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Yugoslavia - Morava Region Development Project : Water Supply, Sewerage and Water Resources (English)

The project has three primary objectives and components: (a) assistance to the Republic of Serbia to improve the planning and management of water resources within the Morava region in order to promote accelerated economic development in the least-developed areas of the Morava River Basin; (b) provision of improved water supplies and extension of the sewer networks in the towns of Titovo Uzice and Cacak, to include: a concrete arch dam (70 m high), a water transmission line from the main reservoir, a water treatment plant, transmission and distribution pipelines, pumping station and distribution reservoirs, sewage disposal systems, a wellfield development 2 km upstream of Cacak, collector pipeline and balancing reservoir, storm drains to alleviate local flooding, and engineering studies, including a water supply system development study and the final design for the future sewage treatment plant; and (c) demonstration of the feasibility and economics of low cost irrigation schemes, to include the construction, operation, and monitoring of pilot irrigation schemes covering approximately 400 ha in Milosevac and 200 ha in Aleksinac.


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    Europe and Central Asia,

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    Yugoslavia - Morava Region Development Project : Water Supply, Sewerage and Water Resources

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Yugoslavia - Morava Region Development Project : Water Supply, Sewerage and Water Resources (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.