National Water Development Project: Communicating the National Water Policy & Rural Water Transition Plan

Sub-Saharan Africa - Mozambique

2001-2003 | World Bank | CAD 44 000

To promote sustainable water and sanitation services, the Government of Mozambique approved its National Water Policy (NWP), and Rural Water Transition Plan (RWTP) to guide the transition process to a demand-responsive approach to the provision of basic services. Under the World Bank-funded First Water Development Project, Mozambique’s National Directorate of Water contracted Sustém Consultores Lda. and Cowater for the provision of consultancy services in the formulation of a plan to communicate the NWP and RWTP throughout the country. The communication strategy ensured that the RWTP and NWP became known to stakeholders, as well as facilitated and promoted stakeholders’ participation in their implementation.

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