Guidelines for Water User Fees and Cost Recovery


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Intermediary Report
African Development Bank

Guidelines for Water User Fees and Cost Recovery

for Water, Sanitation and Irrigation Projects


6th March 2006


Task Manager for the AfDB: Dr. Cyrus Njiru

Table of contents


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1. Background 4

2. Intermediary Report on user fees and cost recovery 5

2.1 Historical perspective on user fees and cost recovery 5

2.2 A summary of AfDB historical policy on cost recovery in the utilities sector 6

2.2.1 Issues and objectives in utility pricing 7

2.2.2 Affordable Tariffs 8

2.3 Summary of AfDB present policy on cost recovery in water, sanitation and irrigation 9

2.4 Review of cost recovery policies from other Banks: WB, IADB and ADB 10

2.5 Main conclusions from the review on the three subsectors 13

3. User fees and cost recovery in rural and/or non-networked water supply and sanitation 14

3.1 Existing approaches to cost recovery 14

3.1.1 User charges: flat rates 14

3.1.2 User charges: graded rates 15

3.1.3 Options for collecting user charges within a community 16

3.2 Bank experience in cost recovery in non-networked/rural water supply and sanitation 20

3.3 Country policies and strategies concerning cost recovery 20

3.3.1 Botswana 22

3.3.2 Burkina Faso 22

3.3.3 Ethiopia 23

3.3.4 Ghana 23

3.3.5 Lesotho 24

3.3.6 Kenya 24

3.3.7 Mozambique 25

3.3.8 Namibia 25

3.3.9 Nigeria 26

3.3.10 Senegal 26

3.3.11 South Africa 27

3.3.12 Uganda 27

3.3.13 Zambia 28

3.3.14 Zimbabwe 28

3.4 Main conclusions from country cases 30

4. User fees and cost recovery in urban and/or networked water supply and sanitation 33

4.1 Objectives of water pricing 33

4.1.1 Basic considerations 33

4.1.2 Social goals: equity and fairness 34

4.2 Principles of tariff design 35

4.2.1 Determining and allocating expenditures 35

4.2.2 Tariff design options 36

4.2.3 Cost versus price: tariff levels 43

4.2.4 Sewerage charges 46

4.3 Connection charges 47

4.3.1 The cost of connecting 47

4.3.2 Cost of providing connections 48

4.3.3 Charging for new connections 48

4.3.4 Approaches to connecting low-income households 49

4.4 Tariff implementation issues 52

4.4.1 Predicting cost recovery outcomes 52

4.4.2 Metering 52

4.4.3 Administrative issues 53

4.4.4 Economic regulation 54

4.5 Bank experience in cost recovery in networked/urban water and sanitation 55

4.5.1 Project Appraisals 55

4.5.2 Project Evaluation Reports 57

4.5.3 Power 57

5. User fees and cost recovery in irrigation and drainage 59

5.1Existing approaches to cost recovery 59

5.1.1 User Charges for Cost Recovery 60

5.1.2 User Charges for Demand Management 61

5.1.3 Tradable Water Rights 62

5.1.4 Practical and political difficulties associated with enforcement of pricing policies 62

5.2Country and Bank’s experiences in cost recovery in irrigation and drainage 63

5.2.1 Burkina Faso 63

5.2.2 Egypt 64

5.2.3 Eritrea 65

5.2.4 Ethiopia 65

5.2.5 The Gambia 66

5.2.6 IGAD Region 67

5.2.7 Madagascar 67

5.2.8 Mauritius 67

5.2.9 Mauritania 67

5.2.10 Morocco 68

5.2.11 Nile basin 69

5.2.12 Senegal 71

5.2.13 South Africa 71

5.2.14 Swaziland 71

5.2.15 Zambia 72

5.2.16 Zimbabwe 72

5.3 Main conclusions from the country cases and Bank’s projects 73

6. References 75

6.1 Rural and/or non-networked water supply and sanitation 75

6.2 Urban and/or networked water supply and sanitation 77

6.3 Irrigation and drainage 81

Annexes 86

Annex 1 Terms of Reference 86

Annex 2 Framework for public utility tariff policy 90

Annex 3 List of reports retrieved and reviews 101

Contacts 111

This document has been prepared by:

Dr. Richard Franceys, Cranfield University

Dr. Chris Perry, Cranfield University

Catarina Fonseca, IRC – International Water and Sanitation Centre

With the support from the researchers:

Esther Gerlach, Cranfield University

Tonny Tessa de Vries, Cranfield University

Kinsgley Acheampong, IRC – International Water and Sanitation Centre
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