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TIP Matrix for cost Model “CapEx subsidized”

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Author: OLSCHEWSKI, A.
Year of Publishing: 2013
Publisher: WASHTech Project
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The following tables include an example list of tasks for the Cost Model “CapEx subsidized”.

For this example the set up was chosen as follows:
A sanitation technology is produced and delivered by local artisans and provider to user, e.g. a latrine. The process of introduction is facilitated by local NGOs. The investment costs, the CapEx are subsidized by the government, however the households, the users, have to cover the cost for minor and ma-jor repairs (OpEx and CapManEx respectively).

The example list of tasks is provided to show how a division of tasks could be organized following a CapEx subsidized approach. However for each spe-cific case the division of tasks needs to be verified and customized to the specific context.

TIP Matrix for cost Model “No subsidies”

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Author: OLSCHEWSKI, A.
Year of Publishing: 2013
Publisher: WASHTech Project
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The following tables include an example list of tasks for the Cost Model “No Subsidies”. This cost model is also known as “market based approach” and used e.g. for Self Supply.

For this example the set up was chosen as follows:
A water supply technology, e.g. a household water filter is supplied to users by the privet sector. The users cover all investment costs (CapEx) and also the costs for minor and major repairs (OpEx and CapManEx respectively). Some “software” support is provided from an investor, government and NGO for promotion and social marketing.

The example list of tasks is provided to show how a division of tasks could be organized following a market based approach. However for each specific case the division of tasks needs to be verified and customized to the specific context.

TIP (STEP 3) Framework for Technology Introduction Process – The TIP Guide TIP Guidelines

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Author: OLSCHEWSKI, A.
Year of Publishing: 2013
Publisher: WASHTech Project
Institution: Skat Foundation and WaterAid UK

This report outlines the research process that was followed to develop two tools that are useful for the WASH sector: the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) and the Technology Introduction Process (TIP). The TAF is applied to validate different technology options considered for a given context, and to thus assess possible blockages to their sustainability and scalability. The TAF, therefore, assists the local sector stakeholders to find solutions to overcome the stumbling blocks hindering provision of lasting services. The TIP is a guidance document to be used to steer the multi-stakeholder-coordinated initiation of a specific WASH technology towards a local WASH service that lasts.

Processes for strengthening the sustainability and scalability of WASH services Development of the Technology Applicability Framework and Guidance for Technology Introduction – Research Report

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Author: OLSCHEWSKI, A. and CASEY, V.
Year of Publishing: 2013
Publisher: WASHTech Project
Institution: Skat Foundation and WaterAid UK

This report outlines the research process that was followed to develop two tools that are useful for the WASH sector: The Technology Applicability Framework (TAF) and the Technology Introduction Process (TIP). The TAF is applied to validate different technology options considered for a given context, and to thus assess possible blockages to their sustainability and scalability. The TAF, therefore, assists the local sector stakeholders to find solutions to overcome the stumbling blocks hindering provision of lasting services. The TIP is a guidance document to be used to steer the multi-stakeholder coordinated initiation of a specific WASH technology towards a local WASH service that lasts.

Guide d’introduction des technologies d’eau et d’assainissement au Burkina Faso TIP Guidelines

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Author: EEA/WSA
Year of Publishing: 2013
Publisher: WASHTech Project
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Situé au coeur de l’Afrique de l’Ouest, le Burkina Faso (anciennement appelé Haute Volta) couvre une superficie de 274000 km2. Ce pays sans débouché maritime est limité au sud par la Cote d’Ivoire, le Ghana, le Togo et le Bénin au Nord et à l’Ouest par le Mali et à l’Est par Niger. Avec une population de 15.746.232 habitants en 2009 d’après les statistiques de l’INSD (Institut Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie) et un taux de croissance de la population de 8% en 2012.
Selon le rapport 2012 du PN AEPA, le taux d’accès à l’eau était de 63% en milieu rural et 84% en milieu urbain en 2012. Le taux d’accès à l’assainissement était de 27% en milieu urbain. Le secteur de l’eau et de l’assainissement dispose de plusieurs types de technologies. Ces technologies sont difficilement adoptées dans les stratégies nationales des pays Africains. Beaucoup d’entre elles ne sont pas prises en compte par les entreprises privées. La contrainte majeure pour toucher tous les acteurs du secteur semble être le manque de système pour évaluer le potentiel des technologies qui existent et le manque d’habileté pour prendre en compte de nouvelles technologies pour les mettre à l’échelle. WASHTech veut résoudre ce problème à travers la recherche sur un processus innovant pour évaluer le potentiel et la durabilité de plusieurs nouvelles technologies et concevoir des stratégies réussies pour leur mise à l’échelle. Dans ce cadre deux outils innovants à savoir le Technology Assessment Framework (TAF) et le Technology Introduction Process (TIP) ont été développés.
Ce document présente la démarche méthodologique pour l’introduction des technologies dans le domaine de l’eau et de l’assainissement dans le contexte du Burkina Faso.

Processus de Renforcement de la Durabilité et la Mise à l’Echelle des Services d’AEPHA Élaboration du Cadre de Référence des Conditions d'Application des Technologie et du Guide de Mise des Technologies sur le Marché Rapport de recherche

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Author: Olschewski, A. et Casey, V
Year of Publishing: 2013
Publisher: WASHTech Project
Institution: Skat Foundation et WaterAid

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