- improvement of the Khodija Bakirgan water wells;
- construction of transmission and connection mains;
- refurbishment of a portion of the municipal distribution network;
- installation of water meters;
- purchase of workshop equipment;
- installation of reserve wastewater pumps; and,
- the preparation of detailed design and tender documents.
- Preparation and implementation of a Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme for the Khujand Water Company (the Company).
- Provision of a Stakeholder Participation Programme to encourage greater public participation in the delivery of water services, ensure poverty and subsistence issues are reflected in tariff reforms, and promote water conservation.
- Water tariff reforms;
- Greater stakeholder participation in tariff reform and service delivery;
- More transparency and improved corporate governance;
- Commercialisation of the Company;
- Demonstration effect of directly financing a local government
- Feasibility study including a review of the proposed investment programme and an environmental assessment.
- Restatement of accounts of the Khujand Water Company in accordance with
- International Financial Reporting Standards.
- A Social Assessment to review social conditions, affordability, and willingness-to-pay.
- Assistance to prepare and implement a Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme for the Company.
- Assistance to prepare the final designs and tender documents and to support the Project Implementation Unit.
- A Stakeholder Participation Programme to: encourage greater public participation in the delivery of water services, ensure poverty and subsistence issues are reflected in tariff reform, and, promote water conservation.
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