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PRESENTATION ON WATER SERVICES BACKLOGS. Municipal Manager 4 May 2007. Outline. Background Locality Map Backlog Figures Budget Requirements Bucket Eradication Projects Funding Required For Buckets Challenges. Background. 8 municipalities in 37 294 km 2

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Presentation on water services backlogs

PRESENTATION ON WATER SERVICES BACKLOGS

Municipal Manager

4 May 2007


Outline
Outline

  • Background

  • Locality Map

  • Backlog Figures

  • Budget Requirements

  • Bucket Eradication Projects

  • Funding Required For Buckets

  • Challenges


Background
Background

  • 8 municipalities in 37 294 km2

  • Population = 810 214 = 12.4% of Provincial population

  • 3rd Largest DM in the EC

  • Mostly rural and youthful




Bucket eradication projects
Bucket Eradication Projects

  • 6976 Buckets in total

  • 1120 Buckets already eradicated (06/07)

  • 5856 Buckets still to be eradicated

  • 11 Projects for buckets

  • 3 projects completed

  • 5 projects under construction

  • 3 projects at planning stage



Funding required for buckets
Funding Required For Buckets

  • Total required for buckets R150m.

  • Funds already available R77m. [MIG (R45m), DHLGTA (R12m), Equitable Share R10m and DBSA Loan R10m]

  • Funds still required R73m


Challenges
Challenges

  • More funding required to meet water and sanitation backlogs

  • Figures do not include dilapidated infrastructure and bulk for augmentation especially Karoo towns

  • Creating a balance between basic infrastructure and LED

  • High costs per capita due to scattered villages

  • Sustainability of VIPs

  • Communities want water borne to replace buckets

  • If R73m is ring-fenced from R207million then committed projects would be delayed and costly

  • Non-performing service providers

  • Few contractors with high ratings with respect to CIDB

  • Retention of skilled personnel (engineers)

  • Implementation of the Supply Chain Management Regulations


The end
THE END

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