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2022

Potable Water Management Programme (PWMP) in Upper Egypt Phase 2

Egypte

Direction du Développement de la Coopération (Suisse)

Titre : Potable Water Management Programme (PWMP) in Upper Egypt Phase 2

Pays/Région : Egypte

Durée : 01.05.2022 // 31.12.2025

Résumé
Egypt has critical needs in better managing water resources and reducing water losses as well as consumption, especially in Upper Egypt (climate change impact, lack of infrastructure, high poverty level). Switzerland provides innovative solutions for improved potable water management and service provision to the vulnerable population. The mixed approach based on strengthening capacities of the water company, improving the infrastructure for potable water provision and on engaging the communities will serve as model for nationwide replication.

Projet en bref

* Objectifs  : To improve the service provision of Aswan Water and Sanitation Company (AWSC), sustain equal and reliable access of potable water and ensure efficient utilization of water amongst the inhabitants in El Sail and Khor Awada.
* Groupes cibles  :
Direct : Inhabitants of El Sail and El Zaydab neighborhoods in Aswan (around 30’000 inhabitants, corresponding to 14% of the Aswan city population and 3% of the Aswan Governorate population). AWSC task force members (15-20) Students, teachers, women and youth actively participating in the awareness campaigns in El Sail area (6,240 students out of which 50% are girls and 26 teachers out of which 50% are women ; directly participating in the 13 environmental clubs). In addition to 8 female promoters and 8 male promoters reaching out to 1,400 and 840 individuals, respectively.
Indirect : All customers of AWSC (621,000) All AWSC staff (2,997)

Budget de la Suisse  : CHF 9’435’958

Présentation : Coopération Suisse

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