The Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa (SUWASA) is a program funded by the U.S.
Agency for International Development (USAID). SUWASA implemented a two-year reform
project to improve the delivery of water and sanitation services to the urban areas of Ebonyi
State, Nigeria. SUWASA’s intervention is targeted at addressing a wide range of challenges that
prevent the Ebonyi State Water Corporation (EBSWC) from providing adequate water and
sanitation services to its population.
In a bid to provide support performance improvement programmes in EBSWC by nurturing and
building the capacity of top management through collaborative management of organizational
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.