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Tarification, recouvrement des coûts de l’eau d’irrigation et gestion de la demande en eau agricole – Cas de la Tunisie

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Le projet vise un objectif double : la réduction de la demande en eau d’irrigation dans les périmètres publics irrigués en raison de la rareté des ressources en eau disponibles (gestion de la demande) et la durabilité des infrastructures à la suite du désengagement progressif de l’Etat dans les opérations d’exploitation et d’entretien de ces  infrastructures (autonomie des organismes de gestion) par:

  •  Une tarification fondée sur le volume consommé et de niveau adéquat inciterait davantage les irrigants  à préserver les ressources;
  • Une tarification adéquate permet d’assurer des moyens financiers nécessaires au bon fonctionnement des organismes de gestion de l’eau et la durabilité des infrastructures.

 

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Implementation of a program of urban wastewater treatment: case of Morocco through the experience of ONEP

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According to the Recommendations of the Inter-ministerial Committee for Water in February 2005, a national sanitation program PNA was prepared on a national scale.

The objectives of this program are as follows for 2020:

- Completion of an overall rate of connection to the sewer system by 80% in urban areas;

- Achieving a rate of urban wastewater treatment in at least 60%.

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Implementation of the cost recovery principle in Belgium

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The Water Framework Directive transposition into national laws often resulted in far-reaching reforms of the water management sector.

It has been the case in Belgium, where a new pricing system has been put in place since 2001. It strictly applies the cost-recovery principle in order to ensure a more efficient use of water and an appropriate contribution of all sectors (households, industry, agriculture) to the financing of water services).

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Water for Work: Coupling Irrigation with Rural Water Improvements

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Combine irrigation inputs with rural water service improvements, using an outgrower irrigation model. Users receive fertilizer, seeds, and other agricultural inputs for growing high value products while receiving a water improvement equipment such as a public stand pipe. The program provides these inputs, also organizes the market, which provides the additional benefit of supply consistency, and greater sensitivity to market demand.

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