The combination of physical and non-physical investments under the Program aim to improve quality, continuity and coverage of urban infrastructure services in water supply, wastewater, and SWM while incentivising and supporting effective management and sustainable financing of urban service providers. This in turn will help improve quality of life for residents in Sindh?s provincial cities, including the poor, and address growing regional development imbalances within Sindh Province.
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