According to bank documents, the project objectives (PDO) is to increase access to improved water supply services; and to improve service delivery capacity in selected cities.
The project has three components:
Component 1 – Priority investments to secure water at the source (US$40 million equivalent). This component will focus on improving integrated water resource development and management to secure
water availability in both quantity and quality to meet the increasing urban demand in the Southern region.
Component 2 – Expansion of water supply infrastructure (US$60 million equivalent). This component will invest in the expansion of the water treatment and transport capacity to enable downstream utility-led investments in the distribution network to extend services.
Component 3 – Enhancement of operational sustainability and resilience of services (US$30 million equivalent). Building on the recommendations from the Water Supply and Sanitation Policies, Institutions and Regulations (PIR) and the Water Sector Public Expenditure Review (PER), under this component, the project will provide financial incentives to improve the sustainability and resilience of services.
Pierre Francois-Xavier Boulenger
Senior Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
Ministry of Public Works Housing and Water Resources
National Directorate of Water Resources Management
South Regional Water Administration
Water Regulatory Authority
Water Supply Asset Holding and Investment Fund
Belarmino Manuel Chivambo
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