According to bank documents, the objectives of the Project are to: (i) Increase water service coverage in key cities of Mozambique’s territory; (ii) Strengthen the institutional and regulatory capacity for water supply services in the northern, central and southern regions of Mozambique’s territory; and (iii) Support Mozambique to respond promptly and effectively to an Eligible Crisis or Emergency.
The additional funding (AF) will finance water supply investments in the cities of Tete and Moatize that have been affected by the Cyclone Idai, extend project activities to the city of Nacala with co-financing from the Government of the Netherlands. The project has two components;
World Bank Group Financing
IDA Grant - USD 75.00M
Non-World Bank Group Financing
NETHERLANDS: Min. of Foreign Affairs / Min. of Dev. Coop. - USD 26.00M
Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
Odete Duarte Muximpua
Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
Ministryof Economy and Finance
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