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Uzbekistan - Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2010/04/05

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR13156

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Uzbekistan,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Uzbekistan - Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Project

  • Keywords

    institutional strengthening;water supply and sanitation service;number of water connections;leak detection and repair;health and hygiene;access to water supply;efficiency of resource allocation;Environmental and Social Safeguard;piped water supply;safe drinking water;internal control system;geographic information system;ground water source;water treatment plant;primarily due;net present value;total water consumption;water supply scheme;water and sewerage;water distribution system;management of account;cost sanitation technology;regional water supply;improved water supply;secure water supply;reliable water supply;improved sanitation facilities;quantity of water;consumption per household;Supply of Water;per capita cost;household water consumption;water conservation measures;water supply utility;degree of commitment;bulk water supplier;procurement of equipment;high inflation rate;regional water company;financial management arrangement;capacity for implementation;impact on health;hand washing facility;case of fraud;allegations of fraud;rural water supply;per capita consumption;expansion of demand;hand pump;water utilities;water utility;managerial capacity;rural area;rural population;sanitation facility;water quality;governance challenge;Social Assessment;increased access;baseline indicator;water agencies;outcome targets;civil works;yard connection;water rate;beneficiary survey;insufficient information;tariff structure;sanitation component;outcome data;incremental improvement;agency performance;finance activity;health status;rural sanitation;rural health;hygiene components;technical competence;good governance;longitudinal data;outcome indicator;foreign consultant;energy cost;corruption allegation;loan category;government staff;institution strengthening;construction cost;macroeconomic stabilization;alternative water;health aspects;adequate resources;governance constraints;local capacity;procurement rule;political imperative;basic infrastructure;poor accounting;comparative analysis;social infrastructure;corruption investigation;financial covenant;financial statement;institutional weakness;project costing;grant financing;environment management;lesson learning;health improvement;domestic consumption;high poverty;water sale;investment operation;national policy;random sampling;treatment system;replacement investment;environmental health;production capacity;organizational efficiency;communal facility;physical efficiency;sanitation utility;diarrheal disease;improved hygiene;vulnerable group;regional data;beneficiary population;pipeline distribution;bacteriological quality;pumped wells;groundwater source;urban resident;public standpipe;restructuring plan;monitoring indicator;basic consumption;water use;consumer awareness;poverty targeting;residential supply;price impact;industrial demand;residential consumption;trunk pipeline;rural distribution;leakage reduction;basic access;construction supervision;consultancy service;tariff rate;human consumption;cost accounting;community-based approaches;complementary activities;preventive maintenance;comparative data;operational efficiency;urban utilities;bulk supplier;low-cost sanitation;variable cost;water tariff;improved service;utility management;tariff increase;tariff charge;supply cost;subsequent reports;project control;account receivable;government health;finance initiative;financial rate;selection bias;project impact;Water Services;residential consumer;water delivery;water loss;weighted average;Project Monitoring;

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Uzbekistan - Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/404941474853309610/Uzbekistan-Rural-Water-Supply-Sanitation-Project