Indonesia National Slum Upgrading Project (WB-P154782)

  • Indonesia
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Financial Institutions
  • Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
  • World Bank (WB)
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Project Status
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Voting Date
Jul 12, 2016
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Government of Indonesia
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  • Construction
  • Infrastructure
  • Transport
  • Water and Sanitation
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Investment Type(s)
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Investment Amount (USD)
$ 216.50 million
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Loan Amount (USD)
$ 216.50 million
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Project Cost (USD)
$ 1,743.00 million
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Bank Documents
Primary Source

Original disclosure @ WB website

Updated in EWS Jun 19, 2020

Disclosed by Bank Jun 19, 2015

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Project Description

The National Slum Upgrading Project for Indonesia aims to improve access to urban infrastructure and services in targeted slums in Indonesia. The project includes five components:  

The first component: institutional and policy development will support institutional strengthening and capacity building of central government agencies (e.g., BAPPENAS, MPWH)responsible for the management of KOTAKU

The second component is about integrated planning support and capacity building for Local Governments and Communities The activities under this component will build the capacity of participating local governments to design and implement slum upgrading.

The third component: urban infrastructure and services investment support.

Component 4: Implementation Support and Technical Assistance: This component will finance implementation support and technical assistance to strengthen the capacity of staff of the PMU, provincial level government agencies, participating cities, participating kecamatans (districts), and participating kelurahans, including the hiring of NMCs, TMCs, and OSPs

Component 5: Contingency for Disaster Response: This component will finance preparedness and rapid response measure to address disasters, emergency and/or catastrophic events, in accordance with the applicable Emergency Response Operations Manual.

Investment Description

Borrower                                                                     US$ 1310.00 million
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development   US$  216.50 million
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank                             US$  216.50 million
Total                                                                            US$ 1743.00 million

Contact Information

1/World Bank

Contact: George Soraya
Title: Lead Municipal Engineer
Tel: 5781+3058 /

Contact: Evi Hermirasari

Title: Senior Urban Development Specialist
Tel: 5781+3246 /


Name: Ministry of Finance
Contact: Robert Pakpahan
Title: Director General of Budget Financing and Risk
Tel: 62213500841

3/Implementing Agencies

Name: Ministry of Public Works and Housing
Contact: Andreas Suhono
Title: Director General of Human Settlements
Tel: 0622172796155

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