Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Consolidation Project

The objective of this project is to improve the quality of public health by consolidating the impact and sustainability of benefits from the new, improved water supply infrastructure in NW Upolu and SE SavaI’i.

Client:

Samoa Water Authority

Location:

North-East Upolu & South-West Savai’i, Samoa

Funded by:

European Union, 9th EDF

Project Period:

December 2004 – February 2007


Project Description:

The objective of this project is to improve the quality of public health by consolidating the impact and sustainability of benefits from the new, improved water supply infrastructure in NW Upolu and SE SavaI’i. Expected results include: delivery of treated metered water to rural villagers, increased income and improved financial viability of the Samoa Water Authority, development of water-wise community, and an assessment of sanitation and wastewater needs in the project areas Activities include investigation, design and implementation of sub-mains and household connections, leak detection and remedial measures, community outreach programmes and household surveys.

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