Aceh, Sumatra Utara, Sumatra Barat, Riau, Jambi, Sumatra Selatan, Bengkulu, Lampung, Bangka Belitung, Jawa Barat, DKI Jakarta, Banten, Kalimantan Barat
Start of project
The project aims to provide basic sanitation services that will improve health and livelihood of communities and to increase the public awareness about Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). The Community Driven Sanitation will help addressing the health issues induced by open defecation and poor sanitation by providing community based infrastructure for sanitation in 13 provinces with a demand responsive approach.
The overall specific objectives of the project are: to increase the number of households in 13 provinces connected to an improved sanitation facilities, to install functional but easy to use and maintain wastewater treatment plants in 13 provinces; to improve the disposal of sewage and sludge and to eliminate any potential contamination for human being and the environment, and to train local communities in maintaining these facilities.
The project is in line with the IDB Vision and Mission of 1440H, which lays high emphasis on achieving comprehensive human development through poverty alleviation and improving health. The project is in line with Indonesia MCPS (2011) and the country strategy with the Medium Term Plan aiming to eliminate open defecation by 2014.
The principal development objective of the project is to support the higher education strategy of the GOI (2015 – 2019), which aims at improving national competitiveness through innovation in Higher Education (HE).
The IDB Group and the Government of Indonesia are collaborating to improving the access and quality of teaching and learning at the Universitas Negeri Padang (UNP – State University of Padang), West Sumatera, as a part of its Humanitarian Emergency Response and Rehabilitation Package for the Earthquake in Sumatera, Indonesia.
The Support to the Development of the Islamic Higher Education (IHE) in Indonesia project involves four State Institutes of Islamic Studies (IAIN), namely IAIN Sumatera Utara (Medan, North Sumatera), IAIN Raden Fatah (Palembang, South Sumatera), IAIN Walisongo (Semarang, Central Java) and IAIN Mataram (Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara.