Under the joint initiative of Georgia’s Ministry of Finance and the French Agency for Development (AFD), a Hydroconseil team, consisting of a hydraulics expert, an economist, a wastewater treatment plant expert and a socio-economic survey expert, will undertake a 4-month assignment to conduct a validation study of the Khashuri water supply and sanitation systems improvement project.
This European Union-funded study reflects the willingness of the Ministry of Water and Sanitation to improve sector performance.
Building on the success of the National Rural Sanitation Strategy, UNICEF has decided to conduct a similar project for urban sanitation.
Lately the security situation in the Lake Chad area has been seriously hampering its development.
In 2015, UNICEF launched an action-research project to test whether delegating management to the private sector, when combined with monitoring and accountability, can guarantee sustainable access to good quality water in rural areas with low to medium population density.
UNICEF has been implementing a range of projects to increase access to water and sanitation in 67 local authorities in Nigeria (with funding from the UK development agency, the European Union, UNICEF and the Nigerian government).
A workshop setting out the different governance models for decentralized water points was held last Thursday.
The WASH Consortium (via the NGO Concern) has appointed HYDROCONSEIL to provide support and capacity building to local stakeholders. The aim is to improve the operation of WASH facilities in rural areas as part of efforts to implement the new water law and ongoing decentralization process.
As part of a French Agency for Development-funded project to improve access to water and sanitation and improve sector governance HYDROCONSEIL, in partnership with URBACONSULTING, is carrying out a study to assess and structure the pit sludge sector in N'Djamena, Chad.
HYDROCONSEIL facilitated a workshop in Niamey on 21 September 2017 to present the findings of the sustainability assessment we conducted on the UNCEF-funded Accelerating Access to Water and Sanitation for All (ASWA) program led by the Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation.