|Approval Date||18 Nov 1998|
|Signature Date||13 Jan 1999|
|Planned Completion Date||30 Jun 2003|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Jun 2003|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|Sector||Water Supply & Sanitation|
|DAC Sector Code||14022|
The proposed sanitation study for seven district centers in Malawi is designed to permit the selection of projects that will strengthen the provision of sanitation services in the country. The study complements on-going interventions being financed by the ADF and other donors in the water and sanitation sector in Malawi, these being primarily concentrated in water supply. The study shall be conducted in two phases: Phase I shall involve basic data collection, compilation of criteria, guidelines and standards leading to the reparation of master plans; while phase II shall undertake feasibility studies, preliminary designs, detailed designs and draft tender documents for the seven towns. The study shall review existing coordination arrangement of donor activities in the sanitation sub-sector. The study will propose the most cost effective means of providing/improving sanitation facilities in the study towns, and the use and management of these facilities.
The objective of the study is to identify appropriate ways and means of providing suitable sanitation services for the population in the seven district centers of Zomba, Liwonde, Mangochi, Salima, Kasungu, Karonga and Mzimba in Malawi. The study shall examine and recommend the rehabilitation and/or upgrading of existing traditional/Ventilated Improved Pit (VIP) latrines, septic tanks, seweragefacilities, and the extension or provision of new sanitation facilities as appropriate. Furthermore, the study shall identify and recommend criteria and guidelines for environmental protection from human waste disposal and wastewater discharge in the study areas. The outputs of the study shall be master plans, feasibility studies, preliminary designs, detailed designs and draft tender documents for the seven towns.
The project main beneficiaries are the populations in the seven district centers of Zomba, Liwonde, Mangochi, Salima, Kasungu, Karonga and Mzimba in Malawi. The centers have a combined population of 204,200.
African Development Fund
Government Of Malawi
REGIONAL WATER BOARDS (RWBS)
|Last Update||15 May 2021|