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.

IndII Phase I Programming at a Glance

1. Water and Sanitation
    Water: Improving the external environment to ensure better governance of, and investment in, PDAMs by local governments (LGs)

  • $A20 million WSI grants program to incentivise qualifying LG investments in PDAMs
  • Improving external governance of PDAMs in NTB/NTT using social contracts with LGs
  • Empowering community based water providers to roll out new rural connections
  • Designing a Water and Sanitation Service Index (WSSI) to incentivise improved performance by LGs

    Sanitation: Building a pipeline of new investments in wastewater

  • Wastewater water planning in 8 cities
  • $A5 million WSI grants to incentivise qualifying LG investments in Wastewater companies
  • $A6 million IEG grants to build sanitation facilities in 30 cities
  • Preparation of various wastewater and solid waste projects

2. Transport
    Roads: Building the policy and institutional framework and capacity for safer roads and more effective road management

  • Road safety audits, crash reduction program and road safety capacity building and socialisation program (manuals, DVDs) with DG Highways
  • Reform of institutional framework governing national roads (MTEF/PBB, procurement and contracting, RMIS update, road design standards, national master planning)
  • Analysis for improved road planning, finance and development at the LG level

    Non-roads: Planning and institutional frameworks for new sector laws

  • National port masterplan and planned port authority pilot
  • Railways masterplan, regulatory framework for special railways
  • Air transport masterplan and strategic framework for Open Skies policy
  • Grants and planning for improved busway design and implementation in selected cities

3. Policy and Investment
    Policy: Assisting with a range of other regulatory and institutional reforms

  • National framework for Hibah conditional grants for infrastructure
  • Policy framework analysis for public service obligations
  • Infrastructure planning in Papua and West Papua
  • Policy and institutions for land acquisition for PPPs in infrastructure
  • Reform of bandwidth pricing and licensing and DGPT IT and finance systems reform
  • Risk-based methodology in internal audit function at Ministry of Public Works (MPW)

    Investment: Facilitating loans and private investment for infrastructure

  • Assisting PDAMs to access loans through improved "bankable" business plans
  • Planning and facilitation for the Jatiluhur and Umbulan Springs projects