The Water Supply and Sanitation Investment Program (the Investment Program) will improve the quality and coverage of urban services in secondary towns and peri-urban areas surrounding Baku. It will benefit approximately 500,000 residents.
The Investment Program has three components: (i) constructing water supply and sanitation (WSS) infrastructure to boost service coverage, quality, and reliability (Component A); (ii) developing institutional effectiveness, including management and governance (Component B); and (iii) instituting program management facilities to oversee program implementation and treatment of technical requirements such as those for environment and social safeguards and gender mainstreaming (Component C).
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