Delegation of the European Union to Jamaica, Belize, Turks and Caicos Islands, Bahamas and the Cayman Islands

Sanitation and Hygiene Initiative for Towns (SHIFT) in South West Sri Lanka

22/08/2020 - 04:37
Better Public Services

Technical assistance to the National Water Supply and Drainage Board to create and develop its capacity to manage large-scale sewerage collective systems.

The SHIFT project, implemented by Agence Francaise de Development, aims to:

  1. provide sustainable access to public sanitation service to 185 000 persons;
  2. support Sri Lanka in developing capacities in the sanitation sector; and
  3. increase livelihood in three coastal towns (approximate 410 000 persons).

The European Union's contribution to the project is worth EUR 5.9 million.

Detailed project fiche:

Microsoft Office document icon 354015_shift.doc

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