Partners focused on six priority areas following a dynamic and participatory diagnosis, which resulted in an ambitious one-year work plan. The management of the WOP was informal however followed the initial plan. Classroom and on the job training, frequent remote exchanges and operational assistance visits allowed for the expected objectives to be achieved. This inclusive and novel approach was conductive to rapid change and progress.
WOP Factsheet: WAF – HWAAuthor: GWOPA Categories / Tags: WOP Cases, WOP Factsheets Date: 2020 Area: Asia and Oceania Language: English Topics: Billing and Collection Energy Efficiency Integrated Water Resources Management Non Revenue Water Download