Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Sep 9, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Jun 12, 2019
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According to bank documents, "The proposed program will support projectstoimprove the people access to water sources and sanitation services in selected areas in Afghanistan. The activities included under the proposed phase 1 project aretargeting priorities for improving access, quality and reliability of water supply services, reducing water demand and NRW, optimizing operating costs with the objective to improve the AUWSSC and Kandahar Strategic Business Unit(KSBU)’s performance. The proposed project will include fourcomponents: Component 1: Water Supply Infrastructure and Efficiency Improvements; Component 2: Sector Reform, Institutional Strengthening, and Capacity Building; Component 3: Project Management and Monitoring; and Component 4: Contingent Emergency Response Component."
Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund US$ 180 million
Sana Kh.H. Agha Al Nimer, Maximilian Leo Hirn, Mir Ahmad Ahmad
Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Afghanistan WaterSupply and Sewerage Corporation (AUWSSC)
Hamid Yelani, General Director
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