• From 31 January to 6 February 2015 three experts from National Water and Sewerage Company (NWSC) of Uganda will travel to Plateau State Water Board (PSWB) in Nigeria to carry out an evaluation of PSWB Performance Improvement Plan (PIP). The PIP was jointly developed by NWSC, the mentor, and PSWB, the mentee during the diagnostic visit of NWSC to PSWB in March 2014, and then reviewed during the benchmarking visit of PSWB to NWSC in June 2014. The aim of the PIP is to enhance the organizational and operational performance of PSWB with a particular focus on the reduction of Non Revenue Water.

    The objective of the evaluation is to assess progress made as regard to the PIP implementation and changes occurred, and to identify difficulties met and lessons learned as well as make further recommendations for PSWB performance improvement. These partnership activities between the two water operators are funded by the African Water Facility of the African Bank for Development through the WOP Africa program of the African Water Association (AfWA).

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    Du 31 Janvier au 6 Février 2015 trois experts de National Water and Sewerage Company (NWSC) de l'Ouganda visiteront Plateau State Water Board (PSWB) au Nigeria pour une évaluation du Plan d'Amélioration des Performances (PAP) de PSWB. Le PAP a été développé conjointement par NWSC, le mentor et PSWB, le mentee durant la visite diagnostic de NWSC à PSWB en mars 2014, et revu par la suite pendant la visite benchmarking de PSWB à NWSC en juin 2014. Le PAP vise à améliorer les performances organisationnelles et opérationnelles de PSWB avec un accent particulier sur la réduction des pertes liées à l'Eau Non Facturée.

    La mission d'évaluation intervient pour déterminer les progrès réalisés relativement aux activités du PAP et les changements qui en sont ressortis, pour identifier les difficultés rencontrées dans sa mise en œuvre ainsi que les leçons apprises, et formuler de nouvelles recommandations pour une meilleure performance de PSWB. Ces activités de partenariat entre les deux opérateurs d'eau sont financées par la Facilité Africaine de l'Eau de la Banque Africaine de Développement dans le cadre du programme WOP Africa de l'Association Africaine de l'Eau (AAE).

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  • wop africaPlateau State Water Board (PSWB) is one of the Key implemention Agencies of Plateau State Ministry of Water Resources and Energy (MWR&E)

  • The WOP between Bauchi State Water & Sewerage Corporation (Bauchi, Nigeria) and Taraba State Water Supply Agency (Nigeria, Jalingo) was established in September 2014 for a duration of 2 months with the objective to strengthen the capacity of the mentee in the areas of business planning, financial management, customer relations, communication, billing and collection operations. Additionally, this WOP aimed to improve non-revenue water and water loss.

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  • The WOP between the Nairobi City Water & Sewerage Company (Kenya) and Enugu State Water Corporation (Nigeria) was initiated in September 2014. Its main objective was to enhance organizational and operational performance of Enugu State Water Corporation with a particular focus on improving Billing and Collection, Human Resource Management and the reduction of Non-Revenue Water.

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  • wop africaOgun State Water Corporation (OGSWC) of Nigeria and the National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) of Ugandasigned a Memorandum of Understanding in June 2012, in which both Corporations agreed to work and consult each other on ways and means of enhancing performance. The main objectives of this WOP consisted in reducing water losses, enhancing metering and meter management as well as improving GIS and customer mapping.

  • wop africaThe main objective of this WOP between the National Water & Sewerage Corporation (NWSW) of Uganda and the Plateau State Water Board (PSWB) of Nigeria was to enhance the organizational and operational performance of PSWB with a particular focus on the reduction of Non Revenue Water.

  • The WOP between the Ogun State Water Corporation (Abeakuta, Nigeria) and the Ondo State Water Corporation (Akure, Nigeria) was initiated in September 2014. Its main objective aimed at strengthening the organizational and operational performance of Ondo State Water Corporation with a particular focus on improving Billing and Collection and Non-Revenue Water and Water Loss.

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