African Urban Poor – Improved Water and Sanitation (AUP-IWS) APS
Creation Date: Mar 09, 2009
Current Closing Date for Applications: Feb 08, 2010
Funding Instrument Type: Grant
Category of Funding Activity: Natural Resources
Award Ceiling: $4,500,000
Award Floor: $1,500,000
CFDA Number(s): 98.001 — USAID Foreign Assistance for Programs Overseas
Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement: Yes
The purpose of this Annual Program Statement (APS) is to disseminate information about the United States Agency for International Development(USAID) African Urban Poor Improved Water Supply and Sanitation Program (AUP-IWS) APS.
USAID anticipates awarding a maximum of three assistance instruments from applications submitted in response to this APS during the first initial round. It is anticipated that grants will be funded for amounts between $1,500,000 and $4,500,000 for the life of proposed projects.
Link to more information
Investments in Drinking Water Supply Projects and Related Water Resources Activities-Report to Congress, Fiscal Year 2007. (pdf, full-text)
This is the fiscal year (FY) 2007 Report to Congress from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) about obligations made during the year in drinking water supply projects and related activities. The figures presented in this report are based upon actual obligations reported by USAID Operating Units around the world. The report also briefly summarizes associated supporting water management programs that help ensure water security and sustainability with equity. These include water resources management, water productivity, and water-related disaster risk reduction.
During FY 2007, USAID provided access to improved water supply to more than two million additional people. Another two million additional people were provided with access to improved sanitation. The Agency’s investments in “drinking water supply projects and related activities” reflect the urgent need to provide safe and affordable domestic water supply that is effectively integrated into overall water resources management.
In FY 2007, USAID exceeded both the worldwide ($200 million) and the Africa ($50 million) Congressional directives, obligating $213 million worldwide for drinking water supply projects and related activities, and obligating almost $104 million for drinking water activities in Africa. This $213 million for FY 2007 represents an increase from the $203 million in FY 2006.
Table of Contents
1. Section 1-A: Introduction and Summary
2. Section 1-B: 2007 Congressional and Agency Background
3. Section 1-C: Overview
4. Section 2-A: “Drinking Water Supply Projects and Related Activities” FY 2007 Obligations
5. Section 2-B: Regional Distribution of FY 2007 Actual Obligations for “Drinking Water Supply Projects and Related Activities” and Results
6. Section 2-C: Programming Trends from FY 2005 and FY 2006 to FY 2007
7. Section 2-D: Drinking Water Supply, Sanitation, Hygiene, and Wastewater Activities
8. Section 3: Water Resources Management Activities
9. Section 4: Water Productivity Activities
10. Section 5: Disaster Risk Reduction Activities
11. Section 6: Overall USAID Water Sector Funding Trends: Water Supply and Sanitation…
12. Section 7: Summary Regional Distribution and Water-related Activity
Distribution of 2007 Estimated Actual Water Obligations
13. Section 8: Appendix