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Where Should the Next Dollar Be Best Spent? : Policy Advice Drawn from the World Bank Zimbabwe Water Sector Investment Analysis

SANITATION TARIFFS WATER QUALITY WATER SUPPLIES WATER SERVICES LOCAL AUTHORITIES USE OF WATER WASTE WATER TREATMENT ACCESS TO WATER DAMS RAINFALL PATTERNS WATER SECTOR INDUSTRY DISCHARGE WATER USAGE WATER QUALITY MONITORING WATER SUPPLY CATCHMENTS AVAILABILITY OF WATER TREATMENT PLANTS URBAN WATER SURFACE WATER CHANNELS ACTIVATED SLUDGE CAPACITY BUILDING SAFE WATER DAM CONSTRUCTION ACCESS TO SAFE WATER PROVISION OF SERVICES TOWNS SALE OF WATER RURAL WATER WATER RESOURCES WATER PUMPING PUBLIC HEALTH QUANTITIES OF WATER WATER STORAGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEMAND ESTIMATES CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AUGMENTATION POPULATION GROWTH RURAL WATER SUPPLY WATER TREATMENT CONSTRUCTION WATER USE WATER RAINFALL FINANCIAL VIABILITY POLLUTION CUBIC METER SERVICE PROVISION POTABLE WATER IRRIGATION WATER IRRIGATION SCHEME SMALL TOWN BOREHOLES SERVICE DELIVERY INVESTMENT DECISIONS CUBIC METER OF WATER WASTEWATER SEWERAGE SYSTEM MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT WASTE WATER LEAD METERING COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE WATER USES CATCHMENT COUNCILS WATER DEMAND URBAN CENTERS WATER POLICY CATCHMENT LEVEL OPEN DEFECATION EFFLUENT CATCHMENT URBAN AREAS WATER AUTHORITY PONDS WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC WORKS QUALITY WATER SANITATION STRATEGY TOWN WATER SOURCES EROSION PUMPING WATER PROJECTS ENGINEERING WATER NEEDS IRRIGATION GROUNDWATER NATIONAL WATER POLICY URBAN WATER SUPPLY CLEAN WATER PUBLIC TRUST INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS RESPONSIBILITY FOR WATER WATER SERVICE IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT OF WATER BASIC WATER SUPPLY WATER INFRASTRUCTURE ABSORPTION CAPACITY RETICULATION PIPELINE PUMP STATIONS SERVICE PROVIDERS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Zimbabwe
2016-04-19T21:44:35Z | 2016-04-19T21:44:35Z | 2014-10

This policy paper records the outcome of a strategic analysis of investment requirements in the water sector in Zimbabwe as of December 2013. The work, entitled Zimbabwe water sector investment analysis, was undertaken in close collaboration with senior officials in Zimbabwe as an exercise in determining where World Bank investments may be most effective in the future, and to assist the government of Zimbabwe to develop its own investment strategies. The analysis was framed around two key questions: (1) what immediate investments are required to ensure that water in sufficient quantity and at adequate quality will be available to underpin recovery? This is in order to ensure that water availability would not constitute a constraint to future growth and development; and (2) where in the water sector should the next dollar be best spent? This paper summarizes the context of the water sector in Zimbabwe at the time of the study and reflects the key elements of policy advice derived from the analysis. It is important to record and recognize the key elements of policy advice provided by the World Bank through the water sector investment analysis.

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