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I. WP - Water Programme (BMZ funded) Phase I: Oct 06 - Sept 09 Phase II: Oct 09 - March 11 Phase III: Apr 11 - March 14...
German-Jordanian Water Sector Strategy 2011-2015 The Jordanian Water Strategy is being implemented with focus on economic ...
I.    WP - Water Programme Seven Areas of Competence (AOC)-Phase 31. ASIS     Advisory Support for the Implementation of t...
ASIS - Advisory Support for the Implementationof the Water StrategyCounterpart: H.E. Basem TelfahGoal: Improve MWIs perfor...
MWI Vision            MWI Mission            MWI OutputsEffective                 Efficient                               ...
Achieved Outputs    Planned Outputs                  Impacts     1st half of 2012    2nd half of 2012       InCOOR   MWI’s...
Achieved Outputs    Planned Outputs                     Impacts     1st half of 2012    2nd half of 2012        MWI Strate...
Achieved Outputs      Planned Outputs                      Impacts 1st half of 2012      2nd half of 2012  National Agenda...
2. BCC - Behavioural Change Communication Partnerorganisations:   JOHUD, MWI, WAJ GIZ Responsible:        Asmaa Jarrar Jor...
Achievements by end Phase III:Water Wise Women Initiative (WWWI):•   A Network of Water Wise Women (WWW) consisting of at ...
Who are the WWW?•   Active female volunteers who are coming to the JOHUD-Centers to participate in    community work.Why f...
Looking forward: Focus on networking WWW groups•   Further supporting the links between WWW groups and the respective wate...
3. DIM - Data- and Information Management Partner organization:   Ministry of Water and Irrigation GIZ responsibles:      ...
Data & Information Management - Achievements     National Water Master Plan  •   13 surface water models using WEAP  •   ...
Data & Information Management – Next steps    National Water Master Plan •   Connecting the 13 surface models to an compr...
Management of Groundwater inthe Highlands (MGH)• Counterparts:  Eng. Ali Subah (MWI), Dr. Khair Hadidi (WAJ)• Main activit...
 Illegal acquisition of lands (grabbing);  agriculture being the cheapest proof of  long-term investment Poor law enforc...
Achievements• 75% of HWF Action Plan complete• The Highland Water Financing Structure establishment was started in  cooper...
Implementation status for 2012                                        08/2012                                             ...
5. UMW - Use of Marginal WaterPartner organisations: MWI, JVA, MoA, MoH, MoE,                      NCARE, JFDA, RSSGIZ res...
AchievementsAt Technical Level:• Support the JVA orientation in expanding the treated wastewater use in irrigation through...
AchievementsAt Institutional Level:• Development of state crop monitoring programme with JFDA through which 300-400  sampl...
Indicator for phase III  The quality of crops produced on lands irrigated with treated wastewater in the Jordan Valley is ...
6. WUA - Water Users AssociationsPartner organizations: JVA, JCCGIZ Responsible:      Ali Al AdwanJordanian Responsible: Q...
Achievements by end of phase II•   Drafting the WUAs bylaw and the federation statute•   Farmers participation    76% of i...
Achievements and results as per July 2012•   A more efficient and decentralized water distribution,•   A WUA tech staff ma...
Indicators Phase III •   Conveyance losses (administrative, water theft, technical losses) of irrigation water     distrib...
7. OMS - Operations and Management Support        to WAJ - Middle Governorates  GIZ responsible:         Dieter Rothenberg...
Objective and AchievementsObjective/indicator Phase III    Operations cost recovery in the Middle Governorates (Zarqa, Mad...
Planned Milestones by Autumn/,End 2012:                                                        OMS- Operations and Managem...
II. DPP – Development Partnerships with the                  Private SectorGIZ responsible:         Dieter Rothenberger, E...
Objective    Support the objective of the Water Programme: Sustainable Management of Water Resources    (effective utiliti...
DPP – Development Partnerships with the Private Sector                                           OutlookCurrent/new Projec...
The Greywater (GW)         A bathroom in the        Comparison1 : Water      Comparison2 : DrinkingTreatment Plant from   ...
III. Improved Water Resources Security/Availability     for Poor Rural and Urban Communities (WRAP)The programme is funded...
The programme in a nutshellName :              Improved water resources security in low income rural and urban            ...
Components Objectives and IndicatorsComponent   Objective                      Indicator1           Enhancing piped water ...
GIZ Responsibility: Component 1Objective :Enhancing piped water supplies in selected low income areas (combinationof impro...
GIZ Responsibility :Component 2Objective :Developing tools (sophisticated decision support tools) and methodology(particip...
Herausgeber:Deutsche Gesellschaft fürInternationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbHP.O. Box 92 62 38Amman 11190, JordanT +962 6 ...
Thank you for your attention                 26.02.11               26.02.11     Seite                              Page
II. IEE - Improvement of Energy Efficiency                of WAJ in the MGsThe IEE is funded by the German Ministry for th...
IEE – Improvement of Energy Efficiency of WAJ                                 Objective and AchievementsObjective    Reduc...
IEE – Improvement of Energy Efficiency of WAJPlanned Milestones by Summer 2012•   New energy audit contract finalised•   E...
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  • The Highland Water forum is a multi-stakeholder platform for exchange that aims at sustainable management of groundwater in the Highlands.
  • - Action Plan is in place, all except one final area of intervention.- TORs are ready. The financing agreement is pending the approval of MOPIC and Ministry of Finance.
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    1. 1. 26.02.11 Seite Page
    2. 2. I. WP - Water Programme (BMZ funded) Phase I: Oct 06 - Sept 09 Phase II: Oct 09 - March 11 Phase III: Apr 11 - March 14II. DPP Projects (BMZ and BMU funded)III. Improved Water Resources Security/Availability for Poor Rural and Urban Communities (WRAP) 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite Page
    3. 3. German-Jordanian Water Sector Strategy 2011-2015 The Jordanian Water Strategy is being implemented with focus on economic efficiency, ecological sustainability and social justice while fostering a regional dialogue. Output Indicator 1: Socially balanced water tariffs reflect the true costs of water. Output Indicator 2: The long-term interests of all stakeholders are considered and balanced during the planning and management of water resources. Output Indicator 3: Best Practices of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) from the region are shared. 26.02.11 Seite Page
    4. 4. I. WP - Water Programme Seven Areas of Competence (AOC)-Phase 31. ASIS Advisory Support for the Implementation of the Jordanian Water Strategy2. BCC Behavioural Change Communication3. DIM Data and Information Management4. MGH Sustainable Management of Groundwater in the Highlands5. UMW Use of Marginal Water6. WUA Water User Associations in the Jordan Valley7. OMS Efficient Water and Wastewater Utilities 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite Page
    5. 5. ASIS - Advisory Support for the Implementationof the Water StrategyCounterpart: H.E. Basem TelfahGoal: Improve MWIs performance to ensure sustainablewater resources management through the strengthening ofits structures and procedures (via KAA).Indicator Phase III:MWI has endorsed an internal performance enhancementconcept, which explicitly addresses gender issues andincludes a human resources concept. 09.10.201 26.02.11 Seite Page
    6. 6. MWI Vision MWI Mission MWI OutputsEffective Efficient 26.02.11 Seite Page
    7. 7. Achieved Outputs Planned Outputs Impacts 1st half of 2012 2nd half of 2012 InCOOR MWI’s KAA Action Institutional Results-orientationD Plan Development and Quality management integrated intoI Excellence MWI workN Directorate/UnitATIO KAA Awareness KAA Better understanding of the importanceN Workshop communication of institutional development and staff’s material role in implementing it. 26.02.11 Seite Page
    8. 8. Achieved Outputs Planned Outputs Impacts 1st half of 2012 2nd half of 2012 MWI Strategic Strategic Plans at More focused and results-oriented Planning Directorate level workL incl. handbook Better inclusion of MWI staff in goalE definition and achievement Monitoring & Clearer mandates, roles andA Evaluation system responsibilitiesD Supports restructuring effortsE Gender Gender strategy More gender awarenessR assessment and ToR as well as Awareness of having to motivate andS and capacity building use full potential of work forceH recommendations for gender focalI person/unitP MWI Restructuring Strategic Plans at Strengthened and more adapted Plan Directorate level structure to MWI mandate (process, leadership) 26.02.11 Seite Page
    9. 9. Achieved Outputs Planned Outputs Impacts 1st half of 2012 2nd half of 2012 National Agenda Strategies of MWI,  Updated National Agenda reflecting the (Water Sector) MOA & MOEn are water sector status until year 2010 Update aligned  Key Performance Indicators outlook for the year 2025 Completion of PIS is operational More efficient project on time Software and populated with monitoring Development for project data Overall unified water sector projectProject Information monitoring and reporting System (PIS) 26.02.11 Seite Page
    10. 10. 2. BCC - Behavioural Change Communication Partnerorganisations: JOHUD, MWI, WAJ GIZ Responsible: Asmaa Jarrar Jordanian Responsibles: Basem Shamoun (JOHUD), Nisreen Haddadin and Rawan Abu Abbas (MWI), Haneen Qablan (WAJ) 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite
    11. 11. Achievements by end Phase III:Water Wise Women Initiative (WWWI):• A Network of Water Wise Women (WWW) consisting of at least 7 community development centers is established and queries raised by the WWW are addressed by water institutions (2010: No relevant activities; 2014: Formal MWI, WAJ statements).Other awareness activities:• Advanced training on “Plumbing Skills” is conducted for Jordanian women in selected communities. 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite
    12. 12. Who are the WWW?• Active female volunteers who are coming to the JOHUD-Centers to participate in community work.Why focusing on women?• Women are the decision makers for water management at household level.• Women are the end-users of the scarce water resources; hence their interaction to save/protect water is crucial for MWI and WAJ and in line with the national water strategy.• Women are responsible for raising and educating the next generations.How is the WWWI working?According to the “snow-ball-effect”:• 5 trainers• 135 WWW• 2,700 Housewives• 13,500 outreach into families and communities 26.02.11 Seite
    13. 13. Looking forward: Focus on networking WWW groups• Further supporting the links between WWW groups and the respective water providers in their communities (e.g. printing an extract of WAJ guide focusing on topics relevant for WWW to be distributed by WWW in their communities to enhance the relation between WWW groups and water providers).• Forming a WWW Forum, consisting of respectively 2 elected women from each location, representing their WWW groups and communities.• Further supporting the links between WWW groups and the official decision makers at the MWI (e.g. regular meetings of WWW Forum with SG MWI, participation in events prepared by MWI and WAJ.Other awareness activities planned in the second half of 2012:• Training of women on “Advanced Plumbing Skills” in Sep/Oct 2012 in cooperation with Vocational Training Corporation (VTC) as a first step to encourage women to enter in this business and register at VTC to become certified female plumber. 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite
    14. 14. 3. DIM - Data- and Information Management Partner organization: Ministry of Water and Irrigation GIZ responsibles: Johannes Stork, Hussein Hamdan Jordanian responsible: Ali Subah 26.02.11 Seite Page
    15. 15. Data & Information Management - Achievements  National Water Master Plan • 13 surface water models using WEAP • Azraq basin model is linked with a groundwater model • Technical training workshops in partnership with ACSAD-BGR & USAID/UNESCO • Joint training events & information exchange with Palestine Water Authority • Water balance for 2010  Decision and Information Support Centre (DISC) • Structure has been agreed and completed • System is set up and used • Core staff trained in its use  Telemetry • Training for technical and management staff completed • 74 telemetry station are operational • TeWaRON III tender successfully completed for 30 stations (installation this year) 26.02.11 Seite Page
    16. 16. Data & Information Management – Next steps  National Water Master Plan • Connecting the 13 surface models to an comprehensive countrywide WEAP model for water allocation across the entire country • Determining current and planned water transfer capacities for all governorates • Development of an aquifer vulnerability mapping • Introducing “framework scenarios”, including weather variabilities (MWI) • Introducing cost-benefit analysis within the country model • On-going staff training and partnership development (user network) • Updating DISC  Delegated activity (EU) • Development of detailed WEAP-MODFLOW model for Yarmouk River Basin: data collection and training of stakeholders  Telemetry • Continuation of telemetry DPP (development private partnership) • Supporting KfW project (main focus on improving of the existing monitoring network, the data outputs) • Advise & support MWI in preparing TeWaRON (if needed) • Support MWI in telemetry stations being developed through other projects (e.g French, EXACT) 26.02.11 Seite Page
    17. 17. Management of Groundwater inthe Highlands (MGH)• Counterparts: Eng. Ali Subah (MWI), Dr. Khair Hadidi (WAJ)• Main activity: the Highland Water Forum• Other activities: advise and support MWI on groundwater management in the Highlands• Indicator : The roadmap of the Highland Water Forum to reduce groundwater abstraction in the Azraq Basin has been endorsed and first activities are being implemented (2014: Official MWI, WAJ reports) 26.02.11 Seite Page
    18. 18.  Illegal acquisition of lands (grabbing); agriculture being the cheapest proof of long-term investment Poor law enforcement and inequity of implementation Low water tariffs do not really incentivise users to conserve water Parallel implementation Multi- stakeholder dialogue Joint Action financing Plan structure  Sustainable management of groundwater  Improved trust between the public and the water-governing authorities  Synchronize and channel donor funds towards the aims of the joint interests of the MWI as well as the local societies 26.02.11 Seite Page
    19. 19. Achievements• 75% of HWF Action Plan complete• The Highland Water Financing Structure establishment was started in cooperation with AFD• Consolidate donor efforts toward implementation of several activities in the field: – Re-enforce monitoring of groundwater in Azraq AWSA well fields (AFD) – UNDP competition for water-friendly projects in Azraq & North Badia – GIZ Climate Change Adaptation Programme will finance two projects – EU allocated fund as call for alternative businesses• A concept for stakeholder engagement (esp. farmers) with water-governing authorities, which resonates with local and donor communities is in place – EU-Yarmouk River Basin committee – World Bank Institute proposed a concept for JV WUA engagement• Re-instate trust between MWI and public through HWF 26.02.11 Seite Page
    20. 20. Implementation status for 2012 08/2012 09/2012 2010-2012 03/2012 09/2012 EU-funded 09/2012 UNDP GIZAction Plan project AFD financing Programme competition AFD financing Climate ChangeRecommendation for “Improved Water Re-enforce Adaptation paper on GW Resources Financing monitoring of control laws and Water-friendly Security for Low structure of 1. Recharge regulations. GW in Azraq projects in Income Rural and the Highland structures Azraq & North Urban AWSA well Water ForumAction plan is in Badia Communities” field 2. Solar farming place by end of with DIM AOC in Azraq Basin €75,000 2012. $100,000 €270,000 €400,000 $150,000 Next steps (2012-2014): • Finalise the HWF Action Plan for Azraq and plan stakeholder engagement beyond 2012 • Support MWI in acquiring and implementing projects/ initiatives deriving from the action plan through the Financing Structure • Support MWI and WAJ in water-user engagement in the different water basin areas • Support EU in implementing the “Improved Water Resources Security for Low Income Rural and Urban Communities”, based on GIZ methodology in Azraq • Institutionalise the HWF (working groups Azraq & Yarmouk) (AFD-ISSP-ASIS AOC) 26.02.11 Seite Page
    21. 21. 5. UMW - Use of Marginal WaterPartner organisations: MWI, JVA, MoA, MoH, MoE, NCARE, JFDA, RSSGIZ responsible: Ahmad SobhJordanian responsible: Husam Eddin Alidi (JVA) 26.02.11 Seite
    22. 22. AchievementsAt Technical Level:• Support the JVA orientation in expanding the treated wastewater use in irrigation through raising the technical capacities of the JV farmers on safe and efficient use of treated wastewater in order to maximize the benefits , minimize the negative impact and to change their perception of treated wastewater. So far more than 1000 farmers in the middle JV are trained.• Development of training modules for farmers and extension workers.• Development of software for calculating crop water requirements to raise the on-farm irrigation efficiency.• Establishing a new service in collaboration with JVA lab directorates, which aims to provide farmers with periodic (monthly) information on irrigation water quality.• Development of a comprehensive study on the crop water requirements for the main crops in the JV. The study identifies accurate figures about these requirements, under the JV conditions, which had long been missing.• Development of a practical manual on-farm risks management for the risks associated with treated wastewater at farm level to ensure sustainable use of treated wastewater. 26.02.11 Seite
    23. 23. AchievementsAt Institutional Level:• Development of state crop monitoring programme with JFDA through which 300-400 samples are tested each year to detect levels of microbes , nitrates and heavy metals . Samples are taken directly from the farms in JV and also from the whole sale market . Results are very encouraging.• Development of a comprehensive national risk monitoring and management plan for safe use of treated wastewater in line with 2006 WHO guidelines. The management plan is now already printed after was reviewed by an external international expertAt Legal Level:• Participation in collaboration with JISM and other stakeholders in updating greywater guidelines to include both rural and urban areas 26.02.11 Seite
    24. 24. Indicator for phase III The quality of crops produced on lands irrigated with treated wastewater in the Jordan Valley is according to JFDA guidelines which are in line with WHO guidelines.Major Activities for 2012 Milestone by 2012 Milestone by 2014Operationalization of risk The plan is officially Risk management planmanagement plan launched is in place and implemented by partnersInstitutionalization of crop Standardization of Crop monitoringmonitoring programme within crop monitoring programme is up- scaledJFDA programme to include all areas in JVGoing on transferring knowledge Transfer the - Farmers in north andand needed know-how with regard knowledge is middle JV are trainedto TWW to farmers, extension continued - Extension workersworkers and other possible target acquired all knowledgegroup (women of local - Awareness of the localcommunities) communities is raisedDevelopment of draft standard for Standardization Irrigation water qualityirrigation water discussion by JISM is standard is developed started 26.02.11 Seite
    25. 25. 6. WUA - Water Users AssociationsPartner organizations: JVA, JCCGIZ Responsible: Ali Al AdwanJordanian Responsible: Qais Owais 26.02.11 Seite
    26. 26. Achievements by end of phase II• Drafting the WUAs bylaw and the federation statute• Farmers participation 76% of irrigated areas• Transfer agreements increased from 5 to 12• International links: info trip to Spain + papers in Int - conferences.• Data base system for JVA• Farmer satisfaction survey + other evaluationsAchievements as per July 2012• Economic assessment for the irrigation water value.• Renewing 12 tasks transfer agreements + 3 new ones• Establishing 4 new WUAs• Evaluation study for the WUAs operating by task transfer agreements.• Holding a technical training program for the JVA & WUAs staff (140 participants)• Updating a data system( maintenance & penalties) for the JVA – O&M directorate• Preparing and issuing jointly with JVA the criteria for the WUAs staff and the task transfer agreement. 26.02.11 July2012 Seite
    27. 27. Achievements and results as per July 2012• A more efficient and decentralized water distribution,• A WUA tech staff manages the retail water distribution• A decreased percentage in penalties in the task transfer areas related to illegal water use and maintenance cases• A more stabilized net work water pressure and water structure• A n increased number of farmers membership in the task transfer area• An increased trust and cooperation between farmers and JVA 26.02.11 July2012 Seite
    28. 28. Indicators Phase III • Conveyance losses (administrative, water theft, technical losses) of irrigation water distribution networks within task transfer areas in the Jordan Valley have decreased by 15% (2014: JVA monitoring system). • 80% of the registered Water User Associations in the Jordan Valley manage retail water distribution according to task transfer agreements with JVA (2014: Official JVA report) Planned milestones for 2014 • Monitoring and control system • Study on the impact of the WUAs in improving the irrigation water management • Expanding farmers participation and tasks transfer areas (6 new tasks transfer areas and 6 new participation areas) • Surveys and events to evaluate and follow up on performance. • Exchange visits and + establish connections to support the WUAs after the project 26.02.11 July 2012 Seite
    29. 29. 7. OMS - Operations and Management Support to WAJ - Middle Governorates GIZ responsible: Dieter Rothenberger Partner organizations: WAJ Jordanian responsible: H.E. Eng. Basem Telfah, Eng. Ekhlass Shomun 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite Page
    30. 30. Objective and AchievementsObjective/indicator Phase III Operations cost recovery in the Middle Governorates (Zarqa, Madaba, Balqa) increased to 90% in 2012 (profit and loss statements of 2012, prepared by water service providers).Achievements by End of June 2012• GIS and Maintenance Management System (DCMMS) introduced in MGs• Micro PSP concept introduced and established (Madaba, Balqa, (Karak))• Support for the development of Management Contracts and establishment of companies (Yarmouk, Zarqa)• development of Financial Management Tools (Profit and Loss Statements, Fixed Asset Registers, ACCPAC installed, Chart of Accounts introduced)  Cost recovery improved only for Zarqa (73 to 80%); Calculation adjustments to be prepared (electricity, salaries)• Subscribers Management: GIS-Link for X7 (Zarqa), Service Area Boundaries defined and customer transfer requirements identified (MGs, Miyahuna, Yarmouk)• Micro-PSP Madaba finalised,; Balqa successful (revenues up 17% cash collection up 46%, 2.3 million JOD extra cash• Water Balances for all MGs established  NRW slightly down, but still too high• DPP in Sludge Dewatering at Madaba WWTP started 26.02.11 Seite Page
    31. 31. Planned Milestones by Autumn/,End 2012: OMS- Operations and Management Support to WAJ/MG• Profit and Loss Statement 2011 ready• Accounting Principles are approved standardized accounting principles for the water sector which account for the needs of WAJ and water companies• Zarqa Management Contract is in process to be established• Centralised DCMMS tested• Institutional Change in Madaba (MC with Miyahuna?) finalised• Improvement of subscriber management (pilot area: GIS data use/update from the field, SDS data entry, doorstep billing and collection, etc. ) startedPlanned Milestones by March 2014 (end of Phase III):• Results from subscriber management pilot project available; fed into the Management Contract• Profit and Loss Statement 2012 ready• Institutional concepts for Zarqa, Madaba and Balqa (Micro PSP extension? merger with Zarqa?) are in implementation• Management Contract Zarqa is awarded• Concept for “Micro-PSP in Sludge Dewatering”, based on successful DPP at WWTP Madaba, is developed. 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite Page
    32. 32. II. DPP – Development Partnerships with the Private SectorGIZ responsible: Dieter Rothenberger, Elke ZimmermannPartner organizations: WAJ (mainly), also MWIJordanian responsible: H.E. Eng. Basem Telfah, Eng. Malek Rawashdeh 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite Page
    33. 33. Objective Support the objective of the Water Programme: Sustainable Management of Water Resources (effective utilities, more efficient water use, introduction of modern technology and procedures)Examples and Achievements• Water Loss Reduction through Pressure Management (VAG GmbH): Reduced technical losses by approx. 10%in Ain Al Basha• Water Loss Reduction through Leak Detection and Repair Management (Dorsch/ SEBA): Reduced technical losses by approx. 10% in Ain Al Basha.• Energy Saving at Pumping Stations (WILO-EMU/engicon): Reduced energy consumption (30%) in Bakoria Pumping station, more water pumped: savings of approx. 100’000 Euro/a for WAJ• Modern Greywater Re-use systems in Private Households and Hotels (hansgrohe/Pontos): Reduced freshwater consumption for hotel rooms by 38%; smaller WWTP needed 26.02.11 Seite
    34. 34. DPP – Development Partnerships with the Private Sector OutlookCurrent/new Projects• Telemetric Applications in Water Resources Management (seba): since Dec 2010, until Spring 2013• Energy Saving and Sludge Dewatering at WWTP Madaba (engicon/Huber), since July 2011, until June 2013• Solar Powered Treatment of Greywater and Brackish Water (Kinetics, FoEME): November 2011, until October 2013• Tourism Sector Water and Energy Efficiency Fund (TWEEF): in 2012• Management of Vocational Training Centre in the Water Sector (Sachsenwasser, Autumn 2012)• Microtunelling for Sewage Networks (maybe with Miyahuna, Bohrtec, Autumn/Winter 2012)• Perfprmance Based Operationa and Maintenance Contract Wala/Lip (Stulz Planaqua, Autumn 2012) 26.02.11 Seite
    35. 35. The Greywater (GW) A bathroom in the Comparison1 : Water Comparison2 : DrinkingTreatment Plant from hotel connected to before and after water (left) and treatedPontos at the Dead Sea the GW Treatment treatment in the plant GW (right)Spa Hotel Plant Comparison 3: Old (left) and new (right) pumps at the Bakoria Pumping Station: 26.02.11 Seite
    36. 36. III. Improved Water Resources Security/Availability for Poor Rural and Urban Communities (WRAP)The programme is funded by the EU, it is closely linked with the WP and part of the overall GIZ portfolio in the water sector. GIZ responsible: Sameer Abdel-Jabbar Partner organization: MoWI and WAJ Jordanian responsibles: To be identified 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite
    37. 37. The programme in a nutshellName : Improved water resources security in low income rural and urban communities (WRAP)Duration 3 years (2012-214)Budget 10.000.000 Euro 6.400.000 Centralized management by EU 3.600.000 Indirect centralized management by GIZOverall objective Improved water resources security for drinking water supplies and irrigation for low income urban and rural communities in Jordancomponents 1.Secure drinking water supplies to 2.Ground water 3.Irrigation water low income areas management in the management in Yarmouk Basin the Jordan ValleyBeneficiaries Householder user groups, MoWI and Farmers (water Farmers and JVA WAJ users) and MowLocation 3 low income areas in different rural Yarmouk basin Northern JV and urban areas will be identifiedImplementation GIZ and TSS GIZ and TSS TSSLocal partners WAJ and JOHUD MoWI and an An agricultural agricultural extension extension organization organization 26.02.11 Seite
    38. 38. Components Objectives and IndicatorsComponent Objective Indicator1 Enhancing piped water Improved water supply supplies security in services standards in low selected low income areas income areas2 Developing tools and Tools have been methodology for the GoJ developed, tested and and water users to reduce validated over-extraction of ground water resources in Yarmuk river basin3 Enabling farmers in the Effective move to Northern JV to adapt to different irrigation alternative irrigation water practices in the area resources including TWW covered by extension and BW services 26.02.11 Seite
    39. 39. GIZ Responsibility: Component 1Objective :Enhancing piped water supplies in selected low income areas (combinationof improved network, better water management, and better water use) No Result Responsibility 1 A programme has been established for the (Implementation) improvement of water supply in selected pilot areas 2 Participatory management has been established in (Implementation) the pilot areas 3 Measures to improve water supply have been (Implementation) implemented 4 Stakeholders in the pilot areas are better informed (TSS) about ways to improve efficient water use through communication and user association approaches to ensure sustainability 26.02.11 Seite
    40. 40. GIZ Responsibility :Component 2Objective :Developing tools (sophisticated decision support tools) and methodology(participative decision-making structures) for the GoJ and water users toreduce over-extraction of ground water resources in Yarmuk river basin No Result Responsibility 1 Decision support tool based on combination of (Implementation) WEAP and MODFLOW simulation models has been developed including water management, agriculture management and socio-economic modules 2 A river basin council with representation of all water (Implementation) users has been set-up and its actions have been integrated with the Highland Water Forum 3 Water conservation measures have been (TSS) demonstrated and implemented on pilot farms and results extended 4 The stakeholders in the basin are better informed (TSS) about water resources issues and ways of solving stress on these resources 26.02.11 Seite
    41. 41. Herausgeber:Deutsche Gesellschaft fürInternationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbHP.O. Box 92 62 38Amman 11190, JordanT +962 6 586 8090F +962 6 586 8770www.giz.deAuthors: AoC TL of the Water Programme 26.02.11 Seite
    42. 42. Thank you for your attention 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite Page
    43. 43. II. IEE - Improvement of Energy Efficiency of WAJ in the MGsThe IEE is funded by the German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety(BMU) and hence is formally not part of the BMZ funded Water Programme. However, it is closely linked with the AoC OMS and part of the overall GIZ portfolio in the water sector. GIZ responsible: Dieter Rothenberger Partner organization: WAJ Jordanian responsibles: Basem Telfah, Dr. Kheir Haddidi 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite Page
    44. 44. IEE – Improvement of Energy Efficiency of WAJ Objective and AchievementsObjective Reduce specific energy consumption of WAJ in selected pumping stations in the Middle GovernoratesAchievements by End of November 2011• Energy Audit conducted (saving potential between 4 and 65%, potential cost savings approx. 1 Mio. JOD/a)• Implementation at various Pumping stations: • Naqab Daboor: pumps rehabilitated; savings: 10% • Zarqa Desalination: new pumps and automation: savings: 60% • Bakoria: new pumps and private sector operations within a DPP, savings: 30% • Wala: pumps and equipment currently being rehabilitated, within DPP new equipment to be delivered • Funded from other organisations: Azraq Spring (new pumps and equipment: KfW), Azraq and Hallabat (new pumps and equipment: JICA) • Tender for Micro-BOT (Energy Performance Contracting) for Khaw prepared 26.02.11 Seite
    45. 45. IEE – Improvement of Energy Efficiency of WAJPlanned Milestones by Summer 2012• New energy audit contract finalised• Energy Saving Guarantee Contract awarded for Khaw PS• DPP for Wala/ Lip signed, pumps installed• Documents ready for other Energy Contracting approachesEnd of Project: March 2013 26.02.11 26.02.11 Seite
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