According to the bank document, the proposed project will focus on three key areas: a) reducing open defecation through a community-based, nutrition-sensitive, behavior change approach involving community mobilization, formation of Village Water, Sanitation, & Hygiene (WASH) committees, communication and messaging, training, etc.,; b) implementing total sanitation interventions in selected villages by providing adequate drainage systems, and piloting technologies like oxidation ponds and solid waste management, etc. to demonstrate total sanitation models for replication in the rest of Punjab; and c)strengthening the roles and capacity of service delivery institutions through training, Information Technology (IT) solutions, etc. to demonstrate the sustainability of interventions and improve service delivery of all sanitation programs in Punjab.
Government Contribution US$ 50 million
Pakistan Partnership for Improved Nutrition (PPIN) Trust Fund (Administered by the World Bank) US$ 10 million
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