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Summary Note on Technical Assistance Provided in Support of the Greater Harare Water and Sanitation Strategic Plan

SERVICE STANDARDS WATER SERVICES COLLECTION EFFICIENCY LOCAL AUTHORITIES SERVICE STANDARDS WATER REVENUES WATER RESOURCES OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE WATER SECTOR WATER METERS URBAN WATER PUMP STATION SEWERAGE SERVICES PROVISION OF SERVICES WASTEWATER SERVICES TOWNS WATER SUPPLY SERVICES PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKS WATER CONSUMPTION CASH FLOWS SANITATION SERVICES OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE MUNICIPALITIES WATER SYSTEM SEWERAGE INFRASTRUCTURE SEWERAGE SERVICE WATER REVENUES URBAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS TOWN COUNCIL RESPONSIBILITY FOR WATER BULK SUPPLY RAW WATER PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS INVESTMENT DECISIONS SERVICE DELIVERY SUSTAINABLE SERVICES WASTEWATER COLLECTION MAIN WATER SOURCES INVESTMENT DECISIONS PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS METER READINGS WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS SEWAGE TREATMENT SEWERAGE SYSTEM OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES PUBLIC UTILITY WASTEWATER SERVICES WATER SERVICE PROVIDERS WASTEWATER SYSTEMS WATER SERVICE SANITATION INVESTMENT WASTEWATER SERVICES SERVICE PROVIDERS POTABLE WATER COLLECTION EFFICIENCY WATER POLICY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT GROUND WATER TOWN COUNCILS GRANT FINANCING WATER SUPPLIES RAW SEWAGE PUMPING STATIONS APPRAISAL OF WATER SANITATION STRATEGY TOWN COUNCIL PUMPING STATIONS OPERATIONAL EXPENSES WATER SYSTEM WASTEWATER TREATMENT WATER SUPPLY SITUATION GROUND WATER WATER SERVICES HOUSEHOLDS OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY URBAN WATER SUPPLY INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS SEWERAGE NETWORK RESPONSIBILITY FOR WATER WATER SERVICE PROVIDERS WASTEWATER COLLECTION BASIC WATER SUPPLY URBAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WATER SOURCES SEWERAGE SYSTEM SEWERAGE SYSTEM WATER PRODUCTION WATER SOURCES WATER DISTRIBUTION PIPELINE RAW WATER CASH FLOW SANITATION SERVICES METER READINGS SANITATION FACILITIES SALE OF WATER WATER QUALITY WATER SUPPLIES PROVISION OF WATER WATER SUPPLIES WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY LOCAL AUTHORITIES WATER DEMAND PERFORMANCE BENCHMARKS WATER SUPPLY SERVICE SEWERAGE NETWORK SERVICE PROVIDER OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS BULK SUPPLY WATER SUPPLY WATER RESOURCE URBAN WATER FINANCIAL VIABILITY SALE OF WATER URBAN AREA WATER RESOURCES MAINTENANCE COSTS MAINTENANCE COSTS LOCAL STAKEHOLDERS WASTEWATER TREATMENT WATER DISTRIBUTION WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS COST RECOVERY POPULATION GROWTH COST RECOVERY WATER WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT RAW WATER FINANCIAL VIABILITY SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE PROVISION POTABLE WATER WATER SUPPLY SITUATION WATER SECTOR WATER SALES MAIN WATER SOURCES WATER POLICY SEWER NETWORKS WATER SERVICE WATER SUPPLY SINGLE SERVICE PROVIDER WATER SALES METER READING URBAN WATER SUPPLY URBAN WATER SUPPLY WATER POLICY PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS LEAST COST SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS PROVISION OF WATER UTILITIES SEWERAGE COMPANY WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM WATER DEMAND CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS PUMP STATION INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS URBAN AREAS WATER PRODUCTION SANITATION FACILITIES INVESTMENT FINANCING URBAN AREA POPULATION GROWTH LOCAL STAKEHOLDERS TOWN PROVISION OF SERVICES WATER SOURCES BASIC WATER SUPPLY OPERATIONAL EXPENSES SEWAGE TREATMENT WATER METERS SANITATION SERVICES DRINKING WATER GRANT FINANCING INVESTMENT FINANCING SERVICE DELIVERY LOCAL AUTHORITIES SEWERAGE SERVICE WATER SUPPLY MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES COLLECTION EFFICIENCY WATER SERVICE WATER CONSUMPTION SANITATION INVESTMENT APPRAISAL OF WATER INVESTMENT COSTS COST RECOVERY RAW SEWAGE LOCAL OWNERSHIP SERVICE PROVIDERS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Zimbabwe
2016-08-04T14:50:03Z | 2016-08-04T14:50:03Z | 2015-01

The severe conditions in Zimbabwe, which reached a nadir in 2008 and 2009, led to a collapse of basic systems including the reliability and safety of water supply and sanitation services, leading to an outbreak of cholera with more than 4,000 deaths and over 90,000 people infected. The World Bank provided Technical Assistance (TA) to the City of Harare to improve water and sanitation services in the period October 2012 to June 2014 to the value of approximately 600,000 US dollars. This Summary Note summarizes the key elements of the work undertaken and makes a set of recommendations to the City of Harare, the adjacent local authorities of Chitungwiza, Epworth, Norton and Ruwa, and Government of Zimbabwe to inform a strategic plan to improve water and Sanitation services in the greater Harare area. This Summary Note also sets out the context at the commencement of the TA, summarizes the work undertaken in the TA and the outcomes from this work, and makes recommendations for the way forward.

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