Asset management

  • This factsheet details the WOP betweeen Belize Water Services and Contra Costa Water District (California, USA).

    In May 2009, BWS staff and the former General Manager of CCWD met at a regional Caribbean water-related meeting. This first contact led to exchanges on hand-held meter-readers and, three months later, an informal visit of Customer Service staff from Belize to shadow their peers at CCWD. In May 2010, the heads of BWS and CCWD again met informally during a NRW workshop organized by the IADB in Belize, where they discussed partnership possibilities. Soon afterwards, they asked the WOP-LAC platform to secure funds and facilitate the formalization of a WOP. 

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  • Providing an adequate water supply to Florence and Boone suburbs to satisfy present and future growth demands in a manner that accords best with geographic, economic, social and other factors. The city of Cincinnati would enlarge its utilities supply to reach larger customer base.

  • II congressReport of the II Congress of GWOPA held in Barcelona in 2013, in which the main themes treated were finance of WOPs, their results, learning approaches, capacity development for non-revenue water management, water workers, and risk reduction, besides an overview on the regional WOP platforms work, recent performance and future goals.

  •  BWSCC This case study details the WOP betweeen Belize Water Services and Contra Costa Water District (California, USA).

    In May 2009, BWS staff and the former General Manager of CCWD met at a regional Caribbean water-related meeting. This first contact led to exchanges on hand-held meter-readers and, three months later, an informal visit of Customer Service staff from Belize to shadow their peers at CCWD. In May 2010, the heads of BWS and CCWD again met informally during a NRW workshop organized by the IADB in Belize, where they discussed partnership possibilities. Soon afterwards, they asked the WOP-LAC platform to secure funds and facilitate the formalization of a WOP.

  • wop europe

    This is series 1 of 2 for the 6 Greek Municipality involved in the WOP, which aims to maximize existing infraestructure

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    wop europe

    This is series 2 of 2 for the 6 Greek Municipality which aims to  improve operational aspects and business plans 

     

  • wop africa

    The aim of this WOP is to  provide readable and accessible reports in WOPs practices.

  • wop africaThis WOP occurs on the frame work of WOP Africa strategies and actions for 2012-2013  

  • wop asia

    The aim of the WOP is te  cooperation and exchange of experiences among operators 

  • wop africa

    This WOP offer technical and management assistance for the drinking water infrastructure in Mozambique.

  • wop africa     One of the aims of this WOP is to improve SNDE's knowledge and management capacity

  • wop europe

    This is 1 of 2 series for the 5 Greek Island Municupalities involved in the WOP which aims to maximize infraestructure

  • wop europe

    This is 2 of 2 series for the 5 Greek Island Municipalities involved in the WOP which aims to maximize infraestructure

  • wop europe

    This is series 1 of 3, for the 9 operators, which aims to maximize existing infraestructure

  • wop europe

    This is series 2 of 3, for the 9 operators which aim to maximize existing infrastructure

  • wop europe

    This is series 3 of 3, for the 9 operators which aims to maximize existing infrastructure

  • wop latam

    The aim of the WOP is to to improve the management and the efficiency of the potable water and sanitation services.

  • wop latamIn 2013, Compañía Salteña de Agua y Saneamiento S.A. (Aguas del Norte) expressed its interest in collaborate through WOP partnership with Aguas Santafesinas S.A. (ASSA), with the main goal of stablishing a strong link to share knowledge, in which both are mentors and mentees, to improve the management and water operation. Both companies are active participants in WOP-LAC.

  • wop latamThe lack of experience and knowledge of Asociación Hondureña de Prestadores del Servicio de Agua Potable y Saneamiento (AHPSAS), in economic, financial and operational fields, and given the long experience of its partner Asociación Nacional de Empresas de Agua y Saneamiento de México (ANEAS) with willingness to cooperate, led them to organize, with the support of WOP-LAC, a partnership to meet and extrapolate ANEAS way of functioning to its Honduran partner. Hence, the capacity development, improving the management and strengthen knowledge of companies providing water service in Honduras, considering efficiency and accuracy goals, are the main goals.

  • wop arab

    The aim of this WOP is to improve the access to potable water and sanitation.