This project funds upgrading and constructing water supply systems in up to 26 small towns, with 1,450 km of water supply pipelines, 78,000 household connections, 26 water treatment systems with 50,000 cubic meter per day capacity, 20,300 household toilets with septic tanks, septic management facilities and equipment, drainage systems and master plans, and training for agencies and public awareness.
The financing for this project comes from:
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (Grant): US$ 1.3 million
ADB (Loan): US$ 60 million
OPEC Fund for International Development (Loan): US$ 20 million
Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF ADB
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