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Sao Tome and Principe - The Preparation of the National Rural Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Programme by 2030 - Project Study


The Study is part of a broader context of Bank support to the country to enable it cope with drinking water supply and sanitation deficit challenges, and harness water resources to sustainably improve the living conditions of rural populations. Current development partner support is fragmented and based on a project approach, coupled with weaknesses in overall governance, which reduces efficiency compared to a programme approach. Hence, the development of a programming framework for planning, financing and implementation is meant to address the need to harmonize donor contribution and align all initiatives with Government efforts. Bank support will help the Government to draw up a comprehensive and integrated framework.

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