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2007

Rehabilitation of water distribution Networks in Al-Bat’ha and Al-Refa’ie town - Iraq

Irak

Titre : Rehabilitation of water distribution Networks in Al-Bat’ha and Al-Refa’ie town - Iraq

Pays /Région : Irak

Localisation : Thi-Qar/ Nasiriya District and Al-Refa’ie District.

Code projet : ITF E3-10 WTSN/UNOPS Rehabili

Durée : Starting Date : April 2007 Completion Date : January 2008

Présentation
Main objectives and outcomes expected as per approved Project/Programme/project document : Provide overall project objectives as well as outcomes expected of the project. Indicate agreed changes during course of project For the towns of Al-Bat’ha and Al-Refa’ie in Thi-Qar Governorate :
Key Immediate Objective/s : 1. Establish a sustainable, cost-effective and financially viable project by restoring the existing water distribution network to become functionally efficient. 2. Improve the operational efficiency of the existing water distribution network to significantly enhance the quality and quantity of water supplied to the population. 3. Introduce new technology by providing new techniques and best practices on advance type of material available for use. Outputs 1. Increase in the quantity of water available through reduction in network losses 2. Improvements to the health status of the population 3. Improvement to the quality of water through prevention of cross contamination and a Reduction in the number of hospital cases 4. Job opportunities for over 150 construction workers per day, and up to 50 technicians and engineers employable in the use of the new technology for further future projects

Agences Nations Unies : UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR PROJECT SERVICES –(UNOPS)

Implementing Partners : MMPW – Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works

Budget : US $ 1 529 051

United Nations Development Group

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