Program for Sustainable Water Services and Sanitation in Rural Communities III
The Program for Sustainable Water Services and Sanitation in Rural Communities III supports the efforts of the Government of Mexico to increase the coverage and quality of potable water and sanitation in Mexican towns of up to 10,000 inhabitants. The program also seeks to assess the potential for sustainable use of treated wastewater for agricultural use on a small scale, through the preparation and implementation of reusable water for pilot projects at rural community levels and promote institutional and fiduciary strengthening with local and state entities through national coordination, and decentralization of responsibilities and resources.
|Classification||Infraestructura sanitaria, Manejo y conservación de recursos naturales|
|Components and/or products||
Institutional development and strengthening of State Committees or equivalent.
This component seeks to continue and deepen efforts related to activities that strengthen implementing agencies of the projects regarding the Program at the state and municipal level, in sectoral planning, promotion and development of projects and attention to rural communities.
Social care and community involvement.
This component aims to contribute to the sustainability of potable water and sanitation systems by implementing the following actions in towns of up to 2,500 inhabitants:
Water infrastructure and sanitation.
The resources allocated to this component will finance the following activities:
Rural communities of up to 2,500 inhabitants.
Urban localities of 2,501 to 10,000 inhabitants.
|Geographical coverage||Urbano y rural|
|Executing organism||Comisión Nacional del Agua|
|Related national policies|
The financing corresponds to a loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB); in 2011 the third phase formalized the work with the amount of USD$250 million.
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