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Integrated Pro-poor Water and Wastewater Management in Small Towns Project Implementation in Serang District, Banten Province, Indonesia

Integrated Pro-poor Water and Wastewater Management in Small Towns Project Implementation in Serang District, Banten Province, Indonesia

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Published by Oswar Mungkasa
Presented at
the ESCAP Workshop on knowledge transfer and
capacity building for water and sanitation services in
Asia and the Pacific Bangkok, 17-19 February 2009
by Urban and Regional Development Institute and Serang District Authority
Presented at
the ESCAP Workshop on knowledge transfer and
capacity building for water and sanitation services in
Asia and the Pacific Bangkok, 17-19 February 2009
by Urban and Regional Development Institute and Serang District Authority

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Integrated Pro-poor Water andWastewater Management in Small TownsProject Implementation in SerangDistrict, BantenProvince, Indonesia
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Presented atthe ESCAP Workshop on knowledge transfer andcapacity building for water and sanitation services inAsia and the Pacific
Bangkok, 17-19 February 2009
Urban and Regional Development InstituteSerangDistrict Authority
 
Background
ESCAP is implementing the project “
Integrated Pro-PoorWater and Wastewater Management in Small Towns
”.The overall objective of the project is to assist localgovernments in small towns in developing andimplementing integrated water and wastewatermanagement systems.The project is being implemented on closely interlinkedregional and country-level tracks.Under the country-level track, ESCAP is assisting localgovernment offices in Serang District and City in Indonesiato introduce pro-poor and integrated water and wastewatersystems in partnership with the Urban and RegionalDevelopment Institute (URDI).
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Indonesia
The intervention in Indonesia is built on the existing District Working Group on
Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation (WSES)
or Pokja AMPL led bythe State Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) under theIndonesia Water Supply And Sanitation Policy Formulation and Action Planning(WASPOLA) initiative.In June 2003, six national ministries signed the Community-Based WaterSupply and Environmental Sanitation National Policy No. 23/2003.This policywas prepared in stages by a Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation(WSES) Working Group led by the National Development Planning Agency(Bappenas) and involving the Ministries of Home Affairs, Settlement andRegional Infrastructure, Health and Finance.In line with the spirit of decentralization and regional autonomy policies, theWSES Working Group accommodated inputs from local governments tofinalizea policy document and to determine how a national policy could beimplemented at the regional level.
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