According to the Bank’s website, the objective of this project is to test a scalable, outcomes-based contracting mechanism to increase formal connections to sewage systems. This mechanism will be scaled through an IDB loan to INAPA (DR's water and sanitation authority) aimed to increase the access of vulnerable population to sewage systems in coastal areas. IDB's Water and Sanitation Division (WSA) and INAPA will build on the learnings of this pilot in a second project phase to expand sewage connections for vulnerable groups via a national outcomes-based program thanks to the IDB loan.
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