According to bank documents, the project aims to reduce wastewater pollution and strengthen the capacity of the participating institutions to manage wastewater treatment systems in La Paz and Tarija. It will increase wastewater treatment and reuse coverage rates so as to ultimately reduce water pollution, improve the health of populations in beneficiary areas, and contribute to building climate resilience in agricultural areas surrounding urban cities. An initial Climate Risk screening showed moderate risks for wastewater in the country; these risks are mainly linked to increased incidence of drought which will affect both the quality and quantity of wastewater to be treated.
Borrower: Plurinational State of Bolivia
Mariana Prado Noya, Minister of Planning
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Implementing Agency: Ministry of Environment and Water
Carlos Ortuño Yañez, Minister of Environment and Water
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