Indonesia - Supporting Pollution Controls and Sustainable Environmental Monitoring

In 1994, the Japanese government extended a loan of 2, 935 million yen to Indonesia to fund an environmental monitoring improvement project that was designed to support environmental monitoring capacity development within BAPEDAL, Indonesia's Environmental Impact Management Agency, at the local level. In specific terms, the loan was used to fund the supply of equipment for monitoring environmental pollutants such as water, air and ambient noise, to 39 regional laboratories in 14 provinces owned by the ministries of health, industry and public works, as well as training in the operation of these equipment.

Area of Evaluation: 

Mitigation

Thematic Cluster: 

Integrated environmental management

Theme of Evaluation: 

Environment

Sub Cluster: 

Environmental monitoring

GEF Funding: 

No

Region: 

East Asia and Pacific

Type of Evaluation: 

Final Evaluation

Country: 

Indonesia

Institution: 

JIBC

Evaluation Author: 

JICA

Year of Evaluation: 

2004