Nigeria - Nigeria Urban Water Sector Reform and Akure Water Supply & Sanitation Project


Project Summary

Approval Date 12 Dec 2019
Signature Date 12 Dec 2019
Planned Completion Date 28 Dec 2027
Last Disbursement Planned Date 28 Dec 2027
Sovereign / Non-Sovereign Sovereign
Sector Water Supply & Sanitation
DAC Sector Code 14010
Commitment U.A 76,247,063.9
Status Approved

Project General Description

The present intervention concerns the Nigeria Urban Water Sector Reform and Akure Water Supply & Sanitation Project. It aims to improve the sustainable access to safe drinking water and sanitation to the residents of Akure City and its environs. The project is directly part of the Pillar I of the Vision on “Guaranteeing the well-being and productivity of the people,” which recognizes that “Water and Sanitation is one of the primary drivers of public health. The type of access, quantum of water supply and quality of sanitation facilities available determine the quality of life of the people and the potential for poverty alleviation”. It will contribute to the wellbeing and productivity of residents of Akure City and its environs with the expected outcomes of: a) Increased coverage and service level of water supply and public sanitation in Akure city and its environs; b) Improved service delivery and commercial viability of Ondo State Water Corporation (ODWC); c) Improved personal hygienic and environmental practices in Akure city and its environs; d) Improved support provided by the FMWR to reform Urban WSS service provision in the States towards meeting the National WASH targets. The project components are (i) Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructure; (ii) Institutional development and capacity building and (iii) Project management.

Project Objectives

The project has the following objectives: (i) Provide sustainable access to safe drinking water and sanitation to the residents of Akure City and environs (which cover Ondo City and satellite towns of Idanre, IgbaraOke, Ilara Mokin, Ibule-Soro and Ipogun); (ii) Establish institutional & organizational arrangements for sustainability of the water and sanitation services; and (iii) Strengthen Federal Government’s capacity to facilitate urban Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) reform and performance improvements across the country.

Beneficiaries

The main project beneficiaries in Akure and environs are the 1.3 million residents (48% female) expected to live in the project area (the current population is 0.7 million) who will benefit from improved water services and sanitary conditions. The beneficiaries will be involved in the project through customer outreach activities and capacity building initiatives.

Participating Organization

Funding
African Development Bank
Extending
Government Of Nigeria

Information

IATI identifier 46002-P-NG-E00-009
Last Update 07 Aug 2020

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Contact Details

Name SIFUMA John
Email j.sifuma@afdb.org

Geographic Location

Country Nigeria