According to bank documents, the project objective is to support the recovery of public and private infrastructure and livelihoods while strengthening climate resilience in the areas most affected by Cyclones Idai and Kenneth.
The project will address recovery needs in the coastal provinces most affected by Cyclone Idai and Kenneth, and will support climate resilience investments in the city of Beira. The coastal provinces of Sofala and Cabo Delgado have borne the brunt of Cyclone Idai and Kenneth; thus, the project will prioritize recovery of housing and public and climate resilience infrastructure across these two provinces. The project has four components:
NETHERLANDS: Min. of Foreign Affairs / Min. of Dev. Coop. 60.00
Sr Urban Spec.
Disaster Risk Management Specialist
Ministry of Economy and Finance
Director of Treasury
Water and Sanitation Infrastructure Administration (AIAS)
Post-Cyclone Idai Reconstrution Office (GREPOC)
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