The water and wastewater infrastructure in Lebanon needed improvements to deliver efficient, sustainable services to the country’s citizens.
Final Report: Water Infrastructure Support and Enhancement for Lebanon (WISE-Lebanon).
Project Report | January 15, 2016
The Water Infrastructure Support and Enhancement for Lebanon program was a three-year, three-month activity funded by USAID. The project’s primary objective was to improve Lebanon’s capacity in the management of water resources through water infrastructure upgrades and related management support.
The Water Infrastructure Support and Enhancement for Lebanon (WISE-Lebanon) program was a highly successful three-year infrastructure and capacity building project funded by USAID that improved water services for thousands of Lebanese citizens and a large Syrian refugee population living in towns and villages throughout Lebanon, while also contributing to the capacity and performance of regional water and wastewater utilities.