Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS May 9, 2019
Disclosed by Bank May 15, 2017
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The Hezhou Urban Water Infrastructure and Environment Improvement Project aims to improve flood risk management and reduce discharge of water pollutants in Hezhou Municipality. Project components include as following:
1) The first component: Improve Flood Risk Resilience of the He River by connecting the He mainstream to tributaries, improving flood drainage capacity, removing obstructions, and managing the river bank.
2) The second component: Improve Urban Drainage and Wastewater Management diverting flood waters, enhancing tributary drainage capacities, and storing/absorbing flood waters in lakes, canals, and green infrastructure. By separating drain system and sewage system, it can provide effective treatment of wastewater and reduce water pollution.
3) The third component: Institutional Strengthening, Capacity Building and Project Management.
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) US$ 150.00 million
Counterpart Funding US$ 209.35 million
Total cost US$ 359.40 million
Sr Water & Sanitation Spec.
People's Republic of China
Director, International Dept. MOF (Ministry of Finance)
Hezhou Project Management Office
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