45520-001: Community Sanitation Project
Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview
The project's overall goal is to give vulnerable households sustainable access to better sanitation in targeted regions of Samoa. The vast majority of Samoan households rely for their sanitation services on non-functioning, leaking septic tanks. This sanitation infrastructure pollutes groundwater and urban streams, damages such aquatic ecosystems as mangroves and coastal areas, and adversely impacts the residents' health. Samoa has the highest reported incidence of typhoid of all the Asian ... Read More
|Type or Modality of Assistance||
|Financing||Public sector (Sovereign)|
Grant No. 9166
|Approval Date||31 Jul 2012|
Water supply and other municipal infrastructure and services
|Subsector||Water Supply and Sanitation|
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Categories||Some gender benefits|
Indigenous People: C
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