|Approval Date||24 Jul 2007|
|Signature Date||06 Sep 2007|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2015|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||31 Dec 2015|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|Sector||Water Supply & Sanitation|
|DAC Sector Code||14010|
The present Rural Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Project in the Cascades, West-Central, South-Central and Sahel regions is a component of the 1st phase of the national programme (NDWSSP). It was formulated in consultation with the major donors of the sector in order to address the fundamental needs of rural communities in the area of potable water supply and sanitation. The project will contribute to improving the health conditions of the inhabitants, reducing health expenditures, promoting income-generating activities related to water and private sector development in the intervention areas. It is based on the following principles: (i) the sector decentralization process; (ii) a demand-driven approach involving the beneficiary communities; (iii) contribution by the latter to equipment investment and maintenance costs; (iv) support to the private sector, central and deconentrated technical structures operating in the sector, local administrations and the beneficiaries; and (vi) closer coordination between the various actors of the sector. The present project comprises the following components: A) development of Basic DWSS Infrastructure; B) institutional Support to Structures Involved in the Project; and C) support for Project Coordination and Management.
The sector goal of the project is to contribute to improving the socioeconomic and health conditions of rural communities. Specifically, it aims at the following priority objectives: (i) improve water supply and household sanitation in the rural localities of the four target regions (Cascades, West-Central, South-Central and Sahel); and (ii) improve community sanitation in the rural communities of these four regions.
The priority beneficiaries of the project are the rural communities in the Cascades, West-Central, South-Central and Sahel regions that have expressed their needs and conveyed their request to the authorities. The recommended approach consists in giving preference to the localities in these regions that have the highest deficit indices. Demand for community sanitation structures expressed by schools, rural health centres, markets, road transport stations and various public places will also be taken into account.
African Development Fund
Rural Water Supply & Sanitation
PROGRAMME D'APPROVISIONNEMENT EAU POTABLE ET D'ASSAINISSEMENT
|Last Update||30 Sep 2020|
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