According to the bank document, the project aims to reconstruct and strengthen public facilities and safer housing in selected disaster-affected areas. The project consists of 3 components:
Component 1. Resilient reconstruction and strengthening of public facilities. This component will finance civil works for rehabilitation, reconstruction and structural strengthening of public facilities to improve seismic performance and safety, reduce disaster vulnerability, increase climate resilience, and improve functionality and service standards. Public facilities such as schools, health facilities, markets, and government offices are eligible for financing under this component.
Component 2. Resilient construction of permanent housing units and settlement infrastructure. This component will finance civil works for construction of up to 15,000 permanent core housing units to the project’s resilience standards in safe resettlement sites and related settlement infrastructure and community facilities to relocate disaster-displaced households. Affected communities will be engaged from the beginning of the relocation process with special emphasis on the participation of women and vulnerable community members. This component will also support communities in the reconstruction of homes that meet seismic risk mitigation standards in safer locations.
Component 3. Project implementation support. This component will finance the costs of expert consultants and community facilitators throughout the project cycle to strengthen the Government’s capacity—at both the central and subnational level—on post-disaster recovery. It could also include the development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), technical guidelines, and operational manuals.
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) US$ 256.20 million
Contact: George Soraya. Lead Municipal Engineer
Contact: Marcus John Jin Sarn Lee. Sr Urban Economist
Contact: Yong Jian Vun. Infrastructure Specialist
Ministry of Finance
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Ministry of Public Works and Housing
Contact: Basoeki Hadimoeljono
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