Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Jun 16, 2022
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According to the bank website, the objective of the project is to improve and expand water supply for domestic and industrial use, sanitation services, food and nutrition security by harnessing water resources and developing infrastructure and water and sanitation systems for Dodoma City, Bahi, Chemba and Chamwino towns. This Program Appraisal Report (PAR) presents the first phase of the program. The specific objective of the first phase is to construct water storage and treatment facilities and prepare transmission and distribution systems to meet the current and future water demand for water supply, sanitation, irrigation, fisheries and industrial use. The main activities under the first phase of the program are: (i) construction of a32-metre high Farkwa Dam which will impound raw water (470 million m3), (ii) construction of a 128,000 m3/day Water Treatment Plant (WTP),(iii) Preparatory studies/designs for the water conveyance systems to Dodoma City, Bahi and Chamwino Towns, wastewater treatment and sanitation facilities, fisheries development; and (iv) catchment protection and management and capacity development.
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