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Russian Federation - Housing and Communal Services Project (Inglês)

The Housing and Communal Services (HCS) project's development objective is to improve the quality and financial viability of participating municipalities in the Russian Feder. The project has the following components to support HCS reform implementation at the federal level, including (a) developing the legal and regulatory framework at the federal level, (b) setting up the national HCS monitoring system, and (c) disseminating project results to non-participating, (d) assistance to cities on utility reform, social protection & housing; (e) evaluation of implementation of municipal reform programs, (f) knowledge exchange between municipalities, (g) public awareness campaign on HCS reforms in selected regions, (h) preparation of municipal investment plans, feasibility studies and technical designs, (i) implementation of municipal investment plans, and (j) supervision of implementation of municipal investment plans.The project will provide targeted support to fill the gaps in the legal and regulatory framework, to improve progress monitoring, and to disseminate good practice across the country. The assistance at the federal level will include three subcomponents: (i)de veloping the legal and regulatory framework at the federal level, (ii)se tting up the national HCS monitoring system, and (iii) disseminating project results to non-participating municipalities and regions.


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    Federação Russa,

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Russian Federation - Housing and Communal Services Project

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