- Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing, Republic of Indonesia
- National Development Planning Agency Indonesia, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Islamic Development Bank, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Local Government
There are about a million neighborhoods in thousands of cities worldwide that are informal settlements, or slums and slum areas in Indonesia is part of them. Slum alleviation is a big challenge for realizing livable and sustainable city. As the direction of development policy in slum upgrading in Indonesia, we strive to build the system, facilitating the local government and the most important part by facilitating the community (community-based). We built movement: 100-0-100. Movement for improving 100% access to drinking water, 0% of urban slum area, and 100% access to sanitation.
The Government of Indonesia in collaboration with development partners and local government is extensively implementing various slum upgrading program financed by multi donor (World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Islamic Development Bank, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank) and in collaboration with local government. This event is intended to showcase the planning and implementation experiences of the Government of Indonesia in alleviate slum area by building collaborative platforms through enhancing the role of local government and community roles. This event will show how the projects make social transformation process of community empowerment for slum upgrading program and also the process how to build society as the subject of development through the establishment of community empowerment institutions and revitalization of the role of the institution itself.
The community empowerment in slum upgrading program through the Ministry of Public Work and Public Housing is implementing the New Urban Agenda and SDG's mandate in Goal 11: make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. This movement is part 'leave no one behind' as one of the NUA implementation.
The event focus will be on sharing experiences and include plenaries, Q&A Session and opportunities for networking among participants. The session ends with reflection on how these experiences inform implementation of the New Urban Agenda and SDG11.