Skip to Main Navigation

Ethiopia - Water Supply and Sanitation Project : additional financing (English)

The objective of the Additional Financing for the Water Supply and Sanitation Project for Ethiopia is to increase access to sustainable water supply and sanitation services for rural and urban users through improved capacity of stakeholders in the sector. The additional financing will cover the costs associated with the financing gap in the urban water supply and sanitation component of the project. This is due to: (i) higher than expected per capita costs for piped systems (from $47 per capita at appraisal to US $80 per capita currently), (ii) larger than expected populations in participating towns, (iii) the shifting of US$ 13 million of project funds to the global food crisis project, and (iv) the termination of the government counterpart contribution (US$ 15.98 million) under the project. With increased costs, reduced project funds and without the additional financing, the remaining resources available in the project account for urban water supply and sanitation component can only partially fund construction of water supply facilities in 28 towns (17 small, 5 medium, and 6 large) of the 50 towns originally targeted by the project, with the financial shortfall of US$ 80 million. Out of the US$ 80 million additional financing requested US$22 million will be used to cover the financial gap in the 28 ongoing towns and US$ 58 million will be used to fully finance the remaining 22 towns to meet the original project objective.

Details

  • Document Date

    2010/03/02

  • Document Type

    Project Paper

  • Report Number

    53217

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Ethiopia,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/03/30

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Ethiopia - Water Supply and Sanitation Project : additional financing

  • Keywords

    rural water supply and sanitation program;millennium development goal;water supply and sanitation facility;urban water supply and sanitation;water supply and sanitation service;access to safe drinking water;Rural Water and Sanitation Program;finance and economic;investment in water supply;environmental and social management;rural water supply component;improved water supply;urban water supply system;water supply facilities;per capita cost;autonomous water board;average population size;social and environmental;town water supply;hand dug well;reduction in time;net present value;financial management manual;fund flow arrangements;environmental management activities;financial management training;water supply service;water supply scheme;water quality testing;distribution of water;capacity building process;sustainable water supply;small town development;local service provider;access to water;demand for water;water supply investment;Environmental Management Plan;environmental management capacity;financial management rating;town water board;per capita health;urban component;large town;social screening;project costing;water source;participating community;financing agreement;global food;fiduciary arrangement;Financing plans;pipe system;donor investment;potable water;rural community;clean water;factor inputs;alternative measure;procurement staff;rural area;discount rate;rural resident;minimum wage;urban resident;Sanitation Services;large population;local operator;health facility;investment financing;benefit stream;audit opinion;environmental measure;construction supervision;hygiene practice;commercial term;medical expense;health expenditure;sensitivity analysis;stakeholder consultation;potential investment;performance agreement;independent audit;management criterion;small Works;safe water;planned inventory;microfinance institution;cash contribution;community participation;good sanitation;utility management;credit worthiness;future water;Environmental Assessment;result indicator;construction stage;procurement issue;hygiene behavior;monitoring indicator;federal level;system Accounts;reporting system;transfer channel;government fund;project effectiveness;construction activities;financial statement;disbursement arrangement;cost sharing;full participation;Programmatic Approach;contract price;management letter;outstanding advance;ibrd loans;international competition;consulting service;Consulting services;funds flow;procurement cycle;Procurement Tracking;consultancy service;standard procurement;internal capacity;construction cost;sanitation improvement;baseline survey;water harvesting;deep well;results framework;counterpart contribution;local capacity;effective service;water facility;household use;water sector;sustainable access;special account;poverty trap;external investor;coverage rate;Management Systems;sound management;financing request;improved sanitation;financial gap;community water;credit closing;safeguard policy;local contribution;national survey;Safeguard Policies;exchange rate;ethiopian birr;Exchange Rates;water extraction;improving infrastructure;international capacity;environmental safeguard;environmental training;fetching water;medical expenditure;

Downloads

COMPLETE REPORT

Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc)

  • Official PDF
  • TXT*
  • Total Downloads** :
  • Download Stats
  • *The text version is uncorrected OCR text and is included solely to benefit users with slow connectivity.

Citation

Ethiopia - Water Supply and Sanitation Project : additional financing (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/603581468274492811/Ethiopia-Water-Supply-and-Sanitation-Project-additional-financing