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Niger - Water Sector Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2011/07/25

  • Document Type

    Implementation Completion Report Review

  • Report Number

    ICRR13512

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Niger,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/09/21

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Niger - Water Sector Project

  • Keywords

    access to water supply and sanitation;Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Building;Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;rural water supply and sanitation;access to safe drinking water;number of people with access;public-private partnership;Urban Water Supply;rural water facility;Rural Water and Sanitation;Debt Service Coverage Ratio;millennium development goal;rural water supply scheme;monitoring and evaluation arrangement;general public administration sector;Regulation and Competition Policy;Participation and Civic Engagement;Hygiene and Sanitation Education;reliability of water supply;excessive use of water;operation and maintenance cost;access to urban service;water tariff;private operator;potable water supply;urban water sector;water supply system;water treatment plant;volume of water;rural area;water bill;tariff increase;financial equilibrium;urban water utility;abstraction of water;water service provision;local private operators;sustainable service provision;provision of equipment;water distribution system;public sector agency;access to sanitation;on-site sanitation facility;rural water systems;implementation of reform;quality of supervision;Water Resource Management;population with access;excessive water use;water supply network;improved water supply;total water consumption;water sector activity;managing water resource;water transmission mains;privatization of state;international donor community;water and sewage;urban water service;private water connection;potable water service;wastewater disposal facility;number of connections;project performance indicator;proxy for poverty;poverty alleviation policy;cost of water;Sanitation Services;urban population;pilot program;project costing;financial model;contract management;water supplies;tariff adjustment;Water Services;investment program;outcome targets;piped water;contractual arrangement;water production;increased access;efficiency improvement;public water;financial situation;market gardening;production capacity;lease contract;public finance;incremental water;policy formulation;parallel financing;street vendor;water loss;quality rating;annual tariff;field visits;living condition;regulatory tool;financial information;regulatory accounting;Water Shortage;equitable access;institutional set-up;government commitment;family budget;water expense;improve revenue;political instability;urban fringe;storage tank;price benchmark;lost income;environmental development;sanitation system;water vendor;operational expenditure;measure output;geographical targeting;latrine block;institutional performance;urban neighborhood;rehabilitation investment;sectoral reform;income loss;international competition;safeguard specialist;alternative provider;water cost;greater access;multiple actor;physical indicator;Government Performance;pump capacity;physical implementation;complementary investment;power outage;increased supply;project approval;school sanitation;Water Management;working ratio;public latrine;sanitary condition;sanitation coverage;water expenditure;pipe system;annual consumption;regulatory oversight;physical work;public standpipe;connection program;positive impact;management capability;effectiveness condition;urban people;financial responsibility;lease area;support cost;sanitation options;primary reason;external funding;public fountain;household expenditure;connection fee;private vendor;grace period;commercial source;exclusive right;sustainable water;equal access;human capital;Basic Education;urban household;national budget;holding company;public asset;tariff policy;assessment rate;public toilet;outcome indicator;public health;benefit analysis;public bill;regular supervision;deferred maintenance;project delays;government sector;costs saving;community management;benefit stream;government interference;communication plan;financial viability;adequate maintenance;operational performance;investment schedule;political consideration;counterpart fund;timely payment;diagnostic study

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Niger - Water Sector Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/428091474483375702/Niger-Water-Sector-Project