Strengthening of sewage infrastructure in Ahmedabad city was started with the financial assistance of the World Bank with the aim of making the sewage system modern and of world class quality considering the future requirement.
A workshop was organized at Ahmedabad by World Bank under Gujarat Resilient Partnership and Ahmedabad Resilient Sea Cheeses Project. Strengthening of sewage infrastructure in Ahmedabad city was started with the financial assistance of the World Bank with the aim of making the sewage system modern and of world class quality considering the future requirement.
Gujarat Resilient Cities Partnership- Ahmedabad Resilient Cities Project launched. Under which Tokyo Development Learning Center and World Bank on A technical knowledge exchange workshop was organized from 27 to 31 March 2023. Officials of Fenkuoka Road and Sewage Department, representatives of Tokyo Development Learning Center, World Bank experts and elected wing representatives and officials of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation were present on the occasion of the inauguration of this workshop.
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Ahmedabad City Mayor Kirit Parmar, Standing Committee Chairman Hitesh Barot, Water Supply and Sewerage Committee Chairman Jatin Patel, Gujarat Government Urban Development and Urban Housing Department Principal Secretary Mukesh Kumar, Municipal Commissioner M. Thennarson, Deputy Municipal Contractor and Project Director Pravika Chaudhary, World Bank. Project Manager (South Asia Region) Sumila Gulyani, Task Team Leader Harsh Goyal and Fukuoka City Road and Sewage Euro Executive Director Teji Sugaya were present.
During the technical knowledge exchange workshop, Fukuoka officials and World Bank experts along with Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation officials will conduct a detailed study and study of the existing sewage infrastructure of Ahmedabad city and its sustainable and world-class development and maintenance.
Under the knowledge exchange program, Fukuoka officials will provide detailed understanding on issues such as ledger system, online monitoring of sewage infrastructure, operation management matrix index, sewage sludge pellet-fuel and composting, hydrogen gas collection and consumption etc. to strengthen existing sewage system.
Through the discussion, planning and implementation through the workshop, the sewerage system of Ahmedabad city can be strengthened, which will increase the well-being of the citizens.
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