Reforming Municipal Water Supply Systems in Rural Areas of Crimea

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Project ID

Project Title

Reforming Municipal Water Supply Systems in Rural Areas of Crimea

Type

Focus Areas

Geographic Scope

Crimea (Sub-National)

Lead Organization(s)

Project Partners

Switzerland, Canada, Norway

(CIDA will continue to fund the community-based water supply projects. Negotiations with others are ongoing.)

Financing

Estimated/sought: USD 200,000

Timeframe

2005-2006

Status

Drafting Proposal

Project website(s)

Contacts

Contents

Description

Objective: Reforming the rural water supply system in Crimea based on lessons learned from 83 community-based interventions piloting alternative public service delivery mechanisms in the water sector.

Realizing the effectiveness of these systems, the Government of Crimea has requested UNDP to assist in reforming the rural water supply system in Crimea. This will include an assessment of the current system, institutional changes, capacity-building, introduction of alternative service delivery mechanisms, changes of the regulatory framework etc.

Expected Outcomes

Achievements: Results and Impact

Lessons for Replication

References

See Also

Ukraine - Lessons from Community Based Approaches in Water Supply Projects for Multi-ethnic Neighbourhoods in Crimea

External Resources

Attachments

 Crimea Municipal Water Supply Systems - concept for replication (Oct05).doc

 EU Water Initiative Building Block - Crimea Rural Water.doc

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