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Dafili Gravity Water Supply Scheme. Finn WASH-BG Programme. Outline. Enabling Environment Location and Facts About the Project Initiation & Application Process Socio-economic and Tariff Study Engineering Design & Approval Funding Agreement, Transfer & Implementation

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outline
Outline
  • Enabling Environment
  • Location and Facts About the Project
  • Initiation & Application Process
  • Socio-economic and Tariff Study
  • Engineering Design & Approval
  • Funding Agreement, Transfer & Implementation
  • Actual Project Cost
  • Inauguration Ceremony
  • Other Uses
  • Challenges
  • Way forward
enabling environment
Enabling Environment
  • Proclamation 71/2008 has been issued
  • For point sources, WASHCOs have to be formed to construct and manage them.
  • For more complex schemes, WUAs have to be formed to manage schemes
  • Regulations necessary to implement the Proclamation
  • Drafted by the WMERDB
  • Demand from Communities
  • Sufficient source
location and facts about the scheme
Location and Facts about the Scheme
  • Location
  • Jigda Silassie Kebele of Mandura Woreda
  • 25 kms north west GB
  • Facts
  • Water Source: Dafili Springs
  • Total yield: 2.5l/s
  • Water quality : Potable (as tested by WWO staff)
  • Coverage: 324 HHs in five Gotts (villages) of Dafili sub-Kebele
  •  Present users: Humans= 1782

: Cattle heads= 1398

initiation application process
Initiation & Application Process
  • Initiated by the communities
  • 5 villages formed a WASHCO each
  • 5 WASHCOs formed a WUA
  • Each village contributed ETB 1000.00
  • WUA
  • Saving account in BGCSI
  • Deposited ETB5000.00
  • Applied for CDF support
  • Desk and field appraisals were conducted
  • WSC approved the project
socio economic and tariff study
Socio-economic and Tariff Study
  • Will be presented by Mike
engineering design approval
Engineering Design & Approval
  • Prepared by TA Team and WWO Staff
  • Scheme components
  • A spring capping structure (1.5 l/s)
  • A 50 m3 capacity sandwich reservoir
  • 5 public fountains
  • 5 wash stands
  • 3 cattle troughs
  • 3 shower units (2 of them having 4 rooms and 1 having 2 rooms)
  • 1.627 kms pipe line (GS & HDPE)
  • Estimated cost ETB665, 393.84
  • Assessed by PMC and approved by Board
funding agreement transfer implementation
Funding Agreement, Transfer & Implementation
  • Funding agreement signed
  • WUA opened a CDF account
  • Fund transfer
  • WSC CDF account to WUA CDF account
  • CDF guideline
  • Procurement
  • Goods and services were procured by the WUA
  • Construction & supervision
  • April, 2011
  • Locally trained Artisans
  • WWO staffs
  • September, 2011
actual project cost
Actual Project Cost
  • Total project cost = ETB 810,000
  • Communities contributed = ETB 90,000 (11.11%)
  • Supplied local materials (stone, sand, wooden poles, etc)
  • Provided unskilled labor
  • Trench excavation
  • Other necessary works
  • GoF contributed = ETB 720,000
inauguration ceremony
Inauguration Ceremony
  • Inaugurated
  • February 13, 2012
other uses
Other Uses
  • Backyard gardening
  • Vegetables, such as onions, potatoes, cabbage, carrots, etc
  • Ensures the sustainability of the scheme
challenges
Challenges
  • Regulations not yet in place
  • WUA didn’t obtain legal status
  • Non existence of the private sector in repair and maintenance
  • Rely on the Woreda Water Office
way forward
Way Forward
  • Put in place Regulations ASAP
  • Train local Artisans in repair and maintenance
  • Develop payment guideline
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