The training will allow participants to:
- Demonstrate the importance of Planning in setting up DWS programs and projects, with a view to the sustainable development of the sector.
- Know how to identify the scope of implementation of a planning process: time, space, existing interactions (with other sectors), operational, institutional actors, etc.
- Understand the different components and phases of the DWS sector planning process.
- Understand tariff policy issues, their role, and mechanisms.
1.General Introduction: International Context / National Context :
- Global Water Trends and Key Features
- National Water and DWS Sector
- Key Features: Governance, Players, Key Programs, Key Metrics
2.Water sector planning in general :
- Major Water Cycle
- Main uses (irrigation, AEPI, Energy, Nature (often forgotten))
- Legislative, regulatory and organizational institutional environment
3.Planning of the Drinking and Industrial Water Sector :
- Small Water Cycle
- Basic elements: Adequacy Demand for water & Water resources, urban planning, economic development, etc
- DWS Master Plan (Space/Time)
- Center Planning Process
4.Wastewater Sector Planning :
- Wastewater Sanitation Mission
- The Watershed Relevant Wastewater Treatment Planning Space
- Planning process
- Problem of rainfall sanitation
5.Important and cross-cutting topics for any planning process :
- Institutional environment (laws, regulations, organization, “governance”)
- DWS Service Management Approaches
- Financial and Pricing Policy (briefly)
- Capacity building, R&D, KM
- Involvement of users and industry stakeholders, communication/awareness
6.Water and Sanitation Service Pricing :
- Reminder of the basics: different methods of definition and calculation of the cost price…
- Pricing Policy
- DWS Tariff Components: Production, Distribution (Fixed, Variable)
- Remediation Tariff Component
- Other costs: PEP, Connection, etc.