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This action intends at impoving livelihoods and enabling human, social and economic development on Kiritimati Island in the Republic of Kiribati. The purpose is to assist the Government of Kiribati in securing safe and sustainable drinking water supply to Kiritimati Island communities, notably in the priority areas of London and Tennessee.
Total Cost (EUR): 4 652 200
EU contracted amount (EUR): 4 652 200
This Action will focus on increased access to safe and sustainable water and sanitation and reduce WASH related diseases in Gilbert outer island group.
Total Cost (EUR): 3 185 000
EU contracted amount (EUR): 3 185 000
Duration: November 2014 - August 2018
Implementing organisation: Pacific Community (SPC)
Funding Instrument: European Development Fund (EDF)
Benefitting zone: KI - Kiribati
This support intends to provide technical assistance to the National Authorising officer and the Ministry of Line and Phoenix Islands Development (MLPID) to ensure effective identification, formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of actions under the current National Indicative Programme and other EDF funds, including programmes and activities related to capacity building at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development and also the Ministry of Line and Phoenix Development.
Total Cost (EUR): 924 000
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