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Sierra Leone - Project Freetown Wash and Aquatic Environment Revamping Project - Appraisal Report
The Freetown WASH & Aquatic Environment Revamping Project covers the greater Freetown area, the capital city of Sierra Leone. The project aims at contributing 15% increase in access to safe water supply and 7% increase in access to improved sanitation in Sierra Leone. The project also includes measures to institutionalise the Integrated Urban Water Management (IUWM) approach and in particular provide for sustainable management of the Freetown peninsular water-shed. The project total cost is estimated at UA135.12 million, including Fund’s contribution of UA10.00 million. The project will be implemented within a period of sixty-six (66) months.