WOP: ONEE and ONEA
July 30, 2014
This WOP exemplified ONEA's commitment to improve access to safe drinking water and sanitation
GENERAL WOP INFORMATION
July 01, 2014 - July 07, 2016
Was the code of conduct followed?
Did the operators sign a formal partnership agreement?
Corporate social responsibility
PARTNERS AND THEIR INPUTS
Other supporting organizations
Islamic Development Bank
AMCI (Moroccan Agency)
Total cost of WOP ($)
THEMES AND OBJECTIVES
- Waste water collection and treatment
- Water quality management
-To improve water quality in the two most important reservoirs, by reducing eutrophication and setting/up better monitoring tools and methods.
-To upgrade the treatment capacity and efficiency of two drinking water treatment plant (the Ziga unit and the Paspanga unit
-To level up the quality of analysis of the central laboratory in Ouagadougou
-To improve the monitoring process of water quality in supply network
What types of activities were carried out to help develop operator capacity?
- Joint planning or work
- On the job training
Describe WOPs activities
The WOP was launched with a focus on improving raw water quality in catchment areas. A diagnostic visit was conducted by ONEE in April 2013, leading to a joint assessment of needs. A two-year work plan was developed and approved by all partners in January 2014. The framework agreement was signed in January 2015.
Before the WOP officially started ONEA purchased some of the suggested material (rubber boat, sampling equipment), buffer zones around reservoir (stone delimitation and tree planting), three new ponds for fish nursery under construction.