The surveyed respondents consist of 20 organizations representing the local government agencies (Office of Public Works and BAPPEDA) and PDAM. More than two-third of the survey were done by direct interview, while the rest were communicated through mail.
The highest and lowest values are respectively 2.43 and 1.16, obtained by a local water company (PDAM) and a BAPPEDA.
of Annual Biggest Organization personnel Turnover Project (Billion Value in Rp) last 5 years (Billion Rp) A DPU [+ or -] 120 90 5 A BAPPEDA [+ or -] 40 4.5 0.29 A BAPPEDA [+ or -] 40 (N/A) 1.2 A PDAM [+ or -] 160 25 1 A PDAM [+ or -] 1200 270 20 A PDAM [+ or -] 315 40 3.5 A PDAM [+ or -] 430 300 4.5.
The financial misfortune makes it difficult for regional administrations to expand and increase the capacity of PDAMs to meet growing demand for clean water with reasonable prices.
Under the administration of the Soeharto regime, the government sought to cope with the problem through privatization of PDAMs. The government implemented its privatization program despite opposition from various quarters including INFID and WALHI.
5 in 1962 that regulated the establishment of state-owned water supply companies (PDAM) in the regions.
Ali units of PDAM are members of the Indonesian Association of Drinking Water Companies (PERPAMSI).
PERPAMSI acknowledged that the performances of all units of PDAM is far from being satisfactory.