IndII is currently in its second program phase, which will finish end-January 2017. The first phase of IndII was completed in June 2011 with a full wrap-up of the program at the Phase I Concluding Event. Click here to view a summary table of IndII phase 1 activities, and here for a summary table of planned activites in phase II.

Water PPP (Project Private Partnership) Project/PDAM Financing

PDAM photo (Water PPP project)IndII is providing support to various stakeholders in the water sector to enhance their skills and capabilities in infrastructure financing.

Water Public Private Partnerships

IndII contributes to the long-term infrastructure development of Indonesia by providing financial knowledge, experience and structuring capabilities for the provision of private sector-financed infrastructure to the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs (CMEA) and Directorate General of Human Settlements (DGHS). IndII has provided advisory assistance on the Jatiluhur-Jakarta water treatment plant and distribution pipeline project and to the city of Palu for private sector participation in a proposed water treatment plant for the Special Economic Zone and Pantoloan Port water project.

Financial Reform of PDAMs

The objective of this $6.2 million program is to assist PDAMs to prepare commercially-financeable business plans to promote greater sustainability in their efforts to increase the distribution of piped drinking water. This activity is part of an initiative that aims to contribute to an improved national Water Supply System in achieving a coverage ratio of 100% of urbanised areas by 2019, to enhance the delivery of piped water supply services to meet the basic need of all people of at least 60 litres per day and to support national economic growth. IndII's step-by-step approach for PDAM business and governance plan development is already available in templates and a toolkit form. The PDAM program has resulted in 20 bankable business and governance plans; a join investment in the PDAMs by both central and local governments; assistance to local government/PDAMs for Ministry of Finance (MoF) approval for GoI interest rate subsidies and a partial guarantee (guarantee from both central and local government); and on-time repayment of commercial bank loans by the PDAM in Lombok Timur for 5 straight years.