To National Program for Water Supply and Sanitation 2015 (NP-WSS 2015)
Ministry of Agriculture, Water and
General Directorate of Water Resources
Burkina Faso Unity - Progress - Justice
Summary of NP-WSS 2015
Sectoral budget support 2010-2015 to WSS
SUMMARY OF NP-WSS 2015
To halve by 2015 the number of people without adequate access to drinking water and sanitation in 2005, in accordance with Strategic Framework for the Fight against Poverty and with Millenium Development Goals Expected results Goal Section 1 : Rural area Section 2 : Urban area
4 million additional people have adequate access to drinking water (by increasing the access rate of 60% in 2005 to 80% in 2015
5,7 million additional people have adequate access to sanitation (by increasing the rate of access of 10% in 2005 to 54% in 2015.
1,8 million additional people have adequate access to drinking water (by increasing the access rate of 74% in 2005 to 87% in 2015
2,1 million additional people have adequate access to sanitation of 14% in 2005 to 57% in 2015.
The NP-WSS :
Implements program approach adopted by the Government for achieving the MDGs in the sector of WSS
Is the national programming framework for the development of WSS sector by 2015
Is part of the national strategy for integrated water resources management (IWRM)
In rural area , the Unified Framework for Intervention is the common reference for all actors. It defines the rules and procedures for all stakeholders, is used to support capacity building of all stakeholders, and for the transfer of powers to local authorities under legislation on decentralization . Institutional framework The preferred option is to build on existing structures and strengthen them in order first, to ensure ownership of the program by the State Services as part of their sovereign functions, and secondly, to state the respective roles of local authorities, private sector and civil society . Strategys (continuation)
Pilotage is organized on 2 levels :
national level (NP-WSS National Steering Committee & General Directorate
of Water Resources [GDWR] as a national coordination and management structure
in charge of Water [RDAWFR] as a regional coordination and management structure
for the programme)
Implementation is ensured :
in rural area , by GDWR, GDSWE and RDAWFR in conjunction with other regional
directorates (Health, basic education, etc.) and local authorities.
in urban area , by National Office of Water and Sanitation (NOWS) in conjunction
with local authorities and referring contract plan signed with the Government
Institutional framework (continuation)
17 290 drilling and wells
10 745 in districts
5 396 in schools
1 150 in health centres
520 low cost water supply systems (LCWSS)
257 in the capitals of rural commune
263 in the villages of at least 3500 residents
General rehabilitation of wells & drilling
(manual pump, superstructures, etc.), LCWSS
Drinking water achievement in rural area
395 000 family new latrines
& 100 000 rehabilitation of existing latrines
60 000 sumps for single use
12 300 blocks of public latrines
5 400 in schools,
1 150 in health centers,
5 750 in other public places.
Sanitation, wastewater and Excreta achievement in rural area
Total cost : 543,8 MM FCFA Detailed forecast 2007-2015 Rural and semi-urban area Urban area
Total : 406 MM FCFA HTT
Drinking water infrastructures :
308,4 MM FCFA
Sanitation infrastructures :
70,8 MM FCFA
Unified framework for intervention
26,8 MM FCFA
Total : 137,8 MM FCFA HTT
Drinking water infrastructures :
86,9 MM FCFA
Sanitation infrastructures :
50,9 MM FCFA
BUDGET SUPPORT 2010-2015 FOR WSS SECTOR
Definition of budget support
Budget support is defined as the transfer of financial resources from development partners (donor agencies or governments) to the Treasury of a partner country. These financial resources are therefore part of the overall resources of the partner countries and are used according to its system of public finance management .
Definition (continuation) GBS AND SBS
GBS (general budget support)
Budget support is used at the discretion of government
SBS (sectoral budget support)
Budget support is intended to support a specified
Conditions of SBS
The existence of a sectoral policy document and approved a policy framework agreed policy with specific measurable results, a calendar and an institutional framework to ensure its effective implementation .
A framework for medium term financing established within budgetary limits also realistic medium term from all sources .
Conditions of SBS (continuation)
A process of coordination between different sector donors led by the government, and the harmonization and alignment processes of coordination, also under the auspices of the Government .
A system for monitoring performance agreed between different actors .
Eligibility of NP-WSS to SBS
a macro-economic and fiscal stability
policies and sectoral strategies translated into annual business plans : NP-WSS
a system for planning and budgeting financial medium term: the Budget Program Objectives for the sector (BPO )
Political dialogue and a coordination system controlled and managed by the Ministry: the joint Revue : the NSC and RSC of NP-WSS
a monitoring and control of sector performance: the matrix of performance indicators of water and sanitation sector, developed jointly by the Government and TFP
Objective & strategys
The sector budget support (SBS) are provided by Sida, Danida and the EU for the implementation of the NP-WSS in ways that strengthen the program approach, budget support, decentralization and gender issues .
They fit into the objectives and strategies of the NP-WSS, tools and control instruments (NSC, RSC, BPO, joint review)
Amounts of SBS 2010-2015 The support of all three TFP as SBS represents about 20% of the budget of the NP-WSS TFP Asdi Danida EU Total (MM FCFA) Amount (fixed and variable tranches in %) 12,6 (70% + 30%) 31 (70% + 30%) 24,9 (50% + 50%) 68,5
SBS Installment for 2010
The SBS installment for 2010 is an amount of 5 673 824 000 FCFA , shared between 6 regional directorates and 5 central (GDWR, GDSWWE, DPHHE, GDBE and NOWS)
Challenges to the SBS
a budget program objectives (BPO) year rolling ,validated by all stakeholders, approved by the NSC and accepted by the MEF.
The implementation of a financial management software and appropriate budgetary likely to learn about accounting, financial et analytical management at central and regional level and over time .
A system of monitoring and evaluation of the PN-AEPA to be efficient for periodic measurement of the achievement of results and the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of actions .
the monitoring and evaluation system must allow a better understanding of the conditions of access of populations to water and sanitation .
Structural challenges (continuation)
A good dose of responsiveness at all stages of public expenditure. This requires technical services :
an anticipation in placing orders
Good control mechanisms of the SBS and tools of implementation.