The TA will help to improve public health and to reduce environmental pollution in urban areas. It will support the Government in its effort to achieve the related MDG.
The TA will (i) reduce exposure of urban communities, particularly the low-income groups, from health risks associated with the discharge of raw or partially treated sewage into city drains and rivers; (ii) contribute to a significant reduction of pollution in water bodies; (iii) improve solid waste collection and treatment practices; (iv) contribute to improved local urban environments and overall reduction of environmental pollution; and (v) address serious institutional constraints affecting the sector.
Latest Project Documents
|Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health||May 2009|
|Preparing the Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project||Mar 2008|
|Preparing the Metropolitan Sanitation Management and Health Project||Nov 2005|
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