The project preparatory technical assistance (PPTA) will contribute to improved health and reduction of chronic water-borne illness and diseases amongst South Tarawa communities, particularly in the low income urban settlements through enhanced access to safe water and safe and effective sanitation. The PPTA will develop, through a process of intensive stakeholder engagement, a sanitation master plan, and associated sanitation investment plan for South Tarawa for the period from 2011 and will build Public Utilities Board (PUB) capacity to sustainably plan, develop, operate and maintain sanitation services in South Tarawa. Delivery of the project is envisaged to be through a sector loan modality with core and candidate subprojects selected from high priority components identified in the South Tarawa Sanitation Master Plan and the Draft Interim Water Master Plan for Tarawa in consultation with key stakeholders.
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