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Development Partner Roundtable on Sustainable Sanitation in Asia
20 September 2018
Tokyo

Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Presentation

“ IsDB Approach for Achieving Sanitation for All”

By
Sami Ahmad Faruqi
Head of Social Infrastructure Global Practice,
Islamic Development Bank
Ongoing/ planned initiatives / achievements (using the categories for SDG 6 report)
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IsDB Foot Print in Water & Sanitation Sector
Ongoing/ planned initiatives / achievements (using the categories for SDG 6 report)
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Active Portfolio (USD 6.0 billion) / Distribution by Sector /
Regions
Leadership/Enabling Factors/Institutional arrangements at the national/ subnational level for sanitation
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v Internal v External in MCs:
• IsDB 10 Years Strategy • Institutional development to address
• Structural Reform scattered responsibilities at different
levels of Agencies/ Utilities
• Establishment of Sector Global
Practices • Reverse Linkage approach to address
disconnect between Planning and
• Development of Sectoral Policies and Financial Resources
Operation Plan
• Partnerships for innovative financing
• Decentralization and better serving the mechanisms
client from 11 Regional HUBs
• Community engagement for
• Alignment with SDGs
sustainability
• Value Chain Approach
• Scholarships to build capacity for
• Enhanced Focus on Results delivery in Sectors
Financing/Business models for sustainable sanitation
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Innovation towards scaling sanitation to 80% by 2030, to achieve in SDG Target 6.2
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Sanimas Community Based Sanitation Approach
in Indonesia Results by 2020:
Objectives is to address the health issues induced by open • The level of sewerage coverage
defecation and poor sanitation by providing community based increased from 51% to 63%;
infrastructure for sanitation in 1,800 locations across 46 cities and • 14.5 million people with over 3.5
across 8 provinces with a demand responsive approach. million households provided sanitation
Duration: 5 Years facilities and raised awareness on the
WASH practices;
IDB Financing: USD 100.0 million
• Financial sustainability of the public
Co-financiers (Gov.): USD 17 million
sanitation facilities are ensured
Total Project Cost: USD 117.0 million through setting up revolving funds for
maintenance; nominating caretaker
Executing Agency: Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) - Implement
for routine maintenance, etc.;
Agency is Directorate General of Human Settlements (DGHS).
Project Components: • 20,000 new jobs created within the 8
provinces during the construction of
A. Community Sanitation Infrastructure (Open Menu) the Community Sanitation
1) Construction of public bathing, toilets and washing facilities; Infrastructure.
2) Construction of communal sewerage systems and wastewater
treatment plants; Impacts by 2025:
3) Implementation of disposal/reuse systems.
Significant reduction of water borne
B. Institutional Capacity Building diseases & cholera outbreaks in the
project areas; Reduction of Open
C. Consultancy Services for PMC (Regional & National), and Defecation drawbacks on health.
M&E
D. Project Management Unit
Innovation towards scaling sanitation to 80% by 2030, to achieve in SDG Target 6.2
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WAEMU RURAL WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROJECT:
Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal, Guinea Bissau, Cote d’Ivoire and Niger
Duration - 5 Years
IsDB Financing - USD 12.5 mln. (each country); Total IsDB – USD 87.50
mln.
Co-financiers (Gov.) - USD 1.2 million (each country)
Total Project Cost - USD 109.74 million
Triple-Win in action: IsDB - West African Economic & Monetary Union
(WAEMU) and 7 IsDB MCs
Executing Agency - Ministries Responsible for Water Supply and Sanitation
- AGETIP - PMC except CIV (ONEP)
Project Objective is increase the proportion of the rural population with
access to improved drinking water source and sanitation facility in the
WAEMU.
The key results of the project are:
• 10% reduction in time for fetching water;
• Increase by more than 900,000 the rural population with access to
improved drinking water sources;
• Increase by more than 120,000 the rural population with access to
improved sanitation facilities.
Project Components:
A. Construction of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructures :
• Water points, kiosk, mini water systems, multi-villages,
• Supervision of works and
• Sanitation infrastructures (public and individual)
B. Rural Community Capacity Development Activities
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