The Kathmandu Valley Urban Environment Improvement Project will support the ongoing efforts of the Government of Nepal towards improving the wastewater services in Kathmandu Valley. The project will invest in rehabilitation and expansion of sewerage network, modernization and new construction of wastewater treatment plants, and improvement of wastewater management in Kathmandu Valley, which will complement the past and ongoing Asian Development Bank (ADB) projects. The project is expected to increase operational efficiency, improve service delivery, and result in positive impact on health and quality of life for inhabitants of Kathmandu Valley. The expected impact of the project will be an improved urban environment in Kathmandu Valley. The expected outcome of the project will be improved access to efficient and reliable delivery of wastewater services to the residents of Kathmandu Valley including poor women and men.
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