MALI – Climate-Change and Covid-19-Resilient Drinking Water Supply And Sanitation Support Project In The Kayes Region And Kati Circle (AFDB-P-ML-E00-011)

  • Mali
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  • African Development Bank (AFDB)
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Voting Date
Dec 16, 2022
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  • Climate and Environment
  • Water and Sanitation
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Not Disclosed
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Updated in EWS Feb 1, 2023

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Project Description
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This intervention concerns the Climate-Change and Covid-19-Resilient Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Support Project in The Kayes Region and Kati Circle. It aims to contribute to the improvement of rural communities’ living conditions in Kayes Region and Kati Circle by facilitating access to climate-change and COVID-19 resilient drinking water supply, hygiene and sanitation. Its implementation will provide smart, climate-change resilient infrastructure as well as feasibility and detailed design studies aimed at providing universal water coverage throughout the Kayes and Koulikoro Regions. This project will also provide an opportunity for DNH to acquire institutional and organisational capacity in terms of public water service and IWRM. It comprises the following three components: (i) immediate interventions and COVID-19 preventive measures; (ii) investment planning and water resources management; and (iii) capacity building, project coordination and management.

The project objective is to build the resilience of men and women in the Kayes Region and Kati Circle to climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic through the sustainable improvement of DWSS systems.

Investment Description
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AfDB Investment: U.A 3,916,482.43

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