WASAC CEO Eng. Aime Muzola speaking to WASAC staff during ceremony
Kigali, 26th October 2017- Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) Directors, and Branch managers gathered at Hill Top Hotel to sign performance contracts. The chairperson of WASAC Board of Directors Dr Omar Munyaneza witnessed, together with WASAC CEO, Deputy CEO and all WASAC staff.
The 2017/2018 performance contracts illustrate specific water and sanitation goals, which will be attained by Directors and Branch Managers. These goals are in line with National programs such as Vision 2020, National Strategy for Transformation, Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy II (EDPRS II) and 7 Year Government Program.
WASAC CEO after 2017/2018 performance contract signing with Gikondo Branch Manager as WASAC Board Chairperson looks on
The Urban water and sanitation directorate is committed to the following but not limited to:
· Increasing water production capacity from 47,673706m³/year to 52,029,510m³/year
· Constructing 20km of network extensions in urban areas
· Constructing of water network in Kicukiro
· Ensuring sustainability of operationalization of semi-centralised sewerage systems
The Rural water and sanitation directorate is committed to the following but not limited to:
· Constructing 49 new boreholes and rehabilitating 126 in Nyagatare and Kayonza Districts
· Improving quality of supplied water
· Monitoring the implementation of new water supply and sanitation projects.
WASAC Staff in attendance of the 2017/2018 performance contract signing ceremony
After the signing of 2017/2018 performance contracts, WASAC CEO Eng. Aime Muzola encouraged staff to ensure they meet the targets their Directors and Branch Managers have signed on their behalf. He noted that each one of the employees had a role to play from the commercial field officers who record meter indexes to the senior management. The WASAC Board chairperson Dr. Omar closed the ceremony with a motivating speech to all staff leaving the crowd stimulated to ensure quality service and 100% access to clean for all in Rwanda.