Self-supply acceleration in Ethiopia26 June 2013
Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia2Donor: wedidn’t supportthis did we?Prog. Officer:no this is Self-supply Prog. Officer...
Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia3Self-supply: Improvement to watersupplies developed largely or whollythrough user inv...
Self-supply ladderSelf supply acceleration in Ethiopia4UnprotectedSemi-protectedRope pumpMotorisedpump
Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia5Self-supply accelerationFinancingCreatingdemandEnsuringsupplyEnablingenvironment
Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia6HouseholdsGovernment/donors
Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia7Publicinvestmentper capitaUSDAverage(range)Privateinvestmentleveraged(USD per USDpubl...
Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia8• Competition• Conflicts• 100% coverage• Sustainability• Climateresilience
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Presentation on self-supply acceleration in Ethiopia by John Butterworth (IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre) Seminar on Multiple Use water Services in the context of Dutch policy and practice. Wednesday 26 June 2013. International Water House, Bezuidenhoutseweg 2, The Hague, The Netherlands.

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  • Self-Supply recognised in policy and part of the ONWP.
  • The ladder illustrates a fundamentally different approach.
  • Creating demand: products and servicesEnsuring supply:Technology options and technical advice. Strengthening the private sector: support services for a range of technologies, small business management, price setting and marketing. Financial support. MFIs support SMEs to build enterprises, and to families investing in supply improvement.Enabling environment:Supporting policies: Advocacy and policy development, planning, inventories, service delivery models, curricula, jobsResearch, monitoring, evaluation, learning.
  • Leveraging private investment through public investment
  • Self-supply acceleration in Ethiopia

    1. 1. Self-supply acceleration in Ethiopia26 June 2013
    2. 2. Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia2Donor: wedidn’t supportthis did we?Prog. Officer:no this is Self-supply Prog. Officer: this isone of the communityschemes we fundedDonor: lets goback…whatcould be doneto improve thissupply?Prog. Officer: whenthe pumps don’t workpeople go to the river
    3. 3. Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia3Self-supply: Improvement to watersupplies developed largely or whollythrough user investment usually athousehold level
    4. 4. Self-supply ladderSelf supply acceleration in Ethiopia4UnprotectedSemi-protectedRope pumpMotorisedpump
    5. 5. Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia5Self-supply accelerationFinancingCreatingdemandEnsuringsupplyEnablingenvironment
    6. 6. Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia6HouseholdsGovernment/donors
    7. 7. Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia7Publicinvestmentper capitaUSDAverage(range)Privateinvestmentleveraged(USD per USDpublicinvestment)Self-supplyacceleration(7 programmes inZambia,Zimbabwe,Uganda)8 (2-20) 1.9 (0.2-4)Communitywater supply(2 programmesZambia, Uganda)39 (35-45) 0.025 (0.001-0.05)
    8. 8. Self supply acceleration in Ethiopia8• Competition• Conflicts• 100% coverage• Sustainability• Climateresilience

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