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Bosnia and Herzegovina - Water Quality Protection Global Environment Facility (GEF) Project : restructuring (English)

The development objective of the Water Quality Protection Global Environment Facility (GEF) Project for Bosnia and Herzegovina is to further strengthen the capacity of local utilities and reduce pollution from municipal sources into the Neretva and Bosna rivers. The global objective is to reduce municipal pollution and nutrients in the Adriatic Sea and the Danube Basin. The closing date of the project will be extended from August 31, 2013 to August 31, 2015. This third closing date extension for the GEF project will cumulatively extend the project's duration by more than four years from the project's original closing date. The GEF project was first extended on December 30, 2010 for 18 months (to August 28, 2012) to allow for the completion of the activities that were to be funded by the donors. The newly third extension is needed because in December 2012, the Bank signed an administration agreement with the European Commission for another additional financing of US$6.5 million. There are no outstanding audits under the project, and the previous audit reports have been found satisfactory.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina - Water Quality Protection Global Environment Facility (GEF) Project : restructuring (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/692161468013743671/Bosnia-and-Herzegovina-Water-Quality-Protection-Global-Environment-Facility-GEF-Project-restructuring