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2008

Institutional Support to the development of the Water and Sanitation Sectors in Angola

Angola

Titre : Institutional Support to the development of the Water and Sanitation Sectors in Angola

Pays : Angola

Organisme : EuropeAid Development and Cooperation (European Commission)

Calendar 2008. The foreseen period of execution of the Financing Agreement is 78 months. The operational implementation phase is 54 months

Objectives
The project overarching objective is to contribute to the reduction of the poverty prevalence in Angola through the achievement of the water and sanitation-related MDGs.
The purpose of the programme is to strengthen the water and sanitation institutions towards providing services in Angola in a sustainable and efficient manner.

Expected results and main activities
The present project proposal is driven by two factors : i) the findings and the subsequent final recommendations of the WSS sector study ; ii) the complementarities with other WSS institutional initiatives.
Taking into account these two guiding principles, it is proposed that the European Commission (EC) intervention focus on four areas of interventions with the following respective results :
1- Human Resources Development Result 1 : Human Resources of water sector institutions provide standards of services adequate to the populations needs.
2-Sanitation intervention in peri-urban and rural areas Result 2 : Sanitation conditions in poor peri-urban and rural areas are improved
3- Water quality Result 3 : Quality of domestic water is improved
4- Strengthen the rural water supply framework Result 4 : The management of the rural water supply sector in the on-going decentralization process is strengthened

Financement  : EC contribution EUR 17.000.000

EuropeAid Development and Cooperation (pdf Annexe 2 page 9)

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