Financing Access to Basic Utilities for All .


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Outline. BackgroundOverview of Financing OptionsFinancing WSS administrations for urban poor in ZambiaConclusion. Foundation. Focal Govt. L/Authorities. . CommercialUtilities. . . . . . PSP. Administration Provision. Part Reforms - NWP 1994. Challenges after 1994 NWP. Low capital speculations Dilapidated InfrastructureLow Govt spending on water
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Financing Access to Basic Utilities for All Mobilizing Finance: Zambian Experience Sam Gonga DTF

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Overview Background Overview of Financing Options Financing WSS administrations for urban poor in Zambia Conclusion

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Background Service Provision Central Govt L/Authorities PSP Sector Reforms - NWP 1994 Commercial Utilities

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Challenges after 1994 NWP Low capital ventures Dilapidated Infrastructure Low Govt spending on water & installment of bills Tariffs not ready to meet capital costs Limited talented work force Difficulty getting to back from contributor & residential sources

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Financing WSS for urban poor – DTF Zambia Basket support for WSS Financed through govt & giver gifts Sustainable in the short to medium term Target: enhanced access of the poor to WSS Provided as awards to water utilities – no reason for poor administration conveyance Priority to peri-urban regions

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DTF: Fund Components

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DTF Funding Arrangements Agreed % DTF CPs Monthly necessities 1 Account for Project Funds (EUR) DTF Admin. Account (EUR) 3 2 GRZ Account for Project Funds (ZMK) DTF Admin. Account (ZMK) 4 CUs Investments

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Project Selection Submission of Project Proposals Call for Proposals Initial Screening Adressed to all CUs (special cases conceivable) Scope/substance of qualified activities Thresholds for venture esteem Application shapes Eligibility Completeness Detailed Assessment Review of proposed measures Review of execution ideas Review of BoQs and Cost Estimates Prioritization Financing Agreement Funding Decision Cost per Beneficiary Current WSS Situation Potential to decrease Health Risks Sustainability Risks Recommendation by DTF Management Decision taken by DTF-Committee

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Overview of Committed Funds (2006 – 2010)

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11.5 Million 46% Impact on Target Population 70% in low salary territory 2005: 3.7 Million 2015: 4.4 Million 65% DTF Program 2006 – 2010 1.0 Million No entrance to safe water Urban 2015: 2.85 Million DTF Program 2011 – 2015 1.85 Million With sufficient assets, all the urban populace can have fundamental access to sheltered and practical water supply by 2015!

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Achievements Six pilot ventures finished between 2003-2005 Cost US$450,000; recipients 120,000 Large scale financing under way: 2006/7 US$1.2M ventures, 135,000 recipients Another US$1.4M ventures for 2007

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Conclusion Increase govt spending & giver help in the short to medium term DTF compelling way to deal with serving the peri-urban territories Possible to achieve numerous peri-urban ranges by CUs utilizing DTF approach

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Thank you

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Targets for Water Supply Projects (2006 – 2010) *Assumption: 1 EUR = K 5,800

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Allocation of Funds (2006-2010)

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