jabarpos.i
2017 rpos.id Akses Sanitasi Idris d/tingkatkan-akses-
dan Perilaku sanitasi-dan-perilaku-
Higienis Depok higienis-depok-jalin-
Jalin Kerjasama kerjasama-dengan-
Dengan USAID usaid/
17/07/ http://suar PT Tirta Assasta Direktur Tirta M Olik Online http://suaradepoknew
2017 adepokne Siap Sukseskan Asasta (PDAM s.com/pt-tirta-assasta-
ws.com Sektor Air Depok) depok-siap-sukseskan-

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resource
News Majalah/
Date Article Position person Link
Outlet Koran/Onlin
quoted by
e
media
Minum dan sektor-air-minum-
Sanitasi dan-sanitasi/
21/07/ www.dep Tingkatkan - - Online http://www.depoknew
2017 oknews.id Akses Sanitasi s.id/2017/07/tingkatan
dan Perilaku -akses-sanitasi-dan-
Higienis, perilaku.html
Pemkot Depok
Jalin Kerjasama
dengan USAID
Indonesia
31/08/ http://hall Pemrov DKI Deputi Gubernur Oswar Online http://halloapakabar.c
2017 oapakabar Susun Grand DKI Bidang Tata Muadzin om/pemprov-dki-
.com Design Tangki Ruang dan Mungkasa susun-grand-design-
Septik Lingkungan Hidup tangki-septik-komunal
Komunal
South Sulawesi and Eastern Indonesia Region: July – September 2017
08/07/ http://suls UPTD PAL PU Kepala UPTD PAL Komelius Online http://sulsel.pojoksatu.
2017 el.pojoksa Makassar dan Dinas PU Makassar id/read/2017/07/08/up
tu.id USAID td-pal-pu-makasar-
IUWASH Bahas dan-usaid-iuwash-
Tangki Septik bahas-tangki-septik/
10/07/ http://bulu IUWASH PLUS Bupati Bulukumba AM Sukri Online http://bulukumbakab.g
2017 kumbakab. Hadir Sappewali o.id/rubrik/iuwash-
go.id Tingkatkan plus-hadir-untuk-
Akses Air Kepala Bappeda A Syafrul tingkatkan-akses-air-
Minum dan Kab Bulukumba Patunru minum-dan-layanan-
Layanan Sanitasi sanitasi
Team Leader Comp Ika Fransiska
I USAID IUWASH
PLUS
10/07/ www.suar IUWASH PLUS Bupati Bulukumba AM Sukri Online https://www.suaralidik
2017 alidik.com Hadir di Sappewali .com/iuwash-plus-
Bulukumba, Ketua DPRD Kab. hadir-di-bulukumba-
Tingkatkan Bulukumba A Hamzah tingkatkan-akses-air-
Akses Air Pangki minum-dan-layanan-
Minum dan Kepala Bappeda sanitasi/
Layanan Sanitasi
Team Lead Comp 1 A Syafrul
USAID IUWASH Patunru
PLUS
Ika Fransisca
10/07/ http://upe USAID Bupati Bulukumba AM Sukri Online http://upeks.fajar.co.id
2017 ks.fajar.co. Programkan Sappewali /2017/07/11/usaid-
id IUWASH PLUS Team Lead Comp 1 programkan-iuwash-
USAID IUWASH plus/
PLUS Ika Fransisca
13/07/ http://mat Benahi Sektor Plt Bupati Barru Suardi Saleh Online http://matarakyatmu.c
2017 arakyatmu Air Bersih dan om/2017/07/13/benahi
.com Sanitasi Ini National -sektor-air-bersih-
Pemkab Barru Governance Budi Raharjo dan-sanitasi-ini-
Lakukan Koordinator USAID pemkab-barru-
IUWASH PLUS lakukan/

13/07/ http://pijar USAID Bantu Plt Bupati Barru Suardi Saleh Online http://pijarnews.com/u
2017 news.com Pemkab Barru said-bantu-pemkab-
Atasi Air Bersih National barru-atasi-masalah-
Governance Budi Raharjo air-bersih/
Koordinator USAID
IUWASH PLUS

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resource
News Majalah/
Date Article Position person Link
Outlet Koran/Onlin
quoted by
e
media
13/07/ https://kor Pemda Barru Plt Bupati Barru Suardi Saleh Online https://korancelebes.c
2017 ancelebes. Kerjasama om/2017/07/13/pemd
com USAID untuk National a-barru-kerjasama-
Pengadaan Air Governance Budi Raharjo usaid-untuk-
Bersih Koordinator USAID pengadaan-air-bersih/
IUWASH PLUS

13/07/ http://pare Pemkab dan Plt Bupati Barru Suardi Saleh Online http://parepos.fajar.co.
2017 pos.fajar.c USAID MoU id/pemkab-dan-usaid-
o.id Soal Air Bersih National mou-soal-air-bersih-
di Barru Governance Budi Raharjo di-barru/
Koordinator USAID
IUWASH PLUS

13/07/ antaramal Pemprov Chief of Party Louis O’Brien On line http://www.antaramal


2017 uku.com Maluku-USAID USAID IUWASH uku.com/berita/39429
Kerjasama PLUS /pemprov-maluku-
Penyehatan usaid-kerja-sama-
Lingkungan penyehatan-lingkungan
14/07/ Harian USAID-Pemrov Gubernur Maluku Ir. H. Said Koran
2017 pagi Maluku Kerja Assagaff
Siwalima sama Proyek Chief of Party
Air Bersih USAID IUWASH Louis O’Brien
PLUS
14/07/ Siwaliman USAID-Pemrov Gubernur Maluku Ir. H. Said On line http://www.siwaliman
2017 ews.com Maluku Kerja Assagaff ews.com/post/usaid-
sama Proyek Chief of Party pemprov_maluku_ker
Air Bersih USAID IUWASH Louis O’Brien ja_sama_proyek_air_
PLUS bersih
15/07/ Malukupo Pemprov Chief of Party Louis O’Brien On line http://www.malukupo
2017 st.com Maluku-USAID USAID IUWASH st.com/2017/07/pemp
Kerjasama PLUS rov-maluku-usaid-
Penyehatan kerja-sama.html
Lingkungan
18/07/ http://barr PLT Bupati Plt Bupati Barru Suardi Saleh Online http://barrukab.go.id/b
2017 ukab.go.id Barru Ir. H. erita/plt-bupati-barru-
Suardi Saleh, National ir-h-suardi-saleh-m.si-
M.Si Membuka Governance Budi Raharjo membuka-acara-
Acara Visioning Koordinator USAID visioning-workshop/
Workshop IUWASH PLUS

19/07/ http://malt Visioning Bupati Maluku Tuasikal Abua. Online http://maltengkab.go.i


2017 engkab.go. Workshop Tengah SH d/index.php/berita/25
id Kerjasama 2-visioning-workshop-
Pemda Maluku Bahrun kerjasama-pemda-
Tengah Dengan Asisten Kalauw, SH maluku-tengah-
USAID Perekonomian dan dengan-usaid-iuwash-
IUWASH PLUS Pembangunan Setda plus.html
Maluku Tengah

25/07/ http://kant Tingkatkan Wali Kota Ternate Burhan Online http://kantorberita.id/t


2017 orberita.id Sanitasi USAID Abdurahman ingkatkan-sanitasi-
Ajak Pemkot COP USAID usaid-ajak-pemkot-
Kerja Sama IUWASH PLUS Louis O’Brien kerja-sama/

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resource
News Majalah/
Date Article Position person Link
Outlet Koran/Onlin
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e
media
25/07/ https://ww Perusahaan Wali Kota Ternate Burhan Online https://www.cakrawal
2017 w.cakrawa Amerika Bangun Abdurahman a.co/2017/07/25/perus
la.co Operator COP USAID ahaan-amerika-
Sanitasi di IUWASH PLUS Louis O’Brien bangun-operator-
Ternate senitasi-air-di-ternate/

26/07/ Fajar Pemkot Wali Kota Ternate Burhan Newspaper -


2017 Maluku Gandeng Abdurahman
Utara USAID Atasi COP USAID
Air Bersih IUWASH PLUS Louis O’Brien

26 July Malut Post Tiga Kelurahan Chief of Party Louis O’Brien Newspaper -
2017 Masuk Proyek USAID IUWASH
USAID PLUS
DR. H. Burhan
Walikota Ternate Abdurahman,
SH, MM

Ketua DPRD Kota Merlisa


Ternate Marsaoly, SE

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Sumut Pos, 6 July 2017

Harian Sinar Indonesia Baru (SIB)

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ANNEX 13: LSIC TRACKER
Date

National
Location USAID PIC IDR Value

Sumut
No. Activity Mechanism Status / Issues

WJDT
CJRO
(s) Reference (millions)

SSEI
Begin End

EJ
1 Developing OSH for Water Pressure X X Kota Bekasi, FPPO / Comp. Req #068/Approval for 1-Aug- 28- Yayat Awarded to PT.
Sensor Kota Bogor; SOW 17 Feb- Kurniawan 298 Makedonia
CFP 18 Indonesia Raya,
ongoing
implementation
2 RPAM Strategy Development X National, UMBRELLA Email of Aug. 01, 2017: Lina, Asep
Bulukumba, Concurance to proceed Mulyana, Ika 330
Salatiga, per Concept Note
Balikpapan,
2.1. Senior Environment Service Provider X Medan, FPPO / Individ. Req #090/Approval for 1-Oct- 31- SoW Approved
Support in RPAM Strategy Development Jogjakarta, SOW 17 Mar- 220 Sept 11, 2017;
Bogor 18 Bidding process
started Sept 20,
2017
2.2. Junior Environment Service Provider X FPPO / Individ. Req #092/Approval for 1-Oct- 31- Revised SOW sent
Support in RPAM Strategy Development SOW 17 Mar- 110 to USAID on Sept
18 28, 2017
3 Septic Tank Upgrading in North Sumatra Kota Medan, UMBRELLA Email of Aug. 18, 2017: Irwansyah, 1,637 Concept Note
Kab. Deli Concurance to proceed Adri Approved
Serdang per Concept Note

3.1. Junior Service Provider to supervise & X FPPO / Individ. N/A Nov-17 Feb- Drafting request for
documenting all programs 18 192 TOCOR approval
for SOW
3.2. Survey 1,000 HH interested in X Event N/A Nov-17 Jan- SOW & budget
upgrading / new ST 18 66 Finalization

3.3. Develop & test upgrading 5 existing X Grants N/A Feb-18 Jul-18 Will develop based
septic tanks and prototypes of 4 family 439 on event above
spetic tanks & practical tool for technical
inspection of septic tank

3.4. Construction of 45 upgrading existing X FPPO / Comp. N/A Jun-18 Feb- Will develop based
septic tanks and 36 new ones (20 19 940 on Grants above
individual & 16 shared)
4 Septage Management Program for BMI - X Kab. FPPO / Comp. Email of Aug. 17, 2017: Nov-17 Dec- Usye, Endro 1,000 Concept Note
Kabupaten Tangerang Tangerang Concurance to proceed 18 approved, SOW is
per Concept Note under revision

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Date

National
Location USAID PIC IDR Value

Sumut
No. Activity Mechanism Status / Issues

WJDT
CJRO
(s) Reference (millions)

SSEI
Begin End

EJ
5 Sustainable Water Safety Planning (RPAM) Kab. / Kota UMBRELLA USAID Concurance for Asep 1,505 Concept Note
Capacity Development Magelang, CN, Email dated May Mulyana approved
Kota 24, 2107
5.1. Equipment to Akatirta X X Salatiga, In-Kind Grants Req #085/Approval for Jan-18 Feb- USAID approval for
National SOW 18 685 SOW pending for
description on CB
activities
5.2. Training to Akatirta X X Events N/A Dec-17 May- SOW development
18 120
5.3. Capacity Building Akatirta to PDAMs X X Grants N/A Jun-18 Jun- SOW development
19 700
6 MM development in Surabaya X Surabaya Grants Email of Aug. 01, 2017: Jan-17 Apr- Rudhy 1,600 SOW Development
Concurance to proceed 19 Finansyah
per Concept Note
7 Participatory DED design for IPLT Deli X Tebing UMBRELLA Email of Sept. 16, 2017: Irwansyah, Concept Note
Serdang and Tebing Tinggi Tinggi, Deli Concurance to proceed Endro 680 developed
Serdang per Concept Note
7.1. Env. Engineer for Deli Serdang site X FPPO / Individ. N/A Nov-17 Dec- SOW development
assessment, effluent sampling, schematic 17 35
drawings, site plan, and capacity
calculations.
7.2. Civil Engineer for Deli Serdang site X FPPO / Individ. N/A Nov-17 Dec- SOW development
assessment, effluent sampling, schematic 17 20
drawings, site plan, and capacity
calculations.
7.3. DED for Deli Serdang IPLT X FPPO / Comp. N/A Jan-18 May- will develop based
Rehabilitation and Tebing Tinggi new IPLT 18 515 on POs above

7.4. Supporting events for the above Event N/A Oct-17 May- will develop
18 110
8 Construction of small (shared) communal X Kota UMBRELLA N/A Tatit, Adri 1,115 Concept Note
septic systems in densely populated Magelang developed
neighborhoods in Kota Magelang, Central
Java
8.1. Technical: Design & supervision of X FPPO / Individ. N/A Nov-17 Jul-18 SOW development
prototype construction (activity 3), 135
supervision scaling-up (activity 4) and
documentation shared with PEMDA / CSR
for the duration of the program.
8.2. Community mobilization and X FPPO / Individ. N/A Nov-17 Mar- SOW development
promotion to reach agreement with poor 18 50
families to connect to and maintain shared

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National
Location USAID PIC IDR Value

Sumut
No. Activity Mechanism Status / Issues

WJDT
CJRO
(s) Reference (millions)

SSEI
Begin End

EJ
septic tanks; process documentation
shared with PEMDA/CSR. (5 months)
8.3. Supporting events, including: X Events N/A Nov-17 Jan-
• Survey 17 kelurahan and identify areas 18 250
to construct shared septic tanks
• Community mobilization and promotion
to identify households willing to connect.
• Designed and constructed 3 prototypes,
using different construction materials and
methodologies.
• Development of detailed FPPO using
results of prototype construction
• Learning event to share results and
approach
8.4. Construction of 17 shared septic X FPPO / Comp. N/A Feb-18 Jul-18
tanks (one per Kelurahan) and 680
documentation of process and results.
9 Strengthening FORKALIM as National X Jakarta / UMBRELLA Email of Aug. 01, 2017: Nov-17 Jan- Sofyan 1,900 Concept Note
Association for Domestic Waste Water National Concurance to proceed 19 Iskandar Developed
Operators (for sewerage and on-site per Concept Note
systems)
9.1. Stakeholder meetings (GOI, X Event N/A
institutions, members, donors, etc) 150
9.2. Development of Business Plan, X FPPO / Individ. N/A
including member Needs Assessment 250
9.3. Support National meeting X Event N/A
(RAKORNAS) 150
9.4. Secretariat support (• Handling X FPPO / Individ. N/A
logistics of twinning + maintaining website) 350
9.5. National FSM Twinning Program X Event N/A
800
9.6. FORKALIM Website X FPPO / Comp. N/A
200
TOTAL 10,065 in USD (IDR = 13)
Fixed-
Price 4,925 378.82
Subcon
Grants 3,424 263.38
126.62
Event 1,646

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ANNEX 14: SUMMARY OF DETAILED GENDER ANALYSIS/
GENDER ASSESSMENT
Assessment Type Key findings
Internal Gender • 96% of staff know that DAI has policy, regulation and manual on gender equity
Assessment • 86% of staff understand the content of DAI policy, regulation and manual on
gender equity
• 85% of staff state that DAI has an effective policy to prevent harassment and
discrimination in the work place
• 78% of staff state that DAI has an effective policy to handle harassment and
discrimination in the work place
• 71% of staff state that the practice of gender equity in USAID IUWASH PLUS
is already implemented
• 98% of staff state that the work environment is convenient for both men and
women
• 84% of staff state that the USAID IUWASH PLUS project applies a system
that allows staff to balance their family and work life.
Recommendation for Program Integration:
Conduct internal gender refreshing training to increase gender knowledge and understanding for all USAID
IUWASH PLUS staff. This training will be integrated in the Regular Monthly Meeting in each Region. The
training will consist of half day training on general gender awareness and half day on the gender
mainstreaming in the program activities.
External Gender Access Gender Gap at Household Level:
Assessment at Access to Resources/WASH facilities:
Household Level • WASH facilities in households are more accessible to adult women but the
condition is still poor to the safety, comfort and privacy of women (both
adults and children).
• In the case of households without proper toilet, the majority of adult women
and girls practice open defecation, defecate in public toilets or a neighbor’s
toilet while most men (adults and boys) prefer to practice open defecation
only.
• WASH facilities are often accessed by women and children altogether,
especially for motherw with children under five due to working and caring for
children at the same time.
• The handwashing with soap facility is mostly accessed by adult women and
children, especially those who are under five years old, but this practice is not
widely practiced and considered unimportant.

Access to WASH Financial Resources:


• The majority of households do not have bank accounts, even if they have,
usually are registered under the adult males (husbands).
• The presumption of women as household “treasurer”, it is often that after
the husband handed over his income there is a tendency that he does not
care with the difficulties faced by the wife in managing family expenditure.

External Gender Participation Gender Gap:


Assessment at Participation at Household Level:
Household Level – • Low participation of men in WASH related activities at the household level
cont’ • Women are less involved in the role of troubleshooting so tend to be
dependent on men
• Strong stereotype that WASH technical role is more for men rather than for
women
• Traditional gender roles are socialized to boys and girls

Participation at Community Level:


• Low participation of men in social activities at the community level, especially
those related to health promotion
• There are still few women who occupy positions as decision makers in
WASH CBO (Community-based Organization)

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Assessment Type Key findings
Control over resources at household level:
• Women have limited control on important decision making related to WASH,
for example having new connection to PDAM, construction of toilet, etc. The
decision made by women tends to be limited to regular household activities.
• Women have control over household assets with low value (kitchen utensil)
while men usually have control over household assets that have high value
such as motorbike, TV, etc.

Benefit:
Increased access to WASH facilities at household level does not necessarily bring
benefits, especially for children and women because of strong perception that the
domestic role is women’s responsibility, for example assuring clean water
availability at the household is usually the responsibility of women.
Recommendations for Program Integration:
• Development of gender friendly design of WASH facilities
• Increase involvement of men and women in the selection of WASH technology options
• Handwashing with soap promotion targeted more to men. However, it will be good if promotional
activities included men and women to assure their commitment to practice handwashing with soap at
household level
• Increase involvement of men and women in making decisions on obtaining alternative financing to
improve WASH facilities and services at household level
• Develop a microfinance product for poor women that can support increased access to improved WASH
facilities
• Closer bring the microfinance facility and services to the poor women (for livelihood and improving
WASH access)
• Conduct gender awareness capacity building to emphasize the importance of gender equality of roles
and participation of men and women in WASH activities at household and community levels
• Conduct Operation and Maintenance training of WASH facilities for women
• Implementation of project activities should be considered as part of the daily schedule of men and
women
• Encourage men's participation in social activities, especially related to the promotional activities on
environmental health
• Encourage greater role of women to be involved in the decision-making positions at WASH CBO
• Improve understanding of the importance of male and female equality regarding the aspects of control
in decision making in the household
• Ensuring the equal access, participation and control between men and women in the WASH sector so
that benefits can be shared by all parties
External Gender Structure and Gender Institution:
Assessment at Gender Driver Agencies (SKPD Drivers):
Institutional Level • Most key LG institutions (SKPD drivers) are not functioning properly.
• Weak understanding of the Gender Responsive Budgeting and Planning
(Perencanaan dan Penganggaran Responsif Gender/PPRG) among the SKPD
Drivers.

Gender Working Groups:


• Most Gender Working Group are not functioning properly.
• Weak understanding of the Gender Responsive Budgeting and Planning
(Perencanaan dan Penganggaran Responsif Gender/PPRG) among the members of
each Gender Working Group.

Gender Focal Point at WASH LG Agencies:


• Most WASH LG Agencies have no Gender Focal Point yet.
• Weak understanding of the Gender Responsive Budgeting and Planning
(Perencanaan dan Penganggaran Responsif Gender/PPRG) among the members of
Gender Focal Point at WASH LG Agencies.

Policy Framework:
• There is few regulation on PPRG, most of it already out of date (need to be
renewed)

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Assessment Type Key findings
Local Government Budget:
• Ther are still ony a few WASH LG Agencies that develop a Gender Budget
Statement in their APBD
• Only Women Empowerment Office has a Gender Budget Statement in their
APBD
• Weak understanding among LG staff on the mechanism of development of
GAP (Gender Analysis Pathway) GBS (Gender Budget Statement), and SOW
Recommendations for Program Integration:
• Conduct an in-depth study on PPRG related to the challenges and opportunities for the functioning of
SKPD Driver, Gender Working Group and Gender Focal Point of WASH LG Agencies
• Conduct capacity building on PPRG to SKPD Driver, Gender Working Group and Gender Focal Point
of WASH LG Agencies
• Conduct advocacy to form Gender Focal Point of WASH LG Agencies
• Conduct advocacy on the establishing of regulations related to PPRG
• Provide technical assistance on establishing regulations related to PPRG
• Conduct an in-depth study on PPRG related to the challenges and opportunities for development of
Gender Budget Statement by WASH LG Agencies
• Conduct advocacy to develop Gender Budget Statement (ARG) by WASH LG Agencies
• Conduct capacity building on the development of GAP, GBS, and SOW
• Provide technical assistance on the development of GAP, GBS, and SOW, especially on the WASH
related programs by WASH LG Agencies.

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ANNEX 15: CITY UPDATES FOR NORTH SUMATRA REGION

Medan City
Population:
2,210,624 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 74%; Sanitation 78%.
• Challenges in WASH:
Very high dependency on the surrounding region for water resources (need strong
partnership). PDAM is ready for city scale sanitation management (L2T2), but the
company belongs to provincial government, raising resistance from several municipal
agencies.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM in securing water resources through regional water supply
(Mebidang) and water safety plan. Alternative finance (microfinance) for improving
access to WASH. Increasing access to safely managed sanitation through L2T2
program. Improving septic tank quality, communal sludge treatment plan, sanitation
and hygiene behavior change.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the formative research of 247 households.
• Began Implementation of Urban STBM (ongoing and will be finished in PY 2).
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index development.
• Assisted developing DED and MoA of Mebidang.
Regional SPAM.
• Started Water Safety Plan (RPAM) program up to establishment of RPAM team and
securing LG commitment.
• Provided technical assistance for Water Supply Grant supported by Medan City
Government (Settlement Hygiene) Program for 1,000 house connections. USAID
IUWASH PLUS supported by identifying prospective beneficiaries using mWater.
• Training of wMater application for 26 participants from PDAM Tirtanadi and Housing,
Settlement and Spatial Planning Office (PKP2R).
Urban Sanitation Program
• Completed the sanitation index development in July 2017.
• Developed LSIC Program for septic tank upgrade
• Provided technical assistance for Septic Tank Grant supported by Medan City
Government (Hygiene Settlement) Program for 500 house connections and USAID USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO
IUWASH PLUS supported by identifying prospective beneficiaries using Mwater. Tracking in Kelurahan Tanjung Gusta as
• Began L2T2 development including the preparation of mayor regulation (Perwali) part of participatory assessment.
draft on L2T2 tariff and its calculation.
Urban Governance Program: .
• Completed the governance index development in June 2017.
• Developed the 5-year WASH Program of Medan.
• Provided technical assistance in 2018 WASH budget development
• Development of Perwali on Wastewater Tariff is under examination by Law Section,
the tariff is recalculated. After the recalculation, it will be passed by the Mayor.
• The partnership agreement was signed by the Mayor on July 5, 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• APBD index development is still ongoing and under revision by WFS.
• Began the partnership between MFI and PDAM Tirtanadi to provide micro credit for
water connection in Kelurahan Sicanang, Medan Belawan. The dissemination of this USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO
partnership began on September 18, 2017, and after 1 month, it started with sales
Formative research survey using
execution/micro credit customers.
Mwater application
Other Programs :
• LSIC
.
• Began LSIC of Septic Tank Upgrade from October 2017 to November 2018.
• Media Engagement
• Thematic discussion and media visit to Tribun Medan, Sinar Indonesia Baru,
Kompas discussing L2T2.
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Deli Serdang District
Population:
2,209,308 people.

Current WASH access:


Water Supply 7%*; Sanitation 60% (* Only from PDAM services)

• Challenges in WASH:
The water supply system is scattered in many places. Development
of sanitation management needs a specific approach regarding
scattered settlement areas.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM in securing water resources through regional
water supply (Mebidang). Improving capacity of planning for water
supply through investment plan (RISPAM) and PDAM business plan.
Improving capacity for septage management through institutional
strengthening and regulation. Increasing demand for sanitation and
improving supply chain.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Began Implementation of Urban STBM.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index development.
• Began assistance in developing DED and MoA of Mebidang Regional
SPAM.
• Began Communal SPAM empowerment.
• Began the Training of Mwater application usage.
Urban Sanitation Program
• Completed the sanitation index development for 2017.
• Began technical assistance on settlement WTP development in
Tanjung Garbus through LSIC.
• Began the LSIC Program development for septic tank upgrade.
• Provided technical assistance for Septic Tank Grant and settlement
WTP, which is still on going until the end of 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the governance index development. USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO
• Completed the development of the 5-year WASH Program of Deli
The staff from Deli Serdang Health
Serdang. Office observing illustration explained
• Completed the technical assistance in 2018 WASH budget by transect walk participant of
development. triggering activity in Deli Serdang
• Completed the partnership agreement signing. District.
• Completed the Visioning workshop.
WASH Finance Program:
• APBD index development is still ongoing.
• Began the partnership between MFI and community to provide
micro credit for water connection in Communal SPAM.
Other Programs :
• LSIC
• Began LSIC of Septic Tank Upgrade and IPLT DED.

USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO

The triggering participants handwashing


their hand after attending the activity in
Tandem Hilir Village, Deli Serdang
District.

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Tebing Tinggi City
Population:
156,815 people
156,815 PEOPLE.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 54%; Sanitation 68%.
• Challenges in WASH:
Water connection expansion facing traditional well usage. Scattered
developed sanitation infrastructure needs strong city scale sanitation
management.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Improving PDAM services and performance through NRW reduction
program and application of GIS system. Developing a roadmap and
master plan for domestic wastewater management and safely managed
sanitation. Supporting LG to implement STBM program and hygiene
behavior change.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Began Implementation of Urban STBM.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index Development for 2017
• Assisted efficiency energy audit targeting the electricity consumption
on pump usage, identifying the source of inefficiency and providing the
technical recommendations.
• Initiated the idea of Regional SPAM covering Tebing Tinggi – Serdang
–Bedagai to study whether the Regional SPAM is required or not, and
communicated the result to provincial government to gain support.
This will be proposed to the Directorate of Water Supply System of
MPWH.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the sanitation index development for 2017.
• Began the LSIC Program development for DED of IPLT development.
• Preparation for LLTT marketing – promotion.
Urban Governance Program:
USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO
• Completed the governance index development.
USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO
• Completed the development of the 5-year WASH Program of Tebing
FGD for preparing government index in
Tinggi.
Tebing Tinggi City.
• Completed the technical assistance in 2018 WASH budget
development.
WASH Finance Program:
• APBD index development is still ongoing.
• Initiated the partnership between MFI and community to provide
micro credit for sanitation.
Other Programs :
• LSIC
• Began LSIC for IPLT DED.
• Gender
• PPRG training for Driver Agencies (OPD/SKPD driver, which
is Bappeda) and WASH Agency (OPD/SKPD driver includes
Health Office, Public Works Office, Environment Office,
Hygiene and Landscape Office).
USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO
Elementary school practicing hand
washing with soap in Tebing Tinggi City.

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Pematangsiantar City
Population:
247,411 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 84%; Sanitation 60%.
• Challenges in WASH:
The areas without water supply services are located in informal
settlement. PDAM needs support to convince the LG on the
possibility to also manage city-scale sanitation.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Improving PDAM services and performance through NRW
reduction program. Securing raw water through regulation and
water safety plan. Supporting promotion and marketing strategy to
increase access to safe water supply and sanitation. Developing an
institution for managing wastewater and safely managed sanitation
services and supporting regulation.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the formative research.
• Began Implementation of Urban STBM.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index Development for 2017.
• Started Operator Water Safety Plan program up to establishment of
RPAM team and securing LG commitment.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the sanitation index development for 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the governance index development for 2017.
• Completed the development of the 5-year WASH Program of
Pematangsiantar.
• Completed the technical assistance in 2018 WASH budget
development.
WASH Finance Program:
• APBD index development is still ongoing.
USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO
Discussion for selecting hotspots of
Pematangsiantar City.

USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO

FGD with married male group for


formative research data collection in
Pematangsiantar City.

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Sibolga City
Population:
86,519 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 84%; Sanitation 60%.

• Challenges in WASH:
The rest of uncovered water supply services are located in hilly
places; containment or piping system for sanitation is limited by land
availability.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM and LG for accelerating access to safe water supply,
esp. B40, to reach 100% coverage. Alternative finance (microfinance)
for accelerating access to WASH. Developing institution, roadmap and
master plan for domestic wastewater management and safely managed
sanitation. Sanitation and hygiene behavior change.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Began Implementation of Urban STBM.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index Development for 2017.
• Began GIS / MIS program by conducting training, mapping of complete
pipe network with technical information of water supply pipe and
water pressure inserted to MIS of PDAM Tirta Nauli.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the sanitation index development for 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the governance index development for 2017.
• Completed the development of the 5-year WASH Program of Sibolga.
• Completed the technical assistance in 2018 WASH budget
development.
• Completed the partnership agreement signing.
• Completed the Visioning workshop.
WASH Finance Program:
• APBD index development is still ongoing.
USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO

Making of participatory interactive map


for transect walk in Kelurahan Angin
Nauli, Sibolga City.

USAID IUWASH PLUS NSRO

Signing of mutual commitment to stop


ODF in Kelurahan Huta Tongah –
Tongah, Sibolga City.

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ANNEX 16: CITY UPDATES FOR WJDT REGION

DKI Jakarta Province


Population:
10,177,924 people (BPS, 2016)
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 60%*; Sanitation 90%** (* PAM Jaya 2016, ** World Bank 2015)

• Challenges in WASH:
Many residents do not have a standard septic tank and limited available land to
build an individual septic tank or communal Wastewater Treatment Plant
(IPAL).
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PD PAL Jaya in disseminating scheduled desludging service (L2T2)
program and the use of standard septic tank. Also supporting provincial
government and other partners in improving access to water supply and
sanitation in DKI Jakarta Province.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Formative Research in July 2017.
• Completed the dissemination and promotion of L2T2 Grebeg Program
(Grebeg means Gerakan bersih lingkungan dengan gotong royong or Movement to
clean the environment through mutual cooperation) in 3 Kelurahans (Kel.) in
August 2017.
• Completed the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) dissemination to the
administrators and users of communal IPAL in 2 CBOs each in Kel. Tomang
and Duri Utara in September 2017.
Urban Water Supply Program:
There are already approaches to PAM Jaya and 2 operators, AETRA and PALYJA,
but there has been no progress in the commitment to water supply services to
B40 communities in DKI Jakarta.
Urban Sanitation Program
• Completed the MoU with PD PAL Jaya and WJDT Region: “Support PD PAL
Jaya to improve L2T2 service” in June 2017.
• Conducted IPALs survey at public rental housing (rusunawa) in DKI Jakarta.
Urban Governance Program:
• Facilitated the development of WASH Grand Design as inputs to RPJMD DKI
Jakarta Province. USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
• Provided inputs in the finalization of Ranpergub for Septage Treatment. Condition of IPAL in Rusunawa in
WASH Finance Program: Jakarta.
• Mapping of existing MFI (LKM) in DKI Jakarta (completed in May 2017).
• Completed the meeting with Nusantara Bona Pasogit MFI (NPB) in June 2017.
Other Programs:
• Developing LSIC Program for L2T2 Promotion of PD PAL Jaya.

USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT


PD PAL Jaya workers performing
desludging.

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Bekasi City
Population:
2,803,283 people (BPS, 2016)
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 31.44%*; Sanitation 75.2% (* PDAM and Non-PDAM services)

• Challenges in WASH:
Government commitment is satisfactory, yet supporting regulation is needed,
namely Local Government Regulation of Domestic Wastewater (Perda ALD).
The availability and quality of raw water supply is a challenge because Bekasi
City only relies on water supply from Jatiluhur Reservoir, while the utilization
of ground water should be limited given the decreasing environmental carrying
capacity.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Finalization of Ranperda of Domestic Wastewater, Support for the
development of Water Supply System (SPAM) in Mustika Jaya, Jatisari and Teluk
Buyung, Assistance for L2T2 program, promotion and community assistance.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the formative Research in July 2017.
• Completed the program dissemination; STBM participatory assessment and
triggering in hotspot locations in July 2017.
• Completed the STBM participatory assessment and triggering training for
sanitarian and cadre in August 2017.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the data collection for PDAM Index, Nominal Increase and NRW
data for PDAM Tirta Patriot of Bekasi City in September 2017.
• Completed the GIS Training for PDAM Tirta Patriot of Bekasi City in July 2017.
• Reviewed Business Plan of PDAM Tirta Patriot in Bekasi City.
Urban Sanitation Program
• Facilitating the Premium Service Training (as speaker) and assisting the
horizontal learning with Septage Treatment Plant (IPLT) of Denpasar City
(completed in July 2017).
• Organizing On The Job Training of Septic Tank compliance with SNI for
handymen (completed in July 2017).
• Connecting the handyman and community with UPTD PALD and its IPLT
service (completed in July 2017).
• Supporting the online payment system of UPTD PAL of Bekasi City (completed
in September 2017).
Urban Governance Program: USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
• Providing inputs related to WASH sector in the FGD for RPJMD Preparation Water supply condition of
2018-2023 (completed in August 2017). community living in Bekasi Jaya.
• Advocacy on establishment of Pokja AMPL
• Facilitating the implementation of Visioning Workshop (completed in August
2017).
WASH Finance Program:
• Mapped the MFI in Bekasi City.
• Supported the preparation of Cooperation Contract with third party (Business
to Business) for the development of SPAM in Jatisari of Bekasi City PDAM.
• Supported the preparation of Tender Document for Cooperation with private
sectors (Business to Business) for the development of SPAM in Mustika Jaya of
Bekasi City PDAM.
Other Programs: USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
• Facilitated a meeting with the District Health Office (Dinas Kesehatan) of Bekasi Training of participatory
City to support and facilitate the CSR meeting for Sanitation Program assessment and triggering for
(completed in September 2017). sanitarian and cadre.
• Facilitated CSR workshop in collaboration with DHO and 40 companies
surrounding Bekasi City as a strategy to increase WASH access for the poor.

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Depok City
Population:
2,179,813 people (BPS, 2016)
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 73.55%*; Sanitation 33.64% (* PDAM and Non-PDAM services)

• Challenges in WASH:
The performance of Water Supply and Sanitation operators needs to
be strengthened, as well as the supporting regulation is needed,
namely Perda ALD. Improvement of water supply and sanitation is
still a necessity. There is community awareness toward proper
sanitation to be free from open defecation.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Finalization and Legislation of Ranperda of Domestic Wastewater,
Optimization of IPA in Legong and Citayam and NRW reduction for
PDAM Tirta Asasta, strengthening of Domestic UPTD PAL and
Supports for L2T2 program. Promotion and community assistance.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the community entry (advocacy & partnership in
subdistrict, kelurahan/village, program dissemination) City in July 2017.
• Completed the STBM participatory assessment and triggering in
September 2017.
• Completed the STBM participatory assessment and triggering training
for sanitarian and cadre in September 2017.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the data Collection for PDAM Index, Nominal Increase
and NRW data for Depok City in September 2017.
• Provided Technical Assistance for assessment of uprating Water
Treatment Plant (IPA) in Legong (320 lps) and Citayam (60 lps).
• Completed the GIS Training for PDAM Tirta Asasta of Depok City in
July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the assistance for preparing the beneficiary of septic tank
compliance with SNI related to the onsite wastewater grant from
Central Government (MPWH) in August 2017.
• Assisted the development of new IPLT DED.
USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
• Supported the Depok City Government in finishing Ranperda of
Visioning workshop in Depok City.
domestic wastewater management.
• Participated in Coordination Meeting of Sanitation Pokja.
Urban Governance Program:
• Provided inputs in the preparation of Academic Manuscript and
Ranperda of Domestic PAL.
• Provided inputs in the preparation of Jakstrada of Water Supply.
• Facilitating the implementation of Visioning Workshop (Completed in
July 2017).
• Providing inputs in the implementation of L2T2 program conducted
by consultant from MPWH (Completed in July 2017).
WASH Finance Program:
• Mapping existing MFI (LKM) in Depok City (Completed in June 2017).
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL, USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT

LSIC): Site visit to IPA Legong, Depok


• Started to identify activities and customs in communities, based on City.
gender, age and economy strata related to water supply, sanitation
and hygiene behavior (Completed in July 2017).

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Bogor City
Population:
1,064,687 people (BPS, 2016)
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 87.41%*; Sanitation 67.25% (* PDAM and Non-PDAM services)

• Challenges in WASH:
There is still a need for supporting regulations, namely the Perda
ALD, which is already in the final stages of the legislative process of
the DPRD. Improved access to appropriate and adequate sanitation
is a challenge due to high topography and population density. Public
awareness about proper sanitation facilities is still low.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Legislation of Ranperda of Domestic Wastewater, improvement of
connection for offsite and communal sanitation system, assistance for
PDAM in the grant program for Low Income Communities (MBR),
Non Revenue Water (NRW) reduction of PDAM Tirta Pakuan,
Promotion and community assistance.
Progress of PY1:
Behaviour Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Rapid assessment in hotspot locations in June 2017.
• Completed the community entry (advocacy & partnership in
subdistrict, kelurahan/village, program dissemination) in August 2017.
• Completed the STBM Participatory assessment and triggering in
September 2017.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the Data Collection for PDAM Index, Nominal Increase
and NRW data for PDAM Tirta Pakuan of Bogor City in September
2017.
• Completed the GIS Training for PDAM Tirta Pakuan of Bogor City in
July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• USAID IUWASH PLUS supports the reactivation of the LG website
to engage people on providing feedbacks to improve WASH sector.
• Supported the Government of Bogor City in coordinating the
agreement in roles and responsibility among stakeholders in
communal IPAL development.
• Assistance for beneficiary of septic tank complies with SNI related to USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
the onsite wastewater grant from Central Government (MPWH). Social mapping at community level.
• Supported the government in the development of institution of PALD
of Bogor City.
Urban Governance Program:
• Advocated the legislation process of Ranperda of Domestic PAL.
• Facilitated the discussion on institutional development of Domestic
PAL.
• Facilitating the implementation of Visioning Workshop (completed in
July 2017).
WASH Finance Program:
• Mapping existing MFI (LKM) in Bogor City (completed in July 2017).
Other Programs:
• Completed the Rapid assessment for implementation of PUG and
PPRG in May 2017.
USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT

Stakeholder analysis workshop.

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Bogor District
Population:
5,587,390 people (BPS, 2016)
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 63.1%*; Sanitation 78.7% (* PDAM and Non-PDAM services)

• Challenges in WASH:
Local government commitment, especially for ALD, still needs to be
strengthened both in terms of institutional and regulation. There is low access
to safe water supply, especially for MBR and areas that have difficulty in
accessing water supply, despite abundant raw water. Community awareness and
access to proper sanitation are still low.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Finalization and legislation of Ranperda of Domestic Wastewater, Establishment
of Domestic UPTD PAL, Support for the optimization and development of new
SPAM of PDAM Tirta Kahuripan and communal SPAM. Support for PDAM MBR
grant program, Development of Source and Operator RPAM. Promotion and
community assistance for both sectors.
Progress of PY1:
Behaviour Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Rapid assessment in hotspot locations in June 2017.
• Completed the community entry (advocacy & partnership in subdistrict,
kelurahan/village, program dissemination) in August 2017.
• Completed the STBM participatory assessment and triggering in September
2017.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the Data Collection for PDAM Index, Nominal Increase and NRW
data for PDAM Tirta Kahuripan of Bogor District in September 2017.
• Completed the Dissemination of Water Safety Plan (RPAM) Program for raw
water and operator (PDAM Tirta Kahuripan of Bogor District) in June 2017.
• Started RPAM program up to establishment of RPAM for operator team
(PDAM Tirta Kahuripan of Bogor District).
• Completed the GIS Training for PDAM Tirta Kahuripan of Bogor District in July
2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Supported the assessment for the establishment of Bogor District UPTD PALD
with Public Works and Spatial Planning Office.
USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
• Assistance for beneficiary of septic tank complies with SNI related to the on-
Community water supply
site wastewater grant from Central Government (MPWH).
resource.
• Supported the preparation of Bogor District IPLT operation.
• Providing resource person for Sanitation Training for Administrators and Users
of Sanitation Facility (completed in June 2017).
Urban Governance Program:
• Provided inputs in the preparation of Academic Manuscript and Ranperda of
Domestic PAL.
• Providing inputs and facilitation in the finalization of Ranperbup of PPRG
Guidance (completed in June 2017).
• Completed the Initiation of the formulation of Source RPAM in August 2017
• Facilitating the implementation of Visioning Workshop (completed in
September 2017).
• Completed the Rapid assessment for implementation of PUG and PPRG in May
2017.
USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
WASH Finance Program:
• Mapping existing MFI (LKM) in Bogor District (completed in June 2017). Desludging truck operated by
• Meeting with BAIK MFI and KUM (completed in July 2017). private company.
Other Programs:
Updating process of SK Pokja AMPL reviewed by Bappeda and its possibility for
merging with Pokja Housing and Settlement Areas (Perumahan dan Kawasan
Pemukiman/ Program KOTAKU) (completed in August 2017).
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Karawang District
Population:
2,295,778 people (BPS, 2016)

Current WASH access:


Water Supply 80.88%*; Sanitation 50.22% (* PDAM and Non-PDAM services)

• Challenges in WASH:
The commitment of local government needs to be strengthened,
both from the institution and regulation sides. Improvement of
access to safe water supply is required, especially for MBR and areas
that have limited water supply. Community awareness and proper
sanitation access is still a necessity.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Strengthening of Domestic UPTD PAL and Development of
Ranperda of Domestic PAL, Support for the optimization and
development of SPAM in Majalaya, Karawang Timur, Kota Baru and
in community as well. Support for Jatiluhur Regional SPAM.
Promotion and community assistance for both sectors.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the rapid assessment in hotspot areas in June 2017.
• Completed the community entry (advocacy & partnership in
subdistrict, kelurahan/village, program dissemination) in August 2017.
• Completed the STBM participatory assessment and triggering in
September 2017.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the Data Collection for PDAM Index, Nominal Increase
and NRW data for PDAM Tirta Arum of Karawang District in
September 2017.
• Completed the GIS Training for PDAM Tirta Arum of Karawang
District triggering in July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Conducting coordination with DPRKP for the construction of
communal IPAL in Cirejag village and partnership with Perkim for
the construction of IPAL in Cikampek Selatan, even though it is
located outside the hotspot areas (completed in August 2017).
Urban Governance Program:
USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
• Advocated the establishment of Pokja AMPL and Formulation of
Bath Wash Sanitation (MCK)
PAL D Regulation, as well as on PAL D institutional strengthening. condition in Kelurahan
• Facilitated the preparation of Visioning Workshop. Karangpawitan.
WASH Finance Program:
• Mapping existing MFI (LKM) in Karawang District (completed in May
2017).
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja
AMPL, LSIC):
• Started to introduce the gender issues in every water supply area,
sanitation activities through participatory assessment and triggering
activities in Kelurahan Karangpawitan and Cirejag, Karawang District
(completed in August 2017).

USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT


Program dissemination in
Kelurahan Karangpawitan.

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Tangerang District
Population:
3,370,594 people (BPS, 2016)
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 56.41%*; Sanitation 59.38% (* PDAM and Non-PDAM services)

• Challenges in WASH:
The performance of ALD operator needs to be strengthened, as well as from
the regulation side. Low access to safe water supply and proper sanitation
especially for MBR, pesantren areas and areas that have limited water supply.
Community awareness and proper sanitation access are still low.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Strengthening of Domestic UPTD PAL and Finalization of Ranperbup of
Domestic PAL, Support for the development and uprating of IPA in Cikokol
and Teluk Naga and MBR grant program, NRW program and PDAM Tirta
Kerta Raharja energy efficiency, Institutional strengthening of Community
SPAM. Promotion and community assistance for both sectors.
Progress of PY1:
Behaviour Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Formative Research in July 2017.
• Completed the Rapid assessment in hotspot locations in May 2017.
• Completed the Community entry (advocacy & partnership in subdistrict,
kelurahan/village, program dissemination) in July 2017.
• Completed the STBM Participatory assessment and triggering in August 2017.
• Completed the STBM Technical Assistance for sanitarian and cadre in August
2017.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the Data Collection for PDAM Index, Nominal Increase and NRW
database for Tirta Kerta Raharja PDAM of Tangerang in September 2017.
• Completed the GIS Training for PDAM Tirta Kerta Raharja of Tangerang
District in July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the assistance for preparation of DED and RAB of septic tank
design complies with SNI, assistance for beneficiary of SNI septic tank related
to the onsite wastewater Grant from Central Government (MPWH) in August
2017.
• Technical Assistance for Sanitation Entrepreneur in constructing septic tank
USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
complies with SNI (completed in July 2017).
Community activities in river,
• Encouraging internal coordination of Tangerang District Government (Bappeda,
Kayu Bongkok Village.
Health Office and PPP Office/UPTD PALD) and external ALS grant team
(CPMU, KMT, Oversight/supervision consultant). Completed in August 2017.
• Partnered with PPP Office to conduct assessment of communal IPAL Profile
and Training Need Assessment Survey for KPP.
Urban Governance Program:
• Facilitating and providing inputs for the Finalization of Ranperbup Domestic PAL
(completed in August 2017).
• Providing inputs for the review of Perda TJSLP (Corporate Social and
Environmental Responsibility/CSR).
• Facilitating the implementation of Visioning Workshop (completed in July 2017).
WASH Finance Program:
• Mapping existing MFI (LKM) in Tangerang District (completed in May 2017).
Other Programs: USAID IUWASH PLUS WJDT
• Developed LSIC program: “Desludging program management for KBMI Promotion for water supply and
members in Tangerang District. sanitation by sanitation
• Facilitated a series of CSR implementation: Assisted the structural change of ambassador in Banten.
Forum CSR, and facilitated the development process of partnership program
plan between Forum CSR and Local Government related to WASH access
improvement for low income community (MBR).

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ANNEX 17: CITY UPDATES FOR CENTRAL JAVA REGION

Surakarta City
Population:
514,171 people (2016/BPS/Kota Surakarta Dalam Angka).
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 90%; Sanitation 87%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Even though the city government is very committed to providing water
supply and sanitation service, the willingness of community to
contribute in the form of investments and human resource mainly for
the procurement of sanitation facility is very low.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Intense triggering and community awareness activity supported with the
water supply and sanitation grant program for low income communities
(MBR). For water supply program, after the operation of Semanggi
Water Supply Treatment Plant (IPA), the IPA requires dissemination
and promotion support.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Formative research.
• Conducted Participatory Assessment and Triggering Training for
Sanitarian and cadre.
• Conducted a Workshop on Achievement Strategy of Open Defecation
Free (ODF) in Surakarta, followed up by mapping of community that
still practices OD conducted by Health Agency.
• Set up the community for supporting Kotaku program in locations that
receive Sanitation program support.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Developing PDAM GIS for NRW reduction program, started by
including 2 staff in basic GIS and spatial data development training, and
also establishing a GIS development team.
• PDAM participated in the TOT Operation and Maintenance of IPA
Training, which is a COE program of cooperation between USAID USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java

IUWASH PLUS and MPWH. Facilitating Discussion for Governance


Urban Sanitation Program Index Explanation of Surakarta City.
• Completed the Workshop of Safely managed sanitation for KPP/KSM
managing Communal Wastewater Treatment Plant (IPAL) and
developed agreement on desludging schedule between KPP/KSM and
PDAM
• Assistance for preparing L2T2 implementation.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the FGD Review on Regulation of Domestic Wastewater
Management in Surakarta City.
• Advocacy for Legalization Process of Mayor Regulation on L2T2.
• Completed the Visioning Workshop of Surakarta City.
WASH Finance Program:
• Advocacy for PDAM Business Plan Development Year 2018-2022.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL, Survey Interview for B40 community
LSIC): access to latrine possession with
• Coordination Meeting of Pokja Sanitation Team and Dissemination of mWater apps, part of Formative
Sustainability Checklist. Research activity series.

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Salatiga City
Population:
186,420 people (2016/BPS/Kota Salatiga Dalam Angka).

Current WASH access:


Water Supply 88%; Sanitation 63%.
• Challenges in WASH:
All PDAM water supply production capacity has been utilized and
there is no alternative water supply resource in the city except deep
bore holes.
Coordination is not well established at the OPD level.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
PDAM Assistance for Source, Communal and Consumer RPAM.
Advocacy for city government and Pokja AMPL to increase
coordination. and cooperation through Sustainability Checklist
implementation.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Dissemination and Triggering supporting the APBD Individual Latrine
Grant Program for 340 households.
• Dissemination and Triggering in and outside of Hotspot locations for
supporting DAK Septic tank Grant Program for 550 households.
• Participatory Assessment and Triggering Training for Sanitarian and
cadre.
• Workshop on Achievement Strategy of ODF in Salatiga City.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• RPAM Preparation Workshop held in Salatiga City was attended by
related Stakeholders/OPD. The Workshop agreed that Salatiga will
implement Source, Communal and Consumer RPAM.
• O&M, Finance and simple Book keeping, Institution and Gender
Trainings attended by participants from DPU and 10 Water Supply
KSMs/KPPs.
Urban Sanitation Program
• Training for technical, operation and maintenance planning for
USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
KSM/KPP operating existing IPAL.
• Safely managed sanitation Workshop and developing agreement on Token of Appreciation between USAID
Indonesia Mr. Matthew Burton and
desludging between KPP/KSM and UPTD.
Salatiga Mayor Bapak Yuliyanto in
Urban Governance Program:
Visioning Workshop of Salatiga City.
• FGD Collaboration for WASH Program.
• Visioning Workshop of Salatiga City.
WASH Finance Program:
Completed the development of Business Plan Year 2017-2021.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja
AMPL, LSIC):
• Coordination Meeting of Pokja Team and FGD for filling
Sustainability Checklist.

USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java


Recipient candidates for Individual
Latrine Grant learning Diagram-F in
Community Triggering Activity.

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Magelang City
Population:
121,205 people (2016/BPS/Kota Magelang Dalam Angka).
121,205 PEOPLE (2016/BPS/KOTA MAGELANG DALAM ANGKA).
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 95%; Sanitation 85%.
• Challenges in WASH:
Generally, there is no awareness to manage the wastewater in dense
and poor settlements.
Magelang City PDAM main raw water supply source and the potential
for its development located in Magelang district area, besides that the
PDAM water loss is quite high.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Intense triggering and community awareness activity supported with
sanitation grant program for low income communities.
PDAM assistance for Source RPAM and Reduction of Water Loss.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Participatory Assessment and Triggering Training for Sanitarian and
cadre in Hotspot Locations.
• Dissemination, Participatory Assessment and Triggering for
supporting Communal Septic tank Grant Program in Perkim Office
Supported Locations for DAK Budget Fiscal Year 2017.
• Workshop on Achievement Strategy of ODF in Magelang City.
• Advocacy and Technical Skills Training for admin of 17 LKMs in
Magelang City.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Dissemination of RPAM Activity Stages, Workshop on RPAM Team
Establishment, Audience with the Mayor related to RPAM activity and
resulted in the issuance of Mayor Decree for RPAM Team
establishment that is part of Pokja AMPL function and task.
• Develop GIS PDAM for NRW reduction program, started by
including 2 staff in basic GIS and spatial data training, and establishing a
GIS development Team.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Review and Workshop for revitalization of UPTD in 4 Cites/Districts
related to the amendment of new SOTK. USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
Magelang City Pokja AMPL Team
• Safely managed sanitation Training and developing agreement on
discussion for filling the Sustainability
desludging between KPP/KSM and UPTD.
Checklist.
Urban Governance Program:
• FGD for WASH Collaboration.
• FGD of IPLT utilization in Magelang City by Magelang District and
advocacy of cooperation agreement process.
• Visioning Workshop of Magelang City.
WASH Finance Program:
• Assistance for the development of SPAM MA Tuk Pecah and MA
Kanoman with capacity of 80 lps.
• Mapping of Finance Institution for Micro Finance program.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL,
LSIC):
• Training of Gender mainstreaming for OPD of 5 Cities/Districts. USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
• Coordination Meeting of Pokja AMPL Team and FGD for Practicing GPS application setting in
Sustainability Checklist. PDAM GIS training.

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Magelang District
Population:
1,257,123 people (2016/BPS/Kab. Magelang Dalam Angka).
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 79%; Sanitation 71%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Large population and administration areas with spread out urban
areas cause difficulties in closing the gap of water supply and
sanitation services, and even Magelang District is predicted not to
achieve the water supply and sanitation targets of 2019.
Lack of IPLT means the safely managed sanitation can not be
implemented soon.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
District government advocacy for acceleration of water supply and
sanitation development, including advocacy at village level for
APBDes allocation.
Advocacy for readiness criteria fulfillment to obtain support for STP
development.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Formative Research Training & Implementation.
• Participatory Assessment and Triggering for Sanitarian and cadre in
Hotspot location.
• Advocacy for establishment of KSM for supporting Water Supply
grant program.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Dissemination of RPAM Activity Stages, Workshop on RPAM Team
Establishment, Audience with the Regent related on RPAM activity,
which resulted in the issuance of Regent Decree for RPAM Team
establishment that is part of Pokja AMPL function and task.
• O&M, Finance and Simple Book keeping, Institution and Gender
Training sessions were attended by participants from DPU and 12
people from 4 KSMs/KPPs.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Development of Domestic Wastewater Management Road Map
USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
referring to SSK of Magelang District
Checking the RPAM PDAM of Magelang
• Supporting the Bappeda in a series of Sanitation Award activities as
District Production Water Meter
the evaluation panel, including delivering Operation and Maintenance
Material (Safely Managed Sanitation) in its Workshop.
Urban Governance Program:
• FGD for WASH Collaboration.
• FGD of Cooperation of Magelang City IPLT Utilization and
Fasilitating the partnership and cooperation agreement process.
WASH Finance Program:
• Filling the Baseline of APBN Increase Year 2014-2016
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja
AMPL, LSIC):
• Training for Subdistrict level Gender Introduction in Mertoyudan
and Muntilan Subdistricts.
USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
• Coordination Meeting of Pokja AMPL Team and FGD for
Survey using Mobile Apps (Geo Data
Sustainability Checklist. Collection) Training for RPAM
Magelang District.

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Sukoharjo District
Population:
871,397 people (2016/BPS/Kab. Sukoharjo Dalam Angka).
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 78%; Sanitation 81%.

• Challenges in WASH:
The Regent strongly supports the enhancement of PDAM Services
through the capital participation of PDAM, but also removes APBD
support for community-based systems in water supply and sanitation
sectors.
The central government eliminated some of the Year 2018 APBN in
Central Java for SPAM procurement, including Magelang and
Sukoharjo Cities.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
• Advocacy to regional leaders including the OPD head to continue
to support community-based systems.
• Support at national level to assure the Water Supply System
(SPAM) APBN development programs are not eliminated from the
APBN.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Participatory Assessment and Triggering Training for Sanitarian and
cadre in Hotspot location.
• Workshop on achievement strategy of ODF in Sukoharjo.
• Workshop on ODF Acceleration through Regent’s support program
to construct latrines for community that still practices OD in 110
villages.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• PDAM Sukoharjo is the host and participant for O&M IPA Training,
which is a COE cooperation program of USAID IUWASH PLUS and
MPWH.
• 2 staff participated in basic GIS and spatial data training in order to
accelerate PDAM GIS Spatial data development that has been started
since USAID IUWASH period.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Safely managed sanitation Workshop and developing agreement on USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
desludging between KPP/KSM and UPTD. Desludging Process of Communal IPAL
• Technical Planning Training for TIPP (Tim Inti Perencanaan (Safely Managed Sanitation).
Partisipatif/Participative Planning Core Team) of Kotaku program.
Urban Governance Program:
• Dissemination of Regional Regulation No. 15 of 2016 on Corporate
Social and Environmental Responsibility (TJSLP).
• FGD of Regulation Draft of Sukoharjo Regent on Domestic
Wastewater Treatment.
• Public Hearing for Implementation Guidance of Regional Regulation
Number 15 Year 2016 regarding TJSLP.
WASH Finance Program:
• Assistance for preparing Readiness Criteria of SPAM IKK Bulakan with
the capacity of 100 lps.
• Mapping of Finance Institution for Micro Finance program.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR USAID IUWASH PLUS Central Java
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL, Field visit in Operation and
LSIC): Maintenance Training of COE-MPWH
• Coordination Meeting of Pokja AMPL Team and FGD for IPA.
Sustainability Checklist.

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ANNEX 18: CITY UPDATES FOR EAST JAVA REGION

Surabaya City
Population:
2,874,699 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 96.07%; Sanitation 97.79%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Most of the people in Surabaya who have no access to water supply
and sanitation live in informal settlements where the land belongs to
Local Government, PT. KAI, Public Works, Water Resource Office,
etc. To serve these people needs a special approval from the Mayor.
Most of them are low income communities (B40).
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM to reach the universal access of water in 2018 (as
stated by the Mayor), especially for people who live in informal
settlements through Master Meter Scheme and the target of Open
Defecation Free which will be targeted in 2018. The progress is still in
preparation activities. At City Level, USAID IUWASH PLUS will
conduct Capacity building of UPT PSL Staffs and Sanitation Pokja on
Safely Managed Sanitation.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Formative Research in Kelurahan Petemon and
Tambaksarioso as representative of B40 in urban in May 2017.
• Community entry is not completed yet because Partnership
Arrangement is still in process.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• PDAM Index still needs clarification based on financial audit.
• Preparation activities for Master Meter Program (ongoing)
• Completed the optimization of role and function of KSM Master Meter
Forum in August 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program
USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
• Completed the Sanitation Index in March 2017
• Completed the LLTT introduction to Sanitation Pokja and SOP Enumerator training using MWater
application to support B40 survey.
identification needed for UPT PSL in May 2017.
• Assessment of Rusunawa.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Stakeholder Analysis in December 2016.
• Completed the Hotspot Selection in March 2017.
• Completed the Governance Index in March 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• APBD Index is still under preparation.
• MFI Program: completed the courtesy meeting to 4 institutions with
provincial coverage and potential Financial Institutions identification (has
identified Bank Jatim and BMT Sidogiri) in July 2017.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL,
USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
LSIC):
Stakeholder Analysis in Rungkut Sub-
district, Surabaya City.

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Sidoarjo District
Population:
2,233,820 people.

Current WASH access:


Water Supply 68%; Sanitation 79.43%.
• Challenges in WASH:
Very high dependence on the surrounding region for water
resources (need strong partnership). The cost for energy
consumption is quite high as well as the NRW. Most of the people
who have no access to water supply are poor communities;
Sanitation sector still need regulations on domestic wastewater
management, tariff and specific institution to implement safely
managed sanitation.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM in energy efficiency and NRW reduction program;
Alternative finance (micro finance) for improving access to WASH;
Facilitating to draft regulations for Domestic Wastewater
Management, tariff and new Institution to manage domestic
wastewater (Domestic Wastewater UPT); Promoting Safely
managed sanitation.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the community entry in Kelurahan Krian, Wunut and
Kedung Pandan Villages in July 2017.
• Collaboration with Kotaku program for first Communal IPAL that
will be constructed in Kelurahan Krian. USAID IUWASH PLUS
supported the pre-construction event through comparative study to
Malang City (ongoing).
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the monitoring and evaluation of PDAM index in March
2017.
• Evaluation of GIS program utilization as preparation for
implementation of NRW program (ongoing).
• Completed the FGD Readiness Criteria for Master Meters in Bligo
Village in cooperation with Kotaku in September 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program
• Completed the Sanitation Index in March 2017.
• Completed the submission of new Institution/Domestic Wastewater USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO

UPT proposal in September 2017. This aims to get the approval Community actively making a social
from Provincial Government. mapping as first step of the
participatory assessment.
• Completed the domestic wastewater tariff calculation to be inserted
in Perda/District regulation in September 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Stakeholder Analysis in December 2016.
• Completed the Hotspot Selection in January 2017.
• Completed the Visioning workshop in June 2017. This aims to get
commitment from Executive, Legislative and USAID IUWASH PLUS
for achieving Universal Access 2019 and SDGs 2030 Target.
• Completed the Governance Index in March 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index in April 2017, which is already closed
and verified.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja Community Triggering in Jabon Sub-
AMPL, LSIC): district.

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Gresik District
Population:
1,148,012 people.

Current WASH access:


Water Supply 55%; Sanitation 83.62%.
• Challenges in WASH:
Very high dependence on the surrounding region for water resources (need strong
partnership); The cost for energy consumption is quite high; Most of the people
with no access to water supply are poor communities; Gresik District still needs
regulations on domestic wastewater management and domestic wastewater tariff to
implement safely managed sanitation; lack of data of qualified septic tank to support
LLTT.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM in PPP for WTP development and energy efficiency; Alternative
financing (micro finance) for improving access to WASH;
Facilitating to draft regulations for domestic wastewater and tariff; developing an
android application for census of proper septic tank to support LLTT program;
Strengthening Communal IPAL KPP/KSM and Rusunawa and facilitating agreement
among KPP/KSM with UPT PAL on Safely Managed Sanitation.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Formative Research in Kelurahan Kroman and Sidokumpul as
representative of B40 in remote areas in May 2017.
• Community entry in Kelurahan Singosari, Sidokumpul, Karangturi and Kroman are
still in progress.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the monitoring and evaluation of PDAM index in March 2017.
• Supporting PPP preparation for WTP development from Bengawan Solo River,
(ongoing).
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Sanitation Index in March 2017.
• Completed the calculation of domestic wastewater tariff to be inserted in
Perda/District regulation in September 2017.
• Cooperation among KPP/KSM, Rusunawa and UPT PAL for implementing
LLTT/LLTTT (ongoing).
• Processing collaboration between UPT PAL with Dispendukcapil on septic tank data USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
linked to ID number (ongoing). Capacity Building for Communal IPAL
Urban Governance Program: KPP/KSM.
• Completed the Stakeholder Analysis in January 2017.
• Completed the Hotspot Selection in February 2017.
• Completed the Visioning workshop in August 2017. This aims to get commitment
from Executive, Legislative and USAID IUWASH PLUS for achieving Universal
Access 2019 and SDGs 2030 Target.
• Completed the facilitation to fill the Governance Index in March 2017.
• Preparation of Regulation of Domestic Wastewater (ongoing).
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index in April 2017, which is already closed and verified.
• Public Private Partnership of Bendung Gerak Sembayat Project is still in progress.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR Partnership,
Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL, LSIC):
• Completed the gender awareness and capacity building of gender responsive budget
analysis on the PPRG driving team and Watsan OPD in September 2017.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS initiated collaboration with Petrokimia CSR programs in the USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
WASH sector. Progress: preparing the technical aspect of IPAL (idle capacity and Workshop on Sanitation & Governance
cost of house connection) due to interest of Petrokimia CSR in communal Index.
sanitation system. This activity is a follow up of Provincial Musrenbang (ongoing).
• Assessment of 5 Rusunawa (550 RTM) (ongoing).

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Probolinggo District
Population:
1,148,012 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 64.81%; Sanitation 46.62%.
• Challenges in WASH:
There are many springs that can be used for water supply resources, but
the quantity is decreasing; Technical staffs and operators of PDAM need to
be improved; IPLT is under construction and no operator yet.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Support PDAM in securing water resources through water safety plan;
Promoting Safely Managed Sanitation to Local Government/ Sanitation
Pokja.
Progress of PY1:
Behaviour Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the Formative Research in Kelurahan Patokan and Kalibuntu
Village as representative of B40 in May 2017.
• Completed the community entry in Kelurahan Patokan, Kalibuntu and
Alaskandang Villages in September 2017.
• Completed the training of Safely Managed Water and Sanitation for
Community in September 2017. It aims to build community’s awareness
and knowledge about the WASH sector so that they will promote and
contribute to the increasing access to WASH facilities.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index in March 2017.
• Facilitating preparation of Water Safety Plan (water resources) (ongoing).
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Sanitation Index in March 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Stakeholder Analysis in January 2017.
• Facilitating Hotspot Selection (completed in March 2017).
• Conducting Visioning workshop to get commitment from Executive,
Legislative and USAID IUWASH PLUS to achieve Universal Access 2019
and SDGs 2030 Target.
• Completed the Governance Index in March 2017
USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index in April 2017, which is already closed and Some people in Patokan and Kalilbuntu
still have no access to sanitation
verified.
facilities. They defecate in open area
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR because their neighborhood was
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL, surrounded by the sea.
LSIC): (All related Specialists)
• Conducting mapping of potential CSR for WASH sector.

USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO


Trial for MWater Application for
verification of B40.

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Probolinggo City
Population:
231,112 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 90%; Sanitation 71.98%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Very high dependence on surrounding region for water resources; The
used raw water source (Ronggojalu spring ) is located in the
administrative area of Probolinggo District; NRW is also quite high; The
willingness to connect to PDAM is relatively low; The IPLT Mayangan
can not be operated optimally, plan to build a new IPLT in a new
location.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM in controlling NRW level; Alternative finance (micro
finance) for improving access to WASH; Facilitating capacity building for
Communal IPAL KPP/KSM and Rusunawa and promoting Safely Managed
Sanitation to Local Government/ Sanitation Pokja.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Community entry was accomplished for Kelurahan Jati, Kebonsari Kulon
and Pilang.
• As a result of community entry, Kelurahan Pilang has an idea to make a
thematic kampong that is supported by local government (Bappeda).
This idea will be followed by various activities that will contribute to
improved sanitation access.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index based on Financial Statement audit in
March 2017.
• Evaluation of GIS program utilization as preparation for implementation
of NRW program as well as capacity building of human resources and
spatial data improvement of piping and house connections.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Sanitation Index in March 2017.
Urban Governance Program: (IS)
• Completed the Stakeholder Analysis in January 2017.
• Facilitating Hotspot Selection (Completed in March 2017). USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
• Completed the Visioning workshop in May 2017. This aims to get Field visit to hotspot locations in
commitment from Executive, Legislative and USAID IUWASH PLUS for Probolinggo City.
achieving Universal Access 2019 and SDGs 2030 Target.
• Completed the Governance Index in March 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index in April 2017, which is already closed and
verified.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL,
LSIC): (All related Specialists)
• Conducting mapping of potential CSR to support WASH program in
Probolinggo City (ongoing).

USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO


Trial for MWater Application for
verification of B40.

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Lumajang District
Population:
1,033,698 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 70%; Sanitation 67.01%
.
• Challenges in WASH:
Having many springs that can be utilized as raw water but water
discharge of the springs began to decrease. Operation and technical
management of PDAM needs to be improved; New IPLT built in 2016
will should be in operation soon as there is no operator for IPLT yet.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM in securing water resources through water safety
plan. Facilitating the improvement of human resources and management
capabilities. At City Level, facilitating to draft regulations for domestic
wastewater, tariff calculation and new institution to focus on domestic
wastewater management (Domestic Wastewater UPT). Promoting
safely managed sanitation.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Community entry in Kelurahan Tompokersan and Rogotrunan is still in
progress.
• There are a lot of opportunities for PDAM household connection since
PDAM has a special program for poor communities. USAID IUWASH
PLUS will inform community in hotspot areas regarding this program.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index in March 2017.
• Facilitating Preparation of Water Safety Plan (operator) (ongoing).
• Evaluation of GIS program utilization as preparation for implementation
of operator RPAM program as well as capacity building of human
resources and spatial data improvement of piping and house
connections (ongoing).
Urban Sanitation Program:
• On The Job Training for Desludging and operation of IPLT.
USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
• Facilitating the preparation of Domestic Wastewater UPTD.
• Completed the Horizontal Learning to UPTD Makassar in August 2017. Stakeholder analysis that was held in
sub-district. This activity is part of
Urban Governance Program: (IS)
advocacy for stakeholder in sub-district
• Stakeholder Analysis & Hot spot Selection. and kelurahan.
• Completed the Visioning workshop in June 2017. This aims to get
commitment from Executive, Legislative and USAID IUWASH PLUS for
achieving Universal Access 2019 and SDGs 2030 Target.
• Governance Index.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index in April 2017, which is already closed and
verified.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL,
LSIC):
• Completed the gender awareness and capacity building of gender
responsive budget analysis on the PPRG driving team and OPD Watsan
in July 2017.
USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
On Job Training desludging of septic
tank.

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Malang City
Population:
2,210,624 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 92%; Sanitation 97.79%

• Challenges in. WASH:


Very high dependence on the surrounding region for water resources
(need strong partnership); more than 90% of PDAM water sources
(springs) are outside the administrative area of Malang city; the
topography and contour of Malang City is one of the challenges to
implement safely managed sanitation due to the difficulty in desludging,
especially in high density areas; some communal IPAL are in these areas;
PDAM Malang has potential to be an operator of LLTT, but still needs
regulations and approval from decision makers.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting PDAM in securing water resources through water safety
plan program. Alternative finance (micro finance) for improving access
to WASH. Promoting Safely Managed Sanitation and capacity building of
Communal IPAL KPP/KSM and Rusunawa.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the community entry in Kelurahan Sukun, Kasin and
Tanjungrejo in September 2017.
• Completed the training of Safely Managed Water and Sanitation in
September 2017. One result of this training is Community Action Plan
(RKM) that consists of WASH promotion activities, funding channel for
sanitation facilities, etc.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index based on audit of Financial Statement in
March 2017.
• Completed the coordination with the parties to prepare water safety
plan (water resources) in July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Sanitation Index in March 2017.
• KSM/KPP and customers of Communal IPAL and Rusunawa have been USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO
identified.
Transect walk during Participatory
Urban Governance Program: (IS) Assessment.
• Completed the Stakeholder Analysis in January 2017.
• Completed the Hotspot Selection in February 2017.
• Completed the Visioning workshop in September 2017. This aims to get
commitment from Executive, Legislative and USAID IUWASH PLUS for
achieving Universal Access 2019 and SDGs 2030 Target.
• Completed the Governance Index in March 2017.
• Completed the Perda of Domestic Wastewater in January 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index in April 2017, which is already closed and
verified.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL,
LSIC):
• Assessment of 2 Rusunawas in Malang City (ongoing). USAID IUWASH PLUS EJRO

WASH training for community.

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ANNEX 19: CITY UPDATES FOR SSEI REGION

Makassar City
Population:
1,469,601 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 71.51%; Sanitation 68.7%.

• Challenges in WASH:
High NRW rate; High investment costs for the addition of piped networks;
improving the quality of septic tank; L2T2 and L2T3 program has not been
maximized.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
• Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM indices.
• Improving PDAM services and performance through NRW reduction
program and application of GIS system.
• Increasing access to safely-managed sanitation through L2T2 or L2T3
program.
• Operating system for the IPLT facility is not optimal yet, due to the lack of
knowledge of the IPLT operator.
• Improving the quality of construction below the latrine to become a septic
tank (based on the SNI standards).
• Capacity building for Makassar City UPTD PAL.
• The promotion of clean and healthy behaviors (PHBS).
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Formative research: training, survey, FGD (completed in May 2017), and
training for 10 enumerators.
• Program socialization to district, kelurahan and community level. For priority
hotspot locations, the activity was completed in August 2017.
• Participatory assessment & triggering (ongoing).
• Community entry activities (ongoing).
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index measurement in February 2017.
• Completed the NRW socialization to PDAM in February 2017.
• Completed the GIS training in May 2017, with 16 participants from eight
USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
cities/districts in the SSEI region.
Signing of Partnership Agreement
Urban Sanitation Program
for 3 districts in South Sulawesi by
• Completed the sanitation index measurement in March 2017. Louis O’Brien, COP of USAID
• Completed discussions regarding the agreement on the coverage of sanitation IUWASH PLUS and Jufri Rahman,
with the LG/Pokja AMPL in August 2017. Head of Bappeda of South
Sulawesi Province.
• Assisted UPTD PAL to review the roadmap, evaluation and revision of SOP on
wastewater program, and to review individual septic tank data (completed in
August 2017).
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in March 2017.
• Discussion process of Mayor regulation on asset handover.
• MoU signing in May 2017.
• Visioning Workshop in May 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in May 2017.
• Completed the microfinance preparation program in August 2017. USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
• Completed the wastewater tariff calculation in August 2017. Handwashing with soap campaign
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR Partnership, and competition in Kelurahan
Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL, LSIC): Macini Gusung, “Free from germs
• Media visited in May 2017 and regular media monitoring. with handwashing with soap”.

• Thematic discussion with media and Journalists in May 2017.

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Barru District
Population:
172,125 people.

Current WASH access:


Water Supply 53.34%; Sanitation 64.9%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Lack of raw water sources; low investment costs for the addition of
drinking water infrastructure; wastewater management agencies and
wastewater regulation have not yet been developed.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM
indices; improving PDAM services and performance through
application of GIS system and MIS; conducting water supply tariff
review; preparation of PDAM SOPs; establishment of UPTD PAL;
supporting the development of wastewater regulation and operation
of IPLT; encouraging the increase of WASH budget through planning
and budgeting process and encouraging budget commitment (SKPD
Forum and KUA/ PPAS advocacy); implementing urban STBM and
supporting PHBS promotion.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Program socialization to district, village and community level. For
priority hotspot locations, the activity was completed in August
2017.
• Participatory Assessment and triggering (ongoing).
• Community entry activities (ongoing).
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index measurement in February 2017.
• GIS training: 2 PDAM staff attended the training held in Makassar in
May 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program
• Completed the Sanitation Index measurement in March 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in March 2017.
• MoU signing in May 2017.
• Visioning Workshop in July 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in May 2017.
• Completed the identification of PDAM financial capability in USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
February 2017. Dissemination of USAID IUWASH
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR PLUS Program & Stakeholder
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja Analysis at subdistrict level.
AMPL, LSIC):
• Conducted regular media monitoring.

USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI


Discussion on WASH Safely
Managed Sanitation.

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Bantaeng District
Population:
184,517 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 72,21%; Sanitation 75.08%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Coverage of PDAM Pipeline network; high water loss rate (NRW);
UPTD PAL Capacity; L2T2 and L2T3 programs have not been
implemented; individual and communal sanitation systems are not
optimal.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM
indices; improving UPTD PAL capacity; optimization of IPAL communal
and individual systems; implementation of L2T2 and L2T3 programs;
supporting the development of wastewater regulations; building
customer and data spatial (GIS) and MIS; optimizing raw water
resources; conducting water tariff review; SOP evaluation; preparation
of RPAM documents; encouraging the increase of WASH budget
through planning and budgeting process and encouraging budget
commitment (SKPD Forum and KUA/ PPAS advocacy); supporting the
local governments for the implementation of the STBM program and
behavior change; supporting the AMPL working group establishment.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Completed the program socialization to district, village and community
level in August 2017.
• Participatory Assessment and triggering (ongoing).
• Community entry activities Ongoing).
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index measurement in March 2017.
• Started Water Safety Plan program up to establishment of RPAM team
(completed in June 2017).
• GIS training: 2 PDAM staff attended the training held in Makassar in
May 2017.
• Completed the water supply tariff regulation in July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Evaluation of the Organizational Structure, Function & USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
Staff of the Bantaeng District UPTD PAL in August 2017. Signing of Partnership Agreement.
• Completed the Review on the Sanitation Roadmap of domestic
wastewater for Bantaeng District UPTD PAL in August 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in March 2017.
• Preparing the head of district regulation on drinking water tariff
adjustment in Bantaeng (completed in July 2017).
• Preparing the local government regulation on capital equity of PDAM
Bantaeng (completed in July 2017).
• MoU signing in May 2017).
• Visioning Workshop in June 2017.
WASH Finance Program: USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in March 2017. F Diagram FGD with Woman
• Completed the identification of PDAM financial capability in June 2017. Group in Kelurahan Pallantikang.
• Supporting tariff adjustment and reclassification of PDAM customer
(completed in July 2017).
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL,
LSIC):
• Regular media monitoring (ongoing).

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Bulukumba District
Population:
413,229 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 24.1%; Sanitation 73.9%.
• Challenges in WASH:
IPLT needs huge renovation or build a new facility, no wastewater
management institution and wastewater regulation; high level of
water loss (NRW); vast coverage of service areas and limited
service capabilities; PDAM Management problems.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM
indices; providing input on the construction or rehabilitation of
IPLT; optimizing the use of IPAL Communal, preparation of
wastewater regulations and management institutions; supporting
NRW reduction activities; supporting energy efficiency programs;
supporting performance improvement through the preparation of
business plan, review of water supply tariff and improving the quality
of human resources; supporting the preparation of RPAM
documents, encouraging the increase of WASH budget through
planning and budgeting process and encourage budget commitment
(SKPD Forum and KUA/ PPAS advocacy); implementing urban STBM
and supporting the promotion of PHBS.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Formative research – Training, Survey, FGD (completed in May
2017), training for 10 enumerators.
• Program Socialization to district, village and community level
(completed in August 2017).
• Participatory Assessment and triggering.
• Community entry activities.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM index measurement in March 2017.
• Started Water Safety Plan program up to establishment of RPAM
team and securing LG commitment (will be completed in May 2018).
• GIS training: 2 PDAM staff attended the training held in Makassar in USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
May 2017. Stakeholder Analysis activity at
Urban Sanitation Program: city/district level .
• Completed the Sanitation index measurement in March 2017.
• Completed the asssessment of existing IPLT condition in July 2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in March 2017.
• Completed the Support for integrating RPAM team into AMPL
working group in April 2017.
• MoU signing in May 2017.
• Visioning Workshop in July 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in July 2017.
• Completed the identification of PDAM financial capability in March
2017.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja
Transect walk in Kelurahan
AMPL, LSIC):
Kasimpureng.
• Regular media monitoring.

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Ternate City
Population:
218,028 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 76.9%; Sanitation 42%.

• Challenges in WASH:
IPLT not yet in operation, no wastewater management institution and wastewater
regulation; High levels of water loss; Vast coverage of service areas and limited
service capabilities; PDAM water quality and service.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM indices;
technical assistance on the development of WASH-related local regulations;
assisting the PDAM on energy efficiency, business plan development and water tariff
evaluation; supporting the institutional, financial and technical strengthening (e.g.
L2T2, L2T3, IPLT), including assisting UPTD PAL to develop database, billing system,
GIS/MIS for L2T2 and L2T3; preparing and strengthening the Water Safety Plan
(RPAM) for water source, operator, communal and consumers program;
implementing urban STBM; Partnership with CSR Programs to support the
improvement of WASH Sector; supporting the local government to allocate local
budget for capitalization of WASH loan program through Micro Finance Institution
(MFI); encouraging the increase of WASH budget through planning and budgeting
process and encourage budget commitment (SKPD Forum and KUA/PPAS
advocacy); developing/revitalizing and strengthening the AMPL working group of
Ternate City.
Progress of PY 1:
Behaviour Change and Marketing Program:
• Formative research – Training, Survey, FGD (completed in May 2017), training for 9
enumerator – 2M/7F.
• Community mobilization to support APBD 2107 DAK sanitasi. (ongoing).
• Participatory Assessment and triggering (ongoing).
• Community entry activities – Advocate MUI to involve on WASH promotion
(ongoing).
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index measurement in March 2017.
• Started Water Safety Plan program up to establishment of RPAM team and securing USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
LG commitment (completed in March 2017).
• GIS training: 2 PDAM staff attended the training held in Makassar in May 2017. USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
• Completed the socialization of Energy Efficiency in March 2017. Formative Research – Enumerator
Urban Sanitation Program: Training and Survey
• Completed the Sanitation Index measurement in March 2017. Implementation in community.
• Completed the socialization of Domestic Wastewater Tariff calculation in August
2017.
• Completed the Review of Ternate city IPLT in May 2017).
• Supporting the revision of EHRA (ongoing).
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in March 2017.
• Review of the wastewater ranperda (draft local regulation).
• AMPL working group establishment.
• Advocacy of UPTD PAL establishment.
• MoU Signing &Visioning Workshop in July 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in July 2017.
• Completed the identification of PDAM financial capability in March 2017.
• Supporting the wastewater tariff calculation.
• Preparation of microfinance program.
Other Programs (select which applicable: Gender, CSR Partnership, Media USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja AMPL, LSIC): Assessment of IPLT condition in
• Workshop Rumah Bersama CSR. Ternate City.
• Regular Media monitoring.

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Central Maluku District
oTengah
Population:
370,350 people.

Current WASH access:


Water Supply 27.41%; Sanitation 53%.

• Challenges in WASH:
IPLT is still on planning process, No wastewater operator and
regulation; vast coverage of service areas and limited service
capabilities (islands), raw water quantity and quality problem.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM
indices; supporting the planning and construction of IPLT;
preparation of wastewater regulations and management institutions;
supporting PDAM performance improvement through the
preparation of business plans and SOP, reviewing water supply tariffs
and improving the quality of human resources; encouraging the
increase of WASH budget through planning and budgeting process
and encouraging budget commitment (SKPD Forum and KUA/ PPAS
advocacy); implementing urban STBM and supporting the promotion
of PHBS.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Formative research – Training, Survey, FGD (completed in May
2017) training for 10 enumerators.
• Advocate TNI to involve in WASH promotion.
• Community entry activities.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index measurement in March 2017.
• GIS training: 2 PDAM staff attended the training held in Makassar in
May 2017.
• Completed the identification of PDAM performance program in
March 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Sanitation Index measurement in April 2017.
• Supported the survey of IPLT location (completed in August 2017).
USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
• Supporting the revision of the Environmental Health Risk
Assessment (EHRA). Signing of Cooperation Agreement
between Government of Maluku
Urban Governance Program:
Province with USAID IUWASH
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in March 2017.
PLUS program.
• MoU signing is still in process.
• Visioning Workshop in July 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in July 2017.
• Completed the identification of PDAM financial capability in March
2017.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja
AMPL, LSIC):
• Regular Media monitoring.
• Supporting the AMPL collaboration with other agencies.
USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
Dissemination at neighborhood
unit (RT) in Kelurahan Namaelo.

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Jayapura District
Population:
123,437 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 21.68%; Sanitation 13.5%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Low coverage of individual improved septic tank, IPLT on
construction process, high water loss rate; illegal PDAM connection,
no water meter installed at household level; L2T2/L2T3 for islands
community.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM
indices; supporting the construction of IPLT; preparation of
wastewater regulations and management institutions; improving
PDAM services and performance through NRW reduction program
and application of GIS system; assisting the establishment of
wastewater operator; encouraging the increase of WASH budget
through planning and budgeting process and encourage budget
commitment (SKPD Forum and KUA/ PPAS advocacy);
implementing urban STBM and Support the promotion of PHBS.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Formative research – Training, Survey, FGD (completed in May
2017) training for 10 enumerators.
• Completed program Socialization to district, village and community
level in August 2017.
• Participatory Assessment and triggering (ongoing).
• Community entry activities (ongoing).
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index measurement in February 2017.
• Completed the GIS Training for 8 PDAM staff from Jayapura city and
district in July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Sanitation Index measurement in April 2017.
USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
• Discussion with the PU Office to support IPLT construction,
Condition of leaking septic tank
especially for UPTD PAL plan.
because it has exceed its capacity
• Site visit to Ayapo for potential IPAL Communal construction in July
and lack of desludging.
2017.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in April 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in July 2017.
• Completed the identification of PDAM financial capability in April
2017.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja
AMPL, LSIC): --
USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
Dissemination of USAID IUWASH
PLUS Program in Kelurahan
Dobonsolo.

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Jayapura City
Population:
z
416,243 people.
Current WASH access:
Water Supply 45.19%; Sanitation 41.9%.

• Challenges in WASH:
Low coverage of individual improved septic tank, high water loss
rate; illegal PDAM connection, water meter installment at household
level; L2T2/L2T3 for islands community surrounding lake Sentani.
• USAID IUWASH PLUS Key Programs:
Supporting the measurement of Sanitation, Governance and PDAM
indices; optimizing the use of IPLT; preparation of wastewater
regulations and management institutions; supporting NRW
reduction activities; supporting energy efficiency programs;
supporting performance improvement through the preparation of
business plan, reviewing water supply tariff and improving the quality
of human resources, encouraging the increase of WASH budget
through planning and budgeting process and encourage budget
commitment (SKPD Forum and KUA/ PPAS advocacy);
implementing urban STBM and supporting the promotion of PHBS.
Progress of PY1:
Behavior Change and Marketing Program:
• Formative research – Training, Survey, FGD (completed in May
2017).
• Completed program socialization to district, village and community
level in August 2017.
• Participatory Assessment and triggering.
• Community entry activities – Community mobilization to support
APBN 2017 – Sanitation Grants.
Urban Water Supply Program:
• Completed the PDAM Index measurement in February 2017.
• Completed the GIS Training for 8 PDAM staff from Jayapura city and
district in July 2017.
Urban Sanitation Program:
• Completed the Sanitation Index measurement in April 2017.
• Completed the site visits to Engros and Tobati for potential IPAL
USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI
Communal construction in July 2017.
Transcet walk in RT04/RW08
• Completed the IPLT Evaluation in July 2017.
Kelurahan Hamadi.
• Evaluation of Organizational Structure, Organization & Staffing
UPTD PAL.
Urban Governance Program:
• Completed the Governance Index measurement in April 2017.
WASH Finance Program:
• Completed the APBD Index measurement in July 2017.
• Completed the identification of PDAM financial capability in April
2017.
• Supporting wastewater tariff calculation.
Other Programs (select which are applicable: Gender, CSR
Partnership, Media Engagement, Strengthening of Pokja USAID IUWASH PLUS SSEI

AMPL, LSIC): -- Environmental condition in


RT04/RW08 Kelurahan Hamadi.

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ANNEX 20: NUMBER OF WATER UTILITIES WITH IMPROVED SERVICE DELIVERY PERFORMANCE
(OUTCOME C2-1) – STATUS SEPTEMBER 2017
Scoring % Increased of PDAM Performance
No City/ District Baseline PY- Remark
PY-1 PY-2 PY-3 PY-4 PY-1 PY-2 PY-3 PY-4 PY-5
2016 5
A North Sumatra
1 PDAM Kota Medan 52.5 N/A 0.00
2 PDAM Kabupaten Deli Serdang 35.5 N/A 0.00
3 PDAM Kota Pematang Siantar 49.0 N/A 0.00
4 PDAM Kota Sibolga 52.5 N/A 0.00
5 PDAM Kota Tebing Tinggi 20.5 N/A 0.00

B West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab.Tangerang


6 PDAM Kota Bogor 67.00 N/A 0.00
7 PDAM Kabupaten Bogor 62.00 N/A 0.00
8 PDAM Kota Depok 53.00 N/A 0.00
9 PDAM Kota Bekasi 50.50 N/A 0.00
10 PDAM Kabupaten Karawang 35.00 N/A 0.00
11 PDAM Kabupaten Tangerang 55.00 N/A 0.00

C Central Java
12 PDAM Kota Surakarta 41.50 N/A 0.00
13 PDAM Kota Magelang 55.00 N/A 0.00
14 PDAM Kabupaten Magelang 68.50 N/A 0.00
15 PDAM Kota Salatiga 66.50 N/A 0.00
16 PDAM Kabupaten Sukoharjo 59.50 N/A 0.00

D East Java
17 PDAM Kota Surabaya 60.00 N/A 0.00
18 PDAM Kabupaten Sidoarjo 61.00 N/A 0.00

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Scoring % Increased of PDAM Performance
No City/ District Baseline PY- Remark
PY-1 PY-2 PY-3 PY-4 PY-1 PY-2 PY-3 PY-4 PY-5
2016 5
19 PDAM Kabupaten Gresik 61.00 N/A 0.00
20 PDAM Kota Probolinggo 47.50 N/A 0.00
21 PDAM Kabupaten Probolinggo 42.00 N/A 0.00
22 PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 49.00 N/A 0.00
23 PDAM Kota Malang 72.00 N/A 0.00

E South Sulawesi/ East Indonesia


24 PDAM Kota Makassar 59.00 N/A 0.00
25 PDAM Kabupaten Barru 21.00 N/A 0.00
26 PDAM Kabupaten Bantaeng 34.50 N/A 0.00
27 PDAM Kabupaten Bulukumba 21.00 N/A 0.00
28 PDAM Kota Ternate 36.00 N/A 0.00
29 PDAM Kabupaten Maluku Tengah 33.00 N/A 0.00
30 PDAM Jayapura 32.50 N/A 0.00
Total PDAM supported by IUWASH PLUS 30.00 N/A
To-date of average of % increased of the PDAM Performance 48.4 N/A
Index

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ANNEX 21: SUMMARY OF WATER SAFETY PLANS IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
VULNERABILITIES (OUTCOME C2-2)
Progress

Water Supply System and Catchment Area

Technical Guideline and SOP of RPAM Risk

Deevelopment Plan/PDAM Bussuines Plan


RPAM Integration into Local Government
Dissemination of RPAM concept to have
Local Government Commitment

RPAM Risk Potential Evaluations

RPAM Risk Handling and Budget


Establishment of RPAM Team
Type
Name of of

Evaluation and Monitoring


Name of Institution
No Water Safety Water Remarks
City Involved

RPAM Implementation
RPAM Documentation
Plan Safety
Plan

RPAM Revision
Development

Handling
Study
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
North Sumatera
Kota 1 RPAM Operator Operat PDAM, Forum Pelanggan C RPAM operator concept dissemination to
Pematangsi PDAM Tirtauli or PDAM, Bappeda, Dinas local stakeholders; in late September 2017
antar Kota PUPR, Dinas LH, Dinkes, the Director of PDAM Tirtauli issued the
Pematangsiantar Dinas PU Tataruang, RPAM team and decree, the team
Sekretariat Daerah Bagian members are from PDAM and local
Hukum government: Bapeda, Perkim and PUPR,
Lingkungan Hidup, etc
Kota 2 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bappeda Provinsi, BWS C C Dissemination of the RPAM Sumber
Medan PDAM Tirtanadi Provinsi Sumut, PDAM concept to provincial government and
Kota Medan Tirtanadi, DPUPR Kabupaten Deliserdang, such as: Bapeda,
Deliserdang, Balai Balai Wilayah Sungai, PU, Kehutanan
Pemantapan Kawasan Hutan (BPKH), Lingkungan Hidup, PDAM
(BPKH) Provinsi Sumut, Tirtanadi (North Sumatera Province) and
Perkim Deliserdang, Dishut PUPR, Perkim of the Deliserdang
Provinsi, Dinas LH Provinsi kabupaten to commit for RPAM
development and implementation

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West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab. Tangerang (WJDT)
Kabupaten 3 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bapeda, Perkim, Lingkungan, C Dissemination of the RPAM Sumber
Bogor PDAM Dinas Koperasi, PUPR, concept to local government Kabupaten
Kabupaten Perkim, Perindutrian, PDAM. Bogor, such as: Bapeda, Perkim,
Bogor Lingkungan, Dinas Koperasi, PUPR and
PDAM Tirta Pakuan. The objective is to
have local government commitment for
establishment team and decree and also
for development /implementation the
RPAM document
Kabupaten 4 RPAM Operator Operat Team PDAM Tirta Pakuan. C C Established the RPAM Team of PDAM
Bogor PDAM or Tirta Pakuan, Kabupaten Bogor;
Kabupaten conducted the baseline survey of RPAM
Bogor potential risk data; and developing the
detailed work plan of RPAM operator
Process.
Central Java
Kabupaten 5 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bappeda, PDAM, Dinas C C C Water supply system and catchment area
Magelang PDAM Tirta Pendapatan Pengelolaan study to identify all RPAM operator risk
Gemilang Keuangan dan Aset Daerah potential of the Citrosono spring water
Kabupaten (DPPKAD), DPUPR, PKK, supply system and trained the RPAM team
Magelang Bagian Hukum dan Bagian to use the geo-data collect software on
Pemerintahan the process RPAM.
Pemkab.Magelang, Dinas
Perumahan Rakyat &
Kawasan Permukiman
(DPRKP), Dinperindag, Dinas
LH, Dinkes, Disdikbud
Kota 6 RPAM Operator Operat PDAM, Bappeda, Universitas C C C Water supply system and catchment area
Magelang PDAM Kota or Tidar, Dinas Pendapatan study to identify and assess all the RPAM
Magelang Pengelolaan Keuangan dan risk potential of the Tuk Pecah spring
Aset Daerah (DPPKAD), water supply system and trained the
DPUPR, PKK, Bagian Hukum RPAM team to use the Geo-data collect
dan Pemko.Magelang, software.
Dinperindag, Dinas LH,
DKK/Dinkes, Disdikbud
Kota 7 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bapeda, PDAM, Lingkungan C Dissemination of the RPAM Sumber
Salatiga PDAM Kota commitment, PUPR, Perkim. concept to the Salatiga local government,
Salatiga such as: Bapeda, PDAM, Dinas Lingkungan,
and PUPR. The objective is to have
commitment on establish the RPAM
sumber team and

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development/implementation RPAM
document.

East Java
Kabupaten 8 RPAM Operator Operat PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang C C C Data gathering was completed early
Lumajang PDAM or February and PDAM Director has already
Kabupaten signed the Decree on RPAM team
Lumajang establishment. The process is continued
with preparation for an audience with the
Head of Lumajang Distict
Kabupaten 9 RPAM Sumber Sumber PDAM, BLH, Bappeda, C C C Data gathering was completed mid
Probolingg PDAM Perhutani, Perkim, PUPR, February. RPAM team is part of POKJA
o Kabupaten Pemberdayaan Masyarakat AMPL Kabupaten Probolinggo and this
Probolinggo dan Desa (PMD) change is officially included in the Decree
of POKJA AMPL
Kota 10 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bapeda, PUPR, Perkim and C Dissemination of the RPAM concept to
Malang PDAM Kota PDAM, Lingkungan Hidup, LG in order to increase LG commitment
Malang Biro Hukum, Tata Ruang, for RPAM development and
etc. implementation. IUWASH PLUS
conducted several discussions with APIK
on collaboration between the water safety
plan and the climate change adaptation
initiatives in Malang Raya.
South Sulawesi/ East Indonesia (SSEI)
Kabupaten 11 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bappeda, PDAM, Dinas C C C Study of water system and catchment area
Bulukumba PDAM Kab. Pertanian, Bagian Ekonomi, of Lotong-lotong spring to assess all
Bulukumba Dinkes, PAMSIMAS, Dinas RPAM risk potential, including the
PU, Dinas Lingk Hidup dan collection of geo-data for supporting the
Kehutanan, Dinas Kehutanan RPAM document development process
Kabupaten 12 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bappeda, PDAM, Dinas C C C Established RPAM Team of PDAM and
Bantaeng PDAM Pertanian, Bagian Ekonomi conducted preliminary survey of the
Kabupaten Pemkab.Bantaeng, Dinkes, PDAM water supply system and the
Bantaeng PAMSIMAS, Dinas PU, Dinas catchment area of Eremerasa spring to
Lingk Hidup dan Kehutanan, identify all potention risks that could
Dinas Kehutanan affect the 4Q water services standard
(quality, quantity, continuity and
affordability).

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Kota 13 RPAM Sumber Sumber Bappeda, PDAM, Dinas C C C Conducted water system and catchment
Ternate PDAM Kota Pertanian, Dinkes, Satker area study, as well as preliminary survey
Ternate PSPAM, Bappelitbangda, for RPAM risk potential of Ake Galle
DLH, Sekretariat Daerah, spring; also initiated collaboration with
Perkim, PUPR local CSR to implement RPAM
recommendation.
Total number of completed water safety plans in the face of climate change vulnerabilities during this reporting period 0
Total number of completed water safety plans in the face of climate change vulnerabilities in PY1 0
To-date achievement of completed water safety plans in the face of climate change vulnerabilities 0
Target of completed water safety plans in the face of climate change vulnerabilities 10
Percent achievement of completed water safety plans in the face of climate change vulnerabilities 0%

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ANNEX 22: NUMBER OF LOCAL SANITATION MANAGEMENT UNITS WITH IMPROVED SERVICE
DELIVERY PERFORMANCE (OUTCOME C2-3)
% Increase of Local Sanitation
Scoring Management Unit
Performance
Remarks
No City/ District
Baseline PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY-
2016 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

A North Sumatra
1 Kota Medan 55.50 N/A 0.00
2 Kabupaten Deli Serdang 21.50 N/A 0.00
3 Kota Pematang Siantar 24.00 N/A 0.00
4 Kota Sibolga 31.50 N/A 0.00
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi 26.00 N/A 0.00
B West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab.Tangerang
6 Kota Bogor 51.50 N/A 0.00
7 Kabupaten Bogor 26.50 N/A 0.00
8 Kota Depok 55.50 N/A 0.00
9 Kota Bekasi 52.00 N/A 0.00
10 Kabupaten Karawang 23.50 N/A 0.00
11 Kabupaten Tangerang 41.00 N/A 0.00
12 DKI Jakarta 66.50 N/A 0.00

C Central Java
13 Kota Surakarta 67.50 N/A 0.00
14 Kota Magelang 42.00 N/A 0.00
15 Kabupaten Magelang 15.00 N/A 0.00
16 Kota Salatiga 46.00 N/A 0.00
17 Kabupaten Sukoharjo 18.00 N/A 0.00

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% Increase of Local Sanitation
Scoring Management Unit
Performance
Remarks
No City/ District
Baseline PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY-
2016 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

D East Java
18 Kota Surabaya 47.00 N/A 0.00
19 Kabupaten Sidoarjo 28.00 N/A 0.00
20 Kabupaten Gresik 36.50 N/A 0.00
21 Kota Probolinggo 48.50 N/A 0.00
22 Kabupaten Probolinggo 21.50 N/A 0.00
23 Kabupaten Lumajang 15.00 N/A 0.00
24 Kota Malang 35.00 N/A 0.00

E South Sulawesi/ East Indonesia


25 Kota Makassar 68.50 N/A 0.00
26 Kabupaten Barru 12.50 N/A 0.00
27 Kabupaten Bantaeng 35.00 N/A 0.00
28 Kabupaten Bulukumba 9.50 N/A 0.00
29 Kota Ternate 28.00 N/A 0.00
30 Kabupaten Maluku Tengah 9.00 N/A 0.00
31 Kota Jayapura 29.50 N/A 0.00
32 Kabupaten Jayapura 9.50 N/A 0.00
Total number of local sanitation management units 32.00 N/A
supported by IUWASH PLUS
To-date % average increase of the local sanitation 34.27 N/A
management unit performance index

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ANNEX 23: NUMBER OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS WITH IMPROVED WASH SERVICE DELIVERY
PERFORMANCE (OUTCOME C2-4)
Scoring % Increased LG Performance

No City/ District Remarks


Baseline PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY-
2016 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

A North Sumatra
1 Kota Medan 74.00 N/A 0.00
2 Kabupaten Deli Serdang 52.00 N/A 0.00
3 Kota Pematang Siantar 53.00 N/A 0.00
4 Kota Sibolga 50.00 N/A 0.00
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi 53.00 N/A 0.00

B West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab.Tangerang


6 Kota Bogor 61.00 N/A 0.00
7 Kabupaten Bogor 52.00 N/A 0.00
8 Kota Depok 63.00 N/A 0.00
9 Kota Bekasi 74.00 N/A 0.00
10 Kabupaten Karawang 58.00 N/A 0.00
11 Kabupaten Tangerang 72.00 N/A 0.00
12 DKI Jakarta 0.00 N/A 0.00

C Central Java
13 Kota Surakarta 75.00 N/A 0.00
14 Kota Magelang 67.00 N/A 0.00
15 Kabupaten Magelang 66.00 N/A 0.00
16 Kota Salatiga 75.00 N/A 0.00
17 Kabupaten Sukoharjo 58.00 N/A 0.00

D East Java
18 Kota Surabaya 63.00 N/A 0.00
19 Kabupaten Sidoarjo 54.00 N/A 0.00
20 Kabupaten Gresik 71.00 N/A 0.00
21 Kota Probolinggo 63.00 N/A 0.00

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Scoring % Increased LG Performance

No City/ District Baseline PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- PY- Remarks
2016 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

22 Kabupaten Probolinggo 56.00 N/A 0.00


23 Kabupaten Lumajang 52.00 N/A 0.00
24 Kota Malang 69.00 N/A 0.00

E South Sulawesi/ East Indonesia


25 Kota Makassar 74.00 N/A 0.00
26 Kabupaten Barru 29.00 N/A 0.00
27 Kabupaten Bantaeng 46.00 N/A 0.00
28 Kabupaten Bulukumba 49.00 N/A 0.00
29 Kota Ternate 42.00 N/A 0.00
30 Kabupaten Maluku Tengah 33.00 N/A 0.00
31 Kota Jayapura 47.00 N/A 0.00
32 Kabupaten Jayapura 36.00 N/A 0.00
Total Local Government supported by IUWASH PLUS 32.00 N/A
To-date % average increase of Local Government 55.84 N/A
performance index

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ANNEX 24: SUMMARY OF ACHIEVEMENT OF NEW/REVISED POLICY DEVELOPMENT TO IMPROVE
WASH SERVICE (OUTCOME C2-5)
Type No. Achievement of WASH Policy Date of
N City/
of of Subject of Policy Development Policy Remarks
o District
Policy Policy PY1 PY2 PY3 PY4 PY5 Signing
A. North Sumatra
1 Kota Medan Perwali 1 Domestic wastewater On Discussion on tariff rates between OPD
management and tariffs going and PDAM and supported by USAID
IUWASH PLUS.
2 Kabupaten Perbup 2 Establishment wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS will support the
Deli Serdang management UPTD going preparation of Academic Review and
Perkada Draft.
B. West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab. Tangerang
3 Kabupaten Perbup 3 PPRG On Perkada draft is reviewed for its legal
Bogor going substance by Legal Section of Setda.
USAID IUWASH PLUS continues to
oversee the Office of Women
Empowerment, Child Protection,
Population Control and Family Planning
both in process and substance.
4 Kota Bogor Perda 4 Domestic Wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS will support the
Management going in depth review related to PDAM plan so
that PDAM can manage the wastewater.
USAID IUWASH PLUS will initiate
workshop by inviting all relevant OPDs
5 Kabupaten Perbup 5 Domestic wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS has supported
Tangerang management going Perkada Draft yet, it it needs refinement
and adjustment with the Permen PUPR
no. 4/2017.
6 DKI Jakarta Pergub 6 Domestic Wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS provides inputs
Management - On site System going substantially to Pergub Draft to PDPAL

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Type No. Achievement of WASH Policy Date of
N City/
of of Subject of Policy Development Policy Remarks
o District
Policy Policy PY1 PY2 PY3 PY4 PY5 Signing
and Bureau of Environment of DKI
Jakarta.
C. Central Java
7 Kabupaten Perbup 7 Domestic wastewater On The Academic Review and the Perkada
Sukoharjo management going Draft have been discussed by the team
for Perkada preparation, which further
prepares the Official Notes to be
reviewed by the Legal Section. If there is
no revision then just waiting for approval
by the Regent.
8 Kota Perwali 8 Wastewater tariffs On Discussion of tariff rates between OPD
Surakarta going & PDAM. USAID IUWASH PLUS will
support PDAM in presenting tariffs to
the Mayor, including assisting PDAM to
meet with the DPRD for approval.
D. East Java
9 Kabupaten Perda 9 Domestic wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS has assisted in
Sidoarjo management going the preparation of Academic Manuscript
Draft and Perda Draft. The process is
hampered by the discussion of Academic
Manuscript Draft and Perda will be
discussed.
Perbup 10 Establishment wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS has assisted the
management UPTD going preparation of Academic Review Draft
and will prepare Perkada Draft.
10 Kabupaten Perbup 11 Establishment wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS will assist the
Probolinggo management UPTD going preparation of Academic Review Draft
and Perkada Draft.

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Type No. Achievement of WASH Policy Date of
N City/
of of Subject of Policy Development Policy Remarks
o District
Policy Policy PY1 PY2 PY3 PY4 PY5 Signing
11 Kota Malang Perda 12 Perda Kota Malang No.2 Com 6 USAID IUWASH PLUS has assisted the
Tahun 2017 tentang plete Februari preparation of Academic Manuscript
Pengelolaan Air Limbah 2017 Draft and Perda Draft
Domestik

E. South Sulawesi/ East Indonesia


12 Kabupaten Perda 13 Perda Kab. Bantaeng No.7 Com 31 Juli USAID IUWASH PLUS has assisted the
Bantaeng Tahun 2017 tentang plete 2017 preparation of Academic Manuscript
Penyertaan Modal Pemerintah Draft and Perda Draft.
Daerah kepada PDAM
Perbup 14 Perbup Bantaeng No.26 Tahun Com 31 Juli USAID IUWASH PLUS has assisted the
2017 tentang Penyesuaian plete 2017 preparation of Academic Review Draft
Tarif Air Minum & Non Air and Perkada Draft
Minum Pada PDAM
13 Kota Perda 15 Domestic wastewater On USAID IUWASH PLUS has supported
Ternate management going the revision for Academic Manuscript
Draft and Perda Draft.
14 Kabupaten Perda 16 Domestic wastewater On USAID IUWAS PLUS encourages DPU
Maluku management going to develop tim for preparing Ranperda
Tengah and include it in the Program for Perda
establishment (Propemperda).
Total new/revised policy development to improve WASH service 3
Total target of the new/revised policy development to improve WASH service 35
To-date achievement of new/revised policy development to improve WASH service 8.57%

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ANNEX 25: PERCENT CHANGE IN BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FOR WASH BY TARGETED LOCAL
GOVERNMENTS (OUTCOME C2-6)
Total Budget Appropriations for WASH by Targeted Local Governments (in Million IDR)
No City/ District Baseline Year Year Year Year Year Remark
Year 2014 Year 2015 Year 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
A North Sumatra
1 Kota Medan 34,023.5 27,736.8 51,106.4
2 Kabupaten Deli Serdang 18,459.4 49,610.5 31,359.1
3 Kota Pematang Siantar 3,737.6 5,141.9 4,534.3
4 Kota Sibolga 2,755.7 6,628.6 10,762.7
5 Kota Tebing Tinggi 3,676.4 6,479.2 7,323.3

B West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab.Tangerang


6 Kota Bogor 10,845.9 4,684.0 63,549.2
7 Kabupaten Bogor 36,504.0 34,691.4 64,626.3
8 Kota Depok 15,905.0 28,901.3 14,088.3
9 Kota Bekasi 7,479.5 40,206.2 91,868.7
10 Kabupaten Karawang 11,039.5 26,739.1 23,263.0
11 Kabupaten Tangerang 108,836.1 91,355.4 87,832.4
12 DKI Jakarta

C Central Java
13 Kota Surakarta 2,561.8 3,846.2 22,305.2
14 Kota Magelang 1,360.9 662.8 2,493.7
15 Kabupaten Magelang 6,730.6 1,783.1 5,455.4
16 Kota Salatiga 5,265.1 11,478.7 15,863.4
17 Kabupaten Sukoharjo 7,206.4 1,810.0 12,227.8

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Total Budget Appropriations for WASH by Targeted Local Governments (in Million IDR)
No City/ District Baseline Year Year Year Year Year Remark
Year 2014 Year 2015 Year 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
D East Java
18 Kota Surabaya
19 Kabupaten Sidoarjo
20 Kabupaten Gresik - 19,961.3 28,013.8
21 Kota Probolinggo 5,561.2 7,929.5 5,227.1
22 Kabupaten Probolinggo 13,923.8 54,354.1 28,623.5
23 Kabupaten Lumajang 6,658.0 9,047.8 15,073.6
24 Kota Malang 35,444.7 52,662.3 52,442.6

E South Sulawesi/ East Indonesia


25 Kota Makassar 18,862.2 24,188.3 48,548.1
26 Kabupaten Barru 4,400.0 5,807.6 15,459.1
27 Kabupaten Bantaeng 5,166.2 5,778.9 27,789.8
28 Kabupaten Bulukumba 3,844.4 7,614.5 12,780.1
29 Kota Ternate 3,577.5 4,250.4 8,797.2
30 Kabupaten Maluku Tengah 12,947.6 11,506.3 21,820.4
31 Kota Jayapura 6,253.3 15,895.7 15,411.6
32 Kabupaten Jayapura 7,621.8 9,893.0 -

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ANNEX 26: AMOUNT OF FUNDING LEVERAGED THROUGH WASH FINANCING SUPPORT
(OUTCOME C3-6)

Type of Funding Amount Amount


City/
No Program Title Partners Involved Sources (Public Leveraged Leveraged Remarks
District
or Private) (IDR) (USD)

West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab.Tangerang


1 Kabupaten Program on Dinas Kesehatan and Public funding 900,000,000.00 66,666.67 The funding is from APBN DAK Year 2017 for
Tangerang Domestic BAPPEDA Kabupaten (APBN DAK) grant program of domestic wastewater treatment
Wastewater Tangerang with on-site system. IUWASH PLUS assisted LG
Treatment with of Kabupaten Tangerang in preparing grant
On-site submission documents, supported in advocacy and
Sanitation technical assistance on DED and budgeting plan of
System the system (septic tank with 2 chambers), and
coordinated with all stakeholders in
implementation and monitoring of the program.
Total amount of funding leveraged through WASH financing support during this reporting period $ 66,666.67
Total amount of funding leveraged through WASH financing support in PY1 $ 66,666.67
To-date of amount of funding leveraged through WASH financing support $ 66,666.67
Total target over the life of project $ 40,000,000.00
To-date percentage of amount of funding leveraged through WASH financing support 0.17%

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ANNEX 27: NUMBER OF WASH KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTS DEVELOPED (OUTCOME C4-2)
Type of WASH
Type of
No City Title of Product Sector of knowledge Description of Product
Products
products
West Java/DKI Jakarta/Tangerang
1 DKI Jakarta Panduan Praktis IEC materials Water supply, sanitation, This book gives guidance on Participative Assesment and
Pengkajian Partisipatif dan behavior change & Triggering, including condition mapping, transect walk, focus
Pemicuan marketing group discussion (FGD) and action planning. It offers
guidance on how to discuss diarrhea transmission using the F-
Diagram. It can be used by sanitarians, cadres, and
community leaders in implementing participative assesment
and triggering.
Total number of WASH knowledge products developed during this reporting period 1
Total number of WASH knowledge products developed in PY1 1
To-date number of WASH knowledge products developed 1
Total target over the life of project 20
To-date percentage of number of WASH knowledge products developed 5%

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ANNEX 28: NUMBER OF WASH KNOWLEDGE EVENTS/WORKSHOP HELD (OUTCOME C4-3A.)
Actual Cost
Par

Starting Date
% Fe Budget
Ins

End Date
tici

Location
N male (Rp) Trai
Type

City Title Topic pant truc Travel Total Follow Up Action


o nee
tion
174
24.60 299,175, 20,493 25,505, 220,621
140 % 000 ,928
,622,
000 ,728
800
West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab.Tangerang
1 W Kota GIS Training, Introduction of basic Horiso 7/10/ 7/14/ 17 30.7 91,400, 6,479, 65,17 4,800, 76,456 Implementation of GIS technology in
ork Beka Introduction and and fundamental n 2017 2017 7% 000.00 278. 7,000 000.00 ,278. PDAM by preparing its support
sh si Development of understanding, function Hotel 00 .00 00 system starting from understanding
op SPAM Spatial and usefulness of GIS and basic concept of GIS for PDAM
Data for WJDT technology as well as staff, preparation of regulation,
USAID the preparation and institutional formation through
IUWASHPLUS development of SPAM preparation of GIS team to preparing
Regional, Horizon spatial data to improve GIS implementation strategy in
Hotel July 10 - 14 PDAM service quality PDAM involving staff and
2017 management of PDAM
Central Java
2 Tra Kab. Operation and Capacity building of Hotel 8/14/ 8/16/ 48 14.2 92,535, 6,102, 67,47 10,780 84,357 Determination of commitment from
ini Ma Maintenance KSM in operations and Puri 2017 2017 9% 000.00 700. 5,000 ,000. ,700. all parties who will be involved in
ng ge Training (O & M), maintenance, Asri 00 .00 00 00 Communal SPAM program that is
Co lang Institutional, institutional Kota starting from the community that will
urs Financial development, financial Magela be incorporated in KSM management,
e Administration, management and ng design planning and funding by DPU
and Gender for equality of involvement Perkim as the main implementer,
Communal KSM- of men and women in construction that will involve DPU
BPSPAM (Direct community-based Perkim with KSM, operation and
Connections) water supply maintenance training will involve
management system USAID IUWASH PLUS, and in terms
of institutional strengthening of KSM
by USAID IUWASH PLUS together
with Pokja AMPL

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Actual Cost
Par

Starting Date
% Fe Budget Ins

End Date
tici

Location
N male (Rp) Trai
Type

City Title Topic pant truc Travel Total Follow Up Action


o nee
tion
174
24.60 299,175, 20,493 25,505, 220,621
140 % 000 ,928
,622,
000 ,728
800
3 Tra Kota Traning of RPAM Introduction to RPAM Hotel 9/19/ 9/20/ 15 13.3 8,500,0 650,0 4,104 3,025, 7,779, Involvement of GIS Team and
ini Ma Operator Sumber, Operator, Atria 2017 2017 3% 00.00 00.00 ,000. 000.00 000.00 Planning in SPAM and network
ng ge Assessment with Komunal, Konsumen Kota 00 surveys along with potential issues
of lang POKJA AMPL- Concepts, provision of Magela such as disaster risk and pollution,
Tra RPAM in Kota technical capability and ng mapping SPAM and survey results
ine Magelang assessment and drawing schematic of SPAM Tuk
rs methodology of Pecah
catchment area
determination and
utilizing GIS application
for assessment of
RPAM Operator
East Java
4 Tra Kab. GIS Training to GIS capacity building of PDAM 7/25/ 7/27/ 19 31.5 7,300,0 1,993, 3,348 2,300, 7,642, Conduct preparation of RPAM
ini Lu support RPAM PDAM staff so they Lumaja 2017 2017 8% 00.00 950. ,750. 000.00 700.00 operator for all service units and align
ng ma operator able to develop spatial ng 00 00 management needs with RPAM
Co jang facilitation for data that meets the meetin guidelines for PDAM performance
urs PDAM Kab. criteria and perform g improvement including with the
e Lumajang the required GIS room development & implementation of
analysis on the RPAM GIS programs across network
assistance program systems

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Actual Cost
Par

Starting Date
% Fe Budget Ins

End Date
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Management of system as improvement Makasa PUTR Office and submission of
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to Makasar City motivation for IPAL legal section for preparation of
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DPRD to keep IPLT
improving in domestic Kota
waste water Makasa
management r
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6 Ad Kota Workshop of A common Ruang 7/27/ 7/27/ 25 38.8 19,110, 3,168, 6,750 2,250, 12,168 Launching of CSR program related to
vo Ter CSR Partnership understanding of Perte 2017 2017 9% 000.00 000. ,000. 000.00 ,000. the development of infiltration ponds
ca nate for Water Supply Ternate City's water mu 00 00 00 in October 2017 and preparation of
cy and Sanitation and sanitation an Pokja AMPL as a CSR partnership
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in Ternate City introduction of the
on July 27, 2017 Corporate Social
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concept and practice
and the principles of
“Rumah Bersama CSR“
Total number of WASH knowledge events or workshops held during this reporting period 6
Total number of WASH knowledge events or workshops held in PY1 6
To-date of number of WASH knowledge events or workshops held 6
Total target over the life of project 60
To-date percentage of number of WASH knowledge events or workshops held 10.00%

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ANNEX 29: NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS INCREASED KNOWLEDGE FROM THE KNOWLEDGE EVENTS
AND WORKSHOPS HELD (OUTCOME C4-3B.)
No. of
No City Event Participant Name Institution Address Phone Evaluation
Participant
West Java/ DKI Jakarta/ Kab.Tangerang
1 Kota Bekasi Pelatihan GIS, 1 Amroza PDAM Kota Tangerang Kota Tangerang 081295027655
Pengenalan dan 2 Ramanda Widyanti PDAM Kabupaten Tangerang Kabupaten Tangerang 085716502013
Pengembangan
3 Meliyani Hidayat PDAM Kabupaten Tangerang Kabupaten Tangerang 085216914786
Data Spasial
SPAM untuk 4 Dedi Mulyadi PDAM Kota Bogor Kota Bogor 08128403290
PDAM 5 Suci Sri utami S PDAM Kota Bogor Kota Bogor 08122141285
IUWASHPLUS 6 Dimas Yanuar PDAM Kabupaten Bogor Kabupaten Bogor 082123337222
Regional Jaw Participant
7 Fauzi Rahman PDAM Kabupaten Bogor Kabupaten Bogor 081380902659
Barat, DKI & knowledge of what
Tangerang, 8 Rizat Aldy PDAM Kota Bekasi Kota Bekasi 082126552699 was discussed
Hotel Horizon 9 Afdel Fornain PDAM Kota Bekasi Kota Bekasi 08179928799 increased by 2.7%
10 – 14 Juli 10 Agung Rahmatullah PDAM Karawang Kabupaten Karawang 081282489650 (comparison of
2017 average pre and
11 Meita T PDAM Karawang Kabupaten Karawang 085642274237
post test)
12 Yogi Hilmawan PDAM Kuningan Kabupaten Kuningan 085321711165
13 Muhammad Ery S PDAM Kota Depok Kota Depok 087775449417
14 Abdul Manaf PDAM Kota Depok Kota Depok 089692310888
15 Adam Safitri Kota Cirebon Kota Cirebon 085320822250
16 Fadhli Maulana PDAM Kota Cirebon Kota Cirebon 081223913992
17 Anjas Riki Trainer Kabupaten Bekasi 081284945156
Central Java
2 Kabupaten Pelatihan 18 M. Khusni Mubarok KSM Sutopati - Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang 085727364917
Magelang Operasional dan 19 Sholekan KSM-Sidomulyo-Secang Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A
Pemeliharaan Participant
20 Maryanto KSM-Donomulyo Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A
(O&M), knowledge of what
Kelembagaan, 21 M. Sholikun KSM-Donomulyo Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A was discussed
Administrasi 22 Dhurori KSM-Donomulyo Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A increased by 37.9%
Keuangan, dan 23 Didik H KSM-Sidomulyo-Secang Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A (comparison of
Gender untuk average pre and
24 Musiron KSM-Sutopati-Kajoran Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang 085292378946
KSM-BPSPAM post test)
Komunal 25 Ahmad Rifai KSM-Sawang Argo-Salaman Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A
26 M. Rofik KSM-Sawang Argo-Salaman Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A

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No. of
No City Event Participant Name Institution Address Phone Evaluation
Participant
(Direct 27 Muhsin Edi Suryanto KSM-Sutopati-Kajoran Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A
Connections) 28 Rohmadi KSM-Sawang Argo-Salaman Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A
29 Bambang HS KSM-Sutopati-Kajoran Kab. Magelang Kabupaten Magelang 085292368946
30 Basori, ST Dinas Pekerjaan Umum (DPU) Kab.Magelang Kabupaten Magelang N/A
31 Dwi Misbahul Munir KSM-Blotongan-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
32 Taufiqurrohman KSM-Tingkir Tengah-Tingkir Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085640546061
33 Daryanto KSM-Kutowinangun Lor-Tingkir Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
34 Jayadi KSM-Bugel-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
35 Hery Darmanto KSM-Blotongan-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085727067352
36 Nayiri KSM-Blotongan-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 0857997311959
37 Adi Rudiyanto KSM-Sidorejo Lor-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085640183769
W. Terang Arga
38 KSM-Randuacir-Argomulyo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 082313174995
Sanjaya
39 Jamuri KSM-Mangunsari-Sidomukti Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085640025167
40 Kriyanto KSM-Bugel-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085800682254
41 Armanto KSM-Kutowinangun Lor-Tingkir Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
42 Sodikin KSM-Blotongan-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085640654042
43 Ahmad Kuri KSM-Sidorejo Lor-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 08157625682
44 Ngatimin KSM-Mangunsari-Sidomukti Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 082326157775
45 M A. Thohir KSM-Tingkir Tengah-Tingkir Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085640312837
46 Andri Setiawan KSM-Cebongan-Argomulyo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085640819666
47 Masluky KSM-Blotongan-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
48 Ahmad Yaslan KSM-Sidorejo Lor-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 081575375756
49 Suratno KSM-Cebongan-Argomulyo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085226255909
50 Suwar KSM-Mangunsari-Sidomukti Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085642739439
51 M. Muslichin KSM-Tingkir Tengah-Tingkir Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085740036306
52 Istoqomah KSM-Blotongan-Blotongan Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
53 M. Fauzi KSM-Blotongan-Blotongan Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
54 Ashar Arisandi KSM-Blotongan-Blotongan Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085886599918
55 Suparno KSM-Bugel-Sidorejo Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 085728042426
56 Mujiono DPKP Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga N/A
57 Ilham Sulistiyana PDAM Kota Salatiga Kota Salatiga 081510498467

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No. of
No City Event Participant Name Institution Address Phone Evaluation
Participant
58 Daryanto KSM-Tegalharjo-Jebres Kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 082242848406
59 Margono KSM-Tegalharjo-Jebres kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 08812942678
60 Kristianti KSM-Tegalharjo-Jebres Kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 082314753800
Dengu Badmayana
61 KSM-Tegalharjo-Jebres Kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 08995649974
Dewi
62 Dwi Lestari KSM-Tegalharjo-Jebres Kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 085867619349
63 Siswanto KSM-Tegalharjo-Jebres Kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 027652796
64 Bekti Dharmayani Disperum KPP Kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 08985228778
65 Ratna Tri Utami Program KOTAKU Kota Surakarta Kota Surakarta 085867931165
3 Kota Magelang Traning of 66 Adi Wahyono DPUPR Kota Magelang 085228068116
Assesment
67 Gancang Wicaksono DPUPR Kota Magelang N/A
RPAM
Operator with 68 Edy Wibowo DLH Kota Magelang 081578126817
POKJA AMPL- 69 Agus Pratanto Dinas Kesehatan Kota Magelang 081578024833
RPAM Kota 70 Christina Heni PDAM Kota Magelang 085867479912
Magelang Participant
71 Sukardi PDAM Kota Magelang 085729242530 knowledge of what
72 Ismiyati PDAM Kota Magelang 085868171837 was discussed
73 Saepul Widayat PDAM Kota Magelang 085743975275 increased by 8.3%
(comparison of
74 Sarwo Edy Wibowo PDAM Kota Magelang 0811256480
average pre and
75 Hendri Eko Saputro PDAM Kota Magelang 085713729494 post test)
76 Suroso PDAM Kota Magelang 08562555880
77 Ragil Budi Raharjo PDAM Kota Magelang 085643212154
78 Mulyono PDAM Kota Magelang 085602092342
79 Tri Raharjo PDAM Kota Magelang 08122757358
80 Ardiyanto Mada Y. PDAM Kota Magelang 081567753539
East Java
4 Kabupaten GIS Training to 81 Muchamad Ali PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085257162701 Evaluation of
Lumajang support RPAM 82 Bayu Wahyu N PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 081233447000 participant
(operator) knowledge was
83 Lukman Hakim PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085330737808
facilitation for done through
PDAM Kab. 84 Udiyanto PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085331438731
questionnaire. The
Lumajang 85 Slamet PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085230795468 results showed that
86 Arik Prawijiandari PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 082231003922 participants gained

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No. of
No City Event Participant Name Institution Address Phone Evaluation
Participant
87 Kamil PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 081249715459 new GIS
88 Septauyanti PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085257645638 experience and
knowled that can
89 Waskito PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085258636720
be integrated into
90 Hakimul PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085252684099 the PDAM
91 A. Muris PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 085330217505 information system
92 Abdullah PDAM Kabupaten Lumajang 081217096009 in technical,