non-revenue water

Project

Management Engineering Services Contract

The National Water Strategy 2016 - 2025 prepared by the Jordan Ministry of Water and Irrigation (MWI) states that Non Revenue Water (NRW) is one of the major issues that impact the water supply availability in Jordan. MWI placed NRW reduction as one of their highest priorities to sustain the water sector in the medium to long-term and maintain adequate resources to meet future demands. Reduction of NRW is also important at the utility level.

Final Report

Water Infrastructure Support and Enhancement for Lebanon (WISE-Lebanon) – Final Report

The Water Infrastructure Support and Enhancement for Lebanon (WISE-Lebanon) program was a highly successful three-year infrastructure and capacity building project (2012–2015) funded by USAID that improved water services for thousands of Lebanese citizens and a large Syrian refugee population living in towns and villages throughout Lebanon while also contributing to the capacity and performance of regional water and wastewater utilities.

Evaluation

Midterm Evaluation – USAID/Jordan Water Management Initiative (WMI)

Jordan is recognized as one of the ten most water deprived countries in the world. Domestic water use in Jordan is among the lowest in the world, and barely meets basic household needs for sanitation, cooking, and cleaning. The influx of Syrian refugees living in host communities and refugee camps is further draining the limited water supply.

Report

Using Performance-Based Contracts to Reduce Non-Revenue Water in Philippine Water Districts

Performance contracting provides a more effective means of incentivizing contractors to reduce non-revenue water (NRW) than traditional public sector, input-based, contracting can achieve. Water districts in the Philippines can use the currently unrealized value of NRW from leakage and inaccurate metering to finance the specialized expertise and equipment needed to reduce water losses.

Video

Cagayan de Oro Water District Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction Program

The Cagayan de Oro Water District (COWD) launched its Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction Program in Cagayan de Oro City on January 13, with the presence of representatives from the Department of Public Works and Highways, USAID Philippines, and the Coca Cola Foundation. The program was developed in efforts to reduce water losses and control leaks, and improve and extend water supply and services to more people.