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ARMENIA: POLICY OPTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING Water related MDGs Yerevan, 22 March 2007 Jochem Jantzen Director, TME. CONTENTS. ASSESSING MDGs Orientation 3-4 Mainly qualitative scenarios:

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ARMENIA:

POLICY OPTIONS FOR

IMPLEMENTING

Water related MDGs

Yerevan, 22 March 2007

Jochem Jantzen

Director, TME

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ASSESSING MDGs

  • Orientation
  • 3-4 Mainly qualitative scenarios:
  • increase access to safe water from 45% to 73% (PRSP) (quantity, quality, service level, regularity, distance)
  • Institutional set up (see other)
  • Financing (budget, user charges, loans (IFI), affordability)
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ASSESSING MDGs

  • Quantity
  • Quantities: present level if higher than 30 lcd, otherwise 30-50 lcd from standpipe?
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ASSESSING MDGs

  • Quality
  • Quality: Quality (chemical, biological) of water supply needs to meet national standards.
  • How to implement these standards?
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ASSESSING MDGs

  • Service level
  • Is the aim to connect larger part of rural population to:
  • in house tap?
  • yard tap?
  • standpipe?
  • other?
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ASSESSING MDGs

Regularity

Is the overall aim to have regular water supply (20 hrs per day) for rural population connected to:

in house tap

yard tap

standpipe

What about non connected population?

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ASSESSING MDGs

Distance

Is the overall aim to reduce distance to “zero” meter (in house tap, yard tap)

and for

Standpipes 200 meter

What for non piped settlements?

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INSTITUTIONAL SET UP

See other presentation

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FINANCIAL ISSUES

Budget contribution for (re) investments and operation?

User charges set at local, regional or national level?

Loans (IFI), which loans are currently considered?

Affordability: in baseline 3% assumed, is this OK?