The proposed Project will constitute an Investment Project Financing with selected Disbursement-linked Indicators (DLIs) to provide incentives to ensure implementation of critical institutional reforms. The overall cost of the proposed Project is US$122.5 million, to be financed by a US$50.0 million IDA credit, with the remaining coming from national and municipal counterpart contributions. The Project will comprise four components as follows:Component 1. Operationalization of the new service provider in Tegucigalpa;Component 2. Improved water production capacity and efficiency of the distribution network; Component 3. Project Management and Technical Assistance; Component 4: Contingent Emergency Response Component (CERC).
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