WOP: CPAS and GIAH
The aim of this WOP is to improve the watertreatment infraestructure
GENERAL WOP INFORMATION
July 01, 2008 -
Was the code of conduct followed?
Did the operators sign a formal partnership agreement?
- Corporate social responsibility
- New opportunities/challenges for employees
PARTNERS AND THEIR INPUTS
Total number of water operator professionals/staff involved in WOP (from all participating operators)
Percent at managerial level
Estimate the person-days the mentor(s) invested in the WOP
Type of support
Total cost of WOP ($)
THEMES AND OBJECTIVES
- Customer relations
- Expanding services to low income households
- Public awareness and promotion of water services
- Waste water collection and treatment
- Water quality management
Organize a water management institution in Solentiname, Nicaragua
What types of activities were carried out to help develop operator capacity?
- Classroom training
- Online training
Describe WOPs activities
There are many training workshops with users to educate them in water management practices, construction and maintenance of family cisterns or handling of filters to ensure water quality.
Describe the overall results
It has become aware of the poor quality of the water the people of Solentiname were taking. So They have found alternative solutions as part of their natural habitat as is the collection of rainwater. Finally population is empowered and have themselves can build these systems and that can manage, for example through water committees.
Which factors had a positive influence on the success of your WOP?
- Accurate identification of capacity needs
- Suitable timeframe
Which factors impeded the success of your WOP?