According to ADB website, the project will provide piped water supply to about 200,000 poor people in peri-urbanized and poor areas in Indonesia. This will be done by (i) financing and constructing water intake and treatment facilities; (ii) building the capacity of local government and community organizations and associated agencies, to design, finance, operate and maintain the distribution system; and (iii) raising awareness with poor communities on the health benefits of piped and treated water supply to raise demand for piped water supply systems.
The government of Australia US$ 0.72 million
Project Officer: van Klaveren, Paulus B.
Southeast Asia Department
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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