APPLICATION TO ACCESSWATER FINANCING PARTNERSHIP FACILITY (WFPF) RESOURCESFor Grant Component of Loan Projects or TAs
(2 pages maximum)
WFPF Steering Committee
Approval for Fund Allocation
Project or Activity Name:
Loan Amount and Sources:
TA Amount and Sources:
Amount requested from WFPF:
Year and Quarter Funds Needed:
A. Demonstrate the added value from receiving WFPF support to theproposed project, and specify how WFPF funds will be used (i.e. scope of work)
(Note: The WFPF supports the implementation of the Water Financing Program (WFP)which aims to double ADB investments in water to achieve the impact and outcomesindicated in the footnotes below, and the intent of the Water Operational Plan 2011-2020which promotes specific priority thrusts. Kindly explain how WFPF support to your proposed project contributes toward the achievement of WFP outcomes
and Water Operational Plan priority thrusts
B.Option 1 – For PPTAs or Grant Component of Loans, quantifiedbeneficiaries of downstream investment project
WFP target outcomes: (a) 500 million people provided access to safe water supply and improvedsanitation, (b) 170 million people with reduced risks to floods, (c) 95 million people with more productive andefficient irrigation and drainage services, (d) integrated water resources management (IWRM) introduced in30 river basins, and (e) improved water governance though national water reforms and capacitydevelopment.
WFP impact: Increase in the number of people in DMCs with access to safe water and sanitation coupledwith more sustainable management of water resources to support income generation and economic growthactivities and a reversal of degradation of the water environment.
Water Operational Plan priority thrusts: (a) water use efficiencies across the range of users, (b) expandedwastewater management and reuse, including hygiene sanitation, (c) embedded integrated water resourcesmanagement, including flood and drought mitigation, (d) expanded knowledge development that usestechnology and innovation more directly, and (e) enhanced partnerships with the private sector.