P-BW-EA0-001

Project Details
ID: P-BW-EA0-001 Name: NORTH-EASTERN WATER DEV. STUDY (ADF) Status: Completed Country: Botswana
Sector: Water Sup/Sanit Approval date: 15-oct-1975 Task Manager: NJUGUNA CHEGE PETER, OWAS2
Total cost: 400000
Currency: UAC
Source(s) of financing
ADF: 350000
Government: 50000
Implementing Agency: GOVERNMENT OF BOTSWANA

Objectives

The study will be divided into two phases: Phase 1 - Preliminary Studies ------------------- Projections of water demand ---------------------------- (a) Francistown : The consultant shall asseas the current projections of water demand for Francistown and forecast the effects of a decision to locate "Wet" industries there. (b) Mining Projects : Estimates of water demand associated with --------------- possible new mines should be made with assumptions as to the techniques and scale of mining operations clearly stated. (c) Rural Requirements : Rural Water requirements capable of being ------------------ economically served from proposed water sources and transfer systems ------------ should be identified. Phase 2. Project Feasibility studies --------------------------- A. Both accelerated and decelorated population growth of Francistown. B. Extension of water borne sewerage to low income areas. C. A rephasing of the proposed mining project at selkirk-Pheonix.

Description

The study will be divided into two phases: Phase 1 - Preliminary Studies ------------------- Projections of water demand ---------------------------- (a) Francistown : The consultant shall asseas the current projections of water demand for Francistown and forecast the effects of a decision to locate "Wet" industries there. (b) Mining Projects : Estimates of water demand associated with --------------- possible new mines should be made with assumptions as to the techniques and scale of mining operations clearly stated. (c) Rural Requirements : Rural Water requirements capable of being ------------------ economically served from proposed water sources and transfer systems ------------ should be identified. Phase 2. Project Feasibility studies --------------------------- A. Both accelerated and decelorated population growth of Francistown. B. Extension of water borne sewerage to low income areas. C. A rephasing of the proposed mining project at selkirk-Pheonix.

Benefits

The study will be divided into two phases: Phase 1 - Preliminary Studies ------------------- Projections of water demand ---------------------------- (a) Francistown : The consultant shall asseas the current projections of water demand for Francistown and forecast the effects of a decision to locate "Wet" industries there. (b) Mining Projects : Estimates of water demand associated with --------------- possible new mines should be made with assumptions as to the techniques and scale of mining operations clearly stated. (c) Rural Requirements : Rural Water requirements capable of being ------------------ economically served from proposed water sources and transfer systems ------------ should be identified. Phase 2. Project Feasibility studies --------------------------- A. Both accelerated and decelorated population growth of Francistown. B. Extension of water borne sewerage to low income areas. C. A rephasing of the proposed mining project at selkirk-Pheonix.

Rational

The study will be divided into two phases: Phase 1 - Preliminary Studies ------------------- Projections of water demand ---------------------------- (a) Francistown : The consultant shall asseas the current projections of water demand for Francistown and forecast the effects of a decision to locate "Wet" industries there. (b) Mining Projects : Estimates of water demand associated with --------------- possible new mines should be made with assumptions as to the techniques and scale of mining operations clearly stated. (c) Rural Requirements : Rural Water requirements capable of being ------------------ economically served from proposed water sources and transfer systems ------------ should be identified. Phase 2. Project Feasibility studies --------------------------- A. Both accelerated and decelorated po