WASTEWATER DRAINAGE AND PROCESSING PLANT IN NIAMEY
Sector: Urban planning
Project manager: Ministry for the Environment and Sustainable Development
Estimated cost (USD): USD 50 million
Estimated cost (FCFA): FCFA 25 billion
Niamey, Niger’s capital city, is experiencing sustained growth and is increasing in size. This growth creates new needs in terms of infrastructure and services, particularly in the water and sanitation sectors in the outskirts of the city. In reality, Niger is behind in terms of direct household connections to city drains, in addition to sewer treatment plants. Every day, thousands of people suffer from diseases due to poor sanitation, such as diarrhoea illnesses, malaria, debilitating intestinal parasitic infections and other insect-related diseases.
- Installation of a domestic and industrial wastewater collect and drainage network in Niamey;
- Creation of a municipal wastewater treatment plant in Niamey;
- Preserve the environment and the eco-system.
CHARACTERISTICS OF PARTNERSHIP REQUIREMENTS
Project Design: State/Partner
Risk sharing: State/Partner