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00060044 Tsunami Recovery Waste Management Programme (TRWMP) Project Evaluation
Commissioning Unit: Indonesia
Evaluation Plan: 2011-2015
Evaluation Type: Project
Completion Date: 06/2014
Unit Responsible for providing Management Response: Indonesia
Documents Related to overall Management Response:
 
1. Recommendation: Recommendation 1: UNDP should continue act as the catalyst and focal point with the Government of Indonesia on improving waste management and stand ready to implement on behalf of the international community (e.g. in collaboration with International Financing Institutions) programmes to replicate the achievements made in the TRWMP. For example, a similar project in Jakarta may be a timely development
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP has been working with MOPW on designing national replication of TRWMP through a proposed new project called DRWMP (Disaster Resilience Waste Management Project).

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
a) Consultation with MOPW; b) Finalization of TOR for national replication consultant; c) Recruitment of consultant; d) Preparation of PCN; e) Preparation of Prodoc
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2013/12 Completed Formulation of concept framework for DRWMP and ToR for international WM consultant
2. Recommendation: Recommendation 2. UNDP should make provisions to see through to completion the construction and operation of the fourth sanitary landfill (Gunungsitoli).
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP is committed to complete the construction of Nias landfill in Gunung Sitoli. Maintain close coordination and consultation with MoPW for all technical issues in construction work to find best solution.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
a) Clarify the funding sources from MDF and FRC and their corresponding timeframe. MDF finished in 2012 but FRC could be brought forward to 2013. b) Prodoc extension beyond 2013 c) Adjustment of contract deliverables and time frame for construction work to address the proposed technical modification. d) Completion of physical construction e) Transfer of asset to government.
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2013/12 Completed Finding a reputable contractor to work in Nias was not easy. After a series of open bidding failed to bring on a contractor, UNDP pursued a direct contracting with PT Waskita Karya who had experience constructing Blang Bintang Regional Landfill in Aceh. The weather condition through out the construction work period was unfortunate due to the heavy precipitation rate in Nias Island. Some technical modifications have to be made for the construction work method to conform with the existing site condition and needs of local government. Maintain advocacy and coordination to MOPW, MOF, and internally to UNDP since TRWMP is implemented with DIM modality.
3. Recommendation: Recommendation 3. There remains an active risk of regression in some districts whereby waste management practices could revert back to open dumping. The UNDP should agree with the Ministry of Public Works the measures to intervene in such locations. In addition, good working relations should be maintained with the waste management operations by the Joint Secretariat at Blang Bintang to seek their engagement as local mentors to assist those districts where regression is identified.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

Establishment of UPTD for Blang Bintang Regional Landfill. Monitor and escalate the emerging issue to the Project Board mechanism to identify the necessary interventions.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Establishment of UPTD for Blang Bintang Regional Landfill. Monitor and escalate the emerging issue to the Project Board mechanism to identify the necessary interventions.
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/03 Completed MoPW was quite concerned about the improper management of district landfill and emphasized to the local government to undertake improvement and the ministry provided technical assistance to the local government in landfill operational and management training. The MoPW sent a formal letter about this issue to the LG.
4. Recommendation: Recommendation 4. UNDP should continue to work with national ministries to achieve national certification for the waste management training modules, actively promote their use and disseminate them widely.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP to consult MOPW on continuation of certification

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Meet with MOPW
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/01 Completed MOPW will follow up internally on certification standard on waste management.
5. Recommendation: Recommendation 5. UNDP should continue its engagement with national ministries to clarify the method by which districts can present their landfill designs for consideration for funding under the forthcoming Accelerated Infrastructure Project. The design packages should also be offered to other districts as a starting point for the upgrading of landfill disposal in their areas.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP will transfer the DED (Detailed Engineering Designs) to MOPW to be considered for funding.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Liaise with MOPW for asset transfer, both goods and services. DED documents will be part of services to be transferred.
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/01 Completed Maintain advocacy and coordination to settle asset transfer (BAST) mechanism with MOPW, MOF, and internally to UNDP since TRWMP is implemented with DIM modality
6. Recommendation: Recommendation 6. The livelihoods from waste recycling, including the promotion of school garbage banks and utilising NGO support, are obviously replicable to other parts of Indonesia. UNDP is encouraged to seek opportunities to build these activities into its forthcoming programmes.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP will consider the 3R (reduce, reuse, and recycle) initiatives in the future waste management program

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
3R component is included in DRWMP concept as one of the targeted approaches to promote resilience (please see Recommendation 1 above)
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/01 Completed -
7. Recommendation: Recommendation 7. At national level there appears to be momentum behind the work of ministries to improve the funding available for waste infrastructure improvements. UNDP should seek to actively engage in dialogue with national bodies over the emerging ideas for a possible 'donor infrastructure trust fund'; regionalisation of waste disposal with a separation of waste collection and disposal between district and provincial governments respectively; and the possible development of national technical standards for waste management.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP to discuss with MOPW on DITF (donor infrastructure trust fund)

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
To include this initiative for future waste management program (Please see Recom. 1 above)
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/03 Completed -
8. Recommendation: Recommendation 8. UNDP should move promptly to resolve with the national government the apparent queries surrounding the transfer of assets at the end of the TRWMP.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP to discuss with MOPW, Bappenas, and MOF on asset transfer for TRWMP

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
(a) Liaise with MOPW, Bappenas, and MOF to agree on common framework for asset transfer; (b) Liaise with MOPW to coordinate with local governments based on the common framework (c) Consolidate necessary supporting documents (d) Facilitate a national workshop event for the signing of the asset transfer document (e) Undertake ministerial inauguration of the landfills, if ministerial schedule allows.
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/03 Completed
9. Recommendation: Recommendation 9. UNDP has built up a solid reputation and body of experience in the design and execution of debris removal and land clearance activities during a post-disaster recovery phase. This specialist knowledge should be maintained, and alongside the in-house waste management experience, should be managed in the future as part of UNDP's emergency response capabilities.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

Formulation of lesson learned/best practices on Waste Management has been initiated since 2012. An international consultant has been recruited for this. Waste management has been included into the area of work for the Early Recovery Cluster, for which UNDP is the lead agency under IASC arrangement (see response and key action for Recommendation 10 re Surge)

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
a) Finalization of lessons learned documents. b) Dissemination to all relevant stakeholders, including those within the ER Cluster, for knowledge sharing and promote replication for further development assistance.
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/04 Completed Advocating the best practices in Project Board meetings, and internal/external events. Used as reference in developing the concept note for future WM development assistance (DRWMP)
10. Recommendation: Recommendation 10. UNDP has also developed through the TRWMP an emergency response capability to re-establish waste collection operations by assisting public bodies in district administrations. This capability includes both the rapid implementation and management of large-scale cash for work programmes and the subsequent transition to a more sustainable waste fee-funded public service.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP will incorporate waste management as a key area of expertise in Country Office SURGE Capacity for Crisis Response

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Incorporate waste management (i.e. debris clearance) as one of CO -SURGE thematic expertises ? GLIDERS (Governance, Livelihood, Debris clearance, Environment, Risk reduction, and Social cohesion)
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/03 Completed Maintain pool of experts in waste management for future engagement and relevant tools for early recovery.
11. Recommendation: Recommendation 11. To complement its collection and clearance capabilities, UNDP now has unparalleled experience within the international community in Indonesia to design and construct interim landfills as part of a coordinated post-disaster recovery response. This capability should be made available to assist in future emergency response operations.
Management Response: [Added: 2014/06/20]

UNDP will incorporate waste management as a key area of expertise in Country Office SURGE Capacity for Crisis Response (Please see Recom. 10 above)

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
Incorporate waste management (i.e. debris clearance) as one of CO -SURGE thematic expertise ? GLIDERS (Governance, Livelihood, Debris clearance, Environment, Risk reduction, and Social cohesion)
[Added: 2014/06/20]
CPRU 2014/04 Completed Maintain pool of experts in waste management for future engagement and relevant tools for early recovery.

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