The Project will support the implementation of a sewerage system development project (SSDP) in Banda Aceh, Bekasi and Mataram. The project supports (i) rehabilitation and construction of offsite and on-site systems, (ii) establishment of effective service delivery system, and (iii) the implementation of public awareness campaigns. 2.
The objective of the project preparatory technical assistance (PPTA) is to design the SSDP focusing on the following outputs: (i) confirm recommended policy actions and identify the support that may be provided through the loan; (ii) design a result based component of the loan that can support: infrastructure development; policy, legal and institutional reforms; and leverage local government spending in sanitation; (iii) develop public awareness campaigns on hygiene promotion and sanitation; (iv) assessment of climate risk vulnerability and identify adaptation and mitigation options, (v) confirmation of the overall Project’s financial and economic viability, and (v) confirmation of safeguard documents.
Project Officer: Diana G. Connett
Southeast Asia Department, ADB
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