The Project aims to bring about sustainable urban development in the nine urban areas outside Kathmandu Valley (Bharatpur, Hetauda, Banepa, Dhukilhel, Panauti, Bidur, Ratnanagar, Kamalamai and Kathmandu) by improving essential urban and environmental infrastructure and services, and strengthening the relevant institutions. As a result of the Project, personal hygiene, environmental sanitation, and overall quality of life are expected to improve in the nine areas. The Project has five main components: (i) municipal institutional strengthening and revenue mobilization, (ii) provision of urban and environmental infrastructure, (iii) provision of supplementary urban facilities, (iv) community development, and (v) project implementation assistance.
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households with new or improved water supply
households with new or improved sanitation
kilometers of water supply pipes installed or upgraded
kilometers of road that have been built or upgraded
cubic million/day of waste water treatment capacity added or improved
hectares of land improved through irrigation, drainage and/or flood management
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