Feasibility study – Mobile water treatment technologies for distribution of safe drinking water around town of Badrshein, Abu Sir province, Egypt
- Identification number: PP-2022-011-DO-25030
- Total anticipated budget: 789 560 CZK
- Implementation period: 2022
- Project location: Other
- Sector: Projects implemented under the B2B programme
- Grant, public tender and budgetary measure within the project:
Implementing partner: Vodní zdroje Ekomonitor spol. s r.o.
Budget for the year 2022: 390 030 CZK
The project plan will present innovations in the field of drinking water supply and subsequent sanitation. The proposed feasibility study is in line with the water policy of Abu Sir Province, whose priority is to improve water supply and wastewater treatment. In general, it can be stated that the infrastructure in the water sector is facing insufficient quality of drinking water supply. Financing its renovation is very problematic for the local population. The aim of the project is to prepare a study and assess the state of water management in the sector of treatment and supply of drinking water. The subject of the study will be, among other things, to assess the possibilities of using water resources in a selected locality, the scope of water supply and treatment or the identification of the needs of the local population. At the same time, other potential partners for commercial or scientific cooperation will be identified. An effective drinking water treatment solution is a key prerequisite for raising the living standards of local people, improving socio-economic conditions with a positive impact on other sectors such as health, education or agriculture, and kick-starting the economic growth of the local market environment. This project will have unique know-how to solve similar problems in similar localities and improve their current situation in water management, as well as improve their economic self-sufficiency. In addition, the project will serve as a development material for other decision-making and investment procedures of local and regional self-government, or as a basis for applications for additional funding, whether local, national or international.