Morocco: World Bank provides water supply and sanitation funding
The World Bank has announced it is to lend Morocco $100 million to help the country improve its water supply and sanitation sectors. The loan is the first part of a long-term programme to help Morocco implement sector reforms, increasing the level of efficiency and coordination between sectors, as well as dealing with governance issues. The aim of the programme is to provide sustainable and equitable water and sanitation solutions for poor urban and rural areas, while developing pollution control capabilities and making operators more competitive and accountable.
|Source of information||IWA Publishing and INPIM E-Newsletter - Issue No. 64; May 18, 2007|
|Subject(s)||DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION : COMMON PROCESSES OF PURIFICATION AND TREATMENT , SANITATION -STRICT PURIFICATION PROCESSES , WATER DEMAND|