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Executive Summary Yangzhou Pre-feasibility Study – Water

Background of the project: To keep pace with the growing demand for water due to its continued urbanisation and economic growth, the City of Yangzhou has ...

Executive Summary Faisalabad Prefeasibility Study – Industrial Waste Management

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Executive Summary Faisalabad Prefeasibility Study – Waste Water Management

Background and Introduction of this Assignment Upon the request from the City District Government Faisalabad, Cities Development Initiative for Asia (CDIA) has been engaging the CDGF ...

Executive Summary Kathmandu Pre-feasibility Study

INTRODUCTION The Bishnumati river runs to the immediate west of the old city of Kathmandu. It was once a pleasure to stroll along its banks; children ...

Executive Summary Ulaan Baatar Pre-Feasibility Study – Energy Efficiency

Executive summary of the proposed Programme Pre-cast concrete panel buildings from the socialist period represent a major part of the housing stock of Ulaanbaatar, the world’s ...

Executive Summary Pakse Prefeasibility Study – Water Logging

This is Final Report of the Medium-term Urban Environmental Infrastructure Programme. This brings together the findings and proposals of the pre-feasibility work undertaken for the ...

Executive Summary Pakse Rapid Green Infrastructure Assessment

Natural Advantage Pakse is well endowed with natural surroundings. The Mekong and Xedon rivers and the nearby mountains contribute to Pakse having one of the finest ...

Executive Summary Pakse – Solid Waste Management

The objectives of this report are to: describe the main features of the solid waste management process in Pakse District today; identify the most pressing problems of ...

Executive Summary Pakse Prefeasibiilty Study – Social Impacts

Executive Summary ES1. The overall aim of this Poverty and Social Impact Assessment (PSIA) is to improve the understanding of the social, economic and cultural realities ...

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