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Tunisia - Second Water Sector Investment Project : procurement plan (Vol. 4) : CRDA Ben Arous (法语)

详细

  • 文件日期

    2011/12/31

  • 文件类型

    采购计划

  • 报告号

    66227

  • 卷号

    4

  • Total Volume(s)

    31 (参阅所有文档系列)

  • 国家

    突尼斯,

  • 地区

    中东与北非区,

  • 发布日期

    2012/01/06

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    CRDA Ben Arous

  • 关键词

    access to safe water, Agricultural Development, agricultural economy, agricultural intensification, agricultural production, aquifer, aquifer contamination, aquifer management, aquifer recharge, aquifers, Artesian wells, artificial recharge, augmentation, available water, boreholes, canals, capacity building, central government, chlorine, Climate change, community groups, community management, community organizations, Competitive Bidding, conservation of water, construction, Cost recovery, cost sharing, counterpart funding, covering, dams, decision makers, deep wells, demand for water, demand management, desalination, dividends, drainage, drinking water, drinking water supply, drought, economic analysis, Economic Development, Engineering, Environmental, Environmental Impact, environmental impact assessment, environmental impacts, environmental issues, Environmental Legislation, Environmental Management, Environmental policies, Environmental protection, environmental resources, Expenditures, Exploitation, exploratory wells, farms, flood protection, floods, Grant financing, gravity, Ground Water, Groundwater, groundwater component, groundwater for irrigation, groundwater irrigation, Groundwater management, Groundwater quality, groundwater resources, house connections, households, income, Indigenous Peoples, integrated water management, inter-basin transfers, international waters, investment cost, investment program, INVESTMENT PROJECT, irrigation, Irrigation management, irrigation scheme, irrigation systems, Labor costs, living conditions, local communities, maintenance costs, measurements, metering, national water policy, National Water Supply, operational management, participatory approaches, performance indicators, piped water, pipes, Pollution, Pollution Control, precipitation, producers, productivity, project management, Public Health, pumping, pumping equipment, pumping stations, pumps, Rainfall, rainfall patterns, rainwater, raw water, reservoirs, risk management, runoff, rural communities, rural drinking water, rural sanitation, rural water, rural water supply, rural water supply systems, sanitation infrastructure, sanitation services, service delivery, service provision, sewerage sector, shallow wells, soil erosion, surface drainage, surface water, Sustainable Development, sustainable use, taps, tariff policies, tariff policy, tariff strategies, tube wells, urban centers, Urban Water, Urban Water Supply, utilities, utility operations, waste water, wastewater, wastewater collection, wastewater systems, wastewater treatment, wastewater treatment plant, water availability, water consumption, water demand, water logging, water policy, water pollution, water quality, water quality analysis, water quality monitoring, water quantity, water rationing, water reservoirs, Water resource, Water resource management, Water Resources, water resources conservation, water resources management, water scarcity, WATER SECTOR, water service, water services, Water shortages, water sources, water strategy, water supplies, Water Supply Company, water supply delivery, water supply system, water supply systems, water tariff, Water testing, Water Use, water users, water utility

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