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Angola - Second Water Sector Institutional Development Project (English)

The objective of the Second Water Sector Institutional Development Project for Angola is to strengthen the institutional capacity of selected water sector agencies and increase water service coverage in target cities. There are four components to the project, the first component being water supply institutional strengthening and capacity development. This component aims to strengthen the institutional framework for the water and sanitation sector and build capacity at the Borrower's water and sanitation agencies at both national and provincial levels, through the provision of technical assistance and operational support for the strengthening of PWSUs' management capacities and customer services, including the provision of performance payments based on the achievement of key performance targets. The second component is the water resources management. This component aims to support the strengthening of the institutional framework for water resource management through the provision of support for the design and implementation of an information management system for INRH, including specifications of hardware and software needed. The third component is the rehabilitation and expansion of water supply production and distribution. This component is to support the PWSUs in the development of priority infrastructure to expand system capacity, to increase service coverage and quality, and to improve the operating efficiency of the production and distribution systems in target cities through the rehabilitation and expansion of production facilities, including: (i) the carrying out of civil and electro-mechanical works to improve water production in target cities required to support expanding service coverage; (ii) expansion and refurbishment of well fields and intake facilities, as well as expansion and refurbishment of water treatment facilities; and (iii) construction of clear-water storage tanks and the rehabilitation and expansion of transmission infrastructure, including new pipelines, pump stations, telemetry/SCADA, and associated fittings. Finally, the fourth component is the management and engineering support. This component provides goods, operational costs, engineering support, training and technical assistance for Project management, technical oversight, financial management, monitoring and evaluation, implementation of social and environmental safeguards, as well as other investments in the water sector, including: (a) the carrying out of engineering and other technical studies; (b) the design and supervision of works and performance contracts; (c) support for community consultation and communication activities; and (d) the update of sanitation master plans in the capital cities of eight provinces, including stakeholder consultative processes.


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Angola - Second Water Sector Institutional Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.