Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIA) Jan-2015, Bids Evaluation Reports (WS-15)

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The provision of municipal services in Sindh has not kept pace with increased population demands. Only 55% of urban population has access to piped water that too of poor quality, limited to 2-4 hours and not more than 15-20 gallons per capita per day (gpcd). Similarly, access to sewerage /drainage and disposal of solid waste is either negligible or very low. The US Government through USAID/ Pakistan has earmarked a grant of US $ 66.0 million for the development of municipal infrastructure in six selected towns in 2010 flood affected districts of the Province. Under MSDP emphasis was given to smaller towns, falling outside the purview of SCIP. Accordingly Jacobabad, Qambar, Shahdadkot, Mehar, Khairpur Nathan Shah and Johi were selected for the said USAID assisted development work under the program. In the first phase, the construction works on Jacobabad Water Supply System are currently underway while work on Waste Water and Solid Waste Systems in Jacobabad are expected to start very soon.








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