According to project documents, the general objective of the proposal is to support water and sanitation regulatory agencies which were not included in the first phase (RG-T3511). The first phase, co-financed by the Portuguese government, included 5 regulators. This second phase will support the implementation of best practices and strengthening activities to additional regulators.
The specific objectives of the proposal is to: (i) conduct training workshops for the water and sanitation regulators on tariffs, human resources, information management, performance indicators and best practices; (ii) develop tool kits to be used by regulators in their day to day activities; (iii) establish a regulation platform that will be fed with information from all regulators collected during phase 1 and 2. Regulators from other regions of the world will also be able to join the platform; and (iv) Publication of materials using the data collected and training conducted.
IADB Team Leader:
Corinne Cathala - Lead Water and Sanitation Specialist
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
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