|Approval Date||01 Dec 2022|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2027|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||31 Dec 2027|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|Sector||Water Supply & Sanitation|
|DAC Sector Code||14010|
This intervention concerns the Water and Sanitation Services Improvement Project for Resilience Building (PASEPA-ER). It aims to contribute to universal access to drinking water and sanitation for people in the project area. The Bank’s intervention will mainly improve the access rate to drinking water and sanitation services in the project area, build the resilience of IDPs and host households, and further protect water resources. In addition to building water and sanitation infrastructure, the project will help implement the national strategy for managing the public drinking water supply in rural and semi-urban areas by establishing and strengthening the capacity of structures that manage the service, as well as mobilizing the water supply financial contribution by consolidating the collection of the raw water tax from the private delegated entities that will manage drinking water supply. The project is implemented with four (4) components: (i) Development of climate resilient and gender-sensitive drinking water infrastructure; (ii) Development of climate resilient and gender-sensitive sanitation infrastructure; (iii) Studies and capacity-building; and (iv) Project coordination and management.
PASEPA-2R aims to contribute to universal access to drinking water and sanitation for people in its project area in accordance with the human rights-based approach (HRBA). Its specific objectives are to: (i) provide sustainable and equitable access to drinking water and sanitation services so as to reduce water-fetching time (from 30 minutes to 15 minutes) particularly for women and girls; (ii) strengthen the institutional and management capacities of the public water and sanitation service; (iii) build the resilience and adaptation capacities of vulnerable populations in efforts to mitigate climate change impacts on water resources; (iv) increase the incomes of men, women and young people by developing income-generating activities (IGA); and (v) prepare a new water and sanitation investment project.
The project will benefit the populations of the following six (06) regions: North Central, West Central, South Central, North, Central Plateau and Sahel. The cumulative population of the intervention zone is estimated at approximately 8,113,000 inhabitants, including approximately 4,194,000 women.
Government Of Burkina Faso
Transition Support Facility
|Last Update||22 Mar 2023|
|Name||Céline Bénédicte Yidja KANZIE|