The expected impact of the Project is increased growth potential of and reduced poverty in the Project cities. The expected outcome of the Project is improved urban environment, economy, and living conditions for the 2.6 million people living the five Project cities. To this end, the Project will (i) improve and expand urban infrastructure and services; (ii) enhance livelihoods; and (iii) improve urban management, planning, and financing capacity of the setor institutions especially the MCs to ensure sustainable provision of urban infrastructure and services.
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