"The 'Sindh Cities Improvement Investment Program (SCIIP) tranche 2, approved by
Sindh's smaller cities are experiencing rapid population growth and a severe deficit of reliable urban infrastructure that has created major health and hygiene problems stinting economic growth and livelihood opportunities of the people. The NSUSC will implement the project over the next four years (2013-2017) in coordination with the
"The project will build on the gains made under tranche 1 that has successfully introduced local government owned and professionally managed independent urban utility company to address the mounting water supply and sanitation challenges. The project will promote increased citizen participation and support for sustainability and efficiency of the urban services."
The SCIIP 2 also supports institutional reforms to provide investments into urban services and infrastructure, and develop capacities of the new institutions.
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