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Indonesia - TA on Village Transfers : Village Law - Technical Evaluation of Infrastructure Built with Village Funds : Main Report (Inglês)

The Village Law, enacted in 2014, mandated the transfer of funds to villages with the goals of reducing poverty and improving living standards in villages through village-led development and community empowerment. Village Law (VL) builds on Indonesia’s 17-year history of participatory and community-driven development (CDD) approaches such as under the Kecamatan Development Project (KDP) and Program Nasional Permberdayaan Masyarakat (PNPM). The changes consequent upon the closing down of PNPM and its replacement by Village Law transfers (Dana Desa and Alokasi Dana Desa) and implementation arrangements, form a critical backdrop to the Evaluation of Infrastructure Built with Village Funds. Poor design and construction were major contributors to the poor overall quality of water supply projects. Water supply projects were least likely to be constructed according to technical specifications, with more than 30 percent of projects rated below specifications. Water supply projects are complex from an engineering perspective, but project files showed little evidence of technical support. In 93 percent of cases the water supply project files contained no construction notes, no final inspection form signed by an engineer, and in 86 percent of cases there was no as-built record drawing. Finally, the technical evaluation looked at the cost of village infrastructure as compared with expected cost of inputs in the district. For the most part, village implemented projects were implemented at costs quite close to estimated district unit costs. Only for water systems and asphalt roads were costs significantly (around 25 percent) above those estimated by the field assessors.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Whimp, Kathy, Haerudin,Ihsan

  • Data do documento

    2019/06/28

  • TIpo de documento

    Report

  • No. do relatório

    AUS0001049

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Indonésia,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/07/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Main Report

  • Palavras-chave

    operations and maintenance; Environmental and Social Safeguard; water supply and irrigation; site selection procedure; quality of water supply; Environmental and Social Impact; quality of supervision; local market price; water supply system; participation of woman; procurement training course; quality of infrastructure; annual inflation rate; irrigation and drainage; central government authority; intergovernmental transfer system; Public Financial Management; Early childhood education; participation in planning; central government program; infrastructure project finance; transfer of fund; planning and design; sense of ownership; data entry process; public works area; area of infrastructure; maintenance of infrastructure; quality rating; village committee; infrastructure quality; block grant; construction material; construction quality; procurement process; specific issue; infrastructure design; project quality; procurement committee; government sector; random selection; irrigation infrastructure; public asset; infrastructure planning; process use; local costs; construction supervision; village communities; infrastructure spending; government representative; market cost; public meeting; land acquisition; physical inspection; construction methodology; professional engineer; generally well; procurement practice; water system; asphalt road; village group; governance arrangement; village planning; proper accounting; roof structure; approved plan; public tap; environmental condition; construction plans; public resource; virtuous cycle; community fora; transfer arrangement; inspection visit; subsidiary right; construction period; exchange rate; Exchange Rates; Technical Training; annex annex; environmental safeguard; market rate; price fluctuation; concrete road; evaluation methodologies; quality measure; remote community; village development; technical inspection; standard design; budget datum; support system; field data; quality assessment; gravel road; selection procedures; village road; community procurement; public fund; noncommercial purposes; field visits; public input; meeting attendance; aggregate revenue; land transfer; local revenue; toilet facility; technical component; performance information; specific performance; government administration; village fund; aggregate component; classification system; environmental environmental; village leadership; financial accountability; community participation; village condition; technical standard; price list; community empowerment; living standard; material quality; official estimates; built road; regulatory change; indonesian rupiah; assessment rate; safeguard mechanism; participatory governance; inflation factor; budget figures; building material; village school

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