According to the bank website,the project objective is to improve irrigation services and strengthen management of irrigation schemes in selected areas. This objective will be achieved through rehabilitation and modernization of irrigation systems; institutional strengthening and improved management, operation and maintenance of these systems. The project will support the rehabilitation of at least 100,000 hectares of irrigated command area. The project has 4 components:
Component A: Urgent Rehabilitation and Infrastructure Improvements, The Government has identified a preliminary list of 41 irrigation schemes, with a total of 335,268 hectares, spread across 11 provinces and 12 balais or river territories.
Component B: Strategic Infrastructure Modernization focus on Jatiluhur Irrigation Scheme, which is served by the Citarum River in Java
Component C: Modernization of Management Systems
Component D: Institutional Modernization and Empowerment
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank US$ 250 million
Government of Indonesia US$ 78 million
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