AQUAVIRUNGA Ltd: Private Rural Piped Water Supply Operator

Public-Private Partnership for Rural, Piped Water Supply Operations in Northwestern Rwanda

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Capacity Development in the Rural Water Supply Sector in Rwanda

The project aims to enhance the capacity of the main stakeholders in the rural water supply sector in Rwanda: the local District Authorities and the local Private Operators

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Aquanet

Macedonia (Eastern Europe)

Water Management Partnership dedicated to the South-East Planning Region of Macedonia

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Colombia (South America)

Water Operator Partnership Brabant Water- Aguas del Magdalena and Acuavalle

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Brabant Water

Water Operators Partnership programme MWAUWASA

The aim of the Water Operators Partnership project with MWAUWASA is to arrive at affordable and sustainable (financially and technically sound) water and wastewater services for the Mwanza urban area and to help improve water governance thereby supporting the Tanzanian National Water Policy and working towards achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.

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Dunea

Capacity building in Pontianak, West Kalimantan

Improving performance of production and distribution of drinking water in Pontianak, West Kalimantan through training and consultancy.

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Oasen

Improving water and sanitation services in Addis Ababa and Adama

The Public Private Partnership (PPP) is based on the integrated water chain approach towards water supply safety and water security. This comprehensive approach (from the source to the tap and back) will improve water and sanitation services in Addis Ababa and Adama, and aims to ensure water availability for Ethiopia’s core economic region and improve the quality and sustainability of services.

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Operational efficiency to provide sustainable water services in the Mekong Delta

This public private partnership (PPP) will improve drinking water supply by increasing its availability and reducing climate change effects on the water companies in the Mekong Delta. In addition, it will reduce the water and energy footprint of the water companies and industries and the water supply will be made robust for climate change.

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Capacity Building in Kisumu and Nakuru

This partnership aims to improve the water supply and sanitation services in Nakuru and Kisumu, and strengthen the NAWASCO/Rift Valley Water Services Board (WSB) and KIWASCO/Lake Victoria WSB capacity in sustainable development, operation and maintenance of water and sanitation infrastructure. In addition, Best Practices in Non Revenue Water are up-scaled to 17 peer Water Services Providers.

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Enhancing water services in Mombasa

The overall objective of this Water Operator Partnership is to improve the provision of water and sanitation services to residents of Mombasa and Coast Water Services Board, with a special focus on sustainability of services, customer focus and access for the (peri) urban poor.

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Realizing operational sustainability for Bonaire

Water and Energy Company Bonaire (WEB) is a multi-utility company on Bonaire providing electricity and water to a population of 16.000 inhabitants. In 2013, WEB will also be responsible for collection and treatment for domestic and commercial wastewater. Through this partnership it aims to enhance its operations in drinking water services, and effectively uptake its new wastewater services tasks.

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Long term water availability for industrial consumers in Harar

The Public Private Partnership(PPP) aims to ensure long-term water availability for urban, rural and industrial consumers in Harar State through the development of integrated water resources allocation and conservation, and the build-up of financial and organization capacity of Harar Water Supply and Sewerage Authority(HWSA). In addition, it aims to increase water access to at least 50.000 people.

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Demonstrating and upscaling an innovative sanitation value chain in Nakuru County

The plan aims to demonstrate and implement a commercially viable sanitation value chain, benefiting residents of unsewered (peri-) urban low income areas in Nakuru County. The plan focuses on the increase of hygiene awareness and sanitation coverage, establishing collection and large scale transportation facilities, and controlled production and sales of human excretra.

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Increasing access to sustainable water services in Rwanda

The project will improve the utilisation of the available urban and rural infrastructure by supporting Non Revenue Water (NRW) reduction, enhance chemical and energy efficiency of water production, improve the current levels of water access in peri-urban areas and enhance the capacity of actors in rural water supply in Rwanda.

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Vitens Evides International

Srebrenica: Non Revenue Water project in collaboration with UNDP

In collaboration with UNDP (United Nations Development Program), the office of the United Nations in Srebrenica, we started a Non Revenue Water project with the municipality of Srebrenica and neighboring municipalities Bratunac and Milici.

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Romania: Exchange of knowledge and experience on eight different business matters

Collaboration with the drinking water and wastewater company Apa Canal Galati

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Nicaragua and Honduras: Improving local water activities

A project in collaboration with the waterboard Noorderzijlvest relates to drinking water and wastewater facilities.

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South Africa: Water Operators Partnerships in collaboration with World Waternet

The contribution of our company is focused on operational support in the management of the drinking water treatment plants.

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Waterbedrijf Groningen

Public-private partnership with local water company of Biak (province of Papua)

The objective of the programme is to improve and extend the production and distribution of drinking water in North-Sulawesi, the Moluccas and Papua, East Indonesia, through the development of public-private partnerships with local drinking water companies.

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Public-private partnership with local water company of Manado (province of North Sulawesi)

The objective of the programme is to improve and extend the production and distribution of drinking water in North-Sulawesi, the Moluccas and Papua, East Indonesia, through the development of public-private partnerships with local drinking water companies.

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Public-private partnership with local water company of Merauke (province op Papua)

The objective of the programme is to improve and extend the production and distribution of drinking water in North-Sulawesi, the Moluccas and Papua, East Indonesia, through the development of public-private partnerships with local drinking water companies.The aim is to make the Indonesian water companies fully independent and self-financing wthin fifteen years. The approach focuses on rehabilitation and construction of infrastructure, technical support, the introduction of modern financial and administrative systems and training of staff.

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Public-private partnership with local water company of Sorong (province of Papua)

The objective of the programme is to improve and extend the production and distribution of drinking water in North-Sulawesi, the Moluccas and Papua, East Indonesia, through the development of public-private partnerships with local drinking water companies.

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Public-private partnership with local water company of Ambon (province of Mollucas)

The objective of the programme is to improve and extend the production and distribution of drinking water in North-Sulawesi, the Moluccas and Papua, East Indonesia, through the development of public-private partnerships with local drinking water companies.

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WMD

Egypt: Improving the water quality in waste water treatment in Beheira, HCWW/MWRI

An integrated institutional and organisational strengthening (capacity building) of waste water facilities Beheira, Egypt

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Morocco: Improving waste water treatment and constant water supply

Improving the operation of waste water treatment and advising on the provision of an adequate supply of water throughout the entire year.

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Egypt: Improving the management of waste water and drinking water facilities, BWADC

An integrated institutional and organisational strengthening of water organisation BWADC in the management and maintenance of waste water and drinking water. Beheira, Egypt

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Ethiopia:Sustainable & Integrated Water Resources Management for the Awash River Basin and Sanitation in Addis Abeba

Development and integrated institutional strengthening of a regional water Authority for the Awash River Basin. Development of a strategic plan for a sanitation value chain in Lidetta sub-city (Addis Abeba)

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Mozambique: Institutional strenghtening of sanitary and waste water organisation AIAS and Water and sanitation Operators

Institutional strengthening and increasing the capacity of the public Water Organisation AIAS, responsible for water and sanitation in secondary towns in Mozambique. Improve their capacity in supporting local water operators and involving/attracting private sector development.

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World Waternet

Bonaire

OrganisationProject
Vitens Evides International Realizing operational sustainability for Bonaire
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Bonaire

Bosnia and Herzegovina

OrganisationProject
Waterbedrijf Groningen Srebrenica: Non Revenue Water project in collaboration with UNDP
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Colombia

OrganisationProject
Brabant Water Colombia (South America)
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Colombia
Egypt
Ethiopia
Indonesia
Kenya

Macedonia

OrganisationProject
Brabant Water Macedonia (Eastern Europe)
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Macedonia
Morocco
Mozambique

Nicaragua

OrganisationProject
Waterbedrijf Groningen Nicaragua and Honduras: Improving local water activities
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Nicaragua
Romania
Rwanda

South Africa

OrganisationProject
Waterbedrijf Groningen South Africa: Water Operators Partnerships in collaboration with World Waternet
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South Africa

Tanzania

OrganisationProject
Dunea Water Operators Partnership programme MWAUWASA
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Tanzania
Vietnam
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International Drinking Water Projects

IDWP stands for ‘International Drinking Water Projects’. This website offers an overview of international development cooperation projects undertaken by Dutch water supply companies. Every day, they share their knowledge and expertise with other water supply companies throughout the world to ensure that clean, safe drinking water becomes available to all. They do so on the basis of (corporate) social responsibility, and because they realize that the expertise developed in the Netherlands over the past 150 years is desperately needed elsewhere in the world. The projects also help the companies themselves to develop new knowledge, and they make working in the water sector even more interesting and attractive for their staff, who are able to gain valuable international experience.

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Colombia (South America)

Water Operator Partnership Brabant Water- Aguas del Magdalena and Acuavalle Play

Enhancing water services in Mombasa

The overall objective of this Water Operator Partnership is to improve the provision of water and sanitation services to residents of Mombasa and Coast Water Services Board, with a special focus on sustainability of services, customer focus and access for the (peri) urban poor.

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