Adaptation of the urban water sector to climate change, with the participation of the private sector PROACC

Adaptation of the urban water sector to climate change, with the participation of the private sector PROACC

Climate, Environment and Biodiversity

Client:

GIZ/Autoridad Nacional del Agua (ANA)

Period:

08/2014 – 05/2019

Country:

Peru

Project description:

 

The Program ‘Adaptation of the urban water sector to climate change, with the participation of the private sector’ is active in four areas. Through the creation of a monitoring system for public and private water users, transparency will be guaranteed for the following information: water balance, water quality, supply and demand of water and existing use conflicts.

The public and private actors are expected to exchange information in committees, platforms, etc. and increasingly work together to develop public-private adaptation projects. Public and private actors in the water sector are expected to be aware of the effects of climate change and will align themselves strategically to adapt to climate change.

Goal:

 

The water resources management in the catchment areas of the rivers Chillón, Rímac and Lurín (ChiRiLu) is aligned to the adaption to climate change and the private sector is involved regarding related decisions and possibly also financing.

AMBERO works in a consortium with GITEC Consult.

General Information 
Topics:Climate, Environment and Biodiversity
Client:GIZ/Autoridad Nacional del Agua (ANA)
Period:08/2014 – 05/2019
Country:Peru
Service:Promoting the establishment of the Observatory of ChiRiLu Basins (with participation of water resource users);
Facilitate the identification, funding and development of multisectoral public private projects related to water resource management with a focus on climate change adaptation;
Promote the reuse of treated wastewater in the context of adaptation to climate change;
Awareness rising of the problem of adaptation to climate change in water resource management.

Contribution to meeting the partners’ immediate need for professionals through short-term measures