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Integrated Citarum Water Resources Management Investment Program - Project 1

Integrated Citarum Water Resources Management Investment Program - Project 1
Citarum River Basin (source: ADB.org)
Project information
Request number 2012/1
Project name Integrated Citarum Water Resources Management Investment Program - Project 1
Project number Loans 2500 & 2501(SF)-INO
Country Indonesia

Summary

The Integrated Citarum Water Resources Management Investment Program funds a range of interventions across the water sector that relate to water and land management necessary to pursue the introduction of integrated water resources management (IWRM) in the Citarum River basin (CRB). A road map (or strategic investment plan) has been developed that sets out the agreed interventions that will address IWRM key issues under the Investment Program. ADB and the Government of Indonesia are using the Multitranche Financing Facility to finance these agreed interventions up to 2023. The estimated cost of implementing the projects of the road map is $3.5 billion over 15 years, of which the Investment Program accounts for $921 million. The expected impact of the Investment Program is reduced poverty and improved health and living standards in the CRB, and the expected outcome is improved IWRM in the CRB.

Project 1 is the first of the four project tranches included in the Investment Program in which ADB will provide financial assistance and is the subject of this request for compliance review. Project 1’s estimated total cost is $103.4 million. Of this amount, ADB provided financing in December 2008 of $20.0 million from its ordinary capital resources (Loan 2500) and $30.0 million from the Special Funds resources [Loan 2501(SF)]. In addition, ADB arranged a GEF grant financing of $3.75 million (Grant 0216) in May 2008, which it administers. Project 1 will rehabilitate the 54 km Curug-Bekasi stretch of the West Tarum Canal (WTC). Other subprojects include: (i) water supply options for Bandung, (ii) the development of a basin river quality improvement strategy and action plans, (iii) watershed management and biodiversity conservation, (iv) land and water management, (v) support community- and NGO-driven initiatives for improved water supply and sanitation, (vi) institutional strengthening for IWRM, and (vii) program management. The rehabilitation of WTC, with the main objective of improving the flow and quality of water that provides about 80% of the surface water supply to Jakarta will involve involuntary resettlement of people living alongside the canal.

Progress Report

Steps and Milestones Date Remarks and Attachments
1. Filing of request
  Request in Bahasa Indonesia received by CRP Secretariat with requisite basic information 30 January 2012  
2. Registration and acknowledgement of request
  Registration of request 14 February 2012 Request for compliance review in Bahasa Indonesia, English translation [PDF]
  Notice of registration sent to Requester 14 February 2012 Notice of Registration in English, in Bahasa Indonesia [PDF]
  Press advisory on registration of request 16 February 2012 Press Advisory [PDF]
3. Determination of eligibility of request
  Eligibility of request reviewed by CRP   Reviewed; Eligibility mission held on 20-22 February 2012
  CRP report on its review of eligibility submitted to Board 29 February 2012 CRP determines request is eligible and recommends to the Board to authorize compliance review.
  CRP informs Requesters of its decision 1 March 2012  
4. Board authorization of compliance review
  Board authorization of compliance review 21 March 2012  
  Receipt of Board authorization of compliance review 22 March 2012  
  Requesters informed of Board decision 22 March 2012  
  CRP report on eligibility and Board decision posted on website 22 March 2012 Report on Eligibility in English and in Bahasa Indonesia [PDF] ;
and Board's decision [PDF]
5. Conducting the compliance review
  CRP provides Draft TOR to BCRC for clearance 27 March 2012  
  BCRC's clearance of TOR 3 April 2012  
  TOR provided to the Board and the Requesters;
and posted on website
4 April 2012 Terms of reference in English and in Bahasa Indonesia [PDF]
  Investigation Completed  
6. CRP Draft Report
  Issued and sent to Management and Requesters 7 January 2013  
7. Management Response and Requester Response to CRP Draft Report
  Management Response received 5 February 2013  
  Requesters Response received 7 February 2013  
8. CRP Final Report
  Issued to the Board for final decision 18 February 2013  
  Requesters informed of issuance 19 February 2013  
9. Board's Decision
  Board Meeting 12 March 2013  
  Board's Decision 21 March 2013 Board's Decision [PDF]
  Board's Decision & CRP Final Report sent to Requesters and posted on website 10 April 2013 CRP Final Report in English and in Bahasa Indonesia [PDF] (Management Response and Requester's Response to CRP Draft Report are attached)
10. Post-decision Monitoring
  Draft 1st CRP Annual Monitoring Report forwarded to BCRC for review 16 March 2015  
  CRP 1st Annual Monitoring Report issued 24 April 2015 1st Annual Monitoring Report in English and in Bahasa Indonesia [PDF]
  Draft CRP Final Monitoring Report forwarded to BCRC for review 1 December 2015  
  CRP Final Monitoring Report issued 8 December 2015 Final Monitoring Report in English and in Bahasa Indonesia [PDF]