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About

Overview

The Indonesia Multi-Partner Fund Facility for Disaster Recovery (IMDFF-DR) is established as a standing mechanism to help fund implementation of the Government of Indonesia’s Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Action Plans (RENAKSI) that are formulated following disasters that require International support. RENAKSI are based on Government led Post-Disaster Needs Assessments conducted with support from the United Nations and the World Bank and provide the foundation for priority setting for the Facility.

To ensure national ownership, all projects funded by the Facility would be in support of, and strictly aligned with the Government of Indonesia’s Damage and Loss Assessment (DALA), Early Recovery Plan and RENAKSI or post-disaster Action Plans. The IMDFF-DR is intended to complement government-funded recovery activities, and bring strategic value in developing capacity and promoting sustainability.

The Facility maintains two separate and clearly defined funding windows: one supported by the United Nations and one with the World Bank. The UN Window operates under the IMDFF-DR governance arrangements as outlined in the IMDFF-DR Operational Manual.

Decision Making Process

The purpose of UN window of the IMDFF-DR is to ensure (i) national ownership and alignment with Jakarta Commitments and (ii) speed and flexibility in delivering results. The IMDFF-DR will fund projects/programmes and related activities in support of the Government’s RENAKSI.  The proposals to be funded should meet the following criteria:

  • Consistent with the Government’s Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Strategy in response to the needs of the citizens of the disaster affected area;
  • Enable the efficient, speedy and sustainable recovery and can be completed;
  • Comply with the signed agreements with the administrative agent.

 Contributions to the IMDFF-DR will be allocated between the two windows within the following focus areas:

  • Early Recovery
  • Rehabilitation and Reconstruction
  • Housing
  • Livelihoods
  • Technical Assistance and Capacity Building

 Governance

 The Facility’s Steering Committee functions as the highest level decision-making, policy dialogue and coordination entity with streamlined membership and procedures for timely decision-making on urgent needs.  The Steering Committee shall be chaired by the Deputy Minister of Regional Affairs, BAPPENAS, jointly co-chaired by the Deputy Minister for Development  Funding Affairs, BAPPENAS and the Deputy for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction, BNPB with membership comprising echelon-I officials from the Ministry of Finance and key line ministries.

The UN Resident Coordinator shall represent the United Nations as a whole and the Country Director of the World Bank in Indonesia shall represent the World Bank as members of Steering Committee. Donor membership shall be determined by the Government, in consultation with prospective donors and taking into account level of donation. Local Government officials and other stakeholders from disaster hit areas shall participate in Steering Committee meetings as observers as appropriate.

The Technical Committee led by the Government, with flexible design to incorporate inputs from appropriate stakeholders shall support the Facility to ensure projects are aligned with RENAKSI or Government Action Plans, including Government Regulation No. 2/2006 and related aid management policies and regulations. The Technical Committee shall ensure the technical quality of projects and compliance with established criteria.

Each Participating UN Organization shall sign a standardized Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with UNDP as the Administrative Agent that sets out the duties and responsibilities of each party.  Each Participating UN Organization shall assume full programmatic and financial accountability for the funds disbursed to it by the Administrative Agent. Each of the Participating UN Organizations shall carry out its activities contemplated in the approved project proposal in accordance   with the regulations, rules, directives and procedures applicable to it, using its standard implementation modalities.

The MPTF Office has been appointed the Administrative Agent (AA) of the UN window of the IMDFF-DR on behalf of the Participating UN Organizations, as agreed with the PA. The AA shall be responsible for concluding Standard Administrative Arrangement (SAA) with donors and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with Participating UN Organizations. It shall receive, administer and transfer funds to Participating UN Organizations upon instructions from the Steering Committee and submit periodic consolidated narrative and financial reports to the Steering Committee for onward submission to all donors. 

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Key Figures
Funding Status
Participating Organizations are required to submit final year-end expenditures by April 30 in the following year; Interim expenditure figures are submitted on a voluntary basis and therefore current year figures are not final until the year-end expenditures have been submitted.
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Funds with Administrative Agent
Contributions from Donors 4,987,739  
Interest and Investment Income (from Fund) + 31,196  
Interest (from Participating Organizations) + 915  
Total source of funds   5,019,850
Transferred to Participating Organizations 4,951,225  
Refunds from Participating Organizations - 65,399  
Administrative Agent Fee + 49,877  
Direct Cost + 0  
Bank Charges + 357  
Total use of funds   - 4,936,060
Balance with Administrative Agent   83,790
As a percentage of deposits   1.7%
Funds with Participating Organizations
Transfers to Participation Organizations 4,951,225  
Total resources   4,951,225
Participating Organizations' Expenditure 4,758,620  
Refunds from Participating Organizations + 65,399  
Total expenses   - 4,824,019
Balance with Participating Organizations   127,206
As a percentage of transfers   2.6%
Total Balance of Funds   210,996
As a percentage of deposits   4.2%
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Contacts
For UN Programme Matters Contact:
Office of the UN Resident Coordinator, Jakarta, Indonesia, Tel :+62 21 314 1308, Fax :+66 21 3100158
For Administrative Agent Matters Contact:

Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office (MPTF Office), Bureau of Management, United Nations Development Programme; Fax: +1 212 906 6990;  

  • Ms Jennifer Topping, Executive Coordinator, E-mail: jennifer.topping@undp.org  
  • Ms Mari Matsumoto, Senior Portfolio Manager, Telephone: +1 212 906 5102+1 212 906 5735; E-mail: mari.matsumoto@undp.org
  • Ms Louise Moretta, Chief of Finance, Telephone: +1 212 906 5667+1 212 906 5667; E-mail: louise.moretta@undp.org
  • Ms Marie Flore Trevant Guisse, Operations & Finance Associate, Email: marie.guisse@undp.org; Telephone: +1 212-906-6339
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