According to the bank document, the proposed project aims to improve the service standards of the rural water and sanitation systems n select districts of rural Punjab by:
1. Reform led improvement through governance and institutional improvements associated with technical assistance through studies/assessments
2. Infrastructure development and improvement to enable 24x7, metered, affordable and safe drinking water at household level
3. Infrastructure development for improvement of safe and healthy sanitation
4. Capacity development to improve the rural water supply and sanitation management by introducing responsibility, accountability and transparency at the community level and for the public sector.
Borrower US$ 1,900 million
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