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Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
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Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
Session SDM - Dotse.presentation
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    • 1. THE EMERGENCE OF SERVICE DELIVERY MODLES IN GHANA
    • 2.  
    • 3.  
    • 4. DIRECT COM
      • all point sources, small towns systems and some multi village piped systems
      • WATSAN Committees/WSDBs
      • tariff/water user fee determination
      • tariffs determined by WSDB subject to approval by M/DAs
      • tariffs collected by the WATSAN Committees/WSDBs
      • WATSAN committees/WSDBs responsible for the O and M of facilities
      • WSDBs employ staff to manage the system
    • 5. COM UNDER PRIVATE MANAGEMENT
      • small towns with large settlements and some multi village systems
      • WSDBs engage the services of a private entity to manage the system
      • tariffs proposed by the WSDBs subject to the approval of the M/DAs
      • tariffs collected by the private operator and revenue shared within an agreed
      • framework
    • 6.  
    • 7.
      • private operator responsible for maintenance, major repairs, replacements, extensions and rehabilitation subject to the approval of the WSDBs and M/DAs.
      • CWSA provides professional advice to guide the extensions to be undertaken
      • private operators expected to submit technical and financial reports to the WSDB on the system.
      • technical competence of the WSDBs to study and analyse the reports
    • 8. DISTRICT OWNED AND MANAGED SYSTEMS
      • DA owns and manages the system directly
      • DA appoints the WSDB.
      • model limited to a few schemes financed by KfW in 2 regions
    • 9. CHALLENGES
      • water quality analysis
      • technical competence of private sector and the M/DAs and the WSDBs
      • tariff setting (tariffs higher than GWCL tariffs) 18 liters cost GHp3 in the facilities provided under the NCWSP as opposed to GHp2 from GWCL
      • payment by institutional consumers
      • non –involvement of sub-district structures
    • 10. Framework for Decentralised Administration in Ghana REGIONAL COORDINATING COUNCIL UNIT COMMITTEES (LI 1589) DISTRICT ASSEMBLIES (Act 462) URBAN/ZONAL/TOWN COUNCILS (LI 1589) MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT WSDBs/WATSANs DISTRICT WATER AND SANITATION TEAMS Constitution approved by District Assembly National Regional District Sub district
    • 11. KEY LESSONS
      • continued payment of user fees/tariffs particularly pay as you fetch provides adequate resources for O& M . WSDBs set aside 10% of revenue for O&M
      • availability of trained personnel and spare parts essential for prompt repair of facilities
      • enforcement of the requirement of periodic water quality analysis
      • total involvement of local government institutions at the district and sub district levels in the management of water facilities.

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