This brigade has silloné the following municipalities:
Abobo, Anyama, Marcory, Treichville, Koumassi, Port-Bouët, Yopougon and Cocody.
To bring to a successful conclusion her(its) mission, she(it) used Smartphones provided with questionnaires which the population had to answer, in particular concerning the continuity and the level of service(department).
The data collection was made from February 05th till April 30th, 2015. The big teachings which we can pull(fire) are the following ones:
– To Yopougon where about 80 % of the population has access to the water 24 hours on 24 further to the putting into service of the project of Niangon II in December, 2014,
– In Abidjan Sud (Treichville, Marcory, Koumassi and Port Bouet) with 81,2 % of the population which has some water in a continuous way after the inauguration of the Project Bonoua I.
In a global way, 20 % of the population receives from some water at intervals. This proportion is widely influenced by the municipalities of Abobo and Anyama where respectively 23 % and 39 % of the households(houseworks) have access to the water in a episodic way. The still undelivered projects (SONGON and the works on the network) will allow to improve the continuity of service(department) in these two municipalities.
9 % of all the questioned households(houseworks) do not receive from any water in the faucet and it mainly in Abobo with 23 % of the households(houseworks) and in Anyama 29 % the households(houseworks).
Concerning the Quality of service(department)
54 % of the households(houseworks) declare credit note of the water with a good pressure against 46 % which have some water with a low(weak) pressure, a situation which is understandable by the fact that the works of strengthening and restructuring of the distribution network did not really begin.