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ABBREVIATIONS

ACM ADB DMF PDA PPTA PRC SIWW TA WFP WFPF WTF WTFS

Annual Consultation Meeting Asian Development Bank design and monitoring framework pilot and demonstration activity project preparatory technical assistance People's Republic of China Singapore International Water Week technical assistance Water Financing Program Water Financing Partnership Facility Multidonor Water Trust Fund Single Donor Water Trust Fund

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Steering Committee Chair WFPF Steering Committee Members

Xianbin Yao, Acting Director General, Regional and Sustainable Development Department (RSDD)

Juan Miranda, Director General, Central and West Asia Department (CWRD) Klaus Gerhaeusser, Director General, East Asia Department (EARD) To Be Appointed, Director General, Pacific Department (PARD) Philip Erquiaga, Director General, Private Sector Operations Department (PSOD) Kunio Senga, Director General, South Asia Department (SARD) Arjun Thapan, Director General, Southeast Asia Department (SERD) Arjun Thapan, Director General, SERD

Water Committee Chair Water Committee Members

Katsuji Matsunami, Advisor, RSDD Thomas Panella, Senior Water Resources Management Specialist, CWRD Amy Leung, Director, EARD To be appointed, PSOD Kenichi Yokoyama, Principal Water Resources Management Specialist, SARD Hubert Jenny, Senior Urban Development Specialist, SERD Rudolf Frauendorfer, Senior Urban Development Specialist, SERD Wouter Lincklaen Arriens, Lead Water Resources Management Specialist, RSDD Anand Chiplunkar, Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist, RSDD K.E. Seetharam, Principal Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist, RSDD WooChong Um, Director, Energy , Transport, and Water Division, RSDD; Facility Manager, WFPF Toshimasa Dojima, Senior Finance Specialist, RSDD; Alternate Facility Manager, WFPF Vergel Latay, RSDD Ellen Pascua, Consultant, RSDD Francisco Roble, Consultant, RSDD Werner E. Liepach, Principal Director, OCO M. Teresa Kho, Director, OCO Karen Decker, Senior Financing Partnerships Specialist, OCO

WFPF Secretariat Facility Manager

WFPF Secretariat Members

Office of Cofinancing Operations (OCO)

* as of 30 June 2008

CONTENTS Page I. II. III. IV. V. INTRODUCTION HIGHLIGHTS OF OUTPUTS AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS ACTIVITY PROGRESS FOR 1 JANUARY TO 30 JUNE 2008 CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE AGAINST OUTPUTS PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR 1 JULY TO 31 DECEMBER LEADING TOWARD OUTPUTS FINANCIAL STATUS 1 1 3 4 5

VI.

APPENDIXES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. WFPF Design and Monitoring Framework WFPFs Portfolio of Approved Allocations (as of 30 June 2008) Approved Allocations Contribution Towards Achieving WFPF Targets (as of June 2008) Updated 2008 Pipelines of ADB Water TAs and Loans Status of Grant 8 15 26 31 41

SEMIANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT Facility: Period covered: Donor Liaison: Facility Manager: Alternate Facility Manager: Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Mid-November 2007 30 June 2008 Karen Decker, ADB <kdecker@adb.org> WooChong Um, ADB <wcum@adb.org> Toshimasa Dojima, ADB <tdojima@adb.org>

I.

INTRODUCTION

1. Established on 29 November 2006, the Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) aims to provide additional financial and knowledge resources from development partners to support the implementation of Asian Development Bank's (ADB) Water Financing Program (WFP) and help achieve the following targeted outcomes: (i) 200 million people with sustainable access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation; (ii) 100 million people with reduced risks to floods; (iii) 40 million people with more productive and efficient irrigation and drainage services; (iv) integrated water resources management introduced in 25 river basins; and (v) improved water governance through national water reforms and capacity development. The WFPFs Design and Monitoring Framework (DMF) is shown in Appendix 1. 2. Since this is the facilitys first Seminannual Progress Report, it incorporates the WFPFs first four allocations to projects in November 2007, and treats them as part of the facilitys first semester 2008 operations. II. HIGHLIGHTS OF OUTPUTS AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

3. $26 Million in Committed and Intended Partner Contributions for 2007/2008. WFPF secured a total of $26 million committed and intended partner contributions for 2007/2008 from the Governments of Australia ($8.7 million), Norway (3.7 million), Austria ($5 million), and the Netherlands ($8.6 million). This was the basis of the 2008 Annual Work Program submitted to financing partners in March 2008. 4. By the end of this reporting period, WFPF has received $19.2 million out of the $26 million$15.5 million in the Multidonor Water Trust Fund (WTF) received from Australia ($8.7 million), Norway ($1.8 million) and Austria ($5 million), and $3.7 million in the Single Donor Water Trust Fund (WTFS) received from the Netherlands. 5. As of 30 June 2008, $15.4 million has been committed to approved applications as shown in Table 1 below.

2 Table 1: 2007/2008 Committed and Intended Contributions and Allocations as of 30 June 2008
Item Multidonor Water Trust Fund Australia Norway Austria Single Donor Water Trust Fund Netherlands Total
a

Committed and Intended 2007/2008 Contributions

Projects 9.2

Allocations Fees 0.5

Total 9.7

Balance for Future Allocation

17.4 8.7 3.7 5.0 8.6 8.6 26.0

7.7

6.2

0.3

6.5

2.1 9.8a

15.4

0.8

16.2

This amount of $9.8 million comprises $3.0 million cash on hand and $6.8 million of intended contributions yet to be received. For the Netherlands contribution, allocations have been made in excess of cash received in anticipation of the 2nd installment being received in early 2008 as per request made in September 2007. Cash inflows and outflows are managed through the disbursement timetable indicated in each application.

6. WFPF aims to raise a total of $100 million by the end of 2010. The total committed and intended contributions currently stand at $60 million for 2007-2010$40.5 million in the WTF from the Governments of Australia ($30 million equivalent), Norway ($5.5 million equivalent), and Austria ($5 million), and 19.8 million in the WTFS from the Netherlands. 7. The first Annual Consultation Meeting (ACM) held in March 2008 provided an opportunity to engage present and potential partners. Participants exchanged views and provided strategic direction in a team-based approach on facility operations. Specifically, participants agreed to enhancements to the Annual Report and Semiannual Progress Report templates, and amendments to Implementation Guidelines. 8. At that ACM, ADB hosted 22 financing partners from 13 countries at the ADB Headquarters in Manila, Philippines. The countries represented during the ACM were: Australia, Austria, Canada, Finland, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom. Following that meeting, the Government of Spain expressed intent to contribute to the WTF. 9. Demand for WFPF Resources in the First Semester of the Year was High. A total of 35 projects were approved from November 2007 to June 2008 amounting to $15.4 million, utilizing about 60% of the amount available for allocation in 2007/2008. This level of demand is expected to remain high based on the additional applications received after 30 June 2008. 10. Funds to Prepare New Projects Made Possible through WFPF. WFPF made full financing of four new projects (project preparatory technical assistance [PPTAs]) possible, particularly those resulting from ADB-Governments country dialogues on WFP. Worth noting are the 3 out of 8 new PPTAs proposed by the Government of Viet Nam which WFPF will fund, plus one for Philippines. All four are for urban water supply and sanitation projects. This allowed ADB to quickly respond to government proposals. These new PPTAs are expected to lead to investment projects, thus meeting the WFP objective of doubling water investment. On top of this, WFPF will cofinance 3 new PPTAs2 flood management projects in India and 1 water supply and sanitation project for 3 Mekong countries. Top-up funding was also approved for 2

3 ongoing PPTAs - 1 for water supply and sanitation project in Nepal and 1 stand alone sanitation project in Indonesia. 11. Expanding Sanitation Service Coverage. ADBs Water Committee announced in August 2007 at the Stockholm World Water Week that it will dedicate 20% of WFPF resources to sanitation. During this reporting period, WFPF funding was approved to expand the coverage of an ongoing PPTA for sanitation project in Indonesia from 3 to 12 large cities, allowing quick response to Government request. In a PPTA for Mekong Water Supply and Sanitation Project which was approved for WFPF cofinancing, WFPF resources will be used for, among others, preparing sanitation strategy for nine towns. Promoting from toilet to river as the scope of sanitation, a WFPF-supported investment project for urban water supply and sanitation in Sri Lankas dry zone includes improved sanitation and septage management, along with promotion of healthy rivers through the development of catchment management plans in rivers. 12. The role of women in rural water supply governance. WFPF resources made possible the production of a video on the successful process of adopting community-centered approach to implementing rural water supply in Sri Lanka. Of particular interest is the dominant role played by women in decision making as well as in the actual construction of the water supply and sanitation facilities. This video is intended to be used for promoting this approach and women engagement in rural water supply projects elsewhere. Specifically, it hopes to inspire governments to continue investing in rural water supply and to recognize the importance of community participation, particularly women, to ensure sustainability of completed water supply and sanitation facilities. Because the beneficiary communities shall assume the responsibility to operate and maintain the systems, their participation at every stage of project implementation is crucial. 13. Water and ADB Strategy 2020. Seven-Point Agenda Water as a crosscutting sector is dealt with Increase investments in rural water services in Strategy 2020 under infrastructure (i.e., Develop more bankable urban projects with innovative water supply, sanitation, and wastewater government-corporate-society partnerships management), and environment (i.e., Collaborate for integrated water resources adapting to impacts of climate change management in river basins and sanitation from toilet to river including sustainable management of forest Invest in climate change adaptation and natural resources for provision of clean Invest more in reducing vulnerability and increasing water supplies, and supporting livable cities resilience of communities by reducing water pollution). In his speech Improve water governance, performance, and at the 1st Singapore International Water knowledge management Invest in partnerships and use Water Financing Week (SIWW), the ADB President outlined Program as platform for working with clients and a seven-point agenda for prioritizing water partners investment in the region as promoted under WFP, and consistent with the new Strategy. WFPF resources supported the organization of various SIWW sessions, which included the launch of 12 Asia Pacific Water Forum knowledge hubs. 14. WFPF Adding Value by Boosting Innovation and Business Unusual. During the reporting period, WFPF demonstrated its ability to add value to ADB operations with three approved pilot and demonstration activities (PDAs): (i) providing innovative inputs on enhancing women participation in implementing arsenic mitigation measures in rural water supply in Bangladesh; (ii) calibrating lessons learned for improving wetlands planning and management and enhancing livelihood opportunities in the People's Republic of China's (PRC) Juangsu Yancheng Wetlands; and (iii) demonstrating a technology for slope stabilization and erosion

4 control in Citarum riparian communities in Indonesia. All these PDAs are directly linked to ongoing and pipelined projects. In addition, two other projects were approved supporting innovations aimed at improving water resources development and management and the overall environmental protection, such as development of ecological payment system in the PRC and benefit sharing mechanisms for people affected by hydropower projects in Viet Nam. III. ACTIVITY PROGRESS FOR 1 JANUARY TO 30 JUNE 2008

15. Allocation of Resources. Of the $26 million partner contributions available for 2007/2008 allocation, $15.4 million has been committed to approved projects and activities, net of service fees (see Table 1). Figure 1 below summarizes the WFPF portfolio profile of approved projects and activities (see Appendix 2 for more details). Figure 1: WFPF Portfolio Profile

16. The allocation pattern across rural, urban, and basin, as shown in Figure 1 above is expected to change over time as the facility tries to promote greater investment in rural water, consistent with the seven-point agenda quoted in the box on para. 13.

17. In terms of the targeted allocation ratio of project support (about 70%) to program quality support (about 30%), the actual ratio is 92% to 8% based on approved allocations as of end June 2008 as shown in Table 2 below. Table 2: Summary of Use of Funds as of 30 June 2008
Use of Funds Project Support Window Program Quality Window Knowledge, Capacity and Innovation Servicesb Engaging Civil Society Regional Cooperation Total
b

Target Ratio 70% 30%

Allocations ($ million) 14.2 1.2 1.0 0.0 0.2 15.4

Actual Ratio 92% 8%

100%

100%

This component is further broken down into: (i) knowledge products and services, (ii) expert services pool, (iii) pilot and demonstration activities, and (iv) capacity development.

18. It is expected that the ratio will move closer to the targeted levels as more financing for program quality support is requested, as already beginning to show judging from the number of applications received after 30 June 2008. 19. Processing of Funding Applications. For the first semester of 2008, the WFPF completed all scheduled application batches for technical assistance (TA) and grant component of investment. A total of 35 applications were approved, including those accessed through direct charges which were submitted during the reporting period as the need occurred. IV. CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE AGAINST OUTPUTS

20. Since this is the first semiannual progress report, cumulative activities are the same as those presented in section III above. In terms of how those activities are contributing to the outputs, Appendix 3 presents the relationship between the approved activities and the WFPF outputs, and how those outputs are expected to contribute to WFP targets. 21. The approved activities funded by the WFPF are expected to lead to investment decisions and subsequent loans. The outcomes of these expected investment projects will make incremental contributions toward achieving WFP targets. Foremost of which are the provision of access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation to some 4.7 million people and reduced risk to floods to about 6 million people, as expected beneficiaries of approved and programmed water supply, sanitation, and wastewater management projects; and flood management projects. 22. Table 3 below summarizes the relationship between WFPF activities against WFPF outputs indicated in the WFPF DMF.

6 Table 3: Summary of WFPF Activities Contributing to WFPF Outputs as of 30 June 2008


WFPF Outputs Technical Assistance WFPF Allocations (in $ 000) Component 1: Increased levels of investment through the following outputs: 1.1 Fundable Designs (PPTAs) 1.2 Sector Assessments 1.3 Sector Roadmaps 1.4 Civil Society Participation Component 2: Policy and institutional reforms accelerated through the following outputs: 2.1 Reform Proposals Addressing Policy, Legislation, and Regulation 2.2 Reform Knowledge Events 2.3 Reform Assessments 2.4 Reform Knowledge Products 2.5 National Apex Bodies 2.6 Reforms Involving Civil Society Participation Component 3: Institutional capacity strengthened through the following outputs: 3.1 Pilot and Demonstration Activities 3.2 Water Sector Agencies 3.3 Knowledge Products 3.4 Knowledge Hubs 3.5 Civil Society Participation Capacity 3.6 Regional Cooperation $9,300 WFPF Activities Grant Component of Investment $4,500 Direct Charges $1,600

9 (1)c 2

1 3 2

1 (1)d

3 5 1

PPTA = project preparatory technical assistance, WFPF = Water Financing Partnership Facility. c Development of water supply and sanitation sector roadmap is also covered under the reform proposals (output 2.1) of the WFPF-funded grant component of investment for Uzbekistan Water Supply and Sanitation Project. d Launch of Asia Pacific Water Forum's 12 knowledge hubs took place at the Singapore International Water Week (reflected under output 2.2-Reform Knowledge Events).

V.

PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR 1 JULY TO 31 DECEMBER LEADING TOWARD OUTPUTS

23. Processing of 2nd Semester Applications. At the time of writing this report, three applications under project support have been received and are awaiting approval. If these were all approved, the expected utilization after the 31 July submission deadline is about $1.6 million. This includes a TA to support regional cooperation in Central Asia for addressing shared water resources management. 24. Under program quality, close to $0.6 million has been approved during the month of July. This includes the first application from Pacific Department. A first application on supporting civil society engagement was also approved. It is anticipated that the substantial portion of the available balance for allocation will be committed during the next semester for funding PDAs, regional cooperation, knowledge products, and events. During the reporting period, operations departments signified intent to submit 12 PDA proposals.

7 25. The updated 2008 pipeline of ADB TAs and loans is shown in Appendix 4 to show how WFPF resources are supporting this years TAs and loans. 26. Coordination with Financing Partners. As of 30 June, WFPF has a total of $60 million in committed and intended donor contributions from the governments of Australia, Norway, and Austria for WTF and the Netherlands for WTFS. Following the first ACM on 12 March 2008, expression of intent to contribute was conveyed by the Government of Spain. They are expected to sign the Instrument of Contribution within the year for an intended initial contribution of $5 million. An additional $35 million is needed to reach the $100 million total target contributions. However, no specific additional commitment was received at the time of writing this report. VI. FINANCIAL STATUS

27. The status of grant as of 30 June 2008, as prepared by ADBs Controllers Department, is presented in Appendix 5.

Appendix 1

WATER FINANCING PARTNERSHIP FACILITY DESIGN AND MONITORING FRAMEWORK A. Introduction

1. Since the Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) was established to provide additional financial and knowledge resources for the implementation of the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) Water Financing Program (WFP), it is thought sufficient to have one design and monitoring framework (DMF) to cover the objectives of both WFP and one of its critical funding sourcesthe WFPF. This also avoids confusion in having two separate DMFs that are targeted ultimately at the same impacts and outcomes. 2. The key points to note are: (i) The DMF for the WFP has been expanded to add more detail on specific outputs that fall within its three major output components as these outputs are financed from the WFPF; The output design section of the WFP DMF is subject to regular updating as more funds become available from WFPF and can be used to finance additional outputs in response to demand. Cumulative outputs are to be presented in the semi-annual progress reports and annual reports. Given that the target $100 million contributions to WFPF are released in tranches and translated into annual allocation for which annual work programs are prepared, the output indicators will need to be presented based on resources available on annual basis and updated as additional resources become available within the period.

(ii)

3.

A pictorial version of the objectives tree is attached.

4. The WFP aims to double ADBs investments in water during the period 20062010, thus resulting in significant increase in the number of people in Asia and Pacific region with access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation, higher productivity and efficiency of irrigation and drainage services, coupled with the integrated management of water resources in river basins for sustained economic growth and environmental improvement. With these as targeted outcomes, the activities to be supported by the resources from WFPF are those directly contributing to the achievements of such outcomes as described below. B. How WFPF Resources will help achieve WFP Targeted Outcomes: Rationale for Choice of Indicators

5. The specific output indicators used in the proposed DMF for WFPF are those that directly reflect the activities to be financed from WFPF resources and directly contribute to the following three major outputs of WFP: 6. Component 1: Increased Levels of Water Investmentto be supported by WFPF in terms of additional resources to: (i) prepare projects (project preparatory technical assistance [PPTAs]) resulting in fundable investment proposals;

Appendix 1

(ii) (iii)

carry out water sector assessment as a basis to dialogue with government and agree on a water sector agenda and investment plans; and facilitate a more targeted participation of civil society in project design, implementation, and evaluation.

Furthermore, it is envisaged that the WFPF will not only provide additional resources to produce the outputs described above but also provide added value such as: (i) faster decision making by means of: WFPF-financed activities such as water services expert pool that makes possible provision of incremental experts to help in project design and implementation; knowledge products and tools; or use of direct charge as a modality to access WFPF resources in addition to loans and technical assistance (TAs); greater assurance of outcomes by increasing country commitments through sector assessments and investment dialogues with government; greater reach to underserved by facilitating preparation of additional projects (PPTAs) and leveraging more resources from partners; boosting innovation and business unusual by supporting activities like pilot and demonstration activities, development of knowledge products, and organization of knowledge events; and being more strategic by addressing specific and priority issues such as gender, climate change, and sanitation.

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

This WFPF value addition is reflected in the DMF by way of a footnote on Output 1. Furthermore, the semi-annual progress report and annual report will show the progress and achievement on this. 7. Component 2: Policy and Institutional Reforms Acceleratedsupported by WFPF in terms of additional resources to fund loans, TAs, or other modalities that address policy, legislation, and regulations; reform assessments and studies; support to strengthening coordination mechanism and facilitating reform process such as assistance in establishing or strengthening national water sector apex bodies; and engagement of civil society. 8. Component 3: Institutional Capacity Strengthened and Knowledge Base Expandedsupported by WFPF in terms of additional resources for pilot and demonstrations that produce new and innovative approaches, strategies and technologies; capacity development interventions targeted at key water sector organizations such as water utilities, river basin organizations and apex bodies as well as implementing/executing agencies, knowledge products development, establishment of knowledge partnerships, regional cooperation, and civil society participation.

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Appendix 1

WFP Design Summary Impact Healthy people and environment

Performance Targets/Indicators

Data Sources/Reporting Mechanisms Country-level and UN progress reports on MDGs. UNDP/WHO country reports. Country water sector strategies and reports of Global Water Partnership

Assumptions and Risks

Achievement of MDG target 10 on water and sanitation Reduction in the incidence of water related fatalities and disease Increase in the number of countries implementing IWRM

Outcome Improved coverage, quality and continuity of water service delivery within a framework of sustainable management of natural resources

200 million with increased access to safe water and sanitation 100 million with reduced risk to floods 40 million with improved irrigation IWRM introduced into 25 river basins Improved water governance as demonstrated by the outcome achievement on policy and reform measures using the 2004 water sector reform survey rating instrument1

Country sector reports and analysis prepared by ADB (e.g. Water Utilities Data Handbook). Reports of UN and other agencies. Reports of research bodies e.g. IWMI. Governance surveys in targeted countries

Assumptions Governments make achievement of water MDGs a priority Sustained emphasis on water investment to keep pace with increased demand -population and economic growth Financial mechanisms for sustainable maintenance programs in place IWRM policies adopted in line with WSSD commitments Assumptions Leadership of key agencies and utilities Implementation of governance reforms for resource management and service delivery Community involvement Application of IWRM principles Risks Intensified opposition to private sector involvement in water service delivery Budgetary constraints

Output (based on 2008 Work Program cumulative outputs when updated on 2009, and 2010)

Outcome of water policy action on national water policies and reforms: (i) water-related policies have been adopted by government (1-no policies have y0065t been written, 2-policies are drafted but not yet adopted, 3-policies in some areas of the water sector adopted, 4-comprehensive water policy adopted); (ii) the water sector (policies and institutional arrangements) has been reviewed and any changes/reforms needed have been identified (1-no review has yet been completed, 2-a review is in progress but note yet completed, 3-a review covers only some areas of the water sector, 4-a comprehensive review has been completed and endorsed by sector agencies); (iii) coordination mechanisms (e.g. neutral apex body) exist to facilitate cross-sectoral coordination and oversee reform process (1-mechanisms do not exist or are wholly ineffective, 2-mechanisms exist only in some areas or are only partly effective, 3-comprehensive mechanisms exist but are only partly effective, 4-cross-sectoral coordination is fully effective); and (iv) water-related legislation has been adopted by the government (1-water-related law is old, incomplete, not enforced or nonexistent, 2-revision and modernization of water-related law is in progress, 3-a coherent and modern law has been adopted but is not enforced, 4-a coherent and modern body of law has been adopted and is enforced)

Appendix 1

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WFP Design Summary Component 1: Increased levels of water Investment2 Fundable designs (PPTA) Sector Assessments carried out and used as basis for dialogue with governments resulting in agreed sector agenda

Performance Targets/Indicators 25% of ADB lending $12 billion ADB funds $8 billion other funds Up to 10 PPTAs

Up to 10 sector assessments completed with at least 4 of them being used to hold dialogues with government resulting in at least 4 mutually agreed sector agenda and investment plans. Up to 10 road maps Up to 3 projects given communication support Civil society agencies engaged in project implementation or evaluation

Data Sources/Reporting Mechanisms Published ADB data on past and future public and private sector investments and technical assistance. Water Information System using as source data CSPs, PPRs and reports of individual funded outputs.

Assumptions and Risks

Assumptions ADB investment products are attractive to DMCs Replenishment of OCR/ADF Political will for governance reforms Internal resources allocated to deliver increased water program Risks Political instability Opposition to institutional reform Vested interest

Sector Road Maps Civil society participation

Component 2: Policy and institutional reforms accelerated Reform proposals addressing policy, legislation, and regulations Reform knowledge events Reform assessments Reform knowledge products Each years loan program contains at least 5 loans with reform grant components At least 1 event per year

Up to 6 over period At least 1 per year

Such increase in investment level is supported by the added value provided by WFPF in terms of: (i) faster decision-making by means of WFPF resources for expert pool and knowledge products, use of templates and tools, or use of modality such as direct charge in addition to loans and TAs. The performance indicator is the average speed of approval (at least 10% faster) from concept to approved PPTA and ADTA compared to those approved in 2007; (ii) greater assurance of outcomes increasing country commitments through sector assessments and investment dialogues with government. The performance indicator is up to 4 countries produce updated water investments following an investment dialogue with ADB; (iii) greater reach to underserved by way of additional resources to prepare projects (PPTAs) and leveraging resources from partners. The performance indicator is at least 50 million population of WFP targeted outcomes directly traceable to WFPF resources; (iv) boosting innovations and business unusual through pilot and demonstration projects and knowledge products. The performance indicator is post evaluation confirming new ideas, methods, technology and approaches taken up and applied from WFPF-financed activities; and (v) being more strategic by funding specific and priority issues such as gender, climate change and sanitation. The performance indicator is up to 10 case studies available that demonstrate focus on these strategic priorities.

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Appendix 1

WFP Design Summary

Performance Targets/Indicators

Data Sources/Reporting Mechanisms

Assumptions and Risks

National Apex bodies

Performance improvement over their 2004 base Up to 3 per annum

Reforms involving civil society participation

Component 3: Institutional capacity strengthened and knowledge base expanded Pilot and demonstration projects Water Sector Agencies o Utilities results o Utility networks Replication /upscaling occurring for at least 40% Improvement in targeted utilities over their 2005 levels and improvements in aggregate network members performance over a 2006 base Results of benchmarking exercise initiated in 2006 Results of benchmarking and peer review initiated in 2006 Increase in number of countries with apex bodies Knowledge products Knowledge products achieve targeted distribution levels Up to 5 hubs rated as operational by end 2009 At least 5 proposals implemented that boost civil society participatory capacity

River basin organizations National water sector apex bodies

Knowledge hubs

Civil Society participation capacity

Regional cooperation engaging with selected regional entities such as Global Water Partnership, Netherlands Water Partnership Asia Pacific Water Forum

Regional Cooperation promotion rating exceeds baseline of 0.42 (2005) in the Asian region

Appendix 1

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WFP Design Summary

Performance Targets/Indicators

Data Sources/Reporting Mechanisms

Assumptions and Risks

Activities Investment New products Demonstrate expansion in 5 target countries Mobilize private finance Build momentum for water investments Reforms Intensify support for national water sector reforms Support development of regulatory frameworks Extend support to regional partnerships Extend support for IWRM into the targeted 25 basins Capacity Development Strengthen institutional capacity up to 8 ADTA initiated that address utility and /or WUA capacity development Disseminate ADB portfolio of investment products Enhance the knowledge base and knowledge products Pilot test new approaches to resource management and delivery up to 14 projects

Inputs: ADB TA grant resources ADB Lending ADB staff resources Water Financing Partnership Facility approx $100 million Project Support Window (70%) Program Quality Window (30%) Government resources Private sector resources NGO resources

Water Sector Results Framework March 2008


Healthyandsafepopulation

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Appendix 1

WFP Outcome

Protection fromfloods

Sufficientfood

Accesstosafeand sustainablewaterand sanitation

Healthyenvironment sustained

Adequatestructuraland nonstructural investment

Sufficientandefficient irrigation infrastructure

Waterandsanitation infrastructureinplace EffectiveWater agencies/utilitiesin place Government adoptionofsound waterpolicies Civilsocietyvocal abouttheirneeds Governmentwilling toborrowfor investment

Adequatewater supplies

Uncontaminated groundwater

Unpolluted rivers

Sustainableground waterextractionand surfacewater catchment

EffectiveRBOsand Apexbodiesinplace Government adoptionofIWRM andwaterrights Civilsocietyvocal abouttheirneeds Governmentwilling toborrowfor remedialaction

WFP Outputs

Increasedlevelsof waterinvestments

Policyand institutionalreforms accelerated

Institutionalcapacity strengthenedand knowledgebase expanded

Greaterawareness bystakeholders

ADBhassuitable financingproducts

ADBhassufficient lendingresources

ADBcanmobilize otherfunds

ADBhassufficient grantfinancing

ADBhassufficientknowledgeand innovation

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Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-1. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Use of Funds No. Batch Project Name Sector Operations Dept Country ADB Portfolio Loan TA 599,000 603,300 4,300 WFPF Allocation 15,355 Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 4,500 29% 9,260 71% 1,595 WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 9,182 60% 6,173 40%

Appendix 2

GRAND TOTAL

I. Projects approved by WFPF Steering Committee for allocation and approved by ADB for implementation Agriculture and ADTA: Implementing the National 1 21-Nov-07 Natural EARD PRC Flood Management Strategy Resources Water Supply PPTA - Thua Thien Hue 2 21-Nov-07 and Waste SERD VIE Provincial Water Supply Management Water Supply PPTA - Emerging Tows Sector 3 21-Nov-07 and Waste SARD NEP Development Program Management Water Supply PPTA: Metropolitan Santation 4 31-Dec-07 and Waste SERD INO Management and Health Project Management SSTA: Developing Benefits Sharing Mechanisms for People 5 31-Dec-07 Energy SERD VIE Adversely Affacted by Power Generation Projects Long Term Capacity Water Supply Development Support to Ministry and Waste of Rural Development on Rural Management Water Supply and Sanitation Capacity and Peformance Diagnosis of Water Supply and Sanitation Enterprises Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstrating the Value of Greater Women Involvement in Implementing Arsenic Mitigation Measures in Rural Areas Water Supply and Waste Management Agriculture and Natural Resources

200

300

300

300

1,500

1,500

1,500

600

120

120

120

1,200

500

500

500

150

240

240

240

n/a

SERD

CAM

140

140

140

n/a

CWRD

UZB

55

55

55

n/a

SARD

BAN

50

50

50

ADTA: Urban Wastewater Reuse Water Supply and Waste 31-Mar-08 and Sludge Utilization Policy Study Management

EARD

PRC

700

300

300

300

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-1. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Use of Funds No. Batch Project Name Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Learning from AgricultureDeveloping and Demonstrating Sustainable Wetlands Planning and Management in Jiangsu Yancheng Wetlands Institutional Study for Integrating Flood Risk Management into Disaster Risk Management in Assam Increasing Awareness and Support for Rural Water Supply Through Production of Video on South Asia Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Experiece Sector Operations Dept Country ADB Portfolio Loan TA WFPF Allocation Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS

10

n/a

Agriculture and Natural Resources

EARD

PRC

50

50

50

11

n/a

Agriculture and Natural Resources

SARD

IND

50

50

50

12

n/a

Water Supply and Waste Management

SARD

SRI/ NEP

85

85

85

13

n/a

Sector Review and Assessment Water Supply of Improved Water and Sanitation and Waste Service Provision in Urban Areas Management Training Woskhop on New Concepts in Integrated Management of Urban Water Cycle Water Supply and Waste Management

EARD

MON

200

200

200

14

n/a

interregional

Various Countries

78

78

78

15

n/a

Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstratiog Application of Agriculture and Vetiver System for Slope Natural Stabilization and Erosion Control Resources in Citarum Riparian Communities Initial Assessment of the Metro Cebu Kotkot Dam Project Singapore International Water Week Water Supply and Waste Management Multisector

SERD

INO

50

50

50

Appendix 2

16 17

n/a n/a

SERD interregional

PHI Various Countries

62 215

62 215

62 215

16

17

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-1. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Use of Funds No. Batch Project Name Sector Operations Dept EARD Country ADB Portfolio Loan TA WFPF Allocation 20 Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 20

Appendix 2

WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 20

18

n/a

Workshop on Lakes and Agriculture and Wetlands Restoration and Natural Sustainable Alternative Livelihood Resources

PRC

19

20

21

Agriculture and O&M Study of Small Scale Water Natural Resources Project Resources Developing Sustainable Water Agriculture and n/a Monitoring and Ecological Natural Payment System Resources ADTA: River Basin Water Agriculture and 31-May-08 Resources Allocation and Natural Management Policy Resources n/a n/a Establishing the East Asia Water Water Supply Utilities Network under the Water and Waste Operators Partnerships Program Management Catalyzing Performance Benchmarking of River Basin Organizations in Indonesia Developing a Plan for Corporatizing Provincial Nam Papas in Lao PDR Subtotal Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management

SARD

BAN

61

61

61

EARD

PRC

220

220

220

EARD

PRC

250

250

250

250

22

EARD

PRC/MON

100

100

100

23

n/a

SERD

INO

64

64

64

24

n/a

SERD

LAO 0 3,100 3,100

95 4,805 0 0% 3,210 100%

95 1,595 1,932 40%

95 2,873 60%

II. Projects approved by WFPF Steering Committee allocation and awaiting approval by ADB for implementation Water Supply PPTA: Haiphong Water Supply 25 21-Nov-07 and Waste SERD VIE Project Management ADTA: Empowerment of Water Agriculture and Natural SARD IND 26 31-Dec-07 User Associations for Improved Resources Water Management Water Supply Loan: Small Cities and Towns and Waste EARD PRC 300,000 27 31-Dec-07 Demonstration Development Management Project Water Supply PPTA: Da Nang Water Supply 28 31-Dec-07 and Waste SERD VIE Project Management

1,000

1,000

1,000

550

550

550

750

750

750

1,500

1,500

1,500

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-1. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Use of Funds No. 29 Batch 31-Dec-07 Project Name PPTA: Water District Development Project PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management for Arunachal Pradesh (Phase 2)* PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management for Asssam (Phase 2)* Loan: Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Investment Program Loan: Uzbekistan Water Supply and Sanitation Demonstration Project Sector Water Supply and Waste Management Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Operations Dept SERD Country PHI ADB Portfolio Loan TA WFPF Allocation 1,200 Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 1,200 WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 1,200

30

31-Dec-07

SARD

IND

150

750

750

750

31

31-Dec-07

SARD

IND

150

750

750

750

32

31-Dec-07

SARD

IND

190,000

250

250

250

33

34

35

Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply PPTA: Mekong Water Supply and 31-May-08 and Waste Sanitation Project Management Water Supply Loan: Dry Zone Urban Water 31-May-08 and Waste Supply and Sanitation Project Management 31-Mar-08 Subtotal

CWRD

UZB CAM, LAO, VIE SRI

45,000

1,500

1,500

1,500

SERD

900

300

300

300

SARD

64,000

2,000

2,000

2,000

599,000 600,200

1,200

10,550

4,500 43%

6,050 57%

7,250 69%

3,300 31%

* Originally proposed as combined ADTA amounting to $1.5M. Repackaged into PPTA Phase 2 in response to Government request to process as two separate loans. $150K ADB TA for each is for Phase 2. PPTA Phase 1 was financed by DFID.

Appendix 2

18

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-2. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Regional Distribution of Projects Project Name GRAND TOTAL Sector Country ADB Portfolio Loan TA 599,000 4,300 603,300 45,000 45,000 0 WFPF Allocation 15,355 100% 1,555 10% 55 45,000 300,000 1,150 301,150 1,500 2,190 14% 200 200 700 300 300 300 300 300 1,500 750 34% 850 66% 200 590 Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 4,500 9,260 1,595 71% 29% 1,500 96% 0 4% 55 55

19
Appendix 2

WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 9,182 6,173 60% 40% 1,555 100% 55 1,500 1,420 65% 770 35% 200 300 0 0%

Central and West Asia Capacity and Peformance Diagnosis of Water Supply and Water Supply and Sanitation Enterprises Waste Management Loan: Uzbekistan Water Supply and Sanitation Demonstration Project East Asia Sector Review and Assessment of Improved Water and Sanitation Service Provision in Urban Areas ADTA: Implementing the National Flood Management Strategy ADTA: Urban Wastewater Reuse and Sludge Utilization Policy Study Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Learning from Agriculture-Developing and Demonstrating Sustainable Wetlands Planning and Management in Jiangsu Yancheng Wetlands Workshop on Lakes and Wetlands Restoration and Sustainable Alternative Livelihood Developing Sustainable Water Monitoring and Ecological Payment System ADTA: River Basin Water Resources Allocation and Management Policy Loan: Small Cities and Towns Demonstration Development Project Establishing the East Asia Water Utilities Network under the Water Operators Partnerships Program Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

CWRD TOTAL UZB UZB EARD TOTAL MON PRC PRC

Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management Agriculture and Natural Resources

PRC

50

50

50

Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

PRC

20

20

20

PRC PRC PRC PRC/MON 300,000 250

220 250 750 100 750 250

220 250 750 100 100

220

Table A1-2. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Regional Distribution of Projects Project Name Southt Asia Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstrating the Value of Greater Women Involvement in Implementing Arsenic Mitigation Measures in Rural Areas O&M Study of Small Scale Water Resources Project Institutional Study for Integrating Flood Risk Management into Disaster Risk Management in Assam ADTA: Empowerment of Water User Associations for Improved Water Management PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management for Arunachal Pradesh (Phase 2)* PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management for Asssam (Phase 2)* Loan: Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Investment Program PPTA - Improved Water Quality, Sanitation and Service Delivery in Emerging Tows Sector Development Program Loan: Dry Zone Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project Sector ADB Portfolio Country Loan TA 254,000 900 SARD TOTAL 254,900 WFPF Allocation 4,666 30% Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 2,250 2,170 246 52% 48% WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 2,350 2,316 50% 50%

Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

BAN

50

50

50

BAN IND

61 50

61 50 50

61

IND

550

550

550

IND

150

750

750

750

IND

150

750

750

750

IND

190,000

250

250

250

NEP

600

120

120

120

SRI

64,000

2,000

2,000

2,000

Increasing Awareness and Support for Rural Water Supply Through Production Water Supply and Waste Management of Video on South Asia Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Experiece Southeast Asia Long Term Capacity Development Support to Ministry of Rural Development on Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Waste Management

SRI/ NEP

85

85

85

Appendix 2

SERD TOTAL

0 2,250

2,250

6,651 44% 140

0 0%

6,240 100%

411

3,642 55% 140 140

3,009 45%

CAM

20

21

Table A1-2. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Regional Distribution of Projects Project Name PPTA: Mekong Water Supply and Sanitation Project PPTA: Metropolitan Santation Management and Health Project Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstratiog Application of Vetiver System for Slope Stabilization and Erosion Control in Citarum Riparian Communities Catalyzing Performance Benchmarking of River Basin Organizations in Indonesia Developing a Plan for Corporatizing Provincial Nam Papas in Lao PDR Initial Assessment of the Metro Cebu Kotkot Dam Project PPTA: Water District Development Project PPTA - Thua Thien Hue Provincial Water Supply SSTA: Developing Benefits Sharing Mechanisms for People Adversely Affacted by Power Generation Projects PPTA: Haiphong Water Supply Project PPTA: Da Nang Water Supply Project Regional Sector Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Agriculture and Natural Resources Country CAM, LAO, VIE INO ADB Portfolio Loan TA 900 1,200 WFPF Allocation 300 500 Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 300 500 500 WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 300

Appendix 2

INO

50

50

50

Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Energy Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

INO LAO PHI PHI VIE

64 95 62 1,200 1,500 1,200 1,500

64 95 62 62 1,200

64 95

1,500

VIE

150

240

240

240

VIE VIE 0 0 0

1,000 1,500 293 2% 78 215 0 0%

1,000 1,500 0 100% 78 215 215 293 1,500 215 73%

1,000

REGIONAL TOTAL Various Countries Various Countries

78 27% 78

Training Woskhop on New Concepts in Water Supply and Integrated Management of Urban Water Waste Management Cycle Singapore International Water Week Multisector

* Originally proposed as combined ADTA amounting to $1.5M. Repackaged into PPTA Phase 2 in response to Government request to process as two separate loans. $150K ADB TA for each is for Phase 2. PPTA Phase 1 was financed by DFID.

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-2. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Re Sub-sectoral Distribution of Projects Project Name GRAND TOTAL Sector Country ADB Portfolio Loan TA 599,000 4,300 603,300 190,000 190,000 0 WFPF Allocation 15,355 100% 1,075 7% Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 4,500 9,260 1,595 71% 29% 250 23% 550 77% 275 WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 9,182 6,173 60% 40% 940 87% 135 13%

Rural Water Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstrating the Value of Greater Women Involvement in Implementing Arsenic Mitigation Measures in Rural Areas ADTA: Empowerment of Water User Associations for Improved Water Management Loan: Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Investment Program

Rural Water Total

Agriculture and Natural Resources

BAN

50

50

50

Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources

IND

550

550

550

IND

190,000

250

250

250

Increasing Awareness and Support for Rural Water Supply Through Production Water Supply and of Video on South Asia Rural Water Waste Management Supply and Sanitation Experiece Long Term Capacity Development Support to Ministry of Rural Development on Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Urban Water PPTA - Improved Water Quality, Sanitation and Service Delivery in Emerging Tows Sector Development Program PPTA - Thua Thien Hue Provincial Water Supply Water Supply and Waste Management

SRI/ NEP

85

85

85

CAM

140

140

140

Urban Water Total Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

409,000 3,400 412,400 600

11,260 73% 120

4,250 38%

6,420 62% 120

590

5,967 53%

5,293 47%

Appendix 2

NEP

120

VIE

1,500

1,500

1,500

22

23

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008

Appendix 2

Table A1-2. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Re Sub-sectoral Distribution of Projects Project Name PPTA: Haiphong Water Supply Project PPTA: Da Nang Water Supply Project PPTA: Metropolitan Santation Management and Health Project Capacity and Performance Diagnosis of Water Supply and Sanitation Enterprises Sector Review and Assessment of Improved Water and Sanitation Service Provision in Urban Areas PPTA: Water District Development Project Loan: Uzbekistan Water Supply and Sanitation Demonstration Project ADTA: Urban Wastewater Reuse and Sludge Utilization Policy Study Loan: Small Cities and Towns Demonstration Development Project Initial Assessment of the Metro Cebu Kotkot Dam Project Developing a Plan for Corporatizing Provincial Nam Papas in Lao PDR PPTA: Mekong Water Supply and Sanitation Project Training Woskhop on New Concepts in Integrated Management of Urban Water Cycle Loan: Dry Zone Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project Establishing the East Asia Water Utilities Network under the Water Operators Partnerships Program Sector Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Country VIE VIE INO UZB 55 MON PHI UZB PRC PRC PHI LAO CAM, LAO, VIE Various Countries SRI PRC/MON 64,000 900 300,000 45,000 700 200 1,200 1,500 300 750 62 95 300 78 2,000 100 2,000 100 100 300 78 750 62 95 1,500 300 1,200 55 200 1,200 1,500 300 750 62 95 300 78 2,000 55 200 1,200 ADB Portfolio Loan TA WFPF Allocation 1,000 1,500 500 Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 1,000 1,500 500 1,500 500 WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 1,000

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-2. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Re Sub-sectoral Distribution of Projects Project Name Basin Water Sector Country Basin Water Total PRC ADB Portfolio Loan TA 0 900 900 200 WFPF Allocation 2,805 18% 300 Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC 0 2,290 515 100% 0% 300 WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS 2,060 745 73% 27% 300

ADTA: Implementing the National Flood Agriculture and Natural Management Strategy Resources SSTA: Developing Benefits Sharing Mechanisms for People Adversely Affacted by Power Generation Projects O&M Study of Small Scale Water Resources Project Institutional Study for Integrating Flood Risk Management into Disaster Risk Management in Assam Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Learning from Agriculture-Developing and Demonstrating Sustainable Wetlands Planning and Management in Jiangsu Yancheng Wetlands PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management for Arunachal Pradesh (Phase 2)* PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management for Asssam (Phase 2)* Developing Sustainable Water Monitoring and Ecological Payment System Workshop on Lakes and Wetlands Restoration and Sustainable Alternative Livelihood ADTA: River Basin Water Resources Allocation and Management Policy Energy Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources

VIE

150

240

240

240

BAN IND

61 50

61 50 50

61

Agriculture and Natural Resources

PRC

50

50

50

Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources

IND

150

750

750

750

IND

150

750

750

750

PRC

220

220

220

Appendix 2

PRC PRC 250

20 250 250

20

20 250

24

25

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-2. WFPF Portfolio Profile: Re Sub-sectoral Distribution of Projects Project Name Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstratiog Application of Vetiver System for Slope Stabilization and Erosion Control in Citarum Riparian Communities Catalyzing Performance Benchmarking of River Basin Organizations in Indonesia Sectorwide Singapore International Water Week Multisector Sector Country ADB Portfolio Loan TA WFPF Allocation Amounts in $'000 Use of WFPF Funds GCI TA DC WFPF Fund Source WTF WTFS

Appendix 2

Agriculture and Natural Resources

INO

50

50

50

Agriculture and Natural Resources

INO

64

64

64

Sectorwide Total Various Countries

0 0

215 1% 215

0 0%

0 100%

215 215

215 100% 215

0 0%

* Originally proposed as combined ADTA amounting to $1.5M. Repackaged into PPTA Phase 2 in response to Government request to process as two separate loans. $150K ADB TA for each is for Phase 2. PPTA Phase 1 was financed by DFID.

Water Financing Partnership Facility (WFPF) Portfolio Profile Summary as of 30 June 2008 Table A1-3. WFPF Activities Performance Againts Outputs Contribution to WFP Targets 40M people with 200M people IWRM 100M people improved with access to introduced into with reduced risk irrigation and safe water and to floods drainage 25 river basins sanitation services

Project Name

Sector

Operations Dept

Country

WFPF Allocation

Improved governance

Component 1: Increased levels of water investment Output 1 - Fundable designs (PPTA) PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Agriculture and Flood and Riverbank Erosion Natural SARD Management for Arunachal Resources Pradesh (Phase 2)* PPTA: Northeastern Integrated Agriculture and Flood and Riverbank Erosion Natural SARD Management for Asssam (Phase Resources 2)* PPTA - Emerging Towns Sector Development Program Water Supply and Waste Management SARD

IND

750

3,000,000

IND

750

3,000,000

NEP

120

514,000

Water Supply PPTA: Mekong Water Supply and and Waste Sanitation Project Management PPTA: Metropolitan Santation Management and Health Project PPTA: Water District Development Project Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

SERD

CAM, LAO, VIE

300

200,000

SERD

INO

500

833,000

SERD

PHI

1,200

not yet known

Appendix 3

PPTA - Thua Thien Hue Provincial Water Supply

SERD

VIE

1,500

340,920

26

27

Table A1-3. WFPF Activities Performance Againts Outputs Contribution to WFP Targets 40M people with 200M people IWRM 100M people improved with access to introduced into with reduced risk irrigation and safe water and drainage 25 river basins to floods sanitation services

Project Name

Sector

Operations Dept t SERD

Country

WFPF Allocation

Improved governance

Appendix 3

t1 I

dl

PPTA: Haiphong Water Supply Project

f t i t Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

VIE

1,000

272,000

PPTA: Da Nang Water Supply Project

SERD

VIE

1,500

140,000

Output 2 - Sector Assessments Improved water resources management through enhanced stakeholder participation in O&M of water resources infrastructures not yet known

Agriculture and O&M Study of Small Scale Water Natural Resources Project Resources

SARD

BAN

61

Initial Assessment of the Metro Cebu Kotkot Dam Project

Water Supply and Waste Management Output 3 - Sector Roadmaps

SERD

PHI

62

Loan: Uzbekistan Water Supply and Sanitation Demonstration Water Supply Project - Water supply and and Waste sanitation roadmap (Also in Management Component 2, Output 1) Output 4 - Civil Society Participation

CWRD

UZB

1,500

560,000

Preparing water supply sector roadmap to link to country-wide sector investment planning process

Component 2: Policy and Institutional Reforms Accelerated Output 1 - Reform proposals Loan: Uzbekistan Water Supply Water Supply and Sanitation Demonstration and Waste CWRD Project (Also in Component 1, Management Output 3)

UZB

1,500

560,000

Implementing reforms and capcity development progam for improved water services delivery

Table A1-3. WFPF Activities Performance Againts Outputs Contribution to WFP Targets 40M people with 200M people IWRM 100M people improved with access to introduced into with reduced risk irrigation and safe water and drainage 25 river basins to floods sanitation services

Project Name

Sector

Operations Dept t t EARD

Country

WFPF Allocation

Improved governance

t1 I

dl

Agriculture and ADTA: Implementing the National Natural Flood Management Strategy Resources

PRC

300

ADTA: Urban Wastewater Reuse Water Supply and Sludge Utilization Policy and Waste Study Management Developing Sustainable Water Monitoring and Ecological Payment System Agriculture and Natural Resources

EARD

PRC

300

Implementing a policy to promote flood management in basin context and imporoving provincial flood management strategies Developing pricing structure and institutional capacity for wastewater reuse Establishing a national strategy to establish a market-based ecological service payment system Developing river basin water allocation system (WAS) and improving capacity of MWR to enforce WAS 523,100

EARD

PRC

220

ADTA: River Basin Water Resources Allocation and Management Policy Loan: Small Cities and Towns Demonstration Development Project Loan: Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management (Multitranche Financing) Loan: Dry Zone Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project SSTA: Developing Benefits Sharing Mechanisms for People Adversely Affected by Power Generation Projects

Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management Energy

EARD

PRC

250

EARD

PRC

750

SARD

IND

250

250,000

Brahmani river basin

SARD

SRI

2,000

400,000

Appendix 3

SERD

VIE

240

Vu Gia-Thu Bon river basin

28

29

Table A1-3. WFPF Activities Performance Againts Outputs Contribution to WFP Targets 40M people with 200M people IWRM 100M people improved with access to introduced into with reduced risk irrigation and safe water and drainage 25 river basins to floods sanitation services

Project Name

Sector

Operations Dept t t EARD

Country

WFPF Allocation

Improved governance

Appendix 3

t 2 dl l f t i Output 1 - IReform knowledge events

Workshop on Lakes and Agriculture and Wetlands Restoration and Natural Sustainable Alternative Livelihood Resources Training Woskhop on New Concepts in Integrated Management of Urban Water Cycle Singapore International Water Week (Also in Component 3, Output 4) Water Supply and Waste Management

PRC

20

interregional

Various Countries

78

Improving IWRM to facilitate reversal of water and environment degradation Improving capacity of DMCs for water resources management in urban water supply context Capacity building through knowledge exchange and networking

Multisector

interregional

Various Countries

215

Output 3 - Reform assessments Sector Review and Assessment of Water Supply Improved Water and Sanitation and Waste Service Provision in Urban Areas Management Institutional Study for Integrating Agriculture and Flood Risk Management into Natural Disaster Risk Management in Resources Assam Output 4 - Reform knowledge products Output 5 - National apex bodies Output 6 - Reforms involving civil society EARD MON 200 10,000 Improving regulation and facilitating PSP in urban water supply delivery Enhancing disaster risk management to incorporate flood risk management

SARD

IND

50

Component 3: Institutional Capacity Strengthened and Knowledge Base Expanded Output 1 - Pilot and demonstration projects Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Learning from AgricultureAgriculture and Developing and Demonstrating Natural EARD PRC 50 Sustainable Wetlands Planning Resources and Management in Jiangsu Yancheng Wetlands

Improving water resources management through strengthened government capacity for wetlands protection and management

Table A1-3. WFPF Activities Performance Againts Outputs Contribution to WFP Targets 40M people with 200M people IWRM 100M people improved with access to introduced into with reduced risk irrigation and safe water and drainage 25 river basins to floods sanitation services

Project Name

Sector

Operations Dept t t SARD

Country

WFPF Allocation

Improved governance

C t1 I dl l Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstrating the Value of Greater Women Involvement in Implementing Arsenic Mitigation Measures in Rural Areas

Agriculture and Natural Resources

BAN

50

2,000

Enhancing women participation in rural water supply Improving water resources management through enhanced capacity for soil erosion control and slope stabilization Capacity development for WSS enterprises for improved service delivery Networking and performance benchmarking for improved peformance of utilities in Mongolia and PRC Not yet known

Pilot and Demonstration Activity: Demonstratiog Application of Agriculture and Vetiver System for Slope Natural Stabilization and Erosion Control Resources in Citarum Riparian Communities

SERD

INO

50

Citarum river basin

Output 2 - Water sector agencies (utilities, river basin organizations (RBOs), apex bodies) Capacity and Peformance Diagnosis of Water Supply and Sanitation Enterprises Water Supply and Waste Management CWRD UZB 55 600,000

Establishing the East Asia Water Water Supply Utilities Network under the Water and Waste Operators Partnerships Program Management ADTA: Empowerment of Water User Associations for Improved Water Management Agriculture and Natural Resources

EARD

PRC/MON

100

SARD

IND

550

Long Term Capacity Development Water Supply Support to Ministry of Rural and Waste Development on Rural Water Management Supply and Sanitation

SERD

CAM

140

Improving capacity of MARD for rural water supply implementation CiliwungCisadane river Improving performance or basin; Ciujung river basin organizations river basin; in Citarum Progo-Opak Oyo river basin

Appendix 3

Catalyzing Performance Benchmarking of River Basin Organizations in Indonesia

Agriculture and Natural Resources

SERD

INO

64

30

31

Table A1-3. WFPF Activities Performance Againts Outputs Contribution to WFP Targets 40M people with 200M people IWRM 100M people improved with access to introduced into with reduced risk irrigation and safe water and drainage 25 river basins to floods sanitation services 350,000

Project Name

Sector

Operations Dept t SERD

Country

WFPF Allocation

Improved governance

Appendix 3

C dl l Water Supply t f t i Developing t 1 I for a Plan Corporatizing Provincial Nam and Waste Papas in Lao PDR Management Output 3 - Knowledge products Increasing Awareness and Water Supply Support for Rural Water Supply Through Production of Video on and Waste South Asia Rural Water Supply Management and Sanitation Experiece Output 4 - Knowledge hubs Singapore International Water Week (Also in Component 2, Output 2) Multisector

LAO

95

Reforms anf capacity development support to Provincial Nam Papas

SARD

SRI/ NEP

85

Impoving capacity for rural water supply implementationI

interregional

Various Countries

215

12 established knowledge hubs to facilitate knowledge exchange in the region

Output 5 - Civil society participation capacity Output 6- Regional cooperation

ADB WATER FINANCING PROGRAM 20062010


UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER TAs
As of 11 July 2008, Amount in US$ thousand Sector Sector CENTRAL AND WEST ASIA Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Supply and Waste Management Agriculture Sector Irrigation and drainage Development Environment and Biodiversity Irrigation and Drainage Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Water Resource Management UZB 40086-01 7061-UZB Thomas Robert PPTA Panella TBN 7088-AFG RETA Water Resources Management Project Improved Environmental Protection in Central Asia Water Resources Development Pyanj River Basin Flood Management Project Balochistan Resource Management Program II (Piggybacked to Loan 3721301) Provincial Water Sector Development Strategies & Investment Plan Improved Water Resources Management II Sindh Basic Urban Services (Supplementary) (WFPF Project: Water Supply and Procurement Expert to Support Sindh Cities Improvement Program) Djizzak and Surkhandarya Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Sector (Supplementary) (WFPF Project: Capacity and Performance Diagnosis of Water Supply and Sanitation Enterprises) Issyk-Kul Area Development Study Urban Development as Growth Driver Punjab Cities Improvement Program TOTAL CENTRAL AND WEST ASIA WATER TA PIPELINE EAST ASIA Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Environment and Biodiversity Environment and Biodiversity Environment and Biodiversity Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Water resource management Watershed Management Watershed Management PRC PRC PRC 40687-01 42022-01 42069-01 Yoshiaki Kobayashi AOTA River Basin Water Resources Management Jiangxi Ecosystem Development Soil and Water Conservation in Shaanxi Province Strategy for Eco-compensation and Water/Soil Conservation Management (WFPF Project: Developing a Sustainable Monitoring and Ecological Payment System) Qinghai Rural Water Resources Management Strategy for Drought Management 1,200 1,200 15-Feb-08 Sub-sector Specific Component Country Project No. TA No. Project Officer TA Type TA Name Total TA Amount Amounts ($,000) WFPF Required Specific Component Multi Dutch Fund Approval Year

Watershed, wetlands and REG ecosystem management Irrigation and drainage Flood management Water resource management Water resource management Water resource management Urban water supply and sanitation AFG REG PAK PAK REG

41317-01 42091-01 41601-01 37213-02 41514-01 41316-01

800 1,500 1,400 800 800 1,000

800 1,500 1,400 240 800 1,000

2008 10-Jun-08 28-Mar-08 2008 2008 2008

Thomas Robert PPTA Panella Thomas Robert 6452-REG RETA Panella TBN TBN TBN AOTA AOTA RETA

Integrated

PAK

37220-03

4534-PAK

Kathie M. Julian PPTA

282

282

31-Jan-08

Water Supply and Waste Management

Water Supply and Rural water supply and Sanitation sanitation

UZB

40007-02

4807-UZB

Ye Yong

PPTA

200

200

55

18-Apr-08

Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and Integrated sanitation Water Supply and Urban water supply and Sanitation sanitation Integrated

KGZ REG PAK

41548-01 41550-01 40389-01

TBN TBN TBN

PPTA RETA PPTA

700 1,000 500 10,182

700 1,000 500 9,622 55 0

2008 2008 2008

500 700 600

500 700 600

250

2008 2008

Yue-Lang Feng PPTA Raymond Z. H. AOTA Renfro

Appendix 4

2008

Water resource management Water resource management Water resource management

PRC

42024-01

Qingfeng Zhang AOTA

800

800

220

2008

PRC PRC

42016-01 42025-01

Vidhisha Samarasekara

PPTA

700 400

700 400

2008 2008

Yoshiaki KobayaAOTA

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER TAs
As of 11 July 2008, Amount in US$ thousand Sector Sector Agriculture and Natural Resources Energy Multisector Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management PACIFIC Water Supply and Waste Management Integrated Urban water supply and sanitation TON 38160-02 7082-TON Stephen Blaik AOTA Urban Planning and Management System (Piggybacked to Loan 38160-01) TOTAL PACIFIC WATER TA PIPELINE SOUTH ASIA Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Environment and Biodiversity Irrigation and Drainage Irrigation and Drainage Irrigation and Drainage Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Watershed, wetlands and NEP ecosystem management 40545-01 TBN AOTA Development of the Environment Master Plan Financial Management and Monitoring (piggy-backed to Loan 41657-01 BAN: Second Emergency Flood) (Piggybacked to Loan 41657-01) Support for PPP in Command Area Development Decentralized and Community-Based Water Management Capacity Building for NE Integrated Flood & Riverbank Erosion Management Project Processing and Institutional Development for Integrated Flood & River Erosion Risk Management Investment Program (Assam) North Eastern Integrated Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management (Arunachal Pradesh Phase 2) 500 500 2008 700 700 700 700 0 0 27-May-08 Sub-sector Specific Component Country Project No. TA No. Project Officer TA Type TA Name Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Project Renewable Energy Wuhan Urban Environment Improvement Chongqing Urban/Rural Infrastructure Development Demonstration Urban Wastewater Reuse and Energy Generation from Sludge TOTAL EAST ASIA WATER TA PIPELINE Total TA Amount 1,000 500 700 900 700 7,500 Amounts ($,000) WFPF Required Specific Component Multi Dutch Fund 1,000 150 210 270 700 6,030 300 550 220 Approval Year

Appendix 4

Agriculture Sector Irrigation and drainage Development Hydropower Generation Multisector Multisector Waste Management Hydropower Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation

MON PRC PRC PRC

41234-01 40167-01 42011-01 42012-01 42013-01 7083-PRC

Zhou Yaozhou Ashok Bhargava

PPTA PPTA PPTA PPTA AOTA

2008 2008 2008 2008 26-May-08

Waste water management PRC

Irrigation and drainage

BAN

41657-01

200

200

2008

Irrigation and drainage Irrigation and drainage Flood management

BAN NEP IND

40535-01 38417-01 41642-01

Plamen BozakovAOTA Kenichi Yokoyama Kenichi Yokoyama Kenichi Yokoyama Kenichi Yokoyama PPTA AOTA

750 900 900

750 900 900

2008 2008 2008

Flood management

IND

38412-02

PPTA

900

900

750

2008

Flood management

IND

42192-01

PPTA

900

900

750

2008

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER TAs
As of 11 July 2008, Amount in US$ thousand Sector Sector Multisector Sub-sector Multisector Specific Component Urban water supply and sanitation Country Project No. TA No. Project Officer TA Type TA Name Megacities Development Project (formerly Support for Megacities Dev Proj) Inclusive Tourism Infrastructure Development (Piggybacked to LN 3939901) Preparing Nonsovereign & Innovative Municipal Finance Urban Infrastructure Projects Mainstreaming PPP : The Pilot Projects Initiatives Preparing the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) India Infrastructure Project Financing Facility (IIFCL) II Secondary Towns Integrated Urban Environmental Improvement Capacity Development of the National Capital Region Planning Board Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Sector Program Promoting Inclusive Urban Development in Indian Cities Institutional Strengthening for Decentralized Service Delivery in the Water Sector TOTAL SOUTH ASIA WATER TA PIPELINE Rural Development in Northern Mountainous Provinces Irrigation Systems Operation Efficiency Improvement Project (formerly Participatory Irrigation Management Sector) GMS Flood and Drought Risk Management and Mitigation Total TA Amount 600 Amounts ($,000) WFPF Required Specific Component Multi Dutch Fund 420 Approval Year 2008

BAN

39298-01

TBN

PPTA

Multisector

Multisector

Waste water management REG Urban water supply and sanitation

39399-02

Gulfer Cezayirli RETA

3,000

900

2008

Multisector Multisector Multisector Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

Multisector Multisector

IND IND IND IND NEP IND IND IND SRI

42146-01 41643-01 41598-02 41036-01 36188-01 41598-01 41603-01 41609-01 41679-01 7078-SRI 7055-IND

Sekhar Bonu Anouj Mehta Sekhar Bonu Cheolsu Kim TBN Sekhar Bonu Xu Yi TBN TBN

PPTA PPTA PPTA PPTA PPTA AOTA PPTA AOTA AOTA

1,000 2,000 700 500 820 2,000 1,000 1,000 600 18,270

500 600 350 150 820 2,000 1,000 1,000 600 13,390 1,500 0

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 26-Feb-08 2008 2008 30-May-08

Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and Multisector sanitation Urban water supply and Multisector sanitation Urban water supply and Integrated sanitation Water Supply and Urban water supply and Sanitation sanitation Water Supply and Urban water supply and Sanitation sanitation Water Supply and Urban water supply and Sanitation sanitation Water Supply and Urban water supply and Sanitation sanitation

SOUTHEAST ASIA Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources

Environment and Biodiversity Irrigation and Drainage Water Resource Management

Irrigation and drainage

VIE

41461-01 Ian William Makin 6456-REG Christopher Wensley

PPTA

1,000

300

2008

Irrigation and drainage

PHI

33453-01

PPTA

550

550

2008

Flood management

REG

40190-01

RETA

2,000

2,000

23-Apr-08

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER TAs
As of 11 July 2008, Amount in US$ thousand Sector Sector Sub-sector Specific Component Country Project No. TA No. Project Officer TA Type TA Name Integrated Citarum Water Resources Management (Supplementary) (WFPF Project: PDA - Demonstrating the Application of Vetiver System in Slope Stabilization and Erosion Control in Citarum Riparian Communities Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management Sector Development Program Strengthening Water Management and Irrigation Systems Rehabilitation Greater Mekong Subregion Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project - Social Safeguards Monitoring Developing Benefit Sharing Mechanisms for People Adversely Affected by Power Generation Projects (Supllementary Philippines Basic Urban Services Sector Project Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project II (WFPF Project: Long-Term Capacity Development Support to Ministry of Rural Development) Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project (Supplementary) Water District Development Project CAM/LAO/VIE: Mekong Water Supply and Sanitation Project Ho Chi Minh City Water Supply Hue Water Supply (Thua Thien Hue Provincial Water Supply) Hai Phong Water Supply Danang Water Supply TOTAL SOUTHEAST ASIA WATER TA PIPELINE Total TA Amount Amounts ($,000) WFPF Required Specific Component Multi Dutch Fund Approval Year

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Agriculture and Natural Resources

Water Resource Management

Water resource management

INO

37049-04

4381-INO

Christopher I. Morris

PPTA

200

200

50

12-Mar-08

Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Energy

Water Resource Management Irrigation and Drainage Hydropower Generation Hydropower Generation Multisector

Watershed Management Irrigation and drainage Hydropower

PHI VIE LAO

41220-01 42080-01 37334-03 7094-LAO

Ahsan Tayyab

PPTA

850 1,000 400

850 1,000 400

2008 2008 2008

Dennis EllingsonPPTA Duy-Thanh Bui AOTA

Energy Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

Hydropower Urban water supply and sanitation

VIE PHI

39379-02 41081-01

4689-VIE 7062-PHI

Pradeep Perera AOTA Florian Steinberg Alfredo Perdiguero Alfredo Perdiguero Rudolf Frauendorfer Rudolf Frauendorfer Paulus B. van Klaveren Hubert M. Jenny Hubert M. Jenny Rudolf Frauendorfer PPTA

240 650

240 195

240

22-May-08 19-Feb-08

Water Supply and Rural water supply and Sanitation sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Rural water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation

CAM

38560-01

PPTA

500

500

140

2008

VIE INO PHI REG VIE VIE VIE VIE

40364-01 39071-02 41665-01 41368-01 41070-01 41071-01 41425-01 41456-01 7091-VIE 7089-VIE 4763-INO

PPTA PPTA PPTA RETA PPTA PPTA PPTA

600 500 1,200 1,200 1,500 1,500 1,000 1,500 16,390

600 500 1,200 1,200 1,500 1,500 1,000 1,500 15,235 1,500 3,880 2,550 1,500 1,000 500 1,200 300

2008 12-Mar-08 2008 2008 24-Jun-08 13-Jun-08 2008 2008

Jeanne Everett PPTA

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER TAs
As of 11 July 2008, Amount in US$ thousand Sector Sector REGIONAL Multisector Multisector Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management Multisector Multisector Multisector Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Water resource management REG REG REG 41683-02 42105-01 42110-01 6424-REG Kala Mulqueeny RETA Anand ChiplunkaRETA Wouter T. Lincklaen Arriens Wouter T. Lincklaen Arriens RETA Enhancing Effective Regulation of Water and Energy Infrastructure and Utility Services (Supplementary) Knowledge Sharing on Infrastructure PPPs in Asia Supporting Investments in Water-related Disaster Management Managing Water in Asia's River Basins: Charting Progress and Facilitating Investment TOTAL REGIONAL WATER TA PIPELINE TOTAL 2008 PROGRAMMED WATER TA
PPIS as of 11 July 2008

Sub-sector

Specific Component

Country

Project No.

TA No.

Project Officer TA Type

TA Name

Total TA Amount

Amounts ($,000) WFPF Required Specific Component Multi Dutch Fund

Approval Year

700 500 2,000

350 500 2,000

10-Jun-08 2008 2008

Integrated

REG

41063-01

RETA

2,000 5,200 58,242

2,000 4,850 49,827 0 5,985 9260 0 2,770

2008

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER LOANS
Amount in US$ million Sector Sub-sector Sector CENTRAL AND WEST ASIA Agriculture and Natural Agriculture Sector Resources Development Specific Component Irrigation and drainage Country Project No. Loan Number Project Name Total Loan Amount Amounts ($million) Board Specific WFPF Required Approval Component Multi Dutch Fund Year

Appendix 4

PAK

41218-01

Agriculture and Natural Irrigation and Resources Drainage Hydropower Energy Generation

Irrigation and drainage Hydropower

PAK PAK

39364 34339-03

2411-PAK/ 2412-PAK

Agricultural Sector Program Loan III Barani Integrated Water Resource Sector Project (formerly Community Storage and Irrigated Agriculture Development Sector Project) MFF-Renewable Energy Development Project II

250.00

75.00

2008

75.00 100.00

75.00 70.00

03-Mar-08 2008

Energy Multisector Multisector Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management

Renewable Energy Generation Hydropower Urban water supply Multisector and sanitation Urban water supply Multisector and sanitation Water Supply and Urban water supply Sanitation and sanitation Urban water supply Integrated and sanitation

UZB PAK PAK PAK KGZ

36585 37213 40331-01 40337-01 41548-01

Rural Renewable Energy Development Balochistan Resource Management Program II MFF-Private Participation In Infrastructure Development ($500M) MFF-Karachi Megacity Sustainable Development Program ($800M) Issyk-Kul Area Development Study MFF - Sindh Cities Improvement Program ($300M) (WFPF Project: Increasing Public Awareness and Support for Improved Urban Services: A Participatory Driven Campaign to Support Sindh Cities Improvement Program) Punjab Cities Improvement Program- MFF PFR I ($300) Mega City Development Program (Karachi I)

26.40 150.00 25.00 275.00 30.00

26.40 45.00 7.50 192.50 30.00

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

Integrated Integrated Integrated Integrated Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation

Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Rural water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation

PAK PAK PAK UZB GEO PAK

37220-01 40389-02 41555 40007-01

30.00 100.00 250.00 25.00 40.00 200.00 1,576.40

21.00 70.00 250.00 25.00 40.00 140.00 1,067.40

27.35

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

Surkhandarya Water Supply & Sanitation Municipal Services and Infrastructure 41198-01 Development MFF - Mega City Development Program 37363-01 [Lahore RMTS] ($800M) TOTAL CENTRAL AND WEST ASIA WATER LOAN PIPELINE

27.35

0.00

EAST ASIA Agriculture and Natural Agriculture Sector Resources Development Agriculture and Natural Agriculture Sector Resources Development

Irrigation and drainage Irrigation and drainage

MON

39229-01

Agricultural and Rural Development Shanxi Integrated Agricultural Development in Valley and Watershed Areas

14.00

4.20

2008

PRC

38662-01

100.00

30.00

2008

Agriculture and Natural Environment and Resources Biodiversity

Watershed, wetlands and ecosystem management PRC

38660-02

Ningxia Integrated Ecosystem and Agricultural Development

100.00

30.00

2008

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER LOANS
Amount in US$ million Sector Sector Sub-sector Specific Component Country Project No. Loan Number Project Name Total Loan Amount Amounts ($million) Board Specific WFPF Required Approval Component Multi Dutch Fund Year

Agriculture and Natural Environment and Resources Biodiversity Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Water Resource Management

Watershed, wetlands and ecosystem management PRC Water resource management Water resource management Water resource management

39321

Shaanxi Qinling Mountain Integrated Ecosystem Management Integrated Ecosystem and Water Resources Management In The Baiyangdian Basin Guiyang Integrated Water Resources Management Sector Qingdao Water Resources Management MFF-Gansu Heihe Rural Hydropower Development Investment Program (Dagushan Hydropower Project [Tranche 2]) Xinjiang Municipal Infrastructure and Environmental Improvement Project (formerly Urban Infrastructure II) Guangxi Wuzhou Urban Development 2407-PRC Gansu Baiyin Urban Development Hebei Small Cities and Towns Development Demonstration Sector (WFPF Project for 3 cities: Support for Institutional and Financial Management Capacity Development of Water and Wastewater Implementing Agencies/ Service Companies in Small Cities and Towns) Liaoning Small Cities and Town Development Demonstration Sector Shanxi Small Cities and Towns Development Demonstration Sector Project TOTAL EAST ASIA WATER LOAN PIPELINE Outer Islands Growth Center - Kiritimati Island Infrastructure Development Project TOTAL PACIFIC WATER LOAN PIPELINE MFF-Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management ($200M) MFF-Uttarakhand Power Sector Investment Program (Subproject 2) Bihar Power Sector Development Program

35.00

10.50

2008

PRC PRC PRC

36437 38594 40017

100.00 150.00 60.00

100.00 150.00 60.00

2008 2008 2008

Energy

Hydropower Generation

Hydropower Urban water supply and sanitation Waste water management Urban water supply and sanitation

PRC

39652-03

2408-PRC

28.00

28.00

28-Jan-08

Multisector Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management

Multisector Multisector Water Supply and Sanitation

PRC PRC PRC

39228-03 40642-01 40051

2420-PRC

105.00 100.00 80.00

52.50 70.00 56.00

23-Apr-08 2008 23-Jan-08

Multisector Multisector Multisector PACIFIC Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management

Multisector Multisector Multisector

Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation

0.75 100.00 100.00 100.00 872.00 70.00 70.00 70.00 591.20 2009 2009 2009 0.75 0.00

PRC PRC PRC

40641-01 40641-02 40641-03

Multisector Water Supply and Sanitation

Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation

Appendix 4

KIR COO

38138 40287-01

10.00 20.10 30.10

3.00 20.10 23.10

2008 2008

SOUTH ASIA Agriculture and Natural Irrigation and Resources Drainage Hydropower Energy Generation Hydropower Energy Generation

Irrigation and drainage Hydropower Hydropower

IND IND IND

38411-01 37139-03 41626-01

29.00 63.00 500.00

29.00 9.45 500.00

0.25

2008 2008

38

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER LOANS
Amount in US$ million Sector Sector Energy Energy Sub-sector Hydropower Generation Hydropower Generation Specific Component Hydropower Hydropower Country IND NEP Project No. 41627-01 41055 Loan Number Project Name MFF - Himachal Clean Power Development ($300M) West Seti Hydroelectric Total Loan Amount 50.00 45.00 Amounts ($million) Board Specific WFPF Required Approval Component Multi Dutch Fund Year 50.00 45.00 2008 2008

Appendix 4

Energy Multisector

Renewable Energy Generation Hydropower Irrigation and Multisector drainage Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Waste water management Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation

BHU BAN

37399 41657-01 2409-BAN

Multisector

Multisector

BAN

40517

Power Sector Development Emergency Disaster Damage Rehabilitation (Sector) Project. Public-Private Infrastructure Development Facility - PPIDF (former Infrastructure Financing Devt Facility ) MFF-Rajasthan Urban Sector Development Investment Program (RUSDIP) (Subproject 2) MFF - India Infrastructure Project Financing Facility (IIPFF) 1- Subproject 2 Sasec Tourism Development MFF-North Eastern Region Capital Cities Development Investment Program ($200M) MFF-North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Program (Subproject 2) Greater Colombo Wastewater Management Urban Governance and Infrastructure Improvement SDP MFF-Uttarakhand Urban Sector Development Investment Program (UUSDIP) ($350M) MFF-Jammu and Kashmir Urban Sector Development (Subproject 2) Jaffna Water Supply and Sanitation Project (formerly Jaffna Water Supply and Waste Water Management) Dry Zone Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project (formerly Small Towns and Rural Arid Areas Water Supply and Sanitation) TOTAL SOUTH ASIA WATER LOAN PIPELINE

22.60 180.00

8.30 26.93

2008 31-Jan-08

185.00

55.50

2008

Multisector Multisector Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management

Multisector Multisector Multisector Integrated Integrated Waste Management Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation Water Supply and Sanitation

IND IND REG IND IND SRI BAN

40031-03 40655-04 39399 35290-01 38254-04 36173 29041-02

100.00 200.00 70.00 40.00 50.00 100.00 87.00

70.00 60.00 21.00 28.00 35.00 100.00 60.90

2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

IND IND

38272-01 41116-03

2410-IND

60.00 114.80

60.00 80.36

01-Feb-08 2008

SRI

37378

50.00

50.00

2008

Water Supply and Waste Management SOUTHEAST ASIA Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources

Water Supply and Sanitation

Urban water supply and sanitation

SRI

37381-01

59.80 2,006.20

59.80 1,349.24

2.00 2.25

2008 0.00

Irrigation and Drainage Irrigation and Drainage Water Resource Management

Irrigation and drainage Irrigation and drainage Irrigation and drainage

INO PHI CAM

40247 37749 38558

Rural Infrastructure Support Project II Agrarian Reform Communities II Water Resources Management (Sector) Project

50.00 90.00 15.00

15.00 27.00 15.00

2008 2008 2008

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UPDATED 2008 PIPELINE OF ADB's WATER LOANS
Amount in US$ million Sector Sector Agriculture and Natural Resources Agriculture and Natural Resources Energy Energy Energy Multisector Water Supply and Waste Management Water Supply and Waste Management Sub-sector Water Resource Management Water Resource Management Hydropower Generation Hydropower Generation Hydropower Generation Multisector Integrated Water Supply and Sanitation Specific Component Country Project No. Water resource management INO 37049-01 Water resource management VIE 30292-03 Hydropower Hydropower Hydropower Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation Urban water supply and sanitation REG VIE REG INO PHI VIE 41592-01 36352-01 42031-01 40250 38398-01 41070 2429-VIE Loan Number Project Name MFF-Integrated Citarum Water Resources Management ($500M) Water Resources Management (Sector) GMS: LAO Nam Ngum Hydropower Project Song Bung 4 Hydropower Project GMS Nam Ngiep 1 Hydropower Project Infrastructure Reform Program II MFF-Metro Manila Urban Services for the Poor Investment Program ($494.55M) Ho Chi Minh City Water Supply TOTAL SOUTHEAST ASIA WATER LOAN PIPELINE TOTAL 2008 PIPELINE OF WATER LOANS / WFPF FUNDED
PPIS as of 11 July 2008

Total Loan Amount 90.00 50.00 47.00 196.00 35.00 250.00 38.55 125.00 986.55 5,471.25

Amounts ($million) Board Specific WFPF Required Approval Component Multi Dutch Fund Year 90.00 50.00 47.00 196.00 35.00 175.00 27.00 125.00 802.00 3,832.94 30.35 0.00 2008 2008 2008 26-Jun-08 2008 2008 2008 2008

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Appendix 5 Statement 1 ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ADMINISTRATOR FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT FUND

WATER FINANCING PARTNERSHIP FACILITY TRUST FUND STATUS OF GRANT 30 June 2008 (Amounts in US dollar)

TOTAL CONTRIBUTION COMMITTED Gain (loss) arising from change in value of currency Amount received: Government of Australia (AUD10,000,000) Government of Austria (USD5,000,000) Government of Norway (NOK10,000,000) Receivable from: Government of Norway (NOK20,000,000) NET CONTRIBUTION AVAILABLE Add: Interest income Income from investments 51,537.85 223,266.77
b/

19,228,266.99 224,094.57

a/

8,692,000.00 5,000,000.00 1,809,627.22 3,950,734.34

15,501,627.22 3,950,734.34
c/

19,452,361.56

274,804.62 19,727,166.18

TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE Less: Amounts utilized for Consultants Advertisements Financial expense - bank charges UNUTILIZED BALANCE Less: Outstanding commitments Reserve for ADB administration cost UNCOMMITTED BALANCE Less: TA Approved But Not Yet Effective Reserve for ADB administration cost UNCOMMITTED BALANCE AVAILABLE FOR NEW COMMITMENTS (300,000.00) (15,000.00)
f/

(13.50) (323.00) (12.50)

(349.00) 19,726,817.18
d/

(1,382,163.50) (37,000.00)

e/ f/

(1,419,163.50) 18,307,653.68 (315,000.00) 17,992,653.68

a/ b/ c/ d/

Represents the actual US$ equivalent of contributions committed. Represents initial contribution with the intent to contribute a total of AUD35 million by 2011. Undrawn contributions in local currency are translated at the applicable rate of exchange as of 30 June 2008. Represented by: Cash in bank Investment Accrued interest Advances Undrawn contribution Less: Interfund payable 6,553,153.26 9,218,713.00 4,553.77 18,000.00 3,950,734.34 (18,337.19) 19,726,817.18

e/ f/

Includes approved application under direct charges. Represents 5% of outstanding commitments/ TA approved but not yet effective.

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Statement 1 ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ADMINISTRATOR FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT FUND FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF NETHERLANDS WATER FINANCING PARTNERSHIP - NETHERLANDS STATUS OF GRANT (CONTRIBUTION) as of 30 June 2008 (Amounts in US$ Equivalent)

TOTAL CONTRIBUTION COMMITTED Amount received Receivable from the Gov't. of Netherlands Add: Interest income Income from investment Loss on foreign exchange transaction TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE Less: Amounts utilized for Project expenditures ADB Administration cost Consultants Financial expense - bank charges UNUTILIZED BALANCE Less: Outstanding commitments Reserve for ADB administration cost UNCOMMITTED BALANCE Less: TA approved not yet effective 7089/VIE: HUE Water Supply Project Reserve for ADB administration cost

19,753,000.00 3,703,000.00 16,050,000.00 63,511.41 76,294.21 (579.00)

a/

139,226.62 19,892,226.62

(46,600.00) (2,330.00) (26,867.00) (25.00) (1,300,013.00) (18,670.00)


c/ d/

(75,822.00) 19,816,404.62 (1,318,683.00) 18,497,721.62

b/

(1,500,000.00) (75,000.00)

d/

(1,575,000.00) 16,922,721.62

UNCOMMITTED BALANCE AVAILABLE FOR NEW COMMITMENTS

a/ b/

Represents the sum of utilized and unutilized contributions expressed in US$ equivalents. Represented by: Cash in bank Investment Accrued interest income Interfund receivable Advances Undrawn contribution (USD19,753,000 - USD3,703,000) Interfund payable Includes approved application under direct charges. Represents 5% of outstanding commitments/ TA approved not yet effective.

1,805,776.67 2,036,399.13 604.13 0.69 102,687.00 16,050,000.00 (179,063.00) 19,816,404.62

c/ d/