The World Bank organised an online training on good practices in water management and climate mitigation with different water operators and Governments following this subject. In this context, the Spanish public water operator PROMEDIO (Province of Badajoz) was invited to present its water management model. In this session the Government of Namibia and the country local authorities were highly impressed by the water services organisation introduced by PROMEDIO.
Pedro Tomás Martín de la Vega, Head of Research & Development Laboratory of PROMEDIO, introduced the utility's commitment to aggregated management model both for water supply and treatment and for the transport and collection of domestic waste, bringing together more than a hundred localities. What's more, Pedro Tomás Martín de la Vega explained PROMEDIO's tariff system for supply services, public-private partnerships in management or the aggregating of municipalities to provide quality services in rural and remote areas.