According to bank documents, the program aims to strengthen institutions and policies for increasing access and improving rural sanitation services in selected governorates in the Arab Republic of Egypt. This program is a part of the Borrower's National Rural Sanitation Program (NRSP) and consists of the following result areas (RAs) and activities:
A. Improved sanitation access.
B. Improved operational systems and practices of WSCs.
C. Strengthened national sector framework.
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