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Projet national d’hydraulique Zimbabwe


Titre : Projet national d’hydraulique Zimbabwe

Numéro de projet : P154861

Date d’approbation : 29 janvier 2016
Date de clôture : 30 juin 2019

Pays : Zimbabwe

The development objective of the National Water Project for Zimbabwe is to improve access and efficiency in water services in selected growth centers and to strengthen planning and regulation capacity for the water and sanitation sector. The project comprises three components. First, growth center water and sanitation improvements will finance investments in water supply and sanitation (WSS) rehabilitation and upgrading in seven growth centers : (a) Guruve, (b) Gutu, (c) Lupane, (d) Madziwa, (e) Mataga, (f) Nembudziya, and (g) Zimunya. Detailed designs (including bills of quantities and tender documents) and preliminary environmental impact assessments were completed for all seven growth centers in 2014 to address short-, medium-, and long-term investment needs. These plans were further updated in October 2015 by Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA). Investments will include expanding and rehabilitating water treatment works, boreholes, transmission mains, storage and service reservoirs, distribution systems, connections, and meter installation and replacement. Second, technical assistance will be provided to strengthen the capacity of the relevant national and local institutions to ensure the sustainability of investments and improve the overall planning, regulation, and reform of the sector in line with the National Water Policy. This component has five sub-components, i) National Water Resources Master Plan, ii) Technical Assistance for a Water Services Regulator, iii) Technical Assistance to Local Authorities, iv)Institutional Strengthening of ZINWA, and v) Training ; Third, Project Management will set up a Project Implementation Unit (PIU) to manage the project

Montant total du projet : USD 20.00 millions

Présentation : Banque Mondiale

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