The overall objective of the WOP is to improve and extend the quality of service to AUWSA consumers, including increased access to water services and improved water quality (fluoride removal).
The anticipated long-term impact are improved health and socio-economic development potential for existing and new consumers - with emphasis on Low Income Area residents. The specific objective of the WOP is to improve the operational effectiveness and efficiency of water distribution and sales (Outcome) through on-the-job training in the development/implementation of a NRW Reduction Plan and Water Distribution Programme (key Outputs).
Through the WOP, AUWSA seeks to strengthen the organizational and staff capacity to operate and maintain existing and newly developed infrastructure under the AfDB project. The WOP is supporting AUWSA to become a data-driven utilty through the introduction of innovations like online GIS, live leakage monitoring and maintenance software.
For more information please contact:
Jan-Kees de Visser, Resident Expert in Arusha
Reinder van den Brink, Resident Project Manager in Tanzania