|Country (and Region):||Honduras (Latin America and Caribbean)|
|Sector(s):||Water and Sanitation
The objective of this project is to develop an output-based facility aimed at establishing an efficient and transparent mechanism for financing infrastructure in water and sanitation projects in Honduras. The project will increase access to water and sanitation services and improve the quality of existing services for about 15,000 low income households in rural and peri-urban areas. Key objectives include:
The project consists of the following parts:
Part 1: OBA Facility:
Part 2: Technical Assistance:
Part 3: Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation:
(b) Carrying out of audits, monitoring and evaluation activities by hiring an Independent Verification Agent.
A Grant Agreement was signed on June 19, 2007.
This project is expected to bring improved access to water and sanitation services to approximately 15,000 households.
Through the new Honduras OBA Facility, GPOBA will indirectly fund smaller scale OBA schemes that improve access to water and sanitation services to low income households.
|Activity Type:||Subsidy Funding
|GPOBA Technical Assistance:||US$155,000|
|OBA database project page:||http://www-esd.worldbank.org/obadata/index.cfm?page=projects&pa=3&prj=405|
|Grant Recipient:||Fondo Hondureño de Inversión Social (FHIS)|
“B” For EIA see: http://go.worldbank.org/TBGSF31140
|Approval date:||Jun 2006|