To further support the implementation of Government strategies in the water sector, the TA will (i) assess the existing O&M planning and financing procedures, institutional setup and capacities; (ii) propose alternative management arrangements, including public-private partnerships (PPPs) and public-community partnerships that would manage and operate the systems (e.g., private sector operators, NGOs, civil contractors, joint management by local government institutions, etc); (iii) propose innovative arrangement for O&M planning performance monitoring taking account of the legal implications, and contractual and financial risks; and (iv) propose alternative o&M financing to make up the difference between O&M requirements and available funding.
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|Developing Innovative Approaches to Management of Major Irrigation Systems||Mar 2009|
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