Presentations, biographies des conferenciers et programme pour la conférence sur les partenariats public-privé, tenue du 5 au 8 juin 2012

14 juin 2012

CONFERENCE SUR LES PARTENARIATS PUBLIC-PRIVÉ
5-8 juin 2012
Dakar, Sénégal

Thème
Accélérer l’accès à l’eau et à l’assainissement en Afrique subsaharienne
Intensifier la participation du secteur privé

Co-organisateurs
La Société financière internationale (IFC)
L’Agence de Conseil pour l'Infrastructure Publique-Privée (PPIAF)
Le Programme Eau et Assainissement (WSP)
Le Consortium pour les infrastructures en Afrique (ICA)

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PROGRAMME

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BIOGRAPHIES DES CONFERENCIERS

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PRESENTATIONS

 

JOUR 0 | JOURNEE DE FORMATION

ACCÉLÉRER L’ACCÈS À L’EAU ET À L’ASSAINISSEMENT : INTENSIFIER LA PARTICIPATION DU SECTEUR PRIVÉ EN AFRIQUE SUB-SAHARIENNE
FORMATION I. FONDAMENTAUX SUR LES PPP

Elan CUSIAC-BARR | Senior Investment Officer | IFC

PPP IN WATER AND SANITATION - DON’T BELIEVE THE HYPE
Jane JAMIESON | Senior Industry Specialist | IFC

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN WATER - CONTRACTS
Victoria DELMON | Senior Counsel | World Bank

SQUEEZING OUT THE DROP$
IMPROVING WATER UTILITY EFFICIENCY THROUGH PERFORMANCE-BASED INVESTMENT

Patrick MULLEN | Principal Water & Sanitation Specialist | IFC

RISK MITIGATION INSTRUMENTS IN PPP PROJECTS
Luigi DE PIERRIS | Initiative for Risk Mitigation in Africa | African Development Bank

IMPLEMENTATION OF A PPP TRANSACTION IN THE RURAL WATER SECTOR IN UGANDA
David Bot Ba NJOCK | Investment Officer | IFC

CASE STUDY ON NEW CAIRO WASTEWATER PROJECT
Malak DRAZ RUIZ DE VELASCO | Investment Officer | IFC

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN WATER - CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AND REGULATION
Victoria DELMON | Senior Counsel | World Bank

PPP –6 POINTS ON PARTNERSHIP TRAINING SESSION 4: INSTITUTIONS AND CONTRACT MANAGEMENT
Jemima SY | Business Area Leader, Domestic Private Sector | Water & Sanitation Programme (WSP)

 

JOUR 1 | SESSION 1

CURRENT STATUS OF PPPS IN THE WATER AND SANITATION SECTOR
Edouard PERARD | Water Coordinator | Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility

REFORMING WATER UTILITIES IN WESTERN & CENTRAL AFRICA
LESSONS LEARNED IN SMALL TOWNS AND RURAL GROWTH AREAS

Matar FALL | Lead Water & Sanitation Specialist | World Bank

CAN PUBLIC POLICY BE IMPLEMENTED BY THE PRIVATE SECTOR?
Jemima SY | Business Area Leader, Domestic Private Sector | WSP

WATER AND SANITATION IN AFRICA: TRENDS, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Ousman GAJIGO | Economist | African Development Bank

 

JOUR 1 | SESSION 3

CASE STUDY ON NEW CAIRO WASTEWATER PROJECT
Malak DRAZ RUIZ DE VELASCO | Investment Officer | IFC

PROJET BOT AS SAMRA RETOUR D’EXPÉRIENCE
Philippe THIEL | BOT Business Manager | Degramont

WATER HEALTH INTERNATIONAL
Sameer MITHAL | Global Head of Business Development | Water Health International

SMALL DRINKING WATER SUPPLY NETWORKS AND ORIGINAL PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN BURKINA FASO : THE EXPERIENCE OF A PRIVATE OPERATOR AFTER THREE YEARS OF MANAGEMENT
Christophe LEGER | Technical and Development Manager | Vergnet Hydro

 

JOUR 2 | SESSION 4

PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION IN THE UGANDA WATER SECTOR: PAST, PRESENT FUTURE OF SMALL-TOWN WATER SUPPLY
Dominic KAVUTSE | Commissioner | Urban Water & Sewage Services | Uganda Ministry of Water & Environment

1960-2012 ETAT DE COTE D’IVOIRE – SODECI L’EXEMPLE D’UN PARTENARIAT PUBLIC-PRIVÉ RÉUSSI
Basile EBAH | Director General | Société de Distribution d'Eau de la Côte d'Ivoire (SODECI)

DÉVELOPPEMENT DE L’ACCÈS À L’EAU POTABLE EN MILIEU RURAL AU SÉNÉGAL
Diène FAYE | Director | Hydraulique Rurale

 

JOUR 2 | SESSION 5

AUGMENTATION DE L’EFFICIENCE : AFFERMAGE DE L’EAU AU SÉNÉGAL
Mamadou DIA | Director General | Sénégalaise des Eaux

SERVICES OF MANAGEMENT CONTRACTOR (LORI, SHIRAK, NOR AQUNK)
Gary L. STOUT | International General Director | MVV decon | MVV Energie | AEG Service

MIYA URBAN WATER EFFICIENCY: PERFORMANCE-BASED NON-REVENUE-WATER (NRW) CONTRACTS IN SOUTH AFRICA
Ariel MOSHKOVITZ | General Manager | Miya EMEA

PRIVATE OPERATORS DELIVERING PERFORMANCE AND EFFICIENCY FOR WATER-USERS AND PUBLIC AUTHORITIES
Xavier MAITREROBERT | Senior Water Adviser | AquaFed

 

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Renseignements associés

 

About the ICA Water Platform

ICA was launched at the G8 Gleneagles summit in 2005, with the mission to help improve the lives and economic well-being of Africans by supporting increased investment in infrastructure in Africa, from public and private sources. As part of ICA’s work in fostering coordination on a sector level, a Water Platform (WP) was launched in May 2011 and led by Germany. The WP facilitates matchmaking between ICA Members and African Stakeholders in the Water Sector, including regular dialogue to encourage joint investment activities.

 

ICA Water Platform Objectives:

  • Scale up finance for sustainable water infrastructure in Africa from public, private and public-private sources.
  • Identify and facilitate bankable water-related projects, with a focus on regional projects.
  • Facilitate dialogue on financing between African stakeholders, development partners and the private sector to promote best practices, remove bottlenecks and facilitate regional Water Infrastructure Programs and member initiatives.
  • Facilitate greater co-operation (in alignment with African priorities, e.g. African Water Vision 2025, Sharm-El Sheik Declaration) among ICA members, relevant initiatives and partnerships, and other important sources of water infrastructure finance, via regular Water Platform Meetings, support of the AMCOW work plan and matchmaking activities.

 

A voir aussi

ICA Water Platform Flyer/Brochure

ICA webpage for ICA Water Sector

 


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