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Sewering Addis Ababa.
The purpose of this project is to design a sewage and flood refief system for the capital of Ethiopia.
May 2011 - December 2013
Charity information: Clean Rivers Trust
Addis Ababa has no sewage system except into rivers and streams. It also suffers floods in the Little and Great Rains. The health and environmental issues are great and need addressing.
The planning and scoping of this project will allow for a good understanding of not just volumes, but types and strenghs of waste that will need to be treated. This will both save time and money when it comes to the construction of the civil works.
Explore the waste waters of the capital and characterise the worst constituent parts.
Activities» Outline a propsed sewage system and flood control mechanism. Carry this out with full consultation.
What success will look like
Success will be... to produce the outline for the development of the sewage collection and treatment, and flood relief scheme coimplete and the buildind started.
Improve the 3.2 million residents' health and general environmental benifit.
The risks that attend this project are few, the only probles is the charaterisations being incomplete. The aid of the city's authority will help avoid this situation.
Reporting to the donors will be by e-mail and through the web site.
Budget - Project Cost: £150,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £25,000 fares air travel £45,000 subsist accomodation and food £15,000 kit materials/paper/surveying £30,000 sal payments for work £10,000 comp computing £15,000 office work/meeting accomodation £10,000 trans transport/contingency
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Ethiopian Ministry of Water £70,000 Conditional
Work between Addis Ababa and UK Newark and Derby
Population of Addis Ababa population 3.4 million people.
Clean Rivers Trust has developed a close relationship with civil servants and others in the Ministry of water and other authorities.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mike is an architect and town planner specialising over 30 years in this field.
Harvey has personal knowledge of the city and country.