The SABA Water and Sanitation Experience: Boosting Impact at Global Scale (SABA+)

Projet terminé

Many countries transitioning to a higher economic status still struggle on the water and sanitation component. In countries where water supply or sanitation have been installed, aggregate outcomes tend to mask that the quality of services is poor, that inequalities are increasing and improvements in access do often not reach those groups who suffer most. Thus, new models of intervention and financing strategies are required for such countries.. Through this new initiative, and by finalizing a unique scaling-up process in Peru and replicating it in post-conflict areas of Colombia, SDC will also enrich the global debate on the fulfillment of the SDGs and the gradual exercise of the human right to water with a new model of intervention and a new financing strategy.

Pays/région Thème Période Budget
Ande
Colombie
Pérou
Eau
Santé
Eau potable et Services d'assainissement de base (WASH) (til 2016)
Assainissement d'eau
Politique du secteur de l’eau
Maladies infectieuses
Conservation des ressources en eau
01.12.2014 - 30.11.2018
CHF 7'821'136
Contexte

Despite sustained rates of ecomic growth and with many countries transitioning to a higher economic status, Latin America is still struggling on water and sanitation issues. In 2012, 36’000’000 people did not have access to drinking water and 110’000’000 people practice open defecation in Latin American rural areas.

Objectifs

To contribute to universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water and adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene in rural and post-conflict areas of the Andean Region. The international debate regarding the SDGs implementation process will be enriched.

Groupes cibles

5’800’000 people from 880 rural districts in Peru. 80’000 people from 4 municipalities of the post-conflict area in Colombia. Water and sanitation associations in Latin America and developing countries, decision makers, experts, international organizations, and water and sanitation networks.

Effets à moyen terme
  • Component A: Increase and sustain equitable water and sanitation coverage. By 2017, the SABA approach shall have been totally adopted and reproduced by local, regional and national authorities, that will finalize the coverage.
  • Component B: Capitalize, share and disseminate lessons learned from scaling up the SABA model, with an impact on sector policies.
  • Component C: Improve access to water and sanitation in rural areas of Colombia through an integral and sustainable water and sanitation model.
Résultats

Principaux résultats antérieurs:  

  • Between 2013 and2014, the SABA project has contributed to improved access to sanitation for 732’000 people and to water access for 297’000 people.
  • In 2014, over USD 120 million have been leveraged with an investment of CHF 1’818,000 in 2013.
  • Policy dialogue and knowledge exchanges have contributed to the design of the new ASIR-SABA project in Colombia; the Peruvian national plan of investment, the definition of BID rural sanitation strategy and AECID new intervention.


Direction/office fédéral responsable DDC
Crédit Coopération au développement
Partenaire de projet Partenaire contractuel
Secteur privé
Institution étatique étrangère
  • Central State of South East
  • Care International
  • Secteur privé étranger Nord
  • Sectreur privé étranger Sud/Est


Budget Phase en cours Budget de la Suisse CHF   7'821'136 Budget suisse déjà attribué CHF   7'243'220 Projet total depuis la première phase Budget y compris partenaires de projet CHF  14'673'000
Phases du projet

Phase 2 01.12.2014 - 30.11.2018   (Completed)

Phase 1 01.05.2012 - 31.08.2016   (Completed)