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Public Private Partnership for the construction and management

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The El Guerdane PPP irrigation project is covering financing, design, construction and management of irrigation infrastructure of an area of 10,000 ha. The project includes headworks at the Aoulouz Dam, 90 km of water water conveyance and 300 km of irrigation network. The private operator has been contracted for the delivery of 45 million m3 of water per year. The financing was provided by the state (48%), the operator (44%) and farmers (8%).

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Alliance Contracting: a governance based on co-management for an improved performance. The case of Adelaide

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The contract is based on a co-construction upstream from the project. It has been tailored according to the governance challenges.The main features are :
>  Risk-sharing with definition of target performance to drive painshare / gainshare mechanism.
>  Unanimous principle-based decision-making on all key project issues
>  Integrated project team selected on the basis of best person for each position
In Adelaide, the 5th largest Australian city, Alliance contracting is being implemented on a large scale to the water and wastewater sector.
Early 2011, the Government of the State of South Australia has awarded SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT and its subsidiary, Degrémont, in partnership with Transfield Services, a contract to supply water and waste water services to 1.1 million inhabitants in the city of Adelaide and its surrounding area.

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Ethiopian solution for sustainable management of large scale irrigation schemes

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An innovative institutional model for sustainable irrigation management of new large scale irrigation schemes was developed in Ethiopia by the Ministry of Water and Energy (MoWE). This model associates empowered water users associations responsible for the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) of the tertiary block units and a private operator competitively contracted by the Ministry to manage the primary and secondary infrastructures for a limited period of time, during which an autonomous O&M entity will be established for the long term sustainable management of the scheme. The Government retains responsibility for financing the construction of the schemes, setting the irrigation service fee and delivering extension services to the beneficiary farmers.

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