Maintenance service strategy - Jon Allen of Water for Good

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Jon Allen of Water for Good tells stories about the reality on the ground in the Central African Republic (CAR). — at 7AM.
IRC runs a series of events in The Hague, open to all interested parties. These series bring together professionals to network and discuss hot topics in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. They are forward looking and multidisciplinary in nature presenting the latest thinking from governments, NGOs, private sector and academia.

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Maintenance service strategy - Jon Allen of Water for Good

  1. 1. • Non-profit WaSH project implementation organization. • Operating for 10 years in the Central African Republic • Currently employing over 100 Central African Staff and 10 American/International Staff.
  2. 2. Operating Environment Poor / Agricultural Economy Infrastructure Remote and Rural Lack of Supply
  3. 3. Operating Environment
  4. 4. CURRENT SITUATIONBangui Airport Camp with 100,000 people
  5. 5. After months of violence… 1 Million People Displaced 2.5 Million Need Immediate Aid Entire Population (4.6 million) Affected
  6. 6. CURRENT SITUATION
  7. 7. History • Started Naturally • Water Operations • Growth • Costs • Materials Management How did Water for Good come to develop a life-cycle costs approach for asset management of the rural water supply in CAR?
  8. 8. How It Works • Circuit Rider Teams • Planned Routes • Electronic Reporting • Monthly Community Contribution • Pump Insurance Program
  9. 9. 2013
  10. 10. Maintenance Service Results Data from January 2013 through May 2014  1,411 water point visits completed  960 different locations  937 pumps entered into the maintenance program  23 pumps removed from the program that had problems to do with factors other than the pump  1,378 visits to pumps in the program  1,184 (86%) of visits, the pumps are functional on arrival  1,332 (97%)of visits the pumps are functional on departure  148 were repaired and made operational  3,295 pump parts were used- Vergnet, India, and others
  11. 11. www.waterforgood.org/maintenanc e
  12. 12. www.waterforgood.org/maintenanc e
  13. 13. Financing • ANNUAL SPONSERSHIP • Water Funding Partners • Foundations • Churches • Individuals • TARGET 2014 • $384,000 for 800 pumps • $135,700 funded to date 2014
  14. 14. Challenges
  15. 15. Goals

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