Reflecting on eight years of implementing activities, collaborating with various stakeholders, and providing technical assistance for infrastructure development, the Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII) has conducted a lessons learnt workshop to review its approach to gender integration.
As part of IndII’s effort to support the revitalisation program of DKI Jakarta public bus transport, an awareness event was held on 24 August 2016.
Following the successful implementation of the first phase of Australia-Indonesia Infrastructure Grants for sanitation (sAIIG) program, Serang LG has received a payment of IDR. 1,112.000.000 (A$111,000) from the Ministry of Finance. A symbolic payment transfer was held in Serang on 11 August 2016.
On 10 August 2016, IndII and DGHS organised a one-day workshop with over 40 representatives from regional water companies (PDAMs) and the Regional Technical Implementation Unit for Wastewater Treatment (UPTD).
The Australian Government, through the Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII), and in partnership with the Indonesian Government, released the final reports from eight applied research innovations in water and sanitation at the Australia – Indonesia Infrastructure Research Awards (AIIRA) Culminating Conference held in Jakarta on July 21, 2016.