Improving Access to Clean Water and Sanitation in East Java, Indonesia

A community-based clean water program in Indonesia

Improving Access to Clean Water and Sanitation in East Java, Indonesia

The three-year partnership between ExxonMobil and Farabi for water and sanitation programs from 2008 to June 2011, was to improve community health in two districts of East Java by providing sanitation and clean water units. The partnership involved the active participation of communities from the beginning of the program, working in close collaboration with the company and local governments. The program provided 17 clean water distribution system for 2,779 households, 2,583 units of latrines distributed to seven villages. Farabi conducted health promotion in 12 primary schools in ten villages in the districts of Bojonegoro and Blora. This partnership successfully established Clean Water Management Teams (KPAB) in ten villages and Local Sanitation Teams (TSD) in seven villages and provided each village with a computer to help teams manage financing and administrative tasks to sustain their water and sanitation facilities and activities.

Partners

  • ExxonMobil

    Goods Supplier, Service Providers
    United States | Staff size: 10,000+

    ExxonMobil is the world's largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, providing energy that helps underpin growing economies and improve living standards around the...

  • Farabi

    Implementing NGO
    Staff size: Unknown

    Founded in 2000, is an NGO that focuses on environment, health, and education. Farabi has partnered with a Muslim boarding school, the UN World Food Program, and the Environmental Service...

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Key Information

LocationIndonesia, East Asia and Pacific
StatusCompleted
  • Start Date 2008
  • End Date 2011
  • Sectors