The proposed multitranche financing facility (MFF) program will support the long-term water supply and sanitation (WSS) development program of the government. The MFF will improve living and health conditions of the populations in Namangan, Tashkent, Djizzak and Kashkadarya provinces.
The impact is improved living standards, environment, and public health and hygiene in the project areas. The outcome is improved and expanded access to safe, reliable, sustainable, and affordable WSS services in the project areas. The outputs include: (i) improved and expanded water supply system in the project areas; (ii) improved and expanded wastewater system in the project areas; and (iii) improved institutional and management capacity.
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