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Updated in EWS Nov 9, 2020
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To improve operational efficiency, quality and resilience of water service provision; institutional strengthening of the sector and WASA's governance and management and in the short term finance immediate interventions (procurement of goods and services and/or urgent works) required to ensure access to water, sanitation and hygiene in the face of COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, the TC aims to finance: (i) specialized transaction advisory services for the preparation of tender package for the NRW reduction program, universal metering, conducting a preliminary baseline study, prepare hydraulic model, and other technical studies that will also support COVID-19 response activities; (ii) communication strategy and plan; and (iii) review and update studies, designs and tender package for the Multi-Purpose Flood Mitigation and Water Supply Reservoir.
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