Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor

Baseline assessment and recommendations for non-revenue water (NRW) reduction in Livingstone, Zambia

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Job Description

WSUP has received funding from the Pictet Group Foundation to improve sustainable access to clean water for residents of Ngwenya and Messenger low income communities of Livingstone, Southern Zambia. This will be achieved through making a contribution to strengthening the capacity of the utility, Southern Water Supply and Sanitation Company (SWSC), in Livingstone to tackle high rates of non-revenue water (NRW) caused by leakages in the network and non-payment for water used. We will do this by;
1. Repairing part of the infrastructure,
2. Introducing smart technology to monitor and manage water pressure in the system,
3. Improving metering, billing accuracy and collection,
4. and training utility staff to detect and address leakages in the system.
Improved network management will result in increased hours of supply of good quality water for residents of the low-income communities as well as ensuring there is more water in the system to benefit a wider area. The project is ongoing now, up to October 2025, targeting to reach 16,000 residents of Ngwenya and Messenger with improved or new access to clean and safe water.
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Job Summary

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Livingstone, Zambia Location
Consultancy Job Type
Salary 13000 ZMW / Month
Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor

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