Bangladesh: $165.7m WB project to improve city water, sanitation services

The World Bank (WB) funds a new project to improve water and sanitation services by Dhaka Water and Sewerage Authority (Dwasa), says a press release. To improve sustainable delivery of stormwater drainage, wastewater and water services by the Dwasa, the government has initiated the ‘Dhaka Water Supply and Sanitation Project’ with funding from the WB. (…)

Secondly, it will carry out rehabilitation, repair and expansion of priority investments in city’s sewerage network and treatment plant to improve the urban environment. (…)

The WB also intends to support Chittagong’s water, sewerage and stormwater drainage system in conjunction with the development partners in the port city under a separate upcoming project.

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2 responses to “Bangladesh: $165.7m WB project to improve city water, sanitation services

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  2. ANd I’m sure $164 million will go to the pockets of AL and BNP politicians while the rest goes to the project.

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