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Extending Water Supply and Sanitation Services to the Poor through Output-Based Aid (OBA) - a case in Nepal by Norio Saito

Extending Water Supply and Sanitation Services to the Poor through Output-Based Aid (OBA) - a case in Nepal by Norio Saito

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Extending Water Supply and Sanitation Services to the Poor through Output-Based Aid (OBA) - a case in Nepal by Norio Saito
Extending Water Supply and Sanitation Services to the Poor through Output-Based Aid (OBA) - a case in Nepal by Norio Saito

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Extending Water Supply andExtending Water Supply andSanitation Services to theSanitation Services to thePoor through OutputPoor through Output--BasedBased  Aid (OBA) Aid (OBA)--a case in Nepala case in Nepal --
16 June 201116 June 2011Norio SaitoNorio SaitoSenior Urban Development Specialist Senior Urban Development Specialist Urban Development and Water Division, South Asia Department Urban Development and Water Division, South Asia Department 
 
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1.1.ProjecProject 2. Output 2. Output--Based Aid (OBA) MechanismBased Aid (OBA) Mechanism 3.3.Introducing the OBA mechanism toIntroducing the OBA mechanism towater supplywater supply4.4.Introducing the OBA mechanism toIntroducing the OBA mechanism tosanitation (private latrine construction)sanitation (private latrine construction)5.5.DiscussionsDiscussions
 
Nepal: Second Small Towns Water Supplyand Sanitation Sector Project
1. Salient Features of the Project
Support development of safe, accessible, and adequate watersupply and sanitation facilities in about 20 small towns(population of about 20,000-30,000) in Nepal.
Water Users and Sanitation Committees (WUSCs) are the ownerof each project, with necessary support from the government.
WUSCs receive 50% of the investment cost as grant from thegovernment, and contribute the remaining 50%, partly as cashcontribution (5-15%), and partly by taking a loan (35-45%)from the Town Development Fund (TDF).
Project cost is $71.7 million, including a grant of $45.1 millionfrom ADB. (OBA component: $1.3 million)
 ADB Board approval in September 2009.
Detailed design work is mostly complete for 12 towns underbatch 1.

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