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TitleWells, taps and toilets : safe water and sanitation for Eastern Indonesia
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsAustralian Agency for International Development -Canberra, ACT, AU, AusAid
Secondary TitleQuality assurance series / AusAID
Volumeno. 17
Paginationxii, 108 p. : 2 box., 1 map, photogr., 29 tab.
Date Published1999-11-01
PublisherAusAID Australian Agency for International Development
Place PublishedCanberra, ACT, Australia
ISSN Number0642422125
Keywordsenvironmental sanitation, evaluation, impact assessment, implementation, indonesia nusa tenggara barat, projects, safe water supply, sdiasi, sdiman, sustainability

Project evaluation report based on a desk review in Canberra in December 1998, a field mission to Indonesia (24 January-26 February 1999) and a community survey carried out in late 1998 of the Nusa Tenggara Barat - Environmental Sanitation and Water Supply Project (NTB-ESWS) project area. The first section of the report provides an overview of the NTB-ESWS Project undertaken jointly by the Governments of Australia and Indonesia in the period 1991-1996 within the framework of Australia’s international development co-operation program managed by AusAID. The second section outlines the implementation performance of the NTB-ESWS Project, covering activities from project identification through to project completion as relevant to implementation efficiency. The third section provides an assessment of the impacts of the different components of the project, and related contextual issues of concern to AusAID, such as good governance and poverty alleviation, which are Key Result Areas in AusAID’s Corporate Plan and sustainability issues related to other project components (such as micro-finance). Section four assesses the sustainability of the water supply and sanitation components of the NTB-ESWS Project. Reference is also made to sustainability issues pertinent to the overall process of WSS development adopted in the project. The final section provides an overall assessment of the project, reviews lessons learned, and notes follow-up actions.

NotesSummary in English and Indonesian.
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