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May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 1 An Overview of DNA-WSP Partnership Mozambique By Eng. Julião Alferes The National Director of Water Affairs Ministry of.

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1 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 1 An Overview of DNA-WSP Partnership Mozambique By Eng. Julião Alferes The National Director of Water Affairs Ministry of Public Works and Housing WSP-Africa Regional Advisory Committee Meeting

2 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 2 Outline Water Sector Institutions in Mozambique Water Sector Institutions in Mozambique Current Status of Water Supply and Sanitation Current Status of Water Supply and Sanitation The MDG Perspective The MDG Perspective DNA-WSP Alliance DNA-WSP Alliance Ongoing initiatives Priority areas of WSP intervention for FY07 WSP-Africa Regional Advisory Committee Meeting

3 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 3 Ministry of Public Works and Housing Council of Ministers National Water Council National Directorate for Water Affairs Department for Urban Water Supply Department for Water Resources Management Department for Rural Water Supply Sanitation Department Human Resources Department Department for Administration and Finance Planning Department Department for International Rivers Department for Hydraulics Regional Administration of Water Provincial Governors Provincial Directorates Water and Sanitation Departments Water Regulatory Council Urban Water Investments Holder Districts Water Sector Institutions in Mozambique

4 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 4 Overall Access to WSS According to National Water Policy: According to National Water Policy: Access to water is broadly defined as the availability of a minimum of 20 liters/person/day from a protected source for 500 people within 500 meters of their dwelling. Access to water is broadly defined as the availability of a minimum of 20 liters/person/day from a protected source for 500 people within 500 meters of their dwelling. Access to improved sanitation facilities refers to at least adequate excreta disposal facilities (private or shared, but not public) that can effectively prevent human, animal, and insect contact with excreta. Access to improved sanitation facilities refers to at least adequate excreta disposal facilities (private or shared, but not public) that can effectively prevent human, animal, and insect contact with excreta. WSP-Africa Regional Advisory Committee Meeting Current Status of Water Supply and Sanitation

5 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 5 Current Status of WSS – Rural Coverage Figures Sanitation Water

6 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 6 Current Status of WSS – Urban Coverage Figures Country: Water Supply % Sanitation – 40.1% Sanitation Water

7 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 7 WSP-Africa Regional Advisory Committee Meeting The MDG Perspective - Targets RuralUrbanCountry Service%Pop.(Millions)%Pop.(Millions)% Pop. (Millions) Water Supply Sanitation Source: PRSP II

8 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 8 Is Mozambique on track to reach the MDGs? Preliminary studies suggest that a substantial increase in implementation rates are required for meeting both the water supply and sanitation targets. Preliminary studies suggest that a substantial increase in implementation rates are required for meeting both the water supply and sanitation targets. Preliminary calculations estimate that significant increases in investment will be needed to meet the rural water targets, while a smaller increase will be needed to meet the urban water targets. Sanitation needs are not yet fully assessed. Preliminary calculations estimate that significant increases in investment will be needed to meet the rural water targets, while a smaller increase will be needed to meet the urban water targets. Sanitation needs are not yet fully assessed. The MDG Perspective

9 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 9 Positive aspects Institutional leader clearly defined Institutional leader clearly defined Clear definition of GoM objectives Clear definition of GoM objectives Existence of sound principles guiding the sector Existence of sound principles guiding the sector Stakeholders consultation process is improving Stakeholders consultation process is improving Community involvement in WSS service provision is increasing Community involvement in WSS service provision is increasing Willingness to pay among users has improved Willingness to pay among users has improved New sector dynamics related to district-level decentralization New sector dynamics related to district-level decentralization The MDG Perspective

10 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 10 Main issues to be addressed Implementation capacity at all levels and amongst different actors Implementation capacity at all levels and amongst different actors Sector Information and Management System Sector Information and Management System Donor harmonization and sector wide-planning Donor harmonization and sector wide-planning New sector dynamics moved by the decentralization process to districts New sector dynamics moved by the decentralization process to districts Improve sustainability for service delivery Improve sustainability for service delivery The MDG Perspective

11 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 11 Supporting Decentralized Service Delivery (EWDAF/MOZ/53) Supporting Decentralized Service Delivery (EWDAF/MOZ/53) – Assessment of national private sector drilling capacity for rural water supply – Learning partnership WSP-CARE to draw lessons learned in a RWSS project in two provinces Building Capacity to Reach the MDGs (EWDAF/MOZ/54) Building Capacity to Reach the MDGs (EWDAF/MOZ/54) – MDG strategy and action plan (Roadmap) – Sector finance study Networking and Communication (EWDAF/MOZ/55) Networking and Communication (EWDAF/MOZ/55) – Joint Review Process Support WSP-Africa Regional Advisory Committee Meeting DNA-WSP Alliance - Current Projects

12 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 12 Supporting Decentralized Service Delivery Supporting Decentralized Service Delivery – Capacity building and technical assistance with private sector drillers – Provincial implementation capacity strengthening Building Capacity to Reach the MDGs (Cont.) Building Capacity to Reach the MDGs (Cont.) – MDG strategy and action plan (Roadmap) – Sector finance study, Phase I Networking and Communication (Cont.) Networking and Communication (Cont.) – Sector discussion series – Joint Review Secretariat Sector Information Management System Sector Information Management System WSP-Africa Regional Advisory Committee Meeting DNA-WSP Alliance - Proposed FY07 Work plan DNA-WSP Alliance - Proposed FY07 Work plan

13 May 26, 2006DNA – Mozambique 13 OBRIGADO! OBRIGADO! ASANTE! ASANTE! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!


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