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Entwicklung des Wassersektors

Projekt 8/11

Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects

Standort

Botswana, South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Projektdauer

August 2010 - Oktober 2010

Leistungen

- Stakeholder consultations
- Critical assessment of actual performance
- Analysis of the impact of the project activities
- Review of the sustainability of the outputs
- Evaluation of the organisational and management set-up
- Proposing sustainable strategies for optimising interaction with Member States

Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects
Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects
Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects
Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects
Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects
Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects
Joint Final Evaluation of the Hydrogeological Mapping and Economic Accounting of Water Use Projects

Project objectives
Joint Final Evaluation of the two projects addressing their design, relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability and potential impact.

Project description

The objective of the Hydrogeological Mapping Project was to improve the understanding of groundwater occurrence within the SADC region so as to promote cooperation and better understanding of water resources planning and management.
The objective of the Economic Accounting of Water Use Project was to promote the appropriate valuing of the water resource and its use in SADC Member States, building the necessary capacity to undertake the activity and, help promote optimal water use and allocation, and strategic investments in the water sector.

Project specifics
In particular, reference was to be made to the implementation arrangements and procedures, in order to assess how effective they were in delivering the outputs, and to make recommendations for the smooth adoption of project outputs by SADC.

Services

Stakeholder consultations in selected SADC member states and with River Basins/River Basin Authorities who participated in project activities. 
Critical assessment of actual performance against the projects‘ result areas by analyzing the following key issues: 
(i) Analysis of the impact of the project activities at SADC member states level (regional coordination and capacity building); 
(ii) Review of the sustainability of the outputs or deliverables within the Member States; 
(iii) Evaluation of the organisational and management set-up of the projects and the monitoring mechanism as well as progress made in the implementation of the intervention areas in relation to the expected project outputs; 
(iv) Proposing sustainable strategies for optimising interaction with Member States, and improving ownership of the project outputs by Member States.

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