WOP: AEOPAS and AMAPSMAH

WOP: AEOPAS and AMAPSMAH

KellenKellen   June 26, 2013  
 

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The project consists in taking water from the Ulua River to a plan and then distributing it to the rest of the municipalities.

GENERAL WOP INFORMATION

April 01, 2012 - June 26, 2013
Was the code of conduct followed?
Yes link
Did the operators sign a formal partnership agreement?
Yes
Mentor motivations
Corporate social responsibility
WOPs facilitator
None

PARTNERS AND THEIR INPUTS

Total number of water operator professionals/staff involved in WOP (from all participating operators)
100
Percent at managerial level
20.00
Percent female
25.00
Estimate the person-days the mentor(s) invested in the WOP
15.00

SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS

    Type of support
    Funding

Total cost of WOP ($)
35,000.00

THEMES AND OBJECTIVES

Themes
Public awareness and promotion of water services

Objectives
Create a public supramunicipal operator

WOPS ACTIVITIES

What types of activities were carried out to help develop operator capacity?
  • Classroom training
  • Site visits
  • Study tours

Describe WOPs activities
In the face of this situation, authorities from Villanueva, San Manuel, Pimienta and Potrerillos Sur joined together to resolve the issue of water supply that affects the citizens. The project consists in taking water from the Ulua River to a plan and then distributing it to the rest of the municipalities. The focus is on decentralizing the services, as each municipality will have to make their own arrangements for payment and other demands. Training has been carried out primarily with classroom and field visits.

RESULTS

Describe the overall results
Another notable success is the participation the World Bank in a project of this nature that has the promotion of public water management objective.

Which factors had a positive influence on the success of your WOP?
  • Access to follow up finance
  • Political support

Which factors impeded the success of your WOP?
Other

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