Senegal Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project (WB-P164262)

  • Senegal
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Financial Institutions
  • World Bank (WB)
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Project Status
Bank Risk Rating
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Voting Date
Jun 22, 2018
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  • Water and Sanitation
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Investment Amount (USD)
$ 130.00 million
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Project Cost (USD)
$ 130.00 million
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Primary Source

Original disclosure @ WB website

Updated in EWS Jul 8, 2018

Disclosed by Bank Mar 16, 2018

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Project Description

The development objective of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project for Senegal is to increase access to improved water and sanitation services in selected rural areas and strengthen capacity for water resources management. This project has four components. 1) The first component, Rural Water Supply, aims to improve water services and expand access through the following sub-components: (i) Upgrading of piped water systems to increase water availability and quality, in selected areas; and (ii) Development of access to water in selected areas. 2) The second component, Sanitation, aims to increase access to improved sanitation and ensure adequate disposal of wastewater and sludge through the following sub-components: (i) Development of access to improved sanitation in selected rural areas; (ii) Development of access to condominial sewerage services and provision of adequate wastewater and sludge disposal in Gandiaye; (iii) Development of access to sewerage services and provision of adequate wastewater and sludge disposal in selected small towns; (iv) Implementation of a pilot program of the marketing approach to sanitation; and (v) Support to the Recipient. 3) The third component, Water Resources Management, aims to improve the knowledge and planning of the development of water resources through the following sub-components: (i) Strengthening the Recipient’s capacity to assess and monitor water resources; and (ii) Supporting the Recipient’s capacity in planning the development of water resources. 4) The fourth component, Program Coordination, Institutional Support and Capacity Building, aims to support sector institutions and reforms, and to enable the Project Coordination Unit (PCU) to deliver its responsibilities

Investment Description
  • World Bank (WB)
Contact Information
Lat Diop
Ministère de l'Hydraulique et de l'Assainissement (MHA)
Thierno Hamet BabaLy
Secrétaire Général


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