Renforcement des capacités : des experts de l'ONEA et de la NWSC sur le terrain

Dans le cadre des activités du WOP, deux experts de l'Office Nationale de l'Eau et de l'Assainissement du Burkina Faso (ONEA) ont séjourné, du 16 au 24 décembre 2014, à Cotonou pour former des agents de la Société Nationale des Eaux du Bénin (SONEB) sur des aspects relatifs à l'Eau Non facturée. Cette activité, financée par la Facilité Africaine de l'Eau visait à rendre les participants plus opérationnels sur les méthodes de quantification des pertes d'eau, le dimensionnement des compteurs et la gestion du parc compteurs.

Avant cela, du 1er au 5 décembre 2014, une visite de formation et d'évaluation de la National Water and Sewerage Company NWSC d'Ouganda a eu lieu à Thika Water and Sewerage Company (THIWASCO) au Kenya. Deux experts ougandais sont allés former les agents Kenyan sur la Cartographie, le Système d'Information Géographique (SIG), la Gestion de la clientèle et la Gestion de l'Eau Non Facturée.

Capacity building: experts from ONEA and NWSC on the ground

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Within the framework of WOPs activities, two experts from the Office National de l'Eau et de l'Assainissement of Burkina Faso (Burkina Faso National Water and Sanitation Board) (ONEA) spent a week in Cotonou to train staff from SONEB (Société Nationale des Eaux du Bénin/Benin National Water Utility) on Non-Revenue Water related issues.

This activity, which is financed by the African Water Facility, aimed at making participants more operational regarding the methods of quantification of water losses, the sizing of meters and management of meter parks. From December 1st to 5th 2014, there was also a training and evaluation visit of the National Water and Sewerage Company (NWSC) of Uganda to Thika Water and Sewerage Company (THIWASCO) in Kenya. Two Ugandan experts went to train Kenyan agents on Cartography, Geographical Information System (SIG), Customer Management and Non-Revenue Water Management.

Vacancy: Internship

Under the direct supervision of the Programme Officer, the GWOPA Intern will be responsible for the following tasks:
Revising the content of the GWOPA databases from a content perspective, ensuring consistency and updating as required. Specifically this task will entail: testing hyperlinks, standardizing titles and content, reporting glitches, etc.

  • Researching and processing new content of interest for the GWOPA network and uploading resources as requested by the GWOPA secretariat team
  • Suggesting content and resources for promotion in collaboration with the communication team.
  • Work implies frequent interaction with the following: The GWOPA Secretariat team, technical consultants, partners and members of the Global Alliance, including water and sanitation operators.

Deadline 23/01/2015
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El Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo Aprobó una Cooperación Técnica para Apoyar a WOP-LAC

 

Mr Henry Moreno Principal Water Specialist IDB Receiving the signed Document  Dr Carlos Ben President of ALOAS Signing the TC  The Document signed   

El Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID) aprobó el pasado 30 de Noviembre la asignación de una Cooperación Técnica No Reembolsable a la Asociación Latinoamericana de Operadores de Agua y Saneamiento (ALOAS) para apoyar la implementación de los planes de trabajo de la Red de Empresas Hermanas de Latinoamérica y el Caribe (WOP-LAC) en los próximos 3 años (2015-2017).

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The Inter-American Development Bank Approved A Technical Cooperation To Support Wop-Lac

Mr Henry Moreno Principal Water Specialist IDB Receiving the signed Document Dr Carlos Ben President of ALOAS Signing the TC The Document signed

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The Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) approved, last November 30, a Non Refundable Technical Cooperation to the Latin American Water and Wastewater Operators’ Associattion (ALOAS), to support the implementation of the Bussiness Plans over the next three years (2015-2017).

The Project, named as RG-T2541, is for a total amount of U$S 750.000. The IADB will contribute with U$S 450.000. The principal objetives of the Technical Cooperation are:

  1. Identify and develop at least 16 WOPs;
  2. Promotion of best practices through the implementation of 5 workshops on selected themes;
  3. Management and promotion of the Platform by launching a website, a newsletter and participation in international events

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