The objective of the Five Cities Water Supply Project is to increase water supply and extend the water distribution systems in five cities in Indonesia.
The Staff Appraisal Report for this project describes how a considerable portion of the total urban population in Indonesia lives in cities with no public water supply. The objective of the Five Cities Water Supply Project is to increase water supply and extend water distribution in five cities: Malang, Purwokerto, Banyuwangi, Jambi, and Samarinda. The project will include well drilling, construction of river intake facilities, pumping stations, treatment plants, transmission and distribution facilities, installation of new service connections, public standpipes and bathhouses, and the improvement of existing services.
April 3, 1969
The mission's purpose was to review the water supply situation and discuss possible Bank activities in the water sector (1787023).
July 26, 1974
The memo contains a list of participants and a description of decisions made (30363339).
Oct. 17, 1974
The press release includes a thorough description of the project and its development as well as an appendix in the form of a "Technical Data" sheet (30363340).
Indonesia's former Minister of Public Works discusses the country's water sector on pages 2-3 and 17-20 of the transcript.
The boy is filling water from a faucet for home use in Jakarta, Menteng Tenggulun (1723678; Credit: The World Bank).
The woman is doing laundry near a new drainage ditch in Jakarta, Meteng Tenggulun (1723678; Credit: The World Bank).
P003747: Approved Oct. 15, 1974
The project profile contains an overview of the project, financial details, and a list of project documents and archival record folders related to the project.
The report evaluates the completed project and describes implementation issues. The Project Completion Report, also included, describes the project's impacts.
The report discusses Indonesia's water sector and provides a detailed description of the project.