In Palestinian territories, for water and sanitation sector, NGEST project was evaluated in march 2020. NGEST project aimed to provide a long-term solution to the treatment of wastewater for the Northern Governorate in Gaza and mitigate health and environmental threats to communities surrounding the effluent lake at Beit Lahia.
According to the evaluation, NGEST completion is a remarkable achievement in the difficult context of Gaza and shows good results. If relevance and effectiveness of the project are good enough, there is room for improvement regarding efficiency and impact, which are in largely linked to the situation of sludge disposal. Sustainability is still a major issue.
on the same regionVidéopublished in April 2020Institutional documentpublished in March 2020Vidéopublished in February 2020Exhibitionpublished in December 2019Evaluation documentpublished in July 2019Vidéopublished in December 2018
on the same topicVidéopublished in January 2021Research documentpublished in December 2020Institutional documentpublished in December 2020Research documentThe Institutionalization of Irrigation and the Effects thereof: the Case of the Palestinian Water User Associationspublished in November 2020Research documentpublished in November 2020Research documentConflicts and tensions over water ownership in the territory of the Urban-Rural Interface of Hampaturi, municipality of La Pazpublished in November 2020
from the same collectionEvaluation documentpublished in July 2019Evaluation documentEvaluation Summary - Mombasa Water and Sanitation Service Improvement Project (Mombasa WaSSIP), Kenyapublished in June 2019Evaluation documentEvaluation Summary - Rural infrastructure development and tourism project in Lao Cai Province, Vietnampublished in December 2018Evaluation documentpublished in December 2018Evaluation documentpublished in November 2018Evaluation documentpublished in August 2018