The TA will examine the constraints that most crucially impact on the sustainability of water operations in the city of Danang and its peri-urban areas, and will make recommendations on the best way to address these, and so achieve sustainable provision of safe water, including a combination of (i) investment in additional production capacity, (ii) distribution network rehabilitation and expansion, (iii) reduction of UFW and (iv) a capacity building, and institutional strengthening program as part of a subsequent investment project.
Latest Project Documents
|Water Sector Investment Program: Indigenous Peoples Planning Framework (as of Board approval)||Oct 2010|
|Preparing the Da Nang Water Supply Project||Oct 2008|
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