Mauritania

Commitments from the 2014 High Level Meeting

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Progress Overview

Total: 6 Commitments

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Political Prioritization

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Evidence-Based Decision Making

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Country Processes

Commitments

Progress Stage

Priority Area

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Public financing of sanitation and clean water projects by means of counterpart funding totalling 10% to 15% of global funding.

2015
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Political Prioritization

Financing

Milestones of Progress:

Every new project benefits from public financing of 10% to 15% of the overall cost.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 This commitment will be fulfilled.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some Influence

Continue the recruitment and capacity building process.

2015
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National Planning Processes

Capacity (incl. HR)

Milestones of Progress:

Five professional engineers recruited.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 This commitment will be fulfilled.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some Influence

Strengthen international monitoring through annual data communication on the sector's results in order to feed into global reports such as GLAAS and JMP.

2015
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Evidence Based Decision Making

Global Monitoring

Milestones of Progress:

 Data available.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 This commitment will be fulfilled.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some Influence

Plan the provision of 450 new clean water supply systems in rural areas.

2015
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National Planning Processes

Policy and Plans

Milestones of Progress:

Creation of five new networks for Access to Drinking Water (AEP) and 84 drilling of operational boreholes.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 This commitment will be fulfilled.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some Influence

Plan the provision of family sanitation in 1,500 new areas and the construction of more than 500 public latrines.

2015
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National Planning Processes

Policy and Plans

Milestones of Progress:

 Construction of 7000 family latrines for 600 villages.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 This commitment will be fulfilled.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some Influence

Harmonise and coordinate water and sanitation sector interventions by unifying planning and centralising it within the Ministry of Hydraulics and Sanitation, establishing a system of regular consultation.

2015
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National Planning Processes

Coordination and Alignment

Milestones of Progress:

Clarification of the context of government intervention in the Sector exposed in two decrees from the Prime Minister relating to the issues of harnessing surface water and dams construction. It is also requested in this context that all measures taken by another department or partner should be validated by the Ministry of Water Resources and Sanitation (MHA) and implemented by delegation of project management.



Steps Remaining to Fully Achieve:

 This commitment will be fulfilled.



Likely to Achieve for 2016?

Yes, likely


Influence of 2014 HLM on progress of commitment:

Some Influence

Update Submitted By

  • Name: Lavdal Ould Dadde: Advisor to the Ministry of Water Resources and Sanitation.

Stakeholders who participated in the progress review

  • Lavdal Ould Dadde, Lavdal Ould Dadde, Advisor to the Ministry of Water Resources and Sanitation. Mohamed Ould Jiddou, Head of Directorate for Programming, Monitoring and Evaluation, Ministry of Water Resources and Sanitation. Mohamed Moctar O Moct, Director of Water Resources, Ministry of Water Resources and Sanitation. Ahmed Weddady, Director of Sanitation, Ministry of Water Resources and Sanitation. Ousseinou Mai, Chief of WASH Programme,