Cabo Verde Compact II - Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene
Summary: MCC’s $66.2 million Cabo Verde Compact II (2012-2017) funded the $41.1 million Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Project. The project aimed to improve service delivery and increase households’ access to piped water and sanitation by strengthening the institutional and regulatory environment; creating a new, financially sustainable corporatized water utility; funding infrastructure rehabilitation and expansion; and subsidizing household connections to the water and sewer networks. The reforms were expected to increase government and donor investment in the WASH sector. The project was based on the theory that increasing access to piped water would lead to increases in household productivity, particularly for poor households, by reducing the cost and time spent collecting water and increasing the amount of water consumed.
Study Type: Independent Evaluation
Study Status: Active
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