The development objective of the National Program for Community Empowerment in Rural Areas Project for Indonesia is to rural locations to benefit from improved local governance and socio-economic conditions. T
The objective of the Urban Sector Development and Reform Project for Indonesia is to improve urban services in the participating urban local governments (ULGs). The restructuring will: (a) cancel US$6.565 million of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) loan amount, and (b) reallocate proceeds between disbursement categories. The restructuring does not affect project co-financing from the Policy and Human Resources Development (PHRD) Grant.
The objectives of the Dam Operational Improvement and Safety Project for Indonesia are to: (i) increase the safety and the functionality with respect to bulk water supply of large ministry of public works-owned reservoirs; and (ii) strengthen the safety and operational management policies, regulations and administrative capacity of ministry of public works
Improving access to drinking water and sanitation services for poor rural communities especially in underdeveloped villages and communities in the suburbs (peri-urban). In more detail PAMSIMAS program aims to:
The objective of the project are to strengthen governance, promote growth and improve service delivery in some of the poorest districts of Indonesia: through (1) strengthening of local participation in development planning , (2) promote private investment and job creation; and (3) increase in the utilization of effective education, health, and dispute resolution services
The overall objective is to ensure that the urban poor benefit from improved socio-economic and Local Governance Conditions.
The Project for Managing Higher Education for Relevance and Efficiency seeks to create an enabling environment for the evolution of autonomous, and accountable public higher education institutions (HEIs), and to develop effective support mechanisms for the improvement of the quality, relevance, efficiency, and equity of higher education.
To contribute to the improvement of the overall quality and performance of teachers through enhancing teachers' knowledge of subject matter and pedagogical skills in the classroom.
The Third Water Supply and Sanitation for Low Income communities Project for Indonesia aims to increase the number of low-income rural and peri-urban populations accessing improved water and sanitation facilities and practicing improved hygiene behaviors.
The main components of the project are as follows:
COMPONENT 1: STRENGTHENING FARMER-DRIVEN EXTENSIONThis is the core component of FEATI and will include the following sub-components: (i) Policy-support for implementation of the new Extension Law (ii) Farmer-Managed Activities (FMA) Grants (village, district, province) (iii)