According to the bank website, the project will improve access to safe water in Tete settlement in Port Moresby, an informal settlement of about 8,000 people in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. These settlements are now an established feature of the urban landscape in Port Moresby.
Outputs include: (i) new water supply infrastructure constructed, including a pipeline and a storage tank; (ii) Tete water supply scheme managed by the community via the newly formalized community Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) committee; and (iii) a management model developed for a community-managed water supply scheme in settlement areas.
Responsible ADB Officer Conroy, Alexandra L.
Responsible ADB Department Pacific Department
Responsible ADB Division Urban, Social Development & Public Management Division, PARD
Executing Agencies Department of National Planning & Monitoring
Vulupindi Haus, P.O. Box 631, Waigani, NCD, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
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