Institutional Issues/ Governance and Policy

  • imgbatch1 116Case study on utility good practices of Swaziland Water Services Corporation (SWSC) in Kingdom of Swaziland with an overview of the digital management initiative and areas to be improved in the future.

  • imgbatch2 18Document on challenges of sustainable water and sanitation management services in rural communities, through the case study of Tacotalpa, Tabasco, in Mexico. The publication describes the area of study, the problem of potable water service, and the current strategies to provide water and sanitation. The study includes an overview of the advances and challenge sin governance and success and failure cases of self-management of sustainable resources in Mexico and Latin America, including the proposal for community management of water resources.

    Document in Spanish.

  • imgbatch5 62Seminar on the regulation and management of water and sanitation services, held in Xalapa, Veracruz, July 19 and 20, 2010. The collection of 38 slides define regulation and information, forms of regulation, price regulation, and regulation of quality in services, regulation of investments, regulations of diversification, the problem of common agency, vertical and horizontal structures, and regulation a globalized economy.

    Document in Spanish.

  • wop africa

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

  • wop latamDuring the WOP regional workshop on social responsibility for water operators held in Montevideo between the 26th and the 27th of March of 2014, a conference organized by OSE, GWOPA and WOP-LAC and supported by the World Bank and AECID, were attended many representatives of operators and institutions in the water sector and sanitation from 14 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain.

    The event was aimed to find agreements in the Corporate Social Responsibility area, to identify possible twinning operators in the region and supported by WOP-LAC.

    The main aim of this WOP between Companhia de Saneamento de Minas Gerais (COPASA), from Brazil, and Servicios de Agua y Drenaje de Monterrey (SADM), from Mexico, is that the first one receives information and experiences from the second one for implementing codes of ethics and conduct.

  • wop latam

    The aim of this WOP id to improve the system maintenance

  • wop latamDuring the WOP regional workshop on social responsibility for water operators held in Montevideo between the 26th and the 27th of March of 2014, a conference organized by OSE, GWOPA and WOP-LAC and supported by the World Bank and AECID, were attended many representatives of operators and institutions in the water sector and sanitation from 14 countries in Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain.

    The event was aimed to find agreements in the Corporate Social Responsibility area, to identify possible twinning operators in the region and supported by WOP-LAC.

    The main aim of this WOP between the Empresa Pública Metropolitana de Agua Potable y Saneamiento (EPMAPS) de Quito, Ecuador, and the Companhia de Saneamento Básico do Estado de São Paulo S.A. (SABESP), is that the first one receives information and experiences from the second one for implementing codes of ethics and conduct.

  • wop latamEl WOP realizado entre la Empresa Metropolitana de Agua Potable y Saneamiento (EPMAPS) con sede en Quito, Ecuador, y la asociación de Empresas Publicas de Medellín, Colombia se inicio en 2010. En este hermanamiento, EPMAPS es el socio receptor o aprendiz, y aunque EPM es el operador mentor principal, la empresa de Acueducto y Alcantarillado de Bogotá (EAAB) y Empresas Municipales de Cali (EMCALI) también participan como socio mentor, ambas con sede en Colombia. Posteriormente EPMAPS y EPM firmaron otro convenio en 2011 para continuar con la cooperación, en este nuevo convenio solamente EPM sería el socio mentor.

  • wop latamFrom conference sessions in telemetry systems and pumping stations held in Argentina in August of 2014, there were promoted institutional strengthening programmes to water operators to improve their infrastructure management. In that sessions, the Cooperativa Ltda. de Consumo de Electricidad y Servicios Anexos de Olavarría (Coopelectric) stablished communication through COFES, the WOP platform in Argentina, its interest in developing a WOP partnership with Obras Sanitarias Mar del Plata SE (OSSE), with the wish of gaining more knowledge in the issue.

  • wop africa

    The partnership will introduce and implement this comprehensive water chain approach

  • wop africa

    This project aims to contribute to improved health of the Ghanaian people in the service areas of the Ghana Water Company Limited

  • wop asia

    The aim of this WOP is to improve drinking water supply by increasing availability and reducing climate change effects

  • wop latamThis WOP aims to ensure that there is sufficient clean drinking water.