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  • Bill Twyman

Project Update: Mid Term Review of WaterWorX Programme Phase 2




 

An African lady holding two wrenches and fixing a water pump.

Without strong and financially viable utilities that can attract investment and provide climate-resilient services, we will not be able to achieve SDG 6, and further efforts are required to ensure utilities have the requisite technical, financial and human capacities and operate within a favourable enabling environment. Utilities are playing an ever-growing role in water supply and sanitation service provision; however, there are a shortage of interventions dedicated to supporting them to develop the necessary capabilities to fulfil their complex mandate and accelerate progress towards universal access to water supply and sanitation services. 

 

The WaterWorX programme has been running since 2017 and is currently in its second phase. It uses Water Operator Partnerships between Dutch utilities and partner utilities across 15 countries to improve utility processes (e.g., asset management, water production and distribution, commercial operations), strengthen the enabling environment and support utilities to secure funding from third-party funders. Ultimately, it hopes to ensure access to water and sanitation services for an additional 10 million people by 2030. 

Two African men in green overalls and one in a bright yellow shirt standing in front of a waste treatment facility.

 

The WaterWorX programme has been running since 2017 and is currently in its second phase. It uses Water Operator Partnerships between Dutch utilities and partner utilities across 15 countries to improve utility processes (e.g., asset management, water production and distribution, commercial operations), strengthen the enabling environment and support utilities to secure funding from third-party funders. Ultimately, it hopes to ensure access to water and sanitation services for an additional 10 million people by 2030. 

 




Julia (Aguaconsult) and James (National Consultant) posing for a photograph with the Nairobi Water team in an office.




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