Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Feb 10, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Feb 5, 2019
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According to the bank document, the project development objective is to improve water supply and sanitation services through a public-private partnership in selected areas of Deyang Municipality. The following components are under discussion with the borrower, with specific details still to be confirmed:
Component 1: Improving WSS Services in Peri-Urban and Rural Areas of Jingyang District (Estimated Cost: US$147 million; IBRD loan: US$97 million)
Component 2: Technical Assistance (TA) for PPP Scale Up, Capacity Building, and Project Management (Estimated Cost: US$3 million; IBRD loan: US$3 million).
Government Resources (Equity) US$ 20.00 million
Non-Government Contributions - Private Sector Equity US$ 30.00 million
Gang Qin, Victoria Hilda Rigby Delmon
Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
People's Republic of China
Contact: Mr.Xia Lyu
Jingyang Project Management Office
Contact: Xiaoyun Liao
Position: Deputy Director of District Finance Bureau
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