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Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Phase 2


Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement

Titre : Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Phase 2

Pays : Zimbabwe

Référence : P-ZW-E00-003

Date d’approbation : 07/10/2013
Date de démarrage : 07/10/2014


Component 1 - Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructure
Component 2 - Hygiene Promotion
Component 3 - Institutional Capacity Building
Component 4 - Project Management and Engineering Services

The project will contribute to improved health and social wellbeing of the population through improved provision of water and sanitation services. The proposed Project is a continuation of the phase 1 UWSSRP. While phase 1 focused more on restoring water and wastewater treatment capacity, phase 2 attempts to complement phase 1 by giving greater emphasis on improving the network performance, strengthening commercial aspects and enhancing service delivery efficiency.
The specific objectives of the Project are therefore to : (i) protect public health through the provision of safe water and disposal of human waste, (ii) preserve water and sanitation physical assets, (iii) resuscitate capacity for improving water and sanitation services provision, and (iv) improve financial sustainability of water and sanitation services delivery in the urban areas of Harare, Chitungwiza, Ruwa and Redcliff. These objectives will be met by targeted investment and intervention in critical aspects of the water and sanitation infrastructure.

The project benefits the 3.4 million residents of Harare, Chitungwiza, Ruwa and Redcliff with improved water supply and sanitation services. Project intervention emphasis will be to address the problem in the high density areas of these towns. The project aims to achieve : reduction of morbidity and mortality due to water borne diseases increase reliability, quality and availability of water supply remove raw sewage from residential areas and increase treatment capacity improve financial sustainability and performance

Total  : UAC 13,073,766
1 UAC = 1,5090 USD (May 2013)

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