TPP Fact Sheets

TPP Fact Sheets

Find here two-page factsheets on different peri-urban and small-town management models for water supply and sanitation in Ghana

WSDB with private operator: Introduction in Tumu.

This factsheet describes the Management Model of WSDB Management with Private Sector Participation (PSP), which is increasingly gaining popularity among policy makers for the management of complex Small Town Water Systems in Ghana. It describes the process of introducing the Model in Tumu, located in one of the three poorest regions of Ghana, and draws lessons for the application of the Model.

The community public-private partnerships in the three districts water supply scheme

This factsheet describes the Management Model applied in the Three District System in the Dangme East, Dangme West and North Tongu Districts in Ghana. This is a unique case, in which water is provided through a community managed system to a total of 129 rural and small town communities. This fact sheet describes the Model in theory and in practice. This factsheet also throws lights on the challenges and the application of this Model.

WSDB with private operator: Bekwai and Atebubu

This fact sheet gives an introduction to Public-Private Partnerships in small town water management in Ghana. It gives a description of the management model in theory and assesses it in the cases of Atebubu and Bekwai. Furthermore, it gives an overview of the challenges related to this model and how it works.

WSDBs without Watsans: Asesewa and Asiakwa

This factsheet describes one of the variants of the community management model for ensuring delivery of water to small town communities. It is the Direct WSDB Management Model, without WATSANS. In addition to a presentation of a general description of the Model, two specific cases of Asesewa and Asiakwa in the Eastern Region, where the Model has been applied are highlighted. Finally, the factsheet describes the applicability of the Model.

Direct WSDB management

This fact sheet describes the Direct WSDB Management Model.towns presents the cases of Abokobi and Pantang, where the model is applied. Finally, the factsheet deals with the main challenges related to the application of the management model. This is the most widely applied Water Management Model for smallwith a population ranging between 2,000 and 50,000 in Ghana.

Bulk Water Savelugu

This fact sheet describes the Bulk Supply Model applied in Savelugu, as an example of a Community-Utility Partnership Model. It describes the model, in theory and in practice, including the challenges, and the areas and conditions for its application. It presents the model as an option for improving and extending provision from official providers to the underserved.

Tanker services

This fact sheet provides an introduction to the evolution of Tanker Water Supply Services in Ghana. It describes the feasibility of using Tanker Water Supply, as an alternative supply mechanism for the urban poor, who do not have a direct connection to the utility mains. This fact sheet, specifically, looks at the case of the AVRL Tanker Supply Project in selected parts of Accra.