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Indonesia - Groundwater Development Project (Inglês)

The outcome of the project is rated unsatisfactory, sustainability is unlikely, and both performances by the Bank, and Borrower, were unsatisfactory. Major objectives - poverty alleviation in less developed regions, and, appropriate technology for groundwater resources - were not fully met, furthermore, a participatory approach was not followed rigorously, allowing only limited beneficiary involvement. Lessons drawn from the project indicate the need for project design, to be at par with the implementation capacity of the designated institutions, to avoid operational, and management difficulties, including drastic restructuring, during implementation. Stakeholders involvement should occur early on, to ensure realistic objectives, particularly in the adoption of new technologies. The complexity of the project, which also involved geographically dispersed activities, could have achieved successful results, had it been implemented at a more decentralized level, with more responsive coordination, and management. Likewise, intensive supervision from the Field Office would enable a proactive Bank/Borrower interaction. Further lessons call for specific quality control, technical assistance provision, successful diversification of crop production, under strong ownership, and inter-sectoral coordination mechanisms.


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    Indonesia - Groundwater Development Project

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