According to ADB website, the program will support the Government of Indonesia in implementing its irrigation improvement program (IIP), 2015-2025, which advances the overarching agenda of food security and rural poverty reduction through increased and improved water delivery. The focus of the ADB support will be on improving irrigation system operation, maintenance, and water delivery to farmers. The program will finance a time slice of the government’s IIP in 74 districts. The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is providing parallel financing to the Ministry of Agriculture for improved delivery of agricultural services to maximize the benefits of the irrigation improvements.
According to bank documents, this project is co-financed by the ASEAN Infrastructure Fund and the World Bank:
ASEAN Infrastructure Fund -- Loan 8327-INO: Integrated Participatory Development and Management of Irrigation Program --- US$ 100.00 million
World Bank --- Loan: Integrated Participatory Development and Management of Irrigation Program --- US$ 28.00 million
Indonesian Government--- US$ 1,051 million
Project Officer: Eric Quincieu
Southeast Asia Department, ADB
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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