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Uganda - Integrated Water Management and Development Project (Inglês)

The development objective of the Integrated Water Management and Development Project for Uganda is to improve access to water supply and sanitation services, integrated water resources management, and operational performance of water and sanitation service providers in Project areas. It has four project component. First component, water supply and sanitation in small towns and rural growth centers and support to districts hosting refugees will support activities to improve WSS in selected small towns and RGCs in the Recipient’s territory. Activities consist of (a) constructing and rehabilitating WSS facilities, as well as providing associated services, including engineering, environmental and social studies, and supervision of construction activities; (b) preparing and implementing sanitation plans in selected small towns; (c) strengthening the capacity of selected UWAs in the areas of operational and financial management, including the establishment of a remote monitoring system for rural water systems; and (d) carrying out environmental and social management-related activities to protect water sources and sensitize communities; Second component, water supply and sanitation in large towns and support to districts hosting refugees will support activities to improve WSS. Activities consist of (a) constructing and rehabilitating WSS infrastructure in the municipality of Mbale, including implementing the recommendations from the Augmented Water Supply Study; (b) constructing water supply system for the municipality of Gulu; (c) undertaking construction supervision activities and engineering, as well as environmental studies, including the Augmented Water Supply Study; (d) strengthening the capacity of the NWSC in the areas of operational and financial management to support improved performance in the project supported areas; and (e) carrying out environmental and social management-related activities with a view to protecting water sources and sensitizing communities; Third component, water resources management will support catchment management and restoration activities in selected sub-catchments. Activities consist of (a) undertaking catchment management measures, including soil and water conservation, river bank protection and restoration; and (b) providing alternative livelihoods for affected communities; Fourth component, project implementation and institutional strengthening will finance Project implementation and coordination support activities. activities consist of (a) coordinating, planning, monitoring, reporting, and supervision of the Project; (b) providing training to implementing agencies (IAs) (MWE and NWSC) on World Bank FM, procurement, environmental and social policies and procedures; and (c) establishing the Project Support Team (PST).


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    Uganda - Integrated Water Management and Development Project

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    Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery; STEP Systematic Tracking of Exchanges in Procurement; access to water supply and sanitation; Increasing Resilience to Climate Change; environmental and social management; water resource; integrated water resources management; Host Communities; Soil and Water Conservation; access to urban service; gross domestic product growth; impact of climate change; International Federation of Consulting; Democratic Republic of Congo; improvements in water supply; data collection and analysis; Policy and Institutional Framework; waste water treatment plant; Internal rate of return; rural area; water source; refugee settlement; financial management specialist; Water Resource Management; town council; water sector reform; sanitation service provider; living in poverty; fecal sludge management; influx of refugees; improved water source; private delivery model; investment in water; cost recovery ratio; catchment management activities; rural water systems; water source protection; safe drinking water; catchment management plan; fecal sludge treatment; piped water; capacity for implementation; sustainable development approach; risk category; basic service provision; long-term climate change; land use management; infrastructure and services; water supply investment; Sexually Transmitted Disease; effective service delivery; water resource strategies; water supply program; number of refugees; local water authority; due diligence assessment; regulating water resource; water service provider; total water supply; concentrated water; demand for service; service delivery approach; lack of infrastructure; water resource infrastructure; renewable water resource; quality and quantity; improved sanitation facilities; human capital development; urban growth rate; condition of effectiveness; on-site sanitation facility; extreme poverty line; dependence on agriculture; adequate water resource; water supply situation; limited water supply; high population growth; capital investment program; rapid population growth; private sector credit; long-term sustainable development; water tariff policy; inclusive economic growth; private sector involvement; water supply system; inadequate water supply; access to information; net present value; Resettlement Policy Framework; sense of ownership; resettlement action plan; earnings before interest; detailed engineering design; potential for hydropower; ratio of revenues; Grievance Redress Service; open water source; water supply scheme; acquisition of land; Water Demand; global experience; large town; counterpart fund; Water Security; sanitation coverage; operational performance; environmental degradation; sanitation plan; climate variability; social study; construction activities; social studies; Public Services; water stress; private operator; ugandan shilling; management responsibility; point source; urban population; refugee policy; civil conflict; result indicator; results framework; institutional context; Rural Sector; solar technology; pit latrine



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