In November 2014, Asian Development Bank (ADB) received the State Bank of Vietnam's periodic financing request letter for project 3 requesting $142.5 million to finance seven water companies (WSCs) having completed their project preparation and initiated advance action under project 2. The investments would improve water services for 1.2 million persons, including 17,500 poor households with their own piped water connection for the first time.
Project 3 outputs will support the multitranche financing facility (MFF) outputs: (i) increased coverage; (ii) improved business planning, financial management, and asset management; and (iii) effective nonrevenue water reduction for seven WSCs for the following: Bac Giang City, Cua Lo Town, Nghi Son Economic Zone, Tam Hiep-Dien Nam, Dien Ngoc Towns, Thai Hoa Town, Thai Nguyen City and Vinh City in four provinces.
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Consulting Notices See also: CMS
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|Water Sector Investment Program - Tranche 3: Procurement Plan||Oct 2016|
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