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The Accelerating Clean Energy Access to Reduce Inequality (ACCESS) project aims to support the poor and most vulnerable communities to have equitable and sustainable access to essential services for improving their livelihoods and implemented in 2020-2024 in 22 villages in four provinces in Indonesia (East Nusa Tenggara, West Sulawesi, South-East Sulawesi, and Central Kalimantan provinces) and 25 villages in three municipalities of Timor-Leste (Municipality of Dili (Atauro), Bobonaro and Manatuto). The ACCESS project is funded from the grant of USD 18,028,509 from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) Indonesia, from which Indonesia's allocation is USD 15,028,509 and USD 3 million for Timor-Leste.

At the end of the project, with a minimum of 30% of women as direct beneficiaries and in compliance with social-environmental safeguards, The ACCESS Project is expected to result in access to electricity to at least 20,000 people in Indonesia and Timor-Leste and access to water to 3,500 people in Timor-Leste from the total installation of about 1.2 MegaWatt communal solar-PV power plants, improve the technical capacity of 80 local people and enhance the sustainability of built clean energy infrastructure at the village level by establishment of local energy service institutions.

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