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Progress report acca project surabaya, 2010. Community Upgrading Activities Physical/Environmental/Economic aspects:  development of area and community.

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1 progress report acca project surabaya, 2010

2 Community Upgrading Activities Physical/Environmental/Economic aspects:  development of area and community site plan;  construction of public infrastructure: access road, water treatment, street lamp, community centre, children play ground, economic space;  Model of poor riverside settlement and city river management  reversal of houses to face the river;  solid and liquid waste management;  Biopori water catchment;  community greening/open green social space;  savings  introduction of traditional and herbal medication system and techniques Socio-political aspects:  ten-household grouping; upgrading team; inter-community organisation (PWSS)  security of land tenure  active participation of the urban poor in public decision making  change for pro-poor city policy  collaboration with and support from expert, media, university, others

3 2.Gunungsari II 3.Gunungsari I 5.Bratang 7.Semampir Kampung members of PWSS kebraon, gunungsari 1, gunungsari 2, kampung baru, bratang, baratajaya, semampir 1.Kebraon Until 2009, the number of kampung members of PWSS was 5. In 2010, 2 more kampungs, Baratajaya and Kampung Baru join the PWSS, hence a total of seven kampung members. 4.Kampung Baru 6.Baratajaya

4 1. construction of low wall border to prevent river water from flooding the access road 2. Construction of paved access road 3. Construction of liquid waste management facility Around 30% of the activities is finished, i.e., the low wall and the access road which is in preparation for paving. The rest is underway. The process is slow in this community due to some problem of trust among some of the leaders. KEBRAON: ACCA PROJECT Paved access road Low wall border Liquid waste recycling well Funds: revolving, comm. members repay daily. The returned funds stay in community for other comm. activities Weekly community work and self help 229 people, 54 families/houses, 5 household cluster and saving groups, one upgrading team

5 RT Gunungsari II : ACCA Small Program $3000 RT 06 US$1000 RT 02 US$1000 RT 01 US$1000; RT 1: 42 houses, 244 persons, 57 families, 4 ten-household/saving groups RT 2: 98 houses, 97 families, 405 persons, 6 ten household/saving groups RT 6: 54 houses, 104 families, 336 persons, 8 ten household/saving group RT 1: Community Center, bamboo construction; 80% finish Community contribution: labour; IDR ,24/USD 1, RT 2: Construction of PWSS secretariat is underway ACCA PROJECTS: RT 1, community centre; RT 6, latrine rehab, water waste recycling facility; RT 2 PWSS secretariat RT 6: latrine rehab finished liquid waste management facility underway Community contribution: labour RT 1 RT 2

6 Laporan Perkembangan ACCA - Kota Surabaya 3.Gunungsari I: Gunungsari I is on a main road, many of the inhabitatants are middle class professionals, and many buildings there are business enterprises The construction of the access road is now pending, waiting for all the houses and buildings, which not all yet, are being reversed to face the river 29 houses, 25 families, 103 people, one saving group. ACCA Project: access road

7 4. Bratang: ACCA small project $3000 RT07/RW12 $750 RT06/RW12 $750 RT07/RW12 $750 RT12/RW06 $750 RT 7/RW 12: 70 houses, 129 families, 512 people, 7 ten-house/saving groups RT 6/RW 12: 98 houses, 129 families, 548 people, 10 ten-house/saving g. RT 7/RW 11: 84 houses, 99 families, 395 people, 8 ten-house/saving groups RT 12/RW 6: 78 houses, 76 families, 331 people, 7 ten-house/saving groups ACCA Project: Access road; Community: access road pavement, lighting, greening, house reversal NoActivityResourcesIDR/USD 1 Bathroom and septic tank Comm. self help15, /1,684 2 House reversalComm. self help61, /6,616 3 Access roadACCA, weekly community work 78, /8,513 4 Access road pavement Comm. self help89, /9,693 5 Access road lightComm. self help9, /1,070 Total255, / Activity and Resources per RT ACCA funds is revolving, repaid weekly, funds stay in community

8 5. Semampir: 128 houses, 150 families, 317 people, 10 ten-household/saving groups ACCA Project: reinforcement of road embankment. Community: house reversal; access road and lighting; greening ACCA funds is revolving, repaid weekly, funds stay in community House reversal IDR15,027,021/ USD 16, (individual household, community work Reinforcement of road embankment IDR 176,974,883/ USD 19, ( ACCA, internal donor, community work ) Access road IDR 72,238, 325/ USD 7,809 (comm.) Access road light IDR 23,000,118/USD 2,486 (community) Each household contributes IDR 5,000/week to close the financial gap Road embankment

9 conclusion Following its original concept, ACCA project in Indonesia has:  sparked more community activities  strengthened community organisation and cohesion  enhanced community confidence for self help Challenge: The project is not yet city-wide


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