|Approval Date||07 Oct 2013|
|Signature Date||22 Jan 2014|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Dec 2019|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Sep 2019|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|Sector||Water Supply & Sanitation|
|DAC Sector Code||14010|
The proposed Project is a continuation of the Phase 1 UWSSRP. While Phase 1 focuses more on restoring water and wastewater treatment capacity, phase 2 complements Phase 1 by giving greater emphasis on improving both the water and sewerage network performance, strengthening commercial aspects and enhancing service delivery efficiency. The project is part of the Government priority investment area under the MTP 2011-2015. It is to be implemented as a stand-alone project in two stages. The first stage of the Project will comprise of preparation of technical and tender document for all four towns and implementation of activities for Harare. The second stage will be the implementation of the activities for Chitungwiza, Ruwa and Redcliff. The staging was necessitated to cater for the ongoing resource mobilization which will continue after the approval of the project. It will be implemented over a period of 36 months with a total cost estimated at USD 35.99 (UA 24.01) million.
The Project will contribute to the health and social wellbeing of the population through improved provision of water and sanitation services. The specific objectives of the Project are therefore to: (i) protect public health through the provision of safe water and disposal of human waste, (ii) preserve water and sanitation physical assets, (iii) resuscitate capacity for improving water and sanitation services provision, and (iv) improve financial sustainability of water and sanitation services delivery in the urban areas of Harare, Chitungwiza, Ruwa and Redcliff.
The Project is expected to benefit nearly 1.9 million people residing in the four urban areas of Harare, Chitungwiza, Ruwa and Redcliff through an increase in the proportion of the population with improved access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation, as well as improved hygiene.
Zimbabwe Multi-donor Trust Fund
GOVERNMENT OF ZIMBABWE MINISTRY OF FINANCE & ECON DEVELOPMENT
|Last Update||31 Oct 2019|
|Name||ALEOBUA Boniface Osimua Yakubu|