Madagascar- Projet d'élaboration de schémas directeurs d'assainissement de huit villes secondaires de Madagascar (SDAUM)


Project Summary

Approval Date 24 Dec 2015
Signature Date 21 Mar 2016
Planned Completion Date 31 Dec 2021
Last Disbursement Planned Date 31 Dec 2020
Sovereign / Non-Sovereign Sovereign
Sector Water Supply & Sanitation
DAC Sector Code 14022
Commitment U.A 1,459,969.24
Status Implementation

Project General Description

The project for the Development of Sewerage Master Plans for eight secondary cities in Madagascar (SDAUM) is part of the Malagasy Government's 2013-2018 priorities for sanitation. It enables the Government and town halls, in the targeted cities, to have an investment program and tools for better management and coordination of interventions in the sanitation sector. The project is structured in two (02) components: (i) the development studies of SDAU, APDs (Detailed Pre-Projects) and DAO (Bidding Documents); and (ii) project management. The main short-term results are: (i) sanitation stakeholders, at both central and decentralized levels, will be trained and sensitized to the integrated management of wastewater in urban areas; (ii) the main secondary cities will be provided with sewerage master plans based on the integrated approach of urban waste management; (iii) a minimum of 4 urban centers will benefit from bankable projects arising from their SDAU; (iv) the financial resources required for the implementation of the priority projects will be mobilized.

Project Objectives

The project aims to equip the main secondary urban centers of Madagascar with Sewerage Master Plans and projects based on the integrated waste management approach likely to contribute to their resilience to climate change.

Beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of the project are: (i) the eight urban communes of Toliara, Taolagnaro, Antsirabe, Toamasina, Nosy-Be, Fianarantsoa, Mahajanga, Antsiranana, housing 1.6 million inhabitants; (ii) the Sectoral Ministry (MEAH) and its counterparts, in charge of decentralization, urban planning, agriculture, environment and energy, will see their capacities in integrated management of urban waste strenghtened; (iii) Civil Society Organizations (NGOS) and Community structures involved in the targeted cities, who will participate in the SDAUs' setting- up process and detailed projects to mobilize funding for their implementation.

Participating Organization

Funding
AfricaWater Facility Fund
Implementing
Ministère de l’eau, de l’assainissement et de l’hygiène (MEAH)

Information

IATI identifier 46002-P-MG-EB0-001
Other IATI identifier CA-3-A034853001
Last Update 31 Oct 2019

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Contact Details

Name OSSETE Jean Michel
Email j.ossete@afdb.org

Geographic Location

Country Madagascar