The project will contribute to attainment of the Millenium Development Goals by enhancing service performance of water and wastewater utilities, enabling them to reach more people and improve their services to existing clients.The TA will support the launch, and operation of the Water Operators Partnerships (WOPs) in Asia. Specifically, it will support activities under the already existing Southeast Asia Water Utilities Network (SEAWUN), facilitate the design and launch of South Asia Water Utilities Network (SAWUN), including support its activities for an initial period of 2 years, and will support the establishment of a similar network in Central and East Asia. The TA will also examine ways of putting the activities of the networks on a sustainable footing over a 5-7 year time frame.
Latest Project Documents
|Supporting Water Operators’ Partnership in Asia||Jan 2012|
|Supporting Water Operators' Partnership in Asia (Financed by the Japan Special Fund)||Mar 2007|
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