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Middle East and North Africa - Output-Based Aid Pilot Solid Waste Management Project (English)

The development objective of the Output-Based Aid Pilot Solid West Management (SWM) Project for Middle East and North Africa is to improve access to quality and financially sustainable SWM services in Hebron and Bethlehem (H and B) governorates. The project has two components. The first component is led by the World Bank (WB) and leverages donor support with the objective of providing efficient, socially acceptable, and environmentally friendly SWM services through: (i) strengthening the joint services council (JSC)-H and B and ministry of environmental affairs (MEnvA) administrative and technical capacity; and (ii) the provision of a sanitary landfill in Al Minya. The second component is private sector participation in: (i) the operation and maintenance of the planned Al Minya landfill and two transfer stations; (ii) the transport service between each transfer station and the Al Minya landfill; and, if feasible, (iii) the implementation of small-scale recycling activities.

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    Middle East and North Africa,

    West Bank and Gaza,

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    Middle East and North Africa - Output-Based Aid Pilot Solid Waste Management Project

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Middle East and North Africa - Output-Based Aid Pilot Solid Waste Management Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.