Output-to-purpose review of the DFID Water Sector Development Project, China
WEDC staff involved
Beijing, Liaoning and Gansu Provinces to look at Water Resources Demand Management, Sichuan and Yunnan to look at Rural Water Supply and Sanitation
Annual monitoring of the £6.7 million 3 year water sector development project, operating in 4 provinces in China, concerning improved access to rural water supply and sanitation services in 2 provinces – Sichuan and Yunnan. Also comprising development and dissemination of effective approaches and methodologies for sustainable access and use of water resources in 2 provinces – Liaoning and Gansu.
Services provided by WEDC included: an output to purpose review (OPR) to be conducted at the end of the first phase of the project to review the progress of the first phase – during which time case study demonstration models have been developed – to trigger approval process for phase 2. The OPR should provide recommendations as to the appropriate scope of work for phase 2.