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Project Information Document (PID) - Supporting Smart Urban Water Management in the Recife Metropolitan Region (RETF) - P173621 (English)


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    Project Information Document (PID) - Supporting Smart Urban Water Management in the Recife Metropolitan Region (RETF) - P173621

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    water supply and sanitation service; water loss; million people; efficiency of service delivery; wastewater collection and treatment; adequate level of service; provision of water supply; real gross domestic product; vulnerability to climate shocks; operational management; acquisition of equipment; reducing water loss; access to water; reliable water supply; reducing gender inequality; purchasing power parity; service delivery models; people with disability; source income; quantity of water; standard and guideline; impact on health; social risk management; water supply service; water scarcity problems; solid waste service; damage to infrastructure; Poverty & Inequality; water supply network; water and wastewater; sustainable urban services; source of income; channels of communication; Gender Gap; Sanitation Services; adequate sanitation; extreme event; water technology; fiscal consolidation; external factor; bill payment; illegal connection; gender neutrality; payment option; public space; treated water; urban poor; basic household; informal connection; water quality; external data; climate scenario; machine learning; Water Services; knowledge gap; promote citizen; gender information; gender perspective; innovative way; lower revenue; water sector; Cultural Heritage; gender diversity; Population Growth; Collaborative Platform; sanitation companies; Water Security; Resource Efficiency; Natural Resources; sewage services; land use; land acquisition; metropolitan city; best practice; working condition; sanitation coverage; treatment facilities; indigenous woman; operational problems; river system; empowering women; water user; pressure management; intense rain; social standard; first year; process knowledge; behavior change; vulnerable segment; process management; integrated supervision; urban drainage; program consisting; indigenous people; Indigenous Peoples; increase poverty; expenditure target; fiscal deficit; train activity; Subnational Debt; contingent liabilities; contingent liability; domestic measures; economic recession; fiscal measure; global demand; contract worker; supply chain; private consumption; labor productivity; federal support; environmental risk; human population; liquidity injection; domestic shock; project costing; external environment; domestic policies; fiscal imbalance; contingency plan; political uncertainty; project financing; consumer confidence; economic recovery; Job Creation; unemployment decline; new job; informal sector; financing instrument; government deficit; public debt; federal level; constitutional rule; primary expenditure; pension reform; Safeguard Policies; Urban Planning; smart technology; adverse risks; infrastructure manager; project datum; urbanized countries; financial intermediaries; economic crisis; Labor Market; metropolitan area; safeguard policy; income shock



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Project Information Document (PID) - Supporting Smart Urban Water Management in the Recife Metropolitan Region (RETF) - P173621 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.