Water and Sanitation
Discover, evaluate and know how to take advantage of all the infrastructure partnership opportunities in the Angolan Water and Sanitation sector
This conference segment exclusively dedicated to the water and sanitation sector aims to create a meeting, networking and mutual information sharing platform between all the stakeholders involved in the infrastructural development of this sector in Angola. The meeting will bring together high level officials from the Angolan Ministry of Energy and Water, senior executives and engineers from public companies and municipal governments, senior executives and engineers from companies supplying services and products to the water and sanitation infrastructure and financial environment institutions involved in the sector. The participants will receive information regarding development plans and action policies, will evaluate the latest regulatory and legal changes, discuss solutions and needs and identify partnership opportunities. The objective is to enable all participants to take successful advantage of all the partnership opportunities
Water sector development until 2016
The Angolan Government undertook to carry out a strong and decisive effort in order to expand and rehabilitate the country’s water and sanitation infrastructure. In this respect and according to the sector’s development plan until 2016, the expected investment is valued at USD 4000 million. The execution of this plan involves three phases: rehabilitation, reinforcement of the water supply system to the province capitals and water supply to rural areas.
- Contingency plan for Luanda Province: it involves the execution of additional operations to reinforce water supply systems to Dundo and Saurimo, the preparation of studies, construction and establishment of a compact water treatment plant in Capiri, in the new centre of Dande, Bengo Province and the rehabilitation and duplication of the water distribution centre in Maianga, Luanda.
- Rehabilitation and reinforcement of Lubango’s Water Supply System: rehabilitation of all aspects of the water supply system, namely catchment, adduction, storage and distribution network. Increase in household connections and public drinking fountains. Preparation of waste water network rehabilitation projects. The project will be managed by Gauff Engineering and financed by the credit agency Ausfurkredltgeschaft (Germany).
- Rehabilitation and reinforcement of Namibe’s Water Supply System: rehabilitation of all aspects of the water supply system, namely catchment, adduction, storage and distribution network. Increase in household connections and public drinking fountains. Partial rehabilitation of the waste water network and construction of a waste water treatment plant. The project contractor is CEIEC (Republic of China) and will be financed by China’s Credit Line.
- Project to upgrade the cities of Sumbe, Porto Amboim and Gabela: the cities are located in the Cuanza Sul Province and the works will be carried out by Brazilian group Odebrecht. The project will favour the rehabilitation of the drinking water supply systems. The period established for completion of the contract is 21 months and it is valued at USD 51 million.
- Rehabilitation of hydrometric stations: emergency reestablishment of 30 hydrometric stations. The project is financed by the Support Fund Approved for Water Sector Projects.
- Water supply system to the city of Sumbe, financed by AFDB: this project entails the rehabilitation and expansion of the water supply and sanitation system in Sumbe, more precisely the installation of supply infrastructure, the rehabilitation of the sanitation system, sanitation systems in schools, health centres, markets and public areas. The investment is valued at USD 36 million.
- World Bank’s sector development support project: the project shall run for 7 years and is estimated to cost USD 113.2 million. The governments of China, Brazil, Spain and Germany will finance additional activities.
- Know the short, medium and long term development plans and evaluate all the associated opportunities.
- Know everything about the development state and impact of master plans.
- Evaluate in detail all the constraints and requirements for PPP in the water and sanitation sector.
- Discover all the opportunities within the scope of household connections, urban and rural distribution networks and the rehabilitation of the hydrometric network.
- Contact the sector’s decision-makers in Angola.
- Mr. Lucrécio Costa, National Water Supply and Sanitation Director, Angolan Ministry of Energy and Water
- Mr. Manuel Quintino, National Hydro Resources Director, Angolan Ministry of Energy and Water
- Dr. António Quaresma, Head Supply, Angolan Ministry of Energy and Water
- Dr. Adolfo Elias Gomes, Regional Director, Huambo Energy and Water, Angolan Ministry of Energy and Water
- Dr. Mateque Pisaterra, Institutional Relations Director, EPAL, Luanda Water Company, Angola
- Mr. Armindo Gomes da Silva, GABHIC – Office of the Cunene River Hydrographical Basin, Angola