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  • National WOPs between operators in Indonisia.2015 indonesia factsheet

  • emasesaThe main aim of the WOP was to improve the non-revenue water levels and the billing accuracy. A parallel outcome of this collaboration, was the increased motivation of staff and workers and the high satisfaction of both operators from the collaboration.

  • To supply water in rapidly urbanizing cities, service providers face the challenges of producing sufficient drinking water and extending infrastructure networks to satisfy the demand for water throughout cities’ urban fabrics.

  • GWOPA is supporting the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for South-East Asia to implement the pilot Sanitation Safety Plan (SSP) project in Malaysia.

  • imgbatch1 115Case study of Water Operators' Partnership (WOP) between City West Water (Melbourne, Australia) and Metropolitan Cebu Water District (Cebu, Philippines) facilitated by the Asian Development Bank to reduce non-revenue water and improving operational performance through capacity building, exchange visits, training and demonstration.

  • imgbatch1 105Case study of Water Operators' Partnership (WOP) between Indah Water Konsortium (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) and PDAM Tirtanadi (Medan, Indonesia) facilitated by USAID through ECO-Asia - Waterlinks to increase the number of households connecting to Medan's city sewerage system by promoting sanitation using USAID 10‑Step Promotion Program Toolkit and staff training.

  • BEWOP narrative 3The present report analyses the Water Operators’ Partnership between the Water Authority of Fiji (WAF), headquartered in Suva, Fiji, and Hunter Water Australia (HWA), located in Newcastle, Australia (see Map). WAF is the mentee partner, while HWA is the mentor utility. The partnership aims to build hands-on knowledge and share working methods to rapidly improve water service performance.

  • imgbatch1 103Case study of Water Operators' Partnership (WOP) between Vitens-Evides International (Netherlands) and Water Supply and Sewerage Authority of Ulaanbaatar City (Mongolia) facilitated by Netherlands Ministry of Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Directorate‑General for International Cooperation (DGIS) to improve USUG’s operations and help it develop into an autonomous and financially sustainable water utility using Capacity building, exchange visits, help with master plans, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), wastewater management, water quality monitoring etc.

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    The aim of the WOP is to have a better community understanding of benefits of sewerage services

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    PWA is working to strengthen its water quality management program and to help optimize its water treatment processes

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    The primary objective of the partnership is to improve access to sanitation services for communities through the design and construction of septage treatment facilities using natural systems.

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    The aim of this WOP is to operate and maintain the  wastewater treatment and interceptor sewer system.

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    WaterLinks, with support from USAID through the WaterLinks Alliance activity, proposes to facilitate a WOP between PBAPP and Tirta Kencana focusing on improving water distribution system in Samarinda (Indonesia). PBAPP from Malaysia is highly recognized in the region by its excellent water supply distribution network with the lowest NRW rate in the nation. Expected to last between 12-15 months, this WOP will help build the capacity of Tirta Kencana to manage NRW and pressure, enable continuous water supply, and recognize practical innovations and technologies employed by PBAPP. WaterLinks proposes the WOP to benefit at least 12,000 customers.

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    The aim of this WOP is to strengthen Phnom Penh’s promotion of improved sanitation and environmental health;

  • wop asiaIn 2014, with assistance from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Water Security for Resilient Economic Growth and Stability (Be Secure) project, Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad) engaged in a water operator partnership (WOP) with Cagayan do Oro Water District (COWD) to develop the capacity of COWD in the creation of a hydraulic model, the design of a pressure management program, and an introduction to the development of a Geographic Information System (GIS). Over the 12-month partnership, Maynilad guided COWD in developing a calibrated hydraulic model for a pilot site, Barangay Camaman-an, allowing it to better understand the behavior of the water system in the area, implement pressure management techniques thereby optimizing the current network and operations, and provide better water services to customers. Although a 24/7 water supply was not achieved in Barangay Camaman-an, there was an increase in the number of supply hours from four (4) to eight (8) hours a day. Moreover, armed with a better understanding of the value of a GIS in improving operational efficiency, COWD has called for an international tender for the creation of a GIS for its service area, as part of its scale-up activities.

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    The WOP aim is to provide the recipient MCWD with better approach, methodologies and practices; improving

  • wop asiaFor outstanding achievement based on outcomes and impacts, the WaterLinks Award was given to the WOP between Nepal’s Department of Water Supply and Sewerage (DWSS) – specifically its Central Human Resource Development Unit (CHRDU) and the Lekhnath Small Town Water Supply and Users Committee (LSTWSSUC) – as recipient, and Maynilad Water Services through the Maynilad Water Academy, as mentor. The WOP resulted in the establishment of the National Water Supply and Sanitation Training Center equipped with a water laboratory and a meter test bench. Further, 10 district metered areas were established and a NRW management program was institutionalized.

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    wop asiaOne of the aims of this WOP is to share in knoledge in Non Revenue Water (NRW) management

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    The aim of this WOP is to exchange knowledge about sanitation between operators 

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    The aim of this WOP is to improve the management of the wastewater facilities