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PROJET D’ETUDES INTEGREES DE VALORISATION DU BARRAGE SOUTERRAIN DE NARE ET REHABILITATION DES INFRASTRUCTURES CONNEXES

Contexte et Origine du Projet :L’économie du Burkina Faso repose sur le secteur agro-sylvo-pastoral qui contribue fortement au PIB national et occupe plus de 90% de la population active. Cependant, ce secteur est soumis régulièrement aux effets de la variabilité et du changement climatique tels que les sécheresses et les inondations qui affectent négativement la performance de l’économie nationale limitant ainsi le développement socio-économique du pays.

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Feasibility Studies and Detailed Designs for Integrated and Sustainable Urban Sanitation in Provincial Towns

Background: The development agenda of the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) is articulated in the National Vision 2030 and the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP - 2017-2021) which prioritize water and sanitation among the key sectors for economic growth. Accordingly, Government is implementing the National Urban and Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Program as a road map to improve access to sustainable water supply and sanitation services for Urban, Peri-urban and Rural dwellers in Zambia, and to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Feasibility Studies and Detailed Designs for Faecal Sludge Service Chain Management in Un-Sewered Urban Centers in Uganda

Background: The rationale for the project is the need to increase access to safe, sustainable and inclusive sanitation and hygiene, with improved management of faecal sludge for people living in deprived urban communities in Uganda. The project forms as integral part of Government efforts to improve access to sustainable sanitation in line with the National Development Plan (NDP II) and Implementation Strategy (2017-2020).

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Scaling up integrated rainwater harvesting and management and complimentary livelihood systems in semi-arid districts of Kenya

July 2012 - The Kenya Rainwater Association (KRA) received € 690,000 grant to mainstream rainwater harvesting and management (RHM) in response to rural development challenges posed by climate change in drought prone regions of Kenya.

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Development of operation guidelines for investment in multi-purpose small dams

August 2012 – The Government of Zambia received a € 950,000 grant to develop, test, and adopt updated guidelines to program, design, finance, build and monitor multi-purpose small dams. Resources mobilisation activities are also an important part of the project to ensure that the dams be scaled-up. The project is expected help rural communities build resilience to climate variability through improved water storage capacity. The water is expected to increase water security for fisheries, irrigation, domestic use, and cattle.

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DES TOILETTES POUR TOUS A SOKODE PAR LA VALORISATION DES BOUES DE VIDANGE ET LE MICROCREDIT

ORIGINE DU PROJET: Le sous-secteur de l’assainissement au Togo a été négativement impacté par la suspen-sion de la coopération au développement, consécutive aux troubles socio-politiques des an-nées 1990 à 2005. L’accès des ménages aux toilettes a ainsi régressé de 37 % en 1990 à 34,9 % en 2010 (MICS, 2010). La Région centrale, dont la capitale administrative est Sokodé, s’est signalée par un taux de couverture plus faible (26,1 %), et des taux de prévalence de maladies d’origine hydrique des plus élevés.

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Elaboration de la vision et de la stratégie du Secteur de l’Eau à l’horizon 2050 pour la Tunisie

La Tunisie, en raison de sa situation géographique entre la Méditerranée et le Sahara, est un pays aride sur la majeure partie de son territoire. Elle est classée parmi les pays se trouvant au-dessous du seuil de stress hydrique (450m3/an/hab. en 2015).

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Water operators partnership (WOP) peer-to-peer learning and benchmarking

November 2009 – Water Operators Partnership (WOP) received a €490,000 grant to improve service to customers through more sustainable utility operations including better quality of service, financial performance, technical performance and coverage. Financial performance improvement shall aim at increasing operation cost coverage ratio and collection efficiency, while technical performance shall primarily focus on the reduction of water losses.

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Kawempe urban poor sanitation improvement (KUPSIP)

January 2013 - The Community Integrated Development Initiatives (CIDI) received a € 1million grant to provide sanitation facilities for households, schools and the public or urban poor areas.  This intervention will promote principles of sanitation marketing, offer a pro-poor sanitation financing mechanism for accessing affordable and improved sanitation infrastructure; define a sustainable faecal sludge management and safe reuse strategy; and develop strategies, information, education and communication tools to promote sanitation demand and promote better sanitation practices.

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Fostering innovative sanitation and hygiene in Monrovia

January 2013 – The Monrovia City Corporation received a € 1.2 million grant to increase access to sustainable and affordable sanitation services with improved hygiene and livelihood for Monrovia’s urban poor. The specific objectives include increase access to safe, sustainable and affordable sanitation services; reduce the vulnerability of the urban poor populace to WASH related diseases caused by water contamination; implement an effective, efficient and sustainable fecal sludge management system with production of affordable fecal sludge fertilizer to increase food security.

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