The development objective of Water and Sanitation Development Project is to improve water supply and sanitation services in select coastal and northeastern regions in Kenya. This project has four components. 1) The first component, Rehabilitation and expansion of urban water supply and sanitation services in the coastal region, has the following subcomponents: (i) Support to coastal counties; and (ii) Support to the coast bulk water services provider. 2) The second component, Expansion of water supply and sanitation services in underserved northeastern counties, aims to finance a program of activities designed to improve water supply and sanitation services in the northeastern counties, such as Wajir town in Wajir County and the Dadaab refugee camp host communities in Garissa County. 3) The third component, National performance-based financing, has the following two subcomponents: (i) Support for water and sanitation infrastructure investments and services; and (ii) Technical assistance for national performance-based financing. 4) The fourth component, Project management, finance a program of activities designed to strengthen the capacity of the Recipient for project management, implementation and coordination, and Monitoring and Evaluation (M and E).
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