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Massawa water supply (emergency measure)

Description

Emergency measure (A) aimed to improve the drinking water supply of the city of Massawa in the most urgently needed areas (increasing the storage capacity of the existing Dogali well field, repairing the raw water extraction system, repairing water reservoirs and the disinfection plant). In the first phase of the main measure that was planned to follow (B), the aim was to carry out more far-reaching measures such as the development of a new well field, the construction of new transport lines, the expansion of the distribution network and the construction of seepage pits. In addition to the structural measures, the training measure (C) aimed to transform the publicly owned municipal water supply department into an autonomous municipal utility (Water and Sanitation Company/WASCO).

Overall rating: 3

Is based on:

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

Evaluation criteria & rating scale

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Country:Eritrea
Sector:Water services
Budget funds : 1.278.229,70 €
Total funds :1.278.229,70 €
Year of project completion:
1998

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