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This note presents contract modalities introduced to improve urban water supply and sewerage services in South Asia with support from the Asian Development Bank, including through performance-based construct and operate contracts and design-build-operate contracts. The note was prepared based on a review of six contracts in Bangladesh and India. As most of these contracts are still being tendered or at the implementation stage, lessons extracted here refer essentially to the design and tender phases.

 
 
TitleEngaging with the private sector for improving urban water supply and sewerage services : experiences from South Asia
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsTamaki, K.
Secondary TitleADB briefs
Volume61
Pagination8 p. : 3 boxes, 1 fig.
Date Published08/2016
PublisherAsian Development Bank
Place PublishedManila, Philippines
Publication LanguageEnglish
ISBN Number978-92-9257-553-3 (Print)978-92-9257-554-0 (e-ISBN)
Abstract

This note presents contract modalities introduced to improve urban water supply and sewerage services in South Asia with support from the Asian Development Bank, including through performance-based construct and operate contracts and design-build-operate contracts. The note was prepared based on a review of six contracts in Bangladesh and India. As most of these contracts are still being tendered or at the implementation stage, lessons extracted here refer essentially to the design and tender phases.

 
 
URLhttps://www.adb.org/publications/private-sector-improving-urban-water-supply-and-sewerage
Citation Key83975

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