Indrawan Prabaharyaka

Master of Philosophy, Integrated Water Management. Thesis: ‘Institutional Pathologies and Urban Water Access’ First Class. Honours Monash South Africa, South Africa, 2012-201.
Bachelor of Environmental Engineering Thesis: ‘Preliminary Study of Waste-by-Rail for Bandung City’. Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia, 2002-2007

Research Priorities

  • Urban water and sanitation, in relation to housing and slum settlement
  • Knowledge production and material politic of urban infrastructures
  • Southern urbanism
  • Participatory Research Action
  • New Institutionalism


  • 2015 Technische Universität München – Graduate School Bridging Finance Scholarship
  • 2012 Ken Thiess Memorial Scholarship, International River Foundation
  • 2006 Kompas-Gramedia Fair Photo Contest 2006 – 1st Prize Winner

Selected Work Experiences

  • Mar 15 – present: Program Coordinator. The National Water and Sanitation Working Group
    The State Ministry of Development Planning
  • May 14 – Feb 15: Researcher, Uncovering Hidden Urban Dynamic (UNHIDE) project
    UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education
  • May 14 – Sept 14: Researcher: Revisiting Performance Evaluation of Rural Community-Based Water Supply Management. The National Water and Sanitation Working Group.
    The State Ministry of Development Planning

Publications (Selected)

  • Environmental sustainability and equity of access to water in Jakarta Habitat International. (2016). co-authored with M. Kooy and C. Walter.
  • ‘Health-associated Expenditure of Urban Informal Industrial Sector: An assessment tool’. (2012). Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 36, pp. 112-122, co-authored with A. Nastiti, D. Roosmini, and T. Kunaefi.
  • ‘The Perpetual Slum’. (2010) .Asian Geographic Magazine Vol 3/2010