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2013

Small and Medium Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Feasibility Study and Detailed Design

South Sudan

Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement

Titre : Small and Medium Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Feasibility Study and Detailed Design

Pays : South Sudan

Référence : P-SS-E00-001

Date d’évaluation : 01/04/2013
Date de présentation : 11/09/2013

Objectifs
The objective of the Study is to assist GRSS to elaborate the development and management including costing of a water supply and sanitation programme in the Study area which shall be the eleven (11) small and medium towns presented. These towns were selected on the basis of demographics and demand for water supply and sanitation services. They include strategic border and entrance towns with populations of at least 10,000 people, have high demand for water supply and sanitation services and are of high priority in the Urban WASH Investment Plan.

Bénéfices
The proposed Small and Medium Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Feasibility Study and Detailed Design will prepare bankable water supply and sanitation projects for eleven (11) towns in South Sudan where the needs are dire, and provide opportunities for the government to access funding for water and sanitation infrastructure development. The Bank has acquired substantial knowledge and experience in addressing water and sanitation challenges of urban and rural areas including rural towns in fragile states. The Bank’s field presence is also an important asset that allows it to have full engagement in the country’s development agenda.

The study will be presented in adequate detail to form the basis of funding decisions. This should include aspects of water resources management, knowledge management and capacity building among local institutions as well as facilities for monitoring. Outcomes of these analyses will identify weakness in hard infrastructure as well as in institutional capacity and will serve as basis for defining future support by developing partners including the Bank. Knowledge generated during implementation of this project will be well documented from the various project reports including quarterly progress, technical and financial audit, midterm review and completion reports. The knowledge gained will enrich Bank’s continued learning process, and its support to the regional member countries, especially in fragile states.

Coûts
Total  : UAC 3,500,000
1 UAC = 1,5090 USD (May 2013)

Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement

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