According to the 2022 Development Budget Allocation List (DIPA) submitted by President Joko Widodo on November 29, 2021, our budget ceiling for the 2022 program plans reaches Rp100.6 trillion.Jakarta (ANTARA) - Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) Minister Basuki Hadimuljono highlighted the PUPR Ministry’s program and budget allocation plans in 2022 at a meeting with Commission V of the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR RI) here, Tuesday.
“According to the 2022 Development Budget Allocation List (DIPA) submitted by President Joko Widodo on November 29, 2021, our budget ceiling for the 2022 program plans reaches Rp100.6 trillion," the minister noted.
Hadimuljono remarked that Rp41.2 trillion of the budget will be utilized for the water resources management sector to continue the construction of 35 dams, commence the establishment of two new dams, revitalize several lakes, and build 42,400 hectares of irrigation areas.
In addition, the amount will be utilized to revitalize 123,740 hectares of irrigation system as well as construct 157 kilometers (km) for flood control and coastal management.
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Meanwhile, Rp39.7 trillion will be spent for the roads development sector for construction of 354 km of new roads, 23.715 km of bridges, 1.072 km of flyovers and underpasses, as well as 9.2 km of toll roads, including the Serang–Panimbang and Semarang–Demak toll road sections.
Furthermore, the ministry will allocate Rp12.5 trillion to the human settlement sector for the development of the Drinking Water Supply System (SPAM) to supply 1,637 liters per second, waste water management system for 8,410 families, and solid waste management system for 21 thousand families.
The budget will also be utilized for handling 802 hectares of slum areas -- including revitalization of the settlement, educational, sports, and market facilities -- as well as regional planning of the Lasem area in Central Java Province and the Manado-Likupang area in North Sulawesi Province.
For the housing sector, Rp5.1 trillion will be utilized for the construction of 5,141 flats, 1,823 special housing units, and 20,500 public infrastructure units for low-income communities, as well as disbursement of self-help housing assistance for 101,250 houses.
Furthermore, Rp2.1 trillion will be allocated for operations pertaining to management support and other technical tasks.
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Translator: Aji Cakti, Uyu Liman
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