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Nicaragua - Greater Managua Water and Sanitation Project : procurement plan : Nicaragua - Plan de adquisiciones : procurement plan (Espanhol)

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2010/04/20

  • TIpo de documento

    Plano de Aquisições

  • No. do relatório

    54550

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Líbano,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Nicaragua - Plan de adquisiciones : procurement plan

  • Palavras-chave

    access to services, access to urban services, access to water, adequate supply, alternative technologies, aquifers, audits, available water supply, boreholes, Central Government, cities, collection efficiency, collection networks, collection system, communities, Community Management, Community Participation, Competitive Bidding, connection, construction, contaminated water, cost recovery, Debt, decision making, DESCRIPTION, distribution network, Distribution networks, distribution system, district metering, drains, drinking water, Economic analysis, economic growth, energy consumption, Environmental, Environmental Management, Exchange Rate, Expenditures, externalities, financial viability, freshwater resources, grey water, Habitats, high levels, household connections, households, houses, Housing, Human Development, hygiene, hygiene education, Imports, income, Indigenous Peoples, inflation, inflation rates, informal settlements, inhabitants, intervention, interventions, investment costs, Labor costs, land tenure, latrine, leak detection, leakage, local community, local water, local water management, low-income households, marginal costs, metropolitan areas, Monitoring Program, municipalities, National Water, National Water Authority, neighborhood, neighborhoods, oil, operational activities, operational costs, operational efficiency, performance indicators, physical losses, pipe laying, piped water, pit latrines, pollution, poor neighborhoods, poor settlements, population growth, population growth rate, potable water, poverty line, present value, private companies, production costs, Project Management, providing water supply, provision of water, public health, public utilities, public utility, pumping, pumping stations, pumping systems, rainwater collection, regulatory agency, reliable water supply, Resettlement, rural areas, rural water, safety, sanitation coverage, Sanitation Program, sanitation sector, sanitation service, sanitation services, sanitation system, sanitation systems, Sanitation Water, savings, sensitivity analysis, septic tanks, service provider, service quality, settlers, sewer system, Sewerage, Sewerage Company, sewerage connections, sewerage network, sewerage networks, sewerage service, sewerage services, sewerage system, sewerage systems, solid waste, solid waste collection, storage capacity, storm water, Sustainable Development, tariff collection, tariff increase, tariff structure, tariff studies, toilet, toilet systems, trainings, treatment facilities, urban area, urban areas, urban centers, Urban Development, urban population, Urban services, urban water, utilities, Waste Water Treatment, wastewater, wastewater collection, wastewater treatment, wastewater treatment plant, wastewater treatment systems, Water Authority, water demand, water meters, water quality, water resources, water revenues, water sanitation, water sector, water service, water service provision, water shortages, water sources, water storage, water storage tanks, Water Supply, Water System, Water Treatment Plant, water usage, water users, water utilities, wells, willingness to pay

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