According to AIIB website, the project aims to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19 and to strengthen national systems for public health preparedness in Indonesia.
The proposed program to be supported under the COVID-19 Crisis Recovery Facility (the Facility) is being co-financed with the World Bank (WB) and has been designed in accordance with the WB's Policy on Program for Results (PforR). The adoption of PforR design will facilitate a rapid response to the current health emergency.
Senior Investment Operations Specialist, AIIB
Senior Health Specialist, World Bank
Scenaider C.H. Siahaan
Director of Loans and Grants, Ministry of Finance
Bayu Teja Muliawan
Head of Bureau of Planning and Budgeting
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF AIIB
The AIIB has established the Accountability Mechanism for Project-Affected People (PPM). The PPM provides “an opportunity for an independent and impartial review of submissions from Project-affected people who believe they have been or are likely to be adversely affected by AIIB’s failure to implement the ESP in situations when their concerns cannot be addressed satisfactorily through Project level GRMs or AIIB Management processes.” Two or more project-affected people can file a complaint. Under the current AIIB policy, when the bank co-finances a project with another development bank, it may apply the other bank's standards. You can refer to the Project Summary Information document to find out which standards apply. You can learn more about the PPM and how to file a complaint at: https://www.aiib.org/en/about-aiib/who-we-are/project-affected-peoples-mechanism/how-we-assist-you/index.html.
The complaint submission form can be accessed in Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Bengali, Chinese, English, Tagalog, Hindi, Nepali, Russian, Turkish, or Urdu. The submission form can be found at: https://www.aiib.org/en/about-aiib/who-we-are/project-affected-peoples-mechanism/submission/index.html.