According to bank documents, the objective of the Project is to increase access to sustainably and safely managed water and sanitation services in selected small towns and rural areas of Mozambique.
The project has four components;
Component 2 – Rehabilitation, Construction, and O&M of Water Supply Infrastructure (US$100 million). Investments under this component would be carried out under select performance based contracting options. These will include the development of priority infrastructure to increase service coverage and improve operational efficiency of the water distribution systems.
Component 4 – Contingent Emergency Response (US$0). Investments under this component will strengthen the Borrower's emergency preparedness and response and can be activated in case a natural disaster affects the country, like Cyclones Idai and Keneth in 2019, or to a crisis like Covid-19.
Pierre Francois-Xavier Boulenger
Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
Ministry of the Public Works, Housing and Water Resources (MOPHRH)
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