- Executive Directors
- Exploitation Directors
- Financial Directors
- Executive Officers
Why follow this training
The Water for All Chair offers thematic specialized sessions.
- They bring together industry experts and are open to any water and sanitation professional.
- Come and learn about the operational management of your unit and the operating processes, acquire new practices and new tools.
- Innovate and upgrade your knowledge in the perspective of the evolution of your career.
- Restructure your teams and equip your employees with new practices and organizations to support the reform of the sector.
- Lead your drinking water or sanitation service towards excellence in continuity, quality, sustainability and accessibility.
OBJECTIVES OF THE MODULE:
- Analysis of sectoral architectures and reform issues
- Understanding the types and success factors of PPPs
- Pricing analysis as a regulatory tool
- Analyze the institutional and contractual context of the service, the framework of the relations with the authorities and the customers
- Know the possible patterns of organization of the responsibilities of a service (ownership, operation and maintenance, asset management, regulation), the actors involved, their links (contractual, regulatory, or implicit), the financial circuits
- Demonstrate interest in developing partnerships in the articulation of urban and peri-urban.
- Understand the tools of the regulation (regulation of the performance and the tariff).
- Analyse the institutional and contractual context of the service and the different modes of contracting with local / national authorities, private operators of different sizes and user associations
- Learn the various ways service duties can be organized (cleaning, running and maintenance; asset management; regulation), stakeholders and how they interact (contractual, regulatory, or implicit), financial circuits.
- Illustrate why it is important to develop urban/peri-urban partnerships (also valid for secondary cities)
- Understand regulatory tools: contracts, performance indicators, rates
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) and the reform of water and sanitation services:
- Contracts and risks. Motivations for reform
- Case study in groups on organizational models and stages of reform
Peri-urban areas and small towns: contracting with small private operators:
- Work on three standard contracts used to manage small town services
- The use of small private operators in the case of Mozambique and Cambodia / Laos
- Conclusions on regulatory tools.
Pricing crucial to institutional and contractual relations:
- The main functions, the types of contracts, key performance indicators
- Pricing: Principles of analysis in terms of equity / efficiency
- Comparison of three case studies. Pro-poor pricing
- Understand the key factors leading to a success PPP
- Analyze the tariff system as a regulation tool
- Public-private partnerships for urban water utilities : a review of experiences in developing countries; Marin P.; World Bank & PPIAF, 2009 – https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/bitstream/handle/10986/2703/53017.pdf?sequence=6
- Tapping the Markets: Opportunities for Domestic Investments in Water and Sanitation for the Poor; Sy J. and Warner R. with Jamieson J.; World Bank; 2014.
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