According to World Bank website, the development objective of the Metro Manila Flood Management Project for Philippines is to improve flood management in selected areas of Metro Manila. The project comprises of four components:
1. Modernizing drainage areas will construct an estimated 20 new and modernize an estimated 36 existing pumping stations and appurtenant infrastructure, improve the associated waterways and drainage channels, including secondary and tertiary ones as needed, and develop new drains when required.
2. Minimizing solid waste in waterways will carry out neighborhood-level activities near the pumping stations and waterways and drainage channels targeted under component 1 of the project.
3. Participatory housing and resettlement will support three groups of project affected people. Group 1 refers to project affected people (PAPs) who were resettled before December 8, 2014 (the date of the announcement of the project identification mission). Group 2 refers to PAPs that were resettled from technical footprints from December 8, 2014 to project effectiveness. Group 3 refers to PAPs that will be resettled from technical footprints after project effectiveness.
4. Project management and coordination will provide support for the operation of the project management offices in department of public works and highways (DPWH) and metropolitan manila development authority (MMDA) with respect to the management and coordination of their respective parts of the project
Team Leader: Joop Stoutjesdijk
Lead Irrigation Engineer, World Bank
Telephone No.: 473-3754
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Borrower/Client/Recipient: Department of Finance
Telephone No.: (63-2) 523-9216
Email Address: email@example.com
Implementing Agency: Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Undersecretary and Director of Env. Management bureau
Foreign Assisted Projects Office
Telephone No: (632) 929-6626
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Implementing Agency: Metro Manila Development Authority
Dr. Cesar B. Chavez, OIC - AGM for Planning
Telephone No.: 09156961131
Email Address: email@example.com
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