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Wsp Lac Vienna 2009 4 Jun

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Wsp Lac Vienna 2009 4 Jun

  1. 1. WSP LAC Glenn Pearce-Oroz Regional Team Leader WSP-LAC Vienna, June 2009
  2. 2. Beyond the MDGs: Coverage vs. Quality Some hidden numbers… Bad quality of infrastructure 1 million without potable water in Mexico State Half of children in Argentina at risk for lack of clean water 58% at risk of illness due to inadequate sanitation and polluted water Low service coverage in the Andean Amazonian Region 61% without water; 70% without sanitation │ 95% with Parasitosis (4 million Peruvian inhabitants) Access to sanitation in rural areas, still a challenge 17% Guatemala; 28.5% Brazil; 30% Peru and Haiti Poor wastewater treatment 8% Colombia; 15% Peru; 20% Venezuela; 36% Mexico <ul><li>Charts </li></ul><ul><li>Inequality rates </li></ul><ul><li>Insufficient Investment </li></ul><ul><li>Coverage Andean Amazonian Region </li></ul><ul><li>Required Investments </li></ul>
  3. 3. Results FY09: Scaling up Sanitation & Hygiene WSP sanitation assessment as groundwork for World Bank re-engagement in the sector (Nicaragua). Behavior Change Program at national scale: 23 of 24 regions (Peru). Expansion to Central America, Colombia and Bolivia. Creating local sanitation markets: focus on local demand and suppliers. Replication in Nicaragua. Donor harmonization and inter-sectoral Coordination : LatinoSan 2007, 2010; PeruSan 2008; and support Sanitation Road Maps in Central America (8 countries). Charts HW Practice
  4. 4. Decentralization and Governance <ul><li>Four Regional Sanitation Investment Plans in Peru to improve resource allocation in Peru. </li></ul><ul><li>National Peri-Urban WSS strategy in Bolivia based on WSP’s Small Scale Operators Study </li></ul>
  5. 5. Service expansion in peri-urban and rural areas Global Urbanization Trend Public-private social partnerships Low-cost technologies From LAC to the World Learning Countries Risk Management 17 out of 50 most vulnerable countries are in LAC Global Local Regional Knowledge Sharing
  6. 6. Return to Page 1 Supporting Graphics
  7. 7. Inequality rates LAC?
  8. 8. Inequality rates < Return
  9. 9. Investment in Infrastructure PIB % < Return
  10. 10. Required Annual Investment in Water, sanitation and sewage water – 2006-2010 < Return
  11. 11. Global Urbanization Trend < Return
  12. 12. Climate Change and Disasters Source: Center for Hazards & Risk Research. 2005. Natural Disaster Hotspots – A Global Risk Analysis < Return
  13. 13. Hand Washing Rate Source: THE HANDWASHING HANDBOOK. World Bank http://esa.un.org/iys/docs/san_lib_docs/Handwashing_Handbook.pdf < Return
  14. 14. 70 4.761.271 61 4.163.238 6.786.775 % Without access to Sanitation % Without access to Water Total of inhabitants Source: Nippon Koei, Study on Water and Sanitation Services in the Andean Amazonian Region (2006) Coverage Andean Amazonian Region < Return
  15. 15. Return to Page 1 ¡Gracias!

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