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Financial Monitoring Report No. 24 July - September 2014
Thursday, 30 October 2014

Explanation of FMR No. 24 (period July - September 2014) as follows :

Up to 3rd Quarter 2014, the cumulative expenditure is Rp 2,600.75 billion (AUS$ 277.96 million) with sources of funds as follow:

  • GOA (Australian Aid)  : Rp. 2,318.62 billion (AUS$ 247.86 million).
  • GOI Counterpart       : Rp.    282.13 billion (AUS$   30.10 million).

And the detail uses of funds by category up to 3rd Quarter 2014 are as follow:

 

NoCategoryPayments GOAPayments GOI
(In Million)(In Million)
Q3- 2014Cumulative to DateQ3 - 2014Cumulative to Date
IDRAUDIDRAUDIDRAUDIDRAUD
1 Civil Works 41,911.41 3.887 2,029,543.15 215.887 5,698.07 0.528 275,925.03 29.351
2 Goods 0.00 0.000 40,882.96 5.006 0.00 0.000 5,558.25 0.677
3 IOC 528.90 0.049 5,109.42 0.575 67.44 0.006 648.15 0.073
4 Implementation Support 14,114.19 1.300 243,088.78 26.393 0.00 0.000 0.00 0.000
Total 56,554.50 5.237 2,318,624.31 247.862 5,765.51 0.535 282,131.42 30.101

 

3rd Quarter 2014 shows total of expenditure is Rp. 62.32 billion (AUS$ 5.77 million) with sources of funds as
follow:

  • GOA (Australian Aid) : Rp. 56.55 billion (AUS$ 5.24 million)
  • GOI Counterpart      : Rp.   5.76 billion (AUS$ 0.53 million)

And the detail uses of funds by category in 3rd Quarter 2014 are as follows.....

 

 

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Project Progress Report September 2014
Wednesday, 29 October 2014

In accordance with clause III.A.1 (a) of Schedule 2 of AIPRD-L002 Loan Agreement for Eastern Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (EINRIP), the monthly Project Progress Report (PPR) for month of September 2014 is now available. Summary provided in the report are:

Loan Agreement - The original loan closing date of 1 June 2011 was extended to 31 December 2014, (2nd extension) through the Amendment No. 2 to the Project Loan Agreement, signed on 28 February 2013. Currently, a proposed third extension to loan closing date to 30 September 2015 is under discussion and under process.

Environmental Studies and Land Acquisition - From the  20 packages included under EINRIP, environmental studies required for all 14 packages were complete by end of 2010, including the AMDAL for ESS-04, ESS-05 and ESS-06 in South Sulawesi. There was no land acquisition required for 2 packages. Land acquisition for 18 packages is complete.

Procurement of Civil Works - Procurement for all 20 Civil Works packages was complete at end of November 2012.

Variation Orders (V.O.) - During September 2014, NOLs were issued by Australian Aid for V.O. No. 04 EKS-01 and V.O. No. 07 ESS-01.

Project Financial Status (30 September 2014) - Cumulative advances to Special Account to date: A$ 263.81 million, Balance in Special Account on 31 September 2014 : A$ 14.96 million and Expenditure charged to Special Account during September 2014 : A$ 2.65 million.

Other matters - HIV/AIDS Prevention Campaign for ENT-01 (7-13 September, 2014) was done by RSC. The 2nd Road Safety Audit was carried out on site for ESS-05 (31 August – 1 September 2014) and ESS-06 (1-2 September 2014).  Report was issued by Australian Aid on 23 September 2014.

 

 


 
TFAC AUDIT REPORT for PACKAGE ESS-06 (Bulukumba – Tondong – Sinjai)
Monday, 29 September 2014

As part of requirement of loan agreement, and the ongoing activity of independent technical audit of individual projects, TFAC Consultants commenced the Round 9 of audits in August 2014, for two packages ESS-05 and ESS-06. These audits will cover Monitoring audits.

The Third Monitoring Audit for ESS-06 was conducted on 17-19 August 2014. A Closing meeting of the audit was held in the Contractor’s works camp office on 22 August 2014. The purpose of this audit to assess the quality of the works currently being implemented, progress of works, and to check the action taken by RSC and Contractor to address previously identified non-conformities.

The general impression gained on progress of ESS-06 during this 3rd Monitoring Audit was that in the period between the Second Monitoring Audit in April 2014 and August 2014, progress has improved but quality has declined with some activities. The reduction in quality is mainly related to backfilling for drainage construction, alignment of U-ditches, retaining wall foundations, road maintenance, and road shoulder widths are widely shown to be unacceptable. 31 finding have been identified and 22 Audit Forms were issued during this audit.

 

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Project Progress Report August 2014
Friday, 26 September 2014

In accordance with clause III.A.1 (a) of Schedule 2 of AIPRD-L002 Loan Agreement for Eastern Indonesia National Road Improvement Project (EINRIP), the monthly Project Progress Report (PPR) for month of August 2014 is now available. Summary provided in the report are:

Loan Agreement-The original loan closing date of 1 June 2011 was extended to 31 December 2014, (2nd extension) through the Amendment No. 2 to the Project Loan Agreement, signed on 28 February 2013. Currently, a proposed third extension to loan closing date to 30 September 2015 is under discussion and under process.
Environmental Studies and Land Acquisition- Of the 20 packages included under EINRIP, environmental studies required for all 14 packages were complete by end of 2010, including the AMDAL for ESS-04, ESS-05 and ESS-06 in South Sulawesi.  There was no land acquisition required for 2 packages. Land acquisition for 18 packages is complete.
Procurement of Civil Works-Procurement for all 20 Civil Works packages was complete at end of November 2012
Variation Orders (V.O.)-During August 2014, no NOL was issued by Australian Aid.
Project Financial Status (31 August 2014)- Cumulative advances to Special Account to date: A$ 261.95 million, Balance in Special Account on 31 August 2014 : A$ 15.73 million and  Expenditure charged to Special Account during August 2014 : A$ 0.38 million
Other matters- EINRIP Coordination Meeting No. 32 was held at Denpasar on 19 August, 2014 that reviewed the progress of ongoing construction packages of EINRIP. Director of Planning, Kepala Balai BPJN Bali, KaSubdit Wilaya II-C conducted a monitoring visit to ENT-01,Ende on 20 August 2014, as a follow-up to the EINRIP Coordination Meeting. TFAC Monitoring audits for ESS-05 and ESS-06 in South Sulawesi were conducted in August 2014.

 

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