Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Apr 27, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Apr 20, 2020
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According to the bank document, the project aims "to strengthen the capacity of participating cities to prepare integrated spatial plans and prioritized capital investments that incorporate environmental considerations. Expected measurable outcomes of the project at the concept stage are as follows:
1) City is utilizing spatially and environmentally informed integrated planning;
2) City and community investment prioritization frameworks include attention to environmental considerations; and
3) Increased capacity of cities to prepare high-quality subprojects that enhance environmental considerations including the achievement of Global Environmental Benefits (GEBs) (*).
Sub-indicators will be developed in the results framework during preparation to ensure the effectiveness of the project monitoring and evaluation framework including indicators on citizen engagement and gender, as relevant.
(*) Global Environment Benefits (GEBs) as defined by GEF are as follows: biodiversity GEBs refer to the conservation and sustainable use of globally significant biodiversity, and climate change GEBs refer to the sustainable mitigation of the concentration of anthropogenic greenhouse gases (GHG) in the atmosphere.
Global Environment Facility (GEF) (non-World Bank Group financing) US$ 15.87 million
Gayatri Singh, Adri Asmoro Laksono Poesoro, Evi Hermirasari
Senior Urban Development Specialist
Republic of Indonesia
Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS)
Tri Dewi Virgiyanti
Director of Urban, Housing, and Settlements
Director of Environmental Affairs
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