The project will support the Government of Nepal in providing water supply and sanitation (WSS) services to selected small towns in Nepal. In line with the government''s 15-Year Development Plan for Water Supply and Sanitation in Small Towns (2009), the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has supported the government in providing WSS services in 50 of the 265 small towns in Nepal through two earlier projects. Drawing on experience and lessons from the earlier interventions, this project will fund physical investments in WSS infrastructure in selected small towns (project towns) and nonphysical investments in the strengthening of sector policy, regulatory and institutional capacity, service delivery, and project management.
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|Third Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project: Procurement Plan||Sep 2014|
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