The impact of the TA will be improved access to water supply and sanitation services in
selected urban areas by 2022. Service coverage providing access to continuous water supply at
minimal pressure will increase from 50% of the population to 80%, while the coverage of access
to hygienic sanitation will increase from 10% of the population to 50%. The outcome of the TA
will be an agreed design for an MFF by March 2012.
Latest Project Documents
|Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project||Jul 2014|
|Preparing the Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project||Oct 2010|
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