WSSSRP II Objectives

objectives

WSSSRP II provides technical assistance and matching funding to the water supply and sanitation sector. Stronger institutions and clear policy at Federal and State levels means that the money for rehabilitation and new schemes is well spent.

The specific objective of the Programme is to increase access to safe, adequate, and sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services delivery in the six EU focal States.

This entails helping reform institutions and developing policy, and in parallel, providing funds and expertise to implement water supply projects and sanitation campaigns in selected states.

The project objectives are:
1. To improve water policy and the institutional framework at federal level
2. To improve water policy and the institutional framework in the focal States
3. To support urban and small towns water institutions in the focal States to deliver sustainable water supply and sanitation services
4. To support rural water supply and sanitation institutions in the focal States to deliver sustainable water supply, sanitation and hygiene services.

Objective(1) To improve water policy and institutional framework at federal level.
Result 1a National Water Resources Bill enacted and implemented
Result 1b FMWR adopts IWRM principles in water resources management
Results 1c An national M&E system, integrated with the focal States’ is established in the FMWR.
Objective(2) To improve water policy and institutional framework in the EU focal States
Result 2a State water law is enacted and implemented
Result 2b Sector Institutions are structured in accordance with the State water law
Result 2b Sector Institutions are structured in accordance with the State water law
Result 2c Budget for sector institutions to fulfil their mandate is secured
Result 2d States adopt IWRM principles in water resources management
Result 2e Strategy for private sector participation (PSP) in the water supply and sanitation services delivery is developed and implemented
Result 2f Regular sector monitoring and review is institutionalised
Objective(3) Urban and small towns’ sector institutions are supported to deliver sustainable water supply and sanitation service.
Result 3a Management and Financial viability of Urban Water Institutions is improved
Result 3b Urban Water Works are rehabilitated and improved
Result 3c Existing but non-functional water supply schemes in small towns rehabilitated and new water supply schemes constructed
Result 3d Strategy for community-ownership and management of water supply facilities in small towns is developed and implemented
Objective(4) Rural water sector institutions are supported to deliver sustainable water and sanitation services (UNICEF Component)
Result 4a Local Government Areas’ (LGAs’) Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Units are upgraded to Departments and strengthened to implement rural water supply and sanitation programmes
Result 4b Existing but non-functional water schemes are rehabilitated and new ones constructed in rural communities
Result 4c Community-led total sanitation implemented in rural communities
Result 4d State level M&E system, integrated with the federal level system is established in the focal States (In collaboration with the TAT)