The additional financing will scale up the project that is performing well, by supporting water supply systems improvement in chronic kidney disease-affected areas, and improving local infrastructure and basic services delivery and advancing local government policy reform and capacity strengthening in Pradeshiya Sabhas not supported previously.
|Project Name||Local Government Enhancement Sector Project - Additional Financing|
|Project Type / Modality of Assistance||Loan
|Source of Funding / Amount||
|Strategic Agendas||Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
|Drivers of Change||Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
|Sector / Subsector||
Water and other urban infrastructure and services / Water and other urban infrastructure and services
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming||Effective gender mainstreaming|
|Description||The additional financing will scale up the project that is performing well, by supporting water supply systems improvement in chronic kidney disease-affected areas, and improving local infrastructure and basic services delivery and advancing local government policy reform and capacity strengthening in Pradeshiya Sabhas not supported previously.|
|Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy||Sri Lanka has three types of local authorities under nine provincial councils: (i) municipal councils constituted in cities and large towns, (ii) urban councils for less urbanized areas, and (iii) Pradeshiya Sabhas (local authorities) in peri-urban and rural areas. To respond to the need to improve basic infrastructure and services provided by local authorities, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved the Local Government Infrastructure Improvement Project in 2005. The infrastructure improvement project supported subprojects for water supply, roads, drainage and sewerage, and other municipal facilities such as public libraries, health care centers, and office buildings, under a bottom up, demand-driven approach that follows the priorities set out by local authorities, and improves the financial management capacity of these authorities. One limitation of the infrastructure improvement project was that financial constraints prevented participation by poor and financially weak Pradeshiya Sabhas, which thus were unable to benefit. The current project, which was approved in 2011, expanded the infrastructure improvement project's interventions by targeting poorer Pradeshiya Sabhas to improve basic service delivery in less-developed areas in seven of the nine provinces (excluding the Northern and Eastern provinces). The subprojects selected under the current project reflect the needs of the local people and are implemented by local authorities, who will remain responsible for operation and maintenance (O&M) of the assets that are being built.|
|Impact||Local authorities' capacity financially and technically strengthened in less-developed areas of seven provinces in Sri Lanka (defined by project).|
|Description of Outcome||Improved local infrastructure and services delivered effectively by local authorities or the National Water Supply and Drainage Board in less-developed areas of seven provinces in Sri Lanka.|
|Progress Toward Outcome||The loan singed on 2 November 2016, and was effective on 12 April 2017. As of 21 January 2019, out of allocated loan amount of $60.00 million, contracts awarded are amounting to $33.31 million (56%) and disbursement amounting to $14.26 million (24%). The overall physical progress of the project is 51% against elapsed period of 62%.|
|Description of Project Outputs||
Water supply systems in CKD-affected areas improved
Local infrastructure and basic services delivery improved
Local government policy reform advanced and capacity strengthened
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)||
Original project works completed. L3431 AF designs are completed. out of 33 infrastructure packages, 24 are ongoing and 5 are already completed.
L 2790: Solid Waste Management action plan drawn for all 108 PSs.
Home composting bins were supplied to more than 50 local authorities.
L 3431: The reforms plans include actions on solid waste management. Actions being implemented.
All Road works completed in L 2790
28 Km constructed in L 2790
Works in 3431 are to commence.
All works completed in L 2790
31 primary health centers constructed under L 2790. L3431 on going.
All works completed in L 2790. 46 public markets constructed in L 2790
Works in L 3431 on going
All works completed under L 2790 Maternity Health Centers, Day Care Centers and other projects benefitting women are taken up under L 2790
Works under L 3431 under progress. AF loan also has projects benefit women.
All toilets constructed under the toilets have separate toilets for men, women and arrangements for physically challenged. All toilets completed under L 2790
(Output achieved for L 2790)
The works under L 3431 under progress. This indicator will be considered in all designs.
Around 87 % of the Local Authorities (94 out of 108 PSs have female representation in Planning Committees. (More than 50 % achieved.
If we consider 108 + 29 = 137 (LAs in both loans) - 94 /137 = 68 % have female representation in planning committees.
Collected in original project and being collected in AF project.
BPR guidelines prepared and training being provided. All original and AF PSs trained.
IT systems installed in all PSs of original project and functional
IT systems installed and being implemented in AF-PSs.
93 % reforms completed in original project and 41% in AF as on date.
Pipe laying works in progress. about 1,400 House hold Connections already given.
300 km of pipe length laid to the reporting date. Work in Progress.
|Geographical Location||Central Province, North Central Province, North Western Province, Province of Sabaragamuwa, Province of Uva, Southern Province, Western Province|
|Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects|
|Environmental Aspects||Environmental assessment and review framework updated. Three initial environmental examinations (IEEs) with environmental management plans prepared for sample subprojects confirmed no significant environmental impacts as subprojects are small scale in nature and have very limited footprint. Subproject sites are located outside sensitive areas and any impacts during construction and operation can be avoided and/or mitigated through proper design and high-quality construction and O&M practices. IEEs will form part of the bidding and contract documents and will be submitted to ADB for review, no objection, and disclosure prior to contract awards.|
|Involuntary Resettlement||Resettlement framework updated. Due diligence reports for sub-projects on land acquisition and resettlement were prepared to confirm no impacts on involuntary resettlement.|
|Indigenous Peoples||Indigenous peoples planning framework updated. Sample subprojects have no impacts on indigenous peoples. No involvement of indigenous people.|
|Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation|
|During Project Design||Consultation has been/will be held with stakeholders of subprojects. Consultation and participation plan is prepared for the project.|
|During Project Implementation||Consultation and public participation will continue throughout project implementation, and any safeguard-related grievances will be handled in accordance with the existing grievance redress mechanism.|
|Consulting Services||All consultants will be recruited according to ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2013, as amended from time to time). An estimated 711 person-months (24 international, 687 national) of consulting services are required to (i) facilitate project management and implementation, (ii) carry out feasibility studies, detailed engineering designs, and construction supervision, and (iii) undertake validation and entry of local authorities' data with respect to tax and licenses. Two packages of consulting firms (36 person months) will be engaged using the quality- and cost-based selection (QCBS) method with a standard quality:cost ratio of 80:20 under the current loan and to be extended to Additional Financing. Another 5 Packages (4 DSC and 1 PMC, 675 person-months including 651 national and 24 international) will be recruited through single source selection (SSS) method, since the additional financing project is continuing with the original project activities in non-stop nature and the present consultants has satisfactory performance. A few individual consultants (114 person months) will also be engaged to support project management.|
|Procurement||All procurement of goods and works will be undertaken in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines (2015, as amended from time to time). International competitive bidding (ICB) procedures will be used for civil works contracts estimated to cost $ 15 million or more, and supply contracts valued at $2 million or higher. National competitive bidding (NCB) procedures will be used for civil works contracts worth less than $15 million, and supply contracts worth less than $2 million. Shopping will be used for contracts for procurement of works and equipment worth less than $100,000. All contracts will be less than the above threshold for ICB. No contracts under the project are expected to be above the NCB threshold. Post review (sampling) will apply to contracts for works less than $2.0 million and those for goods less than $0.4 million|
|Responsible ADB Officer||Amarasekera, Navodhini C.|
|Responsible ADB Department||South Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Division||Sri Lanka Resident Mission|
Ministry of Internal & Home Affairs and Provincial Councils & Local Government (formerly Ministry of Provincial Councils, Local Government & Sports)
330 Union Place, Colombo 2
|Fact Finding||10 Mar 2016 to 22 Mar 2016|
|MRM||20 Apr 2016|
|Approval||27 Sep 2016|
|Last Review Mission||-|
|Last PDS Update||12 Jun 2019|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|27 Sep 2016||02 Nov 2016||12 Apr 2017||30 Jun 2020||-||-|
|Financing Plan||Loan Utilization|
|Total (Amount in US$ million)||Date||ADB||Others||Net Percentage|
|Project Cost||67.84||Cumulative Contract Awards|
|ADB||60.00||27 Sep 2016||43.29||0.00||72%|
|Cofinancing||0.00||27 Sep 2016||18.04||0.00||30%|
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|Contract Title||Approval Number||Contract Date||Contractor||Contractor Address||Executing Agency||Contract Description||Total Contract Amount (US$)||Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)|
|CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT TO NUWARAWEWA WATER TREATMENT PLANT, NORTH CENTRAL PROVINCE||Loan 3431||01 Nov 2018||M/S. SQUIRE MECH ENGINEERING (PVT) LTD.||135/1, OLD KOTTAWA ROAD, NAWINNA, MAHARAGAMA SRI LANKA||Min of Provincial Councils, Local Gov't & Sports||CONSTRUCTION||1,212,332.00||1,017,081.00|
|WATER SUPPLY EXTENSION PROJECT FOR RAHATHANGAMA, K UMARAGAMA AND KUKURAMPOLA (FROM BUTTALA WATER SUPP LY SCHEME) UVA PROVINCE, SRI LANKA||Loan 3431||07 Aug 2018||M/S. QINGDAO FLOURISH METAL WORKS LTD.||NO.10L, 18, GAOXIONG ROAD, QINGDAO P.R. CHINA CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF||Min of Provincial Councils, Local Gov't & Sports||CONSTRUCTION||1,790,499.00||1,533,441.00|
|EXTENSION OF WATER SUPPLY SCHEME OF THAMBALA IN PO LONNARUWA DISTRICT, NORTH CENTRAL PROVINCE||Loan 3431||07 Aug 2018||M/S. CEC - SONAKMA JOINT VENTURE||NO.423, NAWALA ROAD, RAJAGIRIYA SRI LANKA||Min of Provincial Councils, Local Gov't & Sports||CONSTRUCTION||1,688,921.00||1,446,446.00|
|EXTENTION OF WATER SUPPLY SCHEME OF NIKAWERATIYA-A MBANPOLA, NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE||Loan 3431||18 Jul 2018||M/S. FINITE LANKA (PVT) LTD.||NO. 260/01/02, 1ST FLOOR, KANDY ROAD YAKKALA SRI LANKA||Min of Provincial Councils, Local Gov't & Sports||CONSTRUCTION||2,062,806.00||1,792,394.00|
|EXTENSION OF PIPE LINES TO SEWAGAMA CANAL 3 AREA A ND TRANSMISSION MAIN EXTENSION TO SEWAGAMA WATER T OWER, NORTH CENTRAL PROVINCE||Loan 3431||04 Jul 2018||M/S. FINITE LANKA (PVT) LTD.||260/01/02, 1ST FLOOR, KANDY ROAD, YAKKALA SRI LANKA||Min of Provincial Councils, Local Gov't & Sports||CONSTRUCTION||2,705,946.00||2,333,316.00|
|WATER SUPPLY EXTENSION TO ELAGAMUWA MAIN & DISTRIB UTION SYSTEM IN ANURADHAPURA DISTRICT, NORTH CENTR AL PROVINCE IN SRI LANKA||Loan 3431||28 Dec 2017||M/S. SANKEN CONSTRUCTION (PVT) LTD||COLOMBO 14 SRI LANKA||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||CONSTRUCTION||2,657,204.00||2,298,691.00|
|Design and Supervision Consultants - North Western Province||Loan 3431||05 Jul 2017||Resources Development Consultans (Pvt) Ltd.||55-2/1, Galle Road, Colombo 03, Sri Lanka||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Consulting Services||815,989.00||694,496.00|
|Design and Supervision Consultants - Central Province||Loan 3431||04 Jul 2017||Greentech Consultants (Pvt) Ltd.||94/50, Kirulapone Avenue, Colombo 05, Sri Lanka||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Consulting Services||954,013.00||811,969.00|
|Design and Supervision Consultants - Uva Province||Loan 3431||04 Jul 2017||Greentech Consultants (Pvt) Ltd.||94/50, Kirulapone Avenue, Colombo 05, Sri Lanka||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Consulting Services||1,103,877.00||939,520.00|
|Additional Financing - Project Management Consultant||Loan 3431||04 Jul 2017||EGIS nternational||50 Soi Tonson, Ploenchit Rd, Lumpini, Patumwan, Bankgkok, 10330 (66(0) 2652-2611), Thailand||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Consulting Services||1,169,219.00||994,693.00|
|Design and Supervision Consultants - North Central Province||Loan 3431||04 Jul 2017||Resources Development Consultants (Pvt) Ltd.||55 - 2/1, Galle Road, Colombo 3, Sri Lanka||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Consulting Services||1,195,465.00||1,017,472.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF WATER SUPPLY EXTENSIONS TO IBBAGAM UWA, NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE||Loan 3431||04 Jul 2017||SQUIRE MECH ENGINEERING (PVT) LTD.||135/1, OLD KOTTAWA ROAD NAWINNA, MAHARAGAMA SRI LANKA||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Construction||1,949,622.00||1,698,385.00|
|Design and Supervison Consultants - Southern Province - Part 2 - Supervison||Loan 3431||10 Jun 2017||Resources Development Consultants (Pvt) Ltd.||55-2/1, Galle Road, Colombo 3, Sri Lanka||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Consulting Services||149,477.00||126,336.00|
|Design and Supervision Consultants - Western Province - Part 2 - Supervision||Loan 3431||10 Jun 2017||Greentech Consultants (Pvt) Ltd.||94/50, Kirulapone Avenue, Colombo 05, Sri Lanka||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Consulting Services||170,631.00||144,215.00|
|Incremental Administrative Expenditure for LGESP - Additional Financing for the Project Period||Loan 3431||08 Jun 2017||Various||Various, Sri Lanka||Ministry of Provincial Councils & Local Government||Others||3,376,182.00||3,351,339.00|
|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Local Government Enhancement Sector Project (Additional Financing): Procurement Plan||Procurement Plans||Jul 2018|