Following the First and the Second Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Projects (the earlier projects), the Third Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project (the project) will support the ongoing efforts of the Government of Nepal (the government) to further improve water supply and sanitation service delivery in small towns in Nepal. The PPTA will leverage the experience gained from the earlier projects, and incorporate lessons learned to prepare for the project. The PPTA will assist the government in amending the Development Plan, preparing cost estimates and financing plan and the feasibility studies of the sample subprojects, with a special focus on structuring and refining the project design, including rationale, modality, appraisal, financing, implementation and institutional arrangements, and developing eligibility and evaluation criteria for future subproject selection in close consultation with the government and ADB.
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