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Indonesia - Water investment roadmap : 2011-2014 (Inglês)

Subsequent to the millennium declaration at the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2000, the Government of Indonesia is undertaking the largest program of investment in water supply in the last decade, aimed at attainment of the millennium development goals (MDGs) for access to a sustainable source of safe water by 2015 for about 68.8 percent of the population nationwide. Government as facilitator instead of implementer, water supply investments need a programming structure to draw out local government investment and to provide multiple funding sources to reach MDG targets. The overall plan involves funding from the private sector, corporations, other private sector participants, local governments, banks, and, in the case of community-based systems, households. This roadmap supports and follows the strategy of the Directorate General Cipta Karya (DGCK), Ministry of Public Works, dated March 2011 and updated in October 2011, that quantifies the production capacities, kilometers of pipe, and house connections required to reach the MDG targets in urban and rural areas by the end of 2014.

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