According to the bank, the proposed intervention aims to "increase resilience of water resources for drinking and hygiene purposes in RMI.
This will be done by: (i) Improving household and community rainwater harvesting and storage structures to increase resilience of water supply in all outer islands and atolls accounting for approximately 28% of RMI’s population, including 7,630 (49%) women, currently at risk. (ii)Securing groundwater resources from contamination due to inundation caused by wave overtopping of seawater. (iii) Strengthening the technical capacities of national and subnational institutions and key stakeholders."
Co-funding: Marshall Islands Government 6.12 million USD
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