Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/wmkx34

FINAL REPORT F E B R U A R Y

17 March 2021

Summary

In December 2019, considering the rapid evolution in the sanitation sector and to identify new strategic directions for sanitation investments, the Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) and IsDB invited the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) to collaborate in conducting an independent evaluation of decentralised wastewater management and sanitation sector, with a special focus. [...] The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is pleased to support and collaborate with the Government of Indonesia and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) on this independent evaluation of the decentralised wastewater management and sanitation sector, with a special focus on SANIMAS as one approach for decentralized sanitation in Indonesia. [...] This evaluation aims to assess the success and limitations of the SANIMAS approach; to assess the 7 2 lessons learned from the IsDB and the other SANIMAS Funding for Co- investment programs; and assess the feasibility of Implementation Management introducing an updated SANIMAS or a next phase of the program as a sustainable approach for providing OVERALL decentralised sanitation in future sanitati. [...] Given the range of governance, economic and the findings of the most relevant examples for each socio-cultural contexts and the diversity of sanitation aspect summarised. [...] The aim was to investigate their motivations to use and Field Inspection connect to the sanitation facilities, their perspectives 29 Quantitative 59 ‘Observations’Observations Checklist on the user’s involvement in project stages, the accessibility and acceptability of facilities, and the ‘Composite benefit for their families and neighbourhoods.

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