WOP: Vitens and Harar Water Supply and Sewerage Services Autority

WOP: Vitens and Harar Water Supply and Sewerage Services Autority

Nursiwan, SENursiwan, SE   December 14, 2013  
 

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This partnership aims to ensure long term water availability for urban, rural and industrial consumers in Harar State.

GENERAL WOP INFORMATION

April 01, 2013 - March 31, 2018
Was the code of conduct followed?
Yes link
Did the operators sign a formal partnership agreement?
Yes
Mentor motivations
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • New opportunities/challenges for employees
WOPs facilitator
Other

PARTNERS AND THEIR INPUTS

SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS

Other supporting organizations
Other organizations :
- HEINEKEN Brewery
- Ethiopian Catholic Church – Social and Development Coordinating Office of Harar
- MS Consultants
- Acacia Water
- Harari People Regional State (HPRS)
- Royal Haskoning DHV

Financial partners:
- Sustainable Water Fund (FDW)/Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (55%)
- VEI (19%)
- Harari People Regional State (HPRS) (18%)
- Harar Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (HWSA) (4%)
- HEINEKEN Brewery (2%)
- Acacia Water (1%)
- MS Consultants & Ethiopian Church (1%)
Total cost of WOP ($)
7,515,040.00

THEMES AND OBJECTIVES

Themes
  • Asset management
  • Billing and revenue collection
  • Business planning and financial management
  • Customer relations
  • Energy efficiency
  • Expanding services to low income households
  • Non Revenue Water (NRW) management
  • Public awareness and promotion of water services
  • Water quality management

Objectives
The partnership aims to ensure long term water availability for urban, rural and industrial consumers in Harar State. The project focuses particularly on the development of integrated water resources allocation and conservation and the build-up of financial and organizational capacity of the operator HWSA in Harar State. In addition, it aims to increase water access to at least 50.000 people through the construction of public water points, household connections and rural water supply schemes.

WOPS ACTIVITIES

What types of activities were carried out to help develop operator capacity?
  • Classroom training
  • Joint planning or work
  • On the job training
  • Site visits
  • Study tours

RESULTS



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