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Kafr El Sheikh Wastewater Disposal

Description

This is an open programme for wastewater disposal in up to 30 towns in the governorate of Kafr el Sheikh in the Nile Delta. It is divided into two phases, of which only phase 1 was implemented with 15 programme cities. Ten oxidation ditches, one treatment pond, wastewater collection systems (including 23,000 house connections, wastewater collectors, inspection shafts and 22 pumping stations) as well as 3 laboratories and workshops (and 11 smaller workshops and warehouses) were financed. As Egypt’s central water authority, NOPWASD is responsible for constructing the sectoral infrastructure, and therefore acted as the implementation agency. As the regional water supplier, KWSC took over the operation and maintenance of the infrastructure that was completed. KWSC was therefore supported by a complementary measure (BMZ no. 2004 70 633) in setting up an operating and maintenance organisation and training key personnel.

Overall rating: 2

Is based on:

Relevance: 2
Effectiveness: 2
Efficiency: 3
Impact: 2
Sustainability: 3

Evaluation criteria & rating scale

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Country:Egypt
Sector:Water services
Budget funds : 33.678.812,94 €
Total funds :33.678.812,94 €
Year of project completion:
2013

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