The purpose of the mission was to assess the capacity and willingness to pay of target beneficiaries for a new and improved water supply and sanitation service, to be financed by the French Development Agency (AFD) and provided by the National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) in 6 localities (Isingiro, Kabuyanda, Ruborogota, Endizi, Rushasha and Ngarama). To this end, Insuco conducted a survey of 200 households, to collect data related to the socio-economic profile of households, and to the availability, uses and quality of water sources. Particular attention was paid to gender issues in the analysis of the survey data.
The following deliverables were provided to the client:
- The survey questionnaire
- A study report presenting: the context, the survey methodology, the socio-economic profile of the beneficiaries targeted by the project, the level of access to water of the beneficiary households (sources, uses, satisfaction with quality/availability/price), the capacity and willingness to pay of the households for the new water access service proposed by the Isingiro project, an analysis of the profitability of the project