Rural Water Supply District Development Plans

South and South-East Asia - Sri Lanka

- | World Bank / Global Affairs Canada | USD 1.7M

Cowater ran this three year (1990-1993) project to lead the planning for rural water supply and sanita­tion in three southern districts of Sri Lanka. Subsequently, Cowater was invited to carry out similar planning in three additional districts, funded by the Canadian Government. The planning entailed a ten-year period for District Develop­ment Plans and five years for Priority Investment Projects. The project identified institutional resources for program delivery; it therefore focused heavily on NGOs, the private sector and local government as well as the Sri Lankan National Water Supply and Drainage Board (NWSDB).

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