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Office Address

123/A, Miranda City Likaoli Prikano, Dope

Phone Number

+0989 7876 9865 9

+(090) 8765 86543 85

Email Address

info@example.com

example.mail@hum.com

WASAC is a product of reforms and institutional development of the former Energy, Water and Sanitation Corporation (EWSA). The Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) is a limited liability Corporation registered under the company law of Rwanda with the Government as a sole proprietor/shareholder. WASAC is responsible for the growth and development of the water and sanitation sector.

 

2.1 MISSION, VISION & VALUES

2.1.1 Mission Statement:

Providing quality, reliable and affordable water and sewerage services through continuous innovations and detailed care to our customers’ needs"

 

2.1.2 Vision Statement:

“To be the most sustainable Water and Sanitation Utility in Africa, exceeding stakeholder’s expectations"

 

2.1.3 Core Values:

  • Customer Oriented
  • Efficiency
  • Integrity
  • Innovation
  • Professionalism

 

2.1.4 Strategic Values:

The main objective of WASAC Ltd is to grow and develop the water and sanitation sector. The key medium to long term objectives of the water and sanitation sector which WASAC Ltd  are  derived from the Republic of Rwanda‘s vision 2020 and the Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS II) as it has been supplemented by Seven Year Government Program in its point number 131 with regard to Water and Sanitation Objectives.

These are:

  1. Increase proportion of population with access to safe / drinking water to 100% nationwide by 2017
  2. Increase the proportion of the population with access to sanitation services to 100% by 2017;
  3. Increase the proportion of rural population living within 500m of an improved water source to 100%;
  4. Increase the proportion of urban population living within 200m of an improved water source to 100%;
  5. Increase proportion of schools with latrines complying with health norms to 100%;
  6. Increase the proportion for rural households with latrines complying with health norms to 100%; 

Considerably to reduce water utility losses.