Decentralized Wastewater Treatment in Rural Areas in Egypt

The pilot activities implemented in Egypt aim to demonstrate the socio-economic and environmental benefits of decentralized wastewater management at village level in rural areas. Al Gezayra village with 1000 inhabitants in the Ismailia Governorate was selected as the beneficiary village to host the decentralized wastewater treatment plant and reuse system. The treated wastewater is envisaged to benefit the village’s agricultural practices.

Baseline Assessment Study for the Egyptian Pilot Activity

Final evaluation and impact mission to Egypt: 

As the project comes to an end, an evaluation mission was conducted in order to assess the project performance according to key stakeholders and beneficiaries. In doing so, the mission was closely evaluated the project implementation cycle and how conducive it was towards achieving set goals. The focus of this mission lies more on the internal project rather than on impacts. The mission conducted in parallel with the assessment of potential environmental, social, and economic effects of the pilot activity in Egypt by SWIM-Sustain Water MED partners Adelphi Germany and ENEA Italy.  


Policy Briefs for Tunisia 

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