Water and sanitation

The share of the population without access to potable water nor to a sustainable sanitation system remains high in most emerging and developing countries, with severe consequences on social development. Investments needed are immense. Large-scale private concessions put in place in the 1990’s and 2000’s have often ended up in early contract termination. Universal access to water and sanitation remains therefore a pressing challenge, calling for an innovative distribution of roles and investments among public and private actors. Nodalis’s contributions to meeting the challenge include strategic sector studies, transaction advice for public-private partnerships, contract monitoring, and supporting the improvement of service performance. 

Eau et Assainissement

Countries of intervention

The use of this map does not involve the official recognition of borders by Nodalis Conseil.

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Some references in the sector

  • Support to a private operator for the renewal of its sanitation affermage contract - Côte d'Ivoire
  • Recruitment of a Consultant for the implementation of the institutional evolution of REGIDESO after 2018 - The Democratic Republic Of The Congo
  • Support to the preparation of a proposal for the improvement of the water sector in urban area - Senegal
  • Technical Assessment of the Program for Results (PforR) relating to water & sanitation in rural areas - Senegal
  • Institutional review of the sanitation sector in DRC - The Democratic Republic Of The Congo
  • Emergency project – environmental management of urban areas (PUGEMU) – Wastewater tariff study - Benin
  • Support to the development of a strategic planning for an integrated management of water and sanitation services in Great Antananarivo - Madagascar
  • ONAS institutional strengthening for the implementation of a PPP pipeline - Tunisia
  • Rapid Institutional Networking Assessment of key actors involved in Urban Water Management of Greater Antananarivo - Madagascar
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