Program to Accelerate Agrarian Reform (One Map Project) (WB-P160661)

  • Indonesia
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  • World Bank (WB)
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Voting Date
Jul 18, 2018
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Ministry of Finance
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  • Agriculture and Forestry
  • Law and Government
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Investment Amount (USD)
$ 200.00 million
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Project Cost (USD)
$ 240.00 million
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Primary Source

Original disclosure @ WB website

Updated in EWS Mar 27, 2019

Disclosed by Bank Jan 3, 2017

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Project Description

The Program to Accelerate Agrarian Reform (One Map Project) for Indonesia is to establish actual land rights and land use at the village level in the target areas.

There are three components to the project:

1/ The first component being participatory mapping and agrarian reform to produce village level parcel boundary maps in the project target areas, record all land right claims, and facilitate land rights regularization and registration in the Electronic Land Administration System (eLand)/ This component will also cover all legal rights including communal rights, and joint and individual ownership registration for women.

2/ The second component aims to create the geospatial data infrastructure for environmental and natural resource management. The objective of this component is to improve the access to and the availability of geospatial information for agrarian reform, land and tenure rights regularization and administration, and environmental and natural resource management in the target provinces.

3/ The third component is  Project Management, Institutional Development and Monitoring, which seeks to ensure efficient implementation of the Project; full inclusion and transparency in the project conduct, and compliance with the World Bank’s safeguards policies; and improve the institutional capacity and operational framework to implement participatory mapping based on regular community consultations and practical experiences from piloting innovative approaches and technologies.

Investment Description
  • World Bank (WB)

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) US$ 200.00 million

National Government  US$  40.00 million

Project Cost               US$ 240.00 million

Contact Information

1/World Bank
Mika-Petteri Torhonen
Lead Land Administration Specialist
Iwan Gunawan
Sr Natural Resources Mgmt. Spec.

Ministry of Finance

3/Implementing Agencies
Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning / National Land Agency (ATR/BPN)
Name: Sofyan Djalil
Title: Minister

Geospatial Information Agency; Badan Informasi Geospasial (BIG)
Name: Prof. Dr. Hasanuddin Zainal Abidin
Title: Head
Email: info@big.go.

The World Bank
1818 H Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20433
Telephone: (202) 473-1000


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