The project activities are aimed at promoting sustainable ecosystem and water resources management with emphasis on biodiversity conservation, urban development, and rural livelihood programs. The project comprises four components: (A) loan investment subprojects -- 22 subprojects in seven different categories, i.e. wastewater treatment plants (WTP), water supply systems (WSS), reforestation, urban flood management, integrated water management, solid waste management, and clean energy development; (B) biodiversity conservation financed by GEF grant; (C) institutional strengthening; and (D) project management support.
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