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MOZAMBIQUE: Greater Maputo Water Supply Demand and Willingness to Pay Assessment

Conducting household surveys to better understand current water demand, which improve forecasts of future demand. It includes an investigation of capacity and clients' willingness to pay.

The Government of Mozambique (GoM) is in the development phase of a PPP transaction for the operation of the Maputo water utility and required additional data to verify assumptions.   The objective of the planned study is to conduct household surveys to better understand current water demand, which in turn, will allow the future demand to be better forecasted. This includes investigation into capacity and willingness to pay. This will be critical to develop realistic performance targets for the proposed PPP arrangement in the Maputo Water System as well as informing the Master Plan for the sector.
 

Related Resources

    • 2011
    • Carolina Dominguez-Torres, Cecilia Briceño-Garmendia
    • PPIAF, World Bank Group (WBG)

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