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Mozambique - Urban Sanitation Project (English)

The development objective of the Urban Sanitation Project for Mozambique is to increase access to safely managed sanitation services and strengthen municipal sanitation service delivery capacity in selected cities. This project has five components. 1) The first component, Priority Sewerage Investments in Maputo, Quelimane and Tete, aims to finance sewerage investments in Maputo, Quelimane and Tete. 2) The second component, On-site Sanitation Investments for Quelimane and Tete, aims to finance priority on-site sanitation at the household level, and the construction of public sanitation facilities, in Quelimane and Tete. 3) The third component, Municipal Sanitation Services Improvements, aims to provide performance-based grants to finance service improvement activities in the cities of Maputo, Beira, Nampula, Tete and Quelimane. 4) The fourth component, Technical Assistance and Project Management Support, aims to finance technical assistance to support national institutional strengthening and project management. 5) The fifth component, Contingency and Emergency Response, aims to provide immediate response to an eligible crisis or emergency, as needed.

Details

  • Document Date

    2019/05/09

  • Document Type

    Project Appraisal Document

  • Report Number

    PAD2620

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Mozambique,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2019/05/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2019-05-22T00:00:00Z

  • Doc Name

    Mozambique - Urban Sanitation Project

  • Keywords

    united states agency for international development; Sanitation Services; quality of water supply service; rural water supply and sanitation; access to safe water; economic and financial analysis; Conta Unica do Tesouro; sanitation and hygiene promotion; completion rates for girl; wastewater collection and treatment; monitoring and evaluation arrangement; primary school completion rate; Urban Water and Sanitation; social and economic development; investment in water supply; public health and environment; operation and maintenance cost; efficiency of service delivery; impact of climate change; high rates of investment; provision of sanitation service; sanitation service delivery; wastewater treatment plant; public sanitation facilities; on-site sanitation system; improved sanitation facilities; large urban centers; financial management specialist; Solid Waste Management; high child mortality; access to water; gross domestic product; fecal sludge management; extreme weather event; domestic private sector; emergency response activity; sanitation infrastructure; private sector support; youth dependency ratio; damage to infrastructure; long-term climate change; extreme climate change; public service delivery; local public health; investment in sanitation; availability of resource; capital investment planning; disruption of service; institutional capacity building; sewer and drainage; storm water drainage; access to job; working age population; public health risk; water supply infrastructure; distribution of poverty; risk category; future climate change; sewerage and drainage; risk of contamination; social and environmental; behavior change interventions; contamination of water; inadequate water supply; availability of water; destination for migration; capacity for implementation; lack of ownership; promotion of investment; water supply improvement; water supply access; access to sanitation; kreditanstalt fur wiederaufbau; land use right; loss of life; operations and maintenance; incidence of poverty; children per woman; on-site sanitation facility; rapid population growth; sanitation service provision; exposure to pathogen; improving water supply; flood prone river; improved water supply; increase in temperature; sanitation marketing; open defecation; sanitation behaviors; rural area; household sanitation; municipal council; sewer connection; urban population; menstrual hygiene; poor sanitation; adequate resources; diarrheal disease; sewer system; city council; urban settlement; corporate entity; financial resource; poor household; cholera outbreaks; sanitation coverage; capacity constraint; operational capacity; municipal institution; septic tank; sanitation investment; social safeguard; sewerage network; civil works; sewerage investment; sewerage works; sanitation revenue; urban flood; pit latrine; water availability; institutional framework; heavy rain; liquid waste; wealth quintile; infrastructure sector; social infrastructure; agriculture production; Public Infrastructure; irrigation infrastructure; energy transmission; cholera case; household water; productive capacity; Public Services; regional capital; urban household; sanitary sewerage; rural population; sewerage system; raw sewage; rainwater runoff; small sewerage; innovative solution; socioeconomic conditions; private entity; financial autonomy; municipal responsibility; framework law; project finance; central institution; sewerage connection; increased access; private entrepreneur; project intervention; municipal staff; young girl; bus station; public place; toilet facility; business continuity; emergency works; sanitation planning; financing arrangement; regulatory tool; central agencies; institutional strengthening; national institutional; climate resilience; effective sanitation; municipal government; onsite sanitation; private operator; targeted subsidy; sanitation tariff; formative research; political support; advocacy effort; Products Page; commercial market

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Mozambique - Urban Sanitation Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/556331558836037864/Mozambique-Urban-Sanitation-Project