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Citarum and IWRM: A Guinea Pig for ADB

by: Hamong Santono (KRuHA) and Diana Goeltom (debtWATCH Indonesia) Citarum, a river 270 km long, is one of the important rivers in Java. Millions of people, especially those who live in Jakarta, are dependent on this river for their needs in agriculture and industry, and for their supply of clean water. Without the Citarum River, Jakarta would …

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Access to Clean Water : A Problem for Indonesia

Oleh : Hamong Santono Access to clean water is one of Indonesia’s biggest problems. According to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Report 2007, published by the National Development Planning Board, piped water is accessible to 30.8 percent of households in the country’s cities and 9 percent in its villages. Such figures show the limitations of …

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Privatisasi PAM Jaya: Studi Kasus di Jakarta Bagian Timur, Indonesia

Oleh : Nur Endah Shofiani* Pada penghujung tahun 1994, hanya 36 persen dari 67 juta jiwa penduduk kota Indonesia yang memiliki akses ke air bersih. Diperlukan modal yang besar untuk diinvestasikan di sektor air. Oleh karenanya, untuk menarik minat investasi swasta, pemerintah Indonesia (GoI) memulai perubahan (transformasi) PDAM menjadi industri pelayanan yangberorientasi pelanggan dan menetapkan …

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