World Bank/Federal Ministry of Water Resources: 1 st National Urban Water Sector Reform Project

About Project:

The 1 st National Urban Water Sector Reform Project is a World Bank assisted project
implemented by the Federal Ministry of Water Resources and State Water Utility
Agencies in Kaduna, Ogun and Enugu. The project spanned from 2004 to 2013. The
project covered four components:

  • Component 1: Rehabilitation and Network Expansion
  • Component 2: Public Private Partnership
  • Component 3: Capacity Building and Project Management
  • Component 4: Policy Reform and Institutional Development

VIPCG was contracted to conduct a Beneficiary Impact Assessment across the
participating states and to produce a Borrower Completion Report in fulfillment with
the requirements of the World Bank’s Terms. The objective of the Beneficiary Impact
Assessment was to determine the extent to which the Project achieved its intended
impact from the beneficiaries in the localities where the project was implemented. The
objective of the Borrower’s Completion Report was to undertake a project completion
review for Federal and State Project Implementation Units and develop a report that
details the achievement of project outcomes, project impacts, project execution
activities, lessons learned, financial, procurement, M&E, Engineering and Safeguards
management reports, and the issues and challenges of project implementation and how
they were addressed.

STATEMENT OF WORK COMPLETED:

Beneficiary Impact Study
A survey questionnaire was developed and presented to the National Project Office for
review, input and approval. Thereafter visits were scheduled to the various Water
Boards/Corporations in the three States. Surveyors visited every location in each State
and interviewed and administered the questionnaires to as many as 250 people per
location. The Surveys were administered by a minimum of three surveyors per location.
A total of 55 surveyors conducted the surveys over a period of 5 work-days.
We then developed a report detailing improvements supply of Water from the Water
Agency, number of new connection to the SWAs, quality and supply of water and other
success elements.

Borrower Completion Report
We conducted a project completion review for implementation Agencies and developed
report detailing achievement of project outcomes, project impacts, project execution
activities, lessons learned, financial, procurement, M&E, Engineering and Safeguards
management reports, and the issues and challenges of project implementation with
modes via which they were addressed. The work involved:

1. Compilation and analysis of relevant project information by project component and sub-
component for Federal Project Implementation Unit (FPIU) and State Project
Implementation Units (SPIUs) of Enugu, Kaduna and Ogun State Water
Board/Corporation.

2. Organization and preparation of the zero draft of Borrowers Completion Report for FPIU
and SPIUs of Enugu, Kaduna and Ogun State Water Board/Corporation.

Posted on:

January 1, 2014

Client:

World Bank/Federal Ministry of Water Resources. January 2014-April 2014

PROJECT STAFF

S/N STAFF MEMBER ROLE ON THE PROJECT

1 Vicky Idoko-Pope
Lead Consultant

2 Olushola John E.
2 nd Lead Consultant, Institutional Reform Specialist and organization

Project Manager

3 Patrick Ini
1 st Lead, Beneficiary Impact Survey

4 Austin Obida
2 nd Lead, Beneficiary Impact Survey, report Writing

5 Various Surveyors in each State

PROJECT REFERENCE

Engr. Benson Ajisegiri,
National Project Director, National Urban Water Sector Reform Project

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