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<ul><li><p>ManagingMunicipalSolidWasteThroughAccelerationProgramin</p><p>IndonesiaIndonesia</p><p>APresentationatTheInternationalTrainingWorkshopforNationalPolicyFrameworkonMunicipalWaste</p><p>ManagementinIndonesia</p><p>Presentedby:MaraitaListyasari,ST,MM</p><p>NationalPlanningAgency,Bappenas</p><p>242millionofPopulationasof2009,49%liveinurbanareas.242millionofPopulationasof2009,49%liveinurbanareas.</p></li><li><p>TypicalUrbanSolidWasteManagementin Indonesia (2007)inIndonesia(2007)</p><p>Collectedonlyby40%householdinurban</p><p>area</p><p>98%offinaldisposalsiteareopendumping</p><p>DifficulttofindavailablespaceforTPA</p><p>area</p><p>3Rinitiativeshavebeeni l t d b t tInsufficientLGsbudget</p><p>allocation</p><p>implemented,butnotintegratedandstill</p><p>sporadic</p><p>FutureVision</p><p>Year2007:d f l d l bWastetransportedtofinaldisposalsite=40%HHinurbanareas</p><p>Year2015</p><p>A t 80% h h ld i b Accessto80%householdinurbanareas; Reductionof20%wastes FinalDisposalArearevitalizationintosanitarylandfillsystem</p><p>4</p></li><li><p>CurrentStatus</p><p>Evaluationsaidthat:</p><p>Th i lli t</p><p>Waystoachievethetarget:</p><p>Pl i t Therearesomemisallignmentfromnationaltoprovincialanddistrict level</p><p>Planningsystem: Document:Longterm,mid</p><p>term and short term districtlevelMusrenbangconsiderednotsoeffectivetorunbottomup</p><p>termandshortterm Level:National,provincial,</p><p>districtplanningManystakeholdersdothesameti b t t di t d</p><p> Mechanism:Musrenbangfromvillageleveltoti l l l actionsbutnotcoordinated</p><p>Therearesomeopportunitiestouse many funding resources but</p><p>nationallevelStakeholders:Government,NGO university donor private usemanyfundingresourcesbut</p><p>somehowdidntworkMonev:notlinkedwith</p><p>NGO,university,donor,private,etcFunding:heavilyrelyon</p><p>5</p><p>budgetingmechanismgovernmentbudgetMonev:LT,MT,ST</p><p>Strategies (1)Strategies(1) Strengthen coordination among stakeholders;Strengthencoordination amongstakeholders;tostrengththeplanningandimplementationof the programsoftheprograms Amongministries/dinas/projectsinnational/provincial/district level Pokja AMPLnational/provincial/districtlevel PokjaAMPL(WSESWorkingGroup)</p><p> Among donors Sanitation Donor GroupsAmongdonors SanitationDonorGroups Amongallstakeholders(governments,NGO,private media universities etc) Jejaring AMPLprivate,media,universities,etc) JejaringAMPL(WSESNetwork)</p></li><li><p>WSESWorkingGroup</p><p>STEERINGCOMMITTEE</p><p>HEADOFPOKJAPOKJAAMPL</p><p>Divisionof</p><p>AdDivision</p><p>f</p><p>Divisionof</p><p>CoordiDivisionofCommu</p><p>Divisionf</p><p>Divisionof</p><p>M itDivisio</p><p>fAdvocacyandPolicyDissemination</p><p>ofWaterSupply</p><p>nationandNetorking</p><p>nityEmpowerment</p><p>ofBudgeting</p><p>MonitoringandEvaluation</p><p>nofSanitation</p><p>working</p><p>Strategies (2)Strategies(2) Preparetheroadmaph hi hhowtoachievethetarget Indentified Sanitation</p><p>AirLimbah Persampahan</p><p> IndentifiedSanitationProblem::</p><p>Wastewater 226citiesSolid waste 240 cities</p><p>63 80</p><p>57</p><p>87</p><p>Solidwaste 240citiesDrainage 100cities</p><p> Settingthepriorityandprogram staging accordingly</p><p>19 16</p><p>8programstagingaccordingly Target2014:</p><p>330CitiescompleteCSS160 Ci i l d h</p><p>8Drainase</p><p>160Citiesalreadyhaveimplementedsignificantsanitationinvestment</p><p>Jumlah kota denganpermasalahan sanitasi</p></li><li><p>The ResultsThe Results: Sectoral (APBN) &amp; Decentralized BudgetThe ResultsThe Results: Sectoral (APBN) &amp; Decentralized Budget (DAK) for sanitation have increased significantly.</p><p>Strategies(3) Revitalizeplanningmechanism (comprehensive;combiningtopdownandbottomup;basedonreliable data done by the community and thereliabledata;donebythecommunityandthegovernmentitself) Start from advocacy to Provincial Government then Startfromadvocacy toProvincialGovernment,thenDistrictGovernment</p><p> Followedbytakingsomeassessment onsanitationy gconditionasbaselinedataandsetprioritiesbasedondegreeofriskinessDevelop City Sanitation Strategy (CSS) which DevelopCitySanitationStrategy (CSS),whichcontainedvision,mission,policy,programandstrategyhowtoachievethetarget notonlyresultb l b l b d f linbetterplanningbutalsocanbeusedasportfolioto</p><p>getnewfunding Implement the CSS by physical and/or nonphysicalImplement theCSSbyphysicaland/ornonphysicalinvestment</p></li><li><p>PPSP t t (2010 PPSP t t (2010 2014)2014)PPSP targets (2010 PPSP targets (2010 2014)2014)</p><p>1Open Deficaton Free (ODF)</p><p>(70 millon people 10% offsites)(70 millon people, 10% offsites)</p><p>223R practices (20%) &amp; </p><p>sanitary landfills (242 sites)</p><p>3Reduced inundation </p><p>(100 strategic sites, 22.500 Ha)</p><p>PPSP: Staging and Targetting the CitiesPPSP: Staging and Targetting the Cities</p><p>City Target</p><p>PPSP:StagingandTargettingtheCitiesPPSP:StagingandTargettingtheCities</p><p>StagingCityTarget</p><p>Responsibility2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014</p><p>C i d ti CG P i i lCampaign,education,advocacy,andassistance 41 49 62 72 82 (100)</p><p>CG,ProvincialGovernment,Donors</p><p>InstitutionalandR l ti D l t 41 49 62 72 82 (100)</p><p>CG,ProvincialG tRegulationDevelopment 41 49 62 72 82 (100) Government</p><p>FormulationofCitySanitationStrategis(CSS) 24 41 49 62 72 82 LocalGovernment</p><p>FormulationofProgramMemorandum 3 21 35 45 56 65 CG</p><p>CG ProvincialImplementation 3 24 59 104 160 CG,ProvincialGovernment,LGs</p><p>Monitoring,Assistance, 27 65 108 166 232 307 CG,Provincialo to g, ss sta ce,andEvaluation 27 65 108 166 232 307CG, o c aGovernment</p></li><li><p>Cities/DistrictwithCSSin2010</p><p>ISSDP1stPhase Banjarmasin</p><p>ISSDP2ndPhase Batu</p><p>WESUNICEF Ambon</p><p>MSMHP Yogyakarta</p><p>OtherCitiesBandaAceh</p><p>PPSP201041ImplementingCitiesj</p><p> Blitar Denpasar Jambi Payakumbuh Surakarta</p><p>Batu BukitTinggi Kediri Padang Pekalongan Tegal</p><p>Ambon Jayapura(Dist.) Jayapura Makassar</p><p>Yogyakarta Medan Makassar</p><p>ESPUSAID Medan</p><p>ManadoPekanbaruMalangSemarang</p><p>p g</p><p>g Medan Malang(Dist.)</p><p>LocationofPPSP</p><p>Districtswhicharereadytodotheinvestmentby2011</p><p>DistrictswhichstillpreparingCSSin2011</p></li><li><p>SedangMenyusunSSK:Kota/KabupatenPPSP2010</p><p>1.AcehTimur(Dist.) 15. Bekasi 28 Brebes (Dist )( )2.AcehBarat(Dist.)3.Lhokseumawe4.Langsa5 T b S i (Di t )</p><p>15.Bekasi16.Cirebon17.Purworejo(Dist.)18.Cilacap(Dist.)</p><p>( )</p><p>28.Brebes(Dist.)29.Bantul(Dist.)30.GnKidul(Dist.)31.Samarinda</p><p>5.TobaSamosir(Dist.)6.TebingTinggi7.DeliSerdang(Dist.)8.MuaraEnim(Dist.)</p><p>19.Jepara(Dist.)20.Rembang(Dist.)21.Semarang22 Kebumen (Dist )</p><p>32.Balikpapan33.Purbalingga(Dist.)34.Banjar(Dist.)35.Sanggau(Dist.)( )</p><p>9.Palembang10.Prabumulih11.Serang12 Solok</p><p>22.Kebumen(Dist.)23.Brebes(Dist.)24.Jombang(Dist.)25.Surabaya</p><p>gg ( )36.Singkawang37.Tabanan(Dist.)38.Buleleng(Dist.)49 M t12.Solok</p><p>13.Bandung14.Bogor</p><p>26.Probolinggo(Dist.)27.Malang28.Sleman</p><p>49.Mataram40.Purworejo(Dist.)41.TanahDatar(Dist.)</p><p>SiapBerkomitmenMelakukanPenyusunanSSKdalamPPSP2011</p><p>1.Kab.AcehTenggara2 Kab Aceh Besar</p><p>43. Kab.LombokTimur44 Kab Lombok Utara</p><p>22. KotaTasikmalaya23 Kota Banjar2.Kab.AcehBesar</p><p>3.Kab.Bireun4.Kab.Pidie5.Kab.AcehTamiang</p><p>44. Kab.LombokUtara45. Kab.Bima46. Kab.SumbawaBesar47. Kab.SumbawaBarat</p><p>23. KotaBanjar24. Kab.Banyumas25. Kab.Banjarnegara26. Kab.Klaten</p><p>6.Kab.Karo7.KotaTanjungBalai8.KotaBinjai9 Kab Pesisir Selatan</p><p>48. Kab.LombokBarat49. Kab.Ketapang50. Kab.KubuRaya51 Kab Barito Kuala</p><p>27. Kab.Sukoharjo28. Kab.Sragen29. Kab.Blora30 Kab Kudus9.Kab.PesisirSelatan</p><p>10.Kab.Sijunjung11.Kab.Pasaman12.KotaSawahlunto</p><p>51. Kab.BaritoKuala52. Kab.TanahTumbu53. KotaBanjarBaru54. Kab.KotaBaru</p><p>30. Kab.Kudus31. KotaMagelang32. Kab.Blitar33. Kab.Probolinggo</p><p>13.KotaPariaman14.Kab.Agam15.KotaPagaralam16 Kab Musi Rawas</p><p>55. Kab.Pasir56. Kab.KutaiTimur57. KotaTarakan58 Kota Bontang</p><p>34. Kab.Pasuruan35. Kab.Sidoarjo36. Kab.Madiun37 Kab Bojonegoro16.Kab.MusiRawas</p><p>17.Kab.Bangka18.Kab.Pandeglang19.KotaSerang</p><p>58. KotaBontang59. Kab.Berau60. Kab.PenajamPaserUtara61. Kab.KutaiBarat</p><p>37. Kab.Bojonegoro38. Kab.Lamongan39. KotaPasuruan40. Kab.Gresik</p><p>20.KotaDepok21.KotaCimahi</p><p>62. KotaParePare63. KotaTangerangSelatan</p><p>41. Kab.Gianyar42. Kab.Karangasem</p></li><li><p>Strategies (4)Strategies(4) Mobilizealternativeof AdvocacyMaterialfunding Advocacy toparliament( h i h</p><p>Books&amp;Magazines:PERCIK &amp; PERCIK YUNIOR(togetherwith</p><p>Provincial/DistrictWSESWorkingGroup)</p><p>PERCIK&amp;PERCIKYUNIORItsNotaPrivateMatterAnymore!g p)</p><p> CSSasbasisforLGtogetmatchingprogramf C t l</p><p>Anymore!TheSanitationBusiness:100millionCostumersA it YfromCentral</p><p>Governmentordonoragencies</p><p>AwaitYou</p><p>EMarket: LinkupbetweenprivateandsanitationissuesCSR for sanitation</p><p>E Market:ListofPotentialCSRfundedprogramsandactivities( f CSS)CSRforsanitation (excertsfromCSS)</p><p>The ResultsThe Results: LG's sanitation budgets increased by 300%</p><p>APBD=LocalBudget</p></li><li><p>Strategies (5) &amp; (6)Strategies(5)&amp;(6) Monitoring and EvaluationMonitoringandEvaluation</p><p> Notonlyprojectbase,butWSESprogramLi k ith b d t h i f Linkupwithbudgetmechanism performancebasedbudgeting</p><p> Knowledgemanagement Collectingofmodules,bestpracticesandlessonCo ect g o odu es, bes p ac ces a d essolearnedfromallprojects/stakeholders</p><p> Disseminate and offer to other LGs which areDisseminate andoffertootherLG swhichareinterestedinimplementingtheprogram/activities</p><p>Conclusions and RecommendationsConclusionsandRecommendations</p><p> Itsnotyourbusinessanymore!! Comprehensive planning and implementationComprehensiveplanning andimplementationarekeysfortargetachievement</p></li><li><p>ThankYouVeryMuchThankYouVeryMuchyy</p></li></ul>