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PROJET D’APPUI A LA CREATION D’UN ORGANISME DE BASSINS TRANSFRONTALIERS (Ogoué, Ntem, Nyanga, et Komo) ET PREPARATION DE PROJETS D’INVESTISSEMENTS

I. Origine et contexte du Projet
I.1 La Communauté Économique des États de l’Afrique Centrale (CEEAC), créée en octobre 1983 et son Secrétariat Général mis en place en janvier 1985, compte actuellement onze États membres à savoir : l’Angola, le Burundi, le Cameroun, la Centrafrique, le Congo, le Gabon, la Guinée- Equatoriale, la RD Congo, le Rwanda, le Sao Tome & Principe et le Tchad.

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ECOWAS The establishment of a regional water observatory

August 2011- The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) received a € 411,000 grant for a study to establish a regional water observatory to contribute the improvement of water sector performance.  The observatory would help strengthen political will on common water management policy amongst ECOWAS member countries, and promote the convergence of national policy outlook and strategy framework to facilitate joint action on transboundary water resources management.

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Baro-Akobo-Sobat development programme

May 2012 - The Eastern Nile Technical Regional Office (ENTRO, the technical arm of the Nile Basin Initiative, received a € 2 million grant for a development study to support investment efforts to finance the Baro-Akobo-Sobat development programme. The region holds tremendous potential for the cooperative development of water resources, if enhanced, promises significant socio-economic impacts that can reduce poverty.

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Preparation of Lake Chad Basin Water Charter

May 2007 - The Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) has received a € 890,000 grant to support the creation of a Lake Chad Water Charter between the five riparian states, Cameroon, Chad, Libya, Niger, Nigeria, ( Sudan) which will function as a political and legal instrument for equitable water sharing, common investments, and environmental management.

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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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OMVG-Integrated water resources management (IWRM) in the Kayanga Geba River Basin

January 2009 - The Organisation pour la mise en valeur du fleuve Gambie (OMVG) received €1.6 million grant to reinforce its capacities to implement sustainable management of shared water resources based on an IWRM approach. This entails building OMVG’s capacities through staff training, the rehabilitation and extension of its hydrological observation network, the establishment of a cooperation framework for the management of water resources. The project will also bring support for the development of irrigation in the basin area located in Guinea-Bissau.

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Support to the Volta Basin Authority (VBA) for the implementation of the Volta-HYCOS Project

January 2009 – The Volta Basin Authority received a €1.2 million grant to enable the VBA and the National Hydrologic Services (NHS) of member states to deliver reliable hydrological information services to users and perform effective trans-boundary IWRM.

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Support to SADC regional water supply and sanitation programme

June 2009- The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) received a € 2 million grant to establish a regional, collaborative framework for effective water supply and sanitation planning and management to enable SADC member states achieve the water supply and sanitation targets of the MDGs by 2015 and the Southern African Water Vision. The framework consists of tools, measures and approaches to overcome the identified constraints to effective sector performance in the SADC states.

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Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC)-Water and Sanitation Initiative: Preparation of investment plan for 15 centers

March 2008 - The East African Community (EAC) received a € 1 million grant to identify an integrated package of interventions for the long-term development of water supply and sanitation and environmental management services in 15 high priority secondary towns/centers, including water supply and sanitation improvement, solid waste management, and drainage improvement in key areas.

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