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Angola - Water Sector Institutional Development Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 14) : Plano de gestão ambiental para N’Dalatando (Portuguese)

The Water Sector Institutional Development Project (WSDIP) will contribute to the Government of Angola (GOA) Millennium Development Goals to provide adequate access to water for 67 percent and 70 percent of the urban and rural population respectively. The main objective of the government's poverty reduction strategy is to halve the percentage of the people living on less than a dollar per day by 2015. The WSIDP will focus on capacity-building and support for institutional development at the national and provincial levels although some funding is provided for the construction and rehabilitation of small scale works associated with the water sector. The project will finance the following four components: (a) development of the institutions in the water sector; (b) water resources management; (c) rehabilitation of water supply systems; and (d) capacity building and change management. The negative project environmental impacts are the following: pollution from incorrect storage may cause soil contamination, corrosion of building elements due to incorrect storage, health risks and negative aesthetic impacts, risks of spills, and pollution from improper disposal of chemical containers. The project mitigation measures include: training for workers in proper storage of containers; establishment of guidelines for chemicals storage and awareness of people related to the area; provide protection equipment to the workers: masks, gloves and boots; training for workers in proper handling of chemicals; and training for workers in proper disposal of empty containers.


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    Plano de gestão ambiental para N’Dalatando

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Angola - Water Sector Institutional Development Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 14) : Plano de gestão ambiental para N’Dalatando (Portuguese). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.ão-ambiental-para-N-Dalatando