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Malawi - Education Sector Support Project : environmental assessment (English)

The project will improve the conditions for service delivery and the quality of teaching and learning across the education system by: (i) improving the management, the number and quality of teachers, and (ii) strengthening the government's capacity to manage the system and financial resources. Rehabilitation activities of school buildings will include water proofing or leaking roofs, replacement of broken fittings, repairing of malfunctioning drainage, water and electrical installations, painting, and re-surfacing of worn access roads. Other activities will include construction of additional lecture rooms, laboratories, library facilities, office space, boarding facilities, dining, and kitchen facilities, laying of building foundations, laying of drinking water pipes and sewage pipes and storm water drainage inside the campus. Environmental impacts are expected to include soil erosion, soil and water pollution, loss of vegetation, solid waste and waste water disposal. Appropriate mitigation measures such as restoration of existing sites or the use of alternative, man-made sources of construction materials will be considered and incorporated. The project will have to ensure that proper asbestos disposal will be among the responsibilities of the contractors.

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Malawi - Education Sector Support Project : environmental assessment (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/456791468752969588/Malawi-Education-Sector-Support-Project-environmental-assessment