Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 7, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Jun 7, 2017
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According to ADB website, the development pressure in Tonga's capital, Nuku'alofa, is increasing as a result of population growth and further investment in sustainable urban infrastructure is required, with particular focus on building disaster and climate change resilience. Land for urban expansion of Nuku'alofa is limited to peripheral agricultural and ecologically sensitive areas, placing development pressure on existing marginal areas within Nuku'alofa such as Sopu and Popua, which are low lying, subject to frequent flooding during periods of heavy rain and storm surge, and have significant numbers of poor households.
Project Officer: Vicedo Ferrer, Maria
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