According to the bank's website, "The current project adopts a sector approach for developing sustainable, inclusive, and climate-resilient water supply and improved sanitation in the greater Honiara area (GHA) and in five other towns of Auki, Gizo, Noro, Munda, and Tulagi in Solomon Islands. The additional financing will complement project activities and will focus on: i) promoting resilient and effective management of Honiara's watershed area, and (ii) improving water quality in Kongulai Spring through reduction of high turbidity."
Responsible ADB Officer Blaik, Stephen
Responsible ADB Department Pacific Department
Responsible ADB Division PAUW
Executing Agencies Ministry of Finance and Treasury
P.O. Box 26
Honiara, Solomon Islands
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