The TA will prepare a project that is suitable for ADB financing. The Project will be designed to provide a sustainable and safe water supply facilities in Dhaka to (i) improve health conditions and introduce public health and hygiene concepts, (ii) enhance the standard of living and quality of life of households, and (iii) accelerate industrial and commercial development. The improvements in physical facilities will be complemented with institutional development, focused on improving operational efficiencies, reducing wastage, strengthening cost recovery and financial management, and institutionalizing the community participation approach to water supply facilities to ensure the long-term sustainability of the benefits. The TA will critically review the performance of the earlier projects implemented by Dhaka WASA and incorporate the lessons leaned in the ensuing project.
The TA will include:
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|Preparing the Dhaka Water Supply Project||Sep 2005|
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