The development objective of the Infrastructure and Urban Development Project for Togo is to improve access to urban infrastructure and basic services in selected cities and strengthen the institutional capacity of participating cities in urban planning and management. The first component, urban infrastructure and basic services objective is to increase access to urban infrastructure and basic services in underserviced neighborhoods in the three cities of Lome, Kara, and Dapaong. The second component, institutional strengthening and technical assistance will provide technical support to strengthen the institutional capacity of the seven participating cities, namely the three cities financed under component 1 as well as Kpalime, Tsevie, Atakpame, and Sokode.T he third component, management, coordination, monitoring and evaluation will finance the direct costs of the management and operation of this project to ensure smooth implementation of all project activities in accordance with the World Bank’s policies and guidelines.
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