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2014

Cities and Climate Change (Mozambique)

Mozambique

Titre : Cities and Climate Change (Mozambique)

Numéro de projet : P146059

Date d’approbation : 23 octobre 2014

Pays : Mozambique

Emprunteur  : REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE

Mise en œuvre : AIAS (ADMINISTRATION FOR WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION INFRAST

Présentation
The Cities and Climate Change Project - Pilot Program for Climate Resilience of Mozambique has an objective that would remain unchanged. To strengthen municipal capacity for sustainable urban infrastructure provision and environmental management which enhance resiliency to climate related risks. Project Structure, which includes two components, will remain the same. Two additional activities will be included under Component 2. These are : Improved management and development of natural drainage, including : (a) mapping natural drainage areas in Beira ; (b) preparing green infrastructure detail designs for selected natural drainage areas, supervision of the implementation ; (c) developing sustainable maintenance and management models ; (d) carrying out community outreach campaigns ; (e) undertaking scoping studies of green infrastructure assets in five other municipal areas which shall serve as for preparing guidelines for the Ministry of State Administration and municipalities for the integration of green infrastructure management into municipal planning and development ; (f) developing and implementing knowledge sharing and dissemination activities for the Borrower’s Eligible Municipalities ; and (g) implementation of green infrastructure investments. The description of Component 2 (iii) was not modified. However, the emphasis on provision of technical support, equipment, and advisory services to strengthen the resilience of the municipality of Nacala to control erosion will be prioritized during implementation

Montant total du projet : USD 15.75 millions

Banque Mondiale

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