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Structure and Scope of German Support for the Yemeni Water Sector Presented by Eng. Ali Kassim Senior Program Officer KfW Office Sanaa.

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1 Structure and Scope of German Support for the Yemeni Water Sector Presented by Eng. Ali Kassim Senior Program Officer KfW Office Sanaa

2 Sector Organization (1) Stakeholders and sub-sector working groups

3 Sector Organization (2) To be combined with IWRM group working Ad hoc, no standing committee To start December 2006 Under revision Coordination framework

4 Donors active in the sector Sector Organization (3)

5 Sector Organization (4) Yemens Water & Environment Sector

6 Sector Organization (5) MWE Organizational Chart

7 Sector Performance Water Supply and Sanitation Coverage Benchmarks

8 Sector Finance (1) What is needed for NWSSIP targets

9 Sector Finance (2) Donors commitments as per mid 2006 After the new CG meeting pledges, the donors commitments need to be updated

10 German Agencies in the Sector (1) Investments in urban water supply and sanitation projects Investment related consulting services Investment related training and capacity building Socio-economic baseline studies Techno-economic feasibility studies IWRM support Variety of expert services

11 German Agencies in the Sector (2) Sector reform and sector strategy development Organizational development of water sector organizations Decentralization and commercialization of water utilities Integrated water resources management Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit

12 German Agencies in the Sector (3) Capacity building & operational support in the water sector IWRM support Assessment of geo-environmental information GIS / database / remote sensing support Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe

13 German Agencies in the Sector (4) In- and out-of-country management training for water sector institutions Training courses to enhance professional knowledge and methodical competence Facilitation of networking and community of practices

14 German Agencies in the Sector (5) Operational support to water and sanitation utilities Support to planning and supervision On-the-job training DED is considering to increase and broaden its sector support

15 German Agencies in the Sector (6) Integrated institutional support for IWRM Professional guidance for related consulting services Support of water basin committees CIM is considering to increase and broaden its sector support

16 Significance of German Support (1) Der Beitrag der deutschen EZ im Schwerpunkt Wasser (ohne Abfall und ohne Umwelt) in den Jahren 1980 bis 2006 bel ä uft sich per auf insgesamt rund 275 Mio mit nachstehender Aufteilung (EUR Mio): AgencyCommittedAppraisedApprovedSigned Agreements Active Agreements DisbursedAvailable FC – Inv.233,00 218,00217,30123,00144,0089,00 FC – SFD2,30 1,40 0,800,701,60 FC – SEF5,80 Na 3,102,70 TC – GTZ26,38 17,38Na 16,499,89 TC – SEF1,20 Na 0,450,75 TC – CIM0,72 0,240,480,24 TC – DED1,49 Na 1,410,08 TC – BGR2,45 0,751,700,730,97 TC – InWEnt0,69 0,440,010,440,24 Total274,03 249,13Na [1] [1] Unter der Annahme, dass die deutsche EZ fuer (Zusage 2007/2008 sowie h ä lftige Zusage 2009/2010) fuer den Wassersektor insgesamt EUR 47 Mio bereitstellt German financial support to the Yemeni water sector as per (accumulated ) amounts to 275 million (exclused solid waste and environmental engegements); more than 1.2 million people have benefitted directly from German support through improved health conditions

17 Significance of German Engagement (2) [1] In the mid-term sector investment plan , donors have a total share of 57.4% In the as yet undisbursed donor funds, Germany has a share of some 34% Germany has a share of 19% in the total sector investment budget In the urban water supply and sanitation sub-sector, German share in donor funding is 41% and 32% of total sub-sector budget GTZ, CIM, BGR, DED and InWEnt together provide by far the largest capacity development support in the whole water sector In the urban sub-sector, 90% of all Technical Assistance finance is provided by the German side

18 Active German Projects (1) [1] 7 FC-Projects amounting to some 123 million in 9 towns: Extension of sewerage treatment plant in Ibb Water supply, sewerage networks and treatment plant in Saada Sewerage network and treatment plant in Aden Water supply and sanitation in Al Shehr Water supply and sanitation in Jaar and Zinjibar (and potentially in Jiblah) Sewerage network and treatment plants in the Tihama towns of Zabid, Bajil, Bait al-Faqih

19 Active German Projects (2) [1] 5 TC-Programs: TC-GTZ Water Sector Program portfolio with a volume of 13,3 Mio ( ). GTZ supports Yemen in the water sector reform process, and implements specific reform packages DED supports technical vocational training and technical operations of urban water and sanitation utilities CIM supports NWRA in the framework of Integrated ater Resources Management, particularly awareness building BGR supports development and use of geo-environmental information in close cooperation with GTZ and KfW InWent conducts annually 6-8 capacity building measures with Yemeni participants in the framework of the regional program Reform of the Water Sector in the MENA-Region


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