Building on Indonesia's brilliant contributions to the FSM6 conference, this FSMA Spotlights webinar will present some updates about recent sanitation activities and achievements in the country.
The Republic of Indonesia, a nation spread out over more than 17.000 islands and with a population of more than 270 million, is on a journey to improve sanitation service delivery across the country. With limited sewer-availability, Indonesia will rely heavily on on-site sanitation systems and FSM to achieve their target to provide access to safely-managed sanitation for 15% of the population by 2024.
For the 6th International Faecal Sludge Management Conference (FSM6) in 2021, Indonesia was selected to be the host country due to its innovative approaches to incorporating FSM into its urban sanitation plans. The presentations of the Indonesia Track covered a wide range of FSM aspects in Indonesia, ranging from national policies, FSM enforcement, regulations and financial considerations, to innovative approaches in FSM operations, sludge treatment and reuse.
One year after the conference, we wanted to take the opportunity to examine some of the more recent developments in the Indonesian sanitation sector.
1) Kevin Putra Tiara, Owner, PJL Enviro
with Hidayat Sigit Suryanto, President Commissioner, PJL Enviro(formerly 8 years of service as Finance Director and Acting President Director of Jakarta's government-owned wastewater company)
2) Maraita Listyasari, Urban Development Specialist, UNICEF Indonesia
3) I Nyoman Suartana, Sr. Urban Sanitation Specialist, SNV Indonesia
As always, there will be time to ask questions after the presentations.
For any questions about the webinar, you can also reach out to our Indonesia Coordinator:
The FSMA Spotlights webinar series aims to highlight key aspects and discussions around FSM and the sanitation service chain.
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Registration is free and open to the public.