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Zimbabwe - Beitbridge Emergency Water Supply and Sanitation Project : Zimbabwe - Beitbridge Emergency Water Supply and Sanitation Project (Inglês)

Ratings for the Beitbridge Emergency Water Supply and Sanitation Project for Zimbabwe were as follows: outcomes were satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was modest, the Bank performance was satisfactory, and the Borrower performance was also satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: design and implementation of emergency projects in a politically fragile context requires special consideration. The US$2.65 million project funds were utilized effectively and efficiently by focusing on strategic interventions which helped to curtail the cholera epidemic and significantly improve water supply and sanitation service provision through physical and institutional investments. Beitbridge Town Council (BTC) was the Recipient and implementing entity and Zimbabwe National Waters Authority, or ZINWA was designated responsibilities for some activities under component one. ZINWA proved to be a capable and effective partner and managed to cooperate with BTC, but future projects should consider having a separate implementing agreement to support and strengthen their capacity, independence and position within the national mandate. This project also demonstrated that with an appropriate level of implementation support and supervision, local Governments for towns and smaller cities can be effective implementing entities. BTC demonstrated willingness to learn, motivation and improved on the job in their capacity to implement the activities.




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