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Small Towns Water and Sanitation Electronic Conference



Jan 2020 ; 16 pages
Ed. WEDC - Loughborough
Téléchargeable sous format: PdF (60 ko)
Abstract:
There were lots of examples of small town water supply, interestingly, all from Africa. Ngah Rudolf Foncha [75] prepared an excellent one on the Kumbo Water Authority in Cameroon. Collectively the case examples provided a rich set of experiences from which lessons can be drawn. The conference is indebted to our case contributors: Madeleen Wegelin-Schuringa [76] for the East Kilimanjaru Water Company in Tanzania, Susan Sandoz [80] for water point committees in Niger, Brunp Valfrey [85] on the importance of remittances from migrants on water supply in the Keyes Region of Mali, Cedric Estienne [96] on progress in the establishment of small town water boards in Senegal, Jo Smet [108] on the experience of water supply companies in Morogoro, Tanzania, and Martin Mbonu [100] on the small towns water supply
and sanitation program in Nigeria.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............. 1
INTRODUCTION..................... 2
1. SMALL TOWN WATER AND SANITATION .............. 2
2. WHAT IS A SMALL TOWN ?.................... 3
3. CLASSIFICATION OF MANAGEMENT MODELS..................... 4
Local Management........... 4
Direct Municipal Management.................4
Autonomous Municipal Management.................4
Co-operative Management Association ..............4
Regional or National Management.............................. 5
Regional or National Utility (State Owned or Private) ......5
Private Sector Participation and Professional Support .... 5
Private Sector Participation (Delegated Management)...........5
Professional Support to Community Operators..................5
4. OVERVIEW OF MANAGEMENT MODELS ............ 6
Financial Viability ............... 6
Autonomy ...................6
Financing .................6
Regulation.........7
Cost Effective Design/Works................7
Cost Effective Operation..................7
Service Level.................. 8
Political Support/Conflict ............8
Management Stability................8
Organizational Arrangements ..............8
Flexibility....9
Technical and Private Sector Support.................9
Accountability...........9
Coverage........9
CASE STUDIES............. 10
THE DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY PROGRAMME IN TANZANIA............ 10
THE WATER MANAGEMENT SUPPORT PROGRAM (PAGE) IN SENEGAL................ 11
KUMBU WATER AUTHORITY (KWA) IN CAMEROON..................... 12
KONA WATER POINT COMMITTEE IN NIGER .............. 13
THE FINANCIAL ROLE OF MIGRANTS ASSOCIATIONS IN MALI............. 14

Mots clefs:

accès à l'eau (DT) (OP) , petits centres (DT) (OP)

Pays concernés:

Cameroun (DT) (OP) , Mali (DT) (OP) , Niger (DT) (OP) , Sénégal (DT) (OP) , Tanzanie (DT) (OP)

Editeur/Diffuseur:

WEDC - Water, Engineering and Development Centre - Loughborough - Royaume Uni
    

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