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Swaziland Young Water Professionals

BACKGROUND

  • Idea of Africa Young Water Professionals (YWP) was derived from International Water Association (IWA) 
  • Africa YWP was established in 2010 by African Water Association (AfWA)
  • The Sole intention of this association is to develop water professionals and improve networking and partnerships across water utilities and countries.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

  • To fulfill the present and future needs of the water and sanitation industries in Swaziland, an aim which requires the continuous development of a workforce which is adequate in size, capable in skills and strong leadership.
  • To make a positive impact on our country and its people as custodians of our water resources, and as innovative and committed partners in the drive for sustainable development; being service and delivery oriented. We strive to get it right in first time, every time, on time – ensuring that our citizens are provided with water and sanitation service they deserve. 
  • To have a heart that values our investment in our people and provide them with a caring and trusting environment that encourages personal development.  
  • To be committed in training and educational workshops as a catalyst of positive change, connecting our citizen and enabling them to work anywhere anytime. 
  • Mentoring upcoming professionals with interest in the water and sanitation field. 

 

 MEMBERSHIPS

  •  Any Swazi individual professional from the age of twenty-one (21) to thirty-five (35) years is eligible to be a member of the Association. He/She shall subscribe a non-refundable annual subscription fee of two hundred Emalangeni (E200.00) or such subscription as may from time to time be fixed by the Association.
  •  Any fully incorporated Corporations, Academic institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), Societies, Clubs and any other legally recognized entity involved in the water and sanitation can be a member(s) of the SWSC YWPs, subject to approval of the Executive Committee and upon payment of a non- refundable annual subscription fee of five hundred Emalangeni (E500.00)
  •  The membership fee shall be paid at any SWSC revenue office and proof of payment shall accompany application

 

ACTIVITIES

  • Community Water Policing Project
  • Project funded by USAID
  • Non-Revenue Water (NRW) is a major challenge for water utilities throughout the world and one of the main causes especially in African continent is illegal connections. 
  • Water illegal connections are difficult to investigate and detect because by nature they are well hidden and the culprits continue to invent new methods of these illegal connections.
  • Most illegal connections are found at informal settlements 
  • Community police will be engaged to assist in identifying such unlawful acts in their community.
  • Other activities will include identifying illegally constructed structures on top of SWSC pipelines and report visible leakages to SWSC.
  • Formulation of the Kwaluseni Waste Management Strategy
  • Waste management project being implemented by Matsapha Town Council
  • Waste management strategy being formulated along with the Kwaluseni community and the Matsapha town council. It addresses the following:
  • Current waste situation at kwaluseni
  • Infrastructure and resources available
  • Educating community on satitation
  • Ensuring that project being implemented by town council is sustainable.

 

 

SWAZILAND YOUNG WATER PROFESSIONALS CONSTITUTION 2014.

MEMBERSHIP FORM.

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Projects & Tenders

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)


TENDER NOTICE

 

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST


TENDER NOTICE

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

REVISED NHLANGANGO REGIONAL OFFICES 


CONSTRUCTION OF THE NGWANE PARK SEWERAGE RETICULATION PHASE 7

 

MBABANE GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL RESERVOIR

REHABILITATION OF HLATIKULU DAM PROJECT 5611117


TENDER DRAWINGS
 

 

 SWSC NHLANGANO REGIONAL OFFICE

 

 

 SUPPLY OF MOTOR BIKES

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

INVITATION TO TENDER (MOTORCYCLES)

ECOWATER BOTTLING PLANT EQUIPMENT UPGRADE


EXPRESSION OF INTEREST REGISTRATION BY SUPPLIERS IN SELECTED CATEGORIES


NEW TENDER
NOTICE


REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST:

WOODLANDS WATER TREATMENT PLANT SLUDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


HLANE RESERVOIR PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS RFP # 08 OF 2014/2015 SELECTION OF SUPPLY, INSTALLATION, CALIBRATION AND COMMISSIONING OF ON-LINE QUALITY MONITORING INSTRUMENTS. 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS RFP #13 OF 2014 - 2015 FIRE SYSTEMS INSTALLATIONS.

Phophonyane Treatment Plant Upgrade Tender

Phophonyane Treatment Plant BOQ

RFP for the Rehabilitation of Hlathikulu Dam

RFP Enterprise Asset Management System

Dlalisile Reservoir tender

Dlalisile Reservoir General Layout Details

Dlalisile Reservoir Reinforcement Layout and Section

 

1. Request for Proposal (RFP)

Tender number SWSC 11 OF 2014/2015: SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE OF GENERATORS

 

2. Request for Proposal (RFP)

Tender number SWSC 10 OF 2014/2015: TELEMETRY SYSTEM MAINTENANCE


3. Request for Proposals (RFP)

    RFP 13 OF 2014/2015 

 

TENDER NUMBER SWSC # 12 OF 13/14: MBABANE GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL CHEMOTHERAPY UNIT

The Swaziland Water Services Corporation hereby invites sealed bids from eligible contractors for the construction of the Mbabane Government Hospital Chemotherapy Unit. The scope of works includes construction, handover and the subsequent remedying of any defects therein of the Chemotherapy Unit. click here for more......


Chemotherapy Unit Diagram click here .......

 



Please click on the links below to read more about the tenders available:

Simunye Water Works Upgrade (SWSC 1 of 1314)

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