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Tanzania - Rural Water Supply And Sanitation Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2010/03/16

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR13079

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Tanzania,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/28

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Tanzania - Rural Water Supply And Sanitation Project

  • Keywords

    financial and private sector development;Environmental Management Plan;Economic Rate of Retum;sustainability of water supply;rural services and infrastructure;Participation and Civic Engagement;operation and maintenance cost;Sanitation Services;rural community;water supply scheme;poor financial management;local capacity;piped water supply;sustainable water supply;water storage tank;primarily due;small scale infrastructure;village water committee;local level institutions;improved water supply;delivery of water;procurement and disbursement;sector capacity building;small Works;reliable water supply;quality of supervision;per capita investment;quality at entry;water source identification;rural water supply;multiple service provider;operations and maintenance;water supply coverage;private sector engagement;sanitation and hygiene;number of beneficiaries;community sanitation;shallow wells;hand pump;beneficiary survey;geological condition;community level;project costing;civil works;weighted average;failure rate;financial sustainability;outcome targets;water supplies;water point;government's commitment;environmental safeguard;environmental screening;sanitation coverage;incremental improvement;safeguard issue;funds transfer;behavioral change;field visits;service coverage;counterpart funding;Government Performance;remote area;insufficient funding;water consumption;adequate arrangement;construction management;quality rating;sanitation facility;community survey;productivity increase;travel distance;outcome indicator;insufficient information;small sample;coordination problem;financial responsibility;delivery model;safe water;adequate water;development partner;primary beneficiaries;long hour;fetching water;target beneficiary;sanitation practice;coastal region;operational capacity;grant system;sanitation behaviors;community demand;community planning;motorized pumps;household sanitation;aids mitigation;institutional strengthening;prevention activities;drilled wells;pipe system;household latrine;extension service;engineering consultant;construction supervision;retail outlet;water utility;consultative process;beneficiary assessment;output data;core principle;institutional outcome;institutional weakness;medium-term framework;development cooperation;free water;gradual approach;facilitation services;additional water;community contribution;water utilities;water charge;investment cost;decentralized service;response time;stakeholder workshop;private operator;good governance;water institution;

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Tanzania - Rural Water Supply And Sanitation Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/323591475098211861/Tanzania-Rural-Water-Supply-And-Sanitation-Project