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Research Report

2015

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector in 16 countries in the Danube region along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 20 July 2015

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Background report

2018

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Marin, Philippe; Ionita, Gabriel; Buteica, Alexandru Cosmin; Niculescu, Cesar; Smets, Susanna; Lopez, Patricia; Dikov, Orlin M.

Romania water diagnostic report : Executive summary

This publication is the executive summary of the “Romania Water Diagnostic Report,” prepared by the World Bank to support its water sector dialogue with the Government of Romania. The full report aims to provide stakeholders, especially from the Romanian Government and the European Commission, with a comprehensive stock-taking of the situation in the Romanian water sector in 2017, 10 years after the country joined the EU. The report documents the current situation, discusses the main lessons learned from reforms in water resources management, water supply sanitation and irrigation, and identifies the key water challenges faced by Romania. While not pretending to cover all possible water-related issues (due inter alia to limited access to some information), it seeks to identify the key policy issues and indicate what steps the government could consider in the near future. The situation in the water sector in Romania is analyzed through the lens of water security, with a focus on compliance with EU water legislation and the inclusion of the poor. Water security is a broad concept that encompasses ensuring sustainable use of water resources, delivering affordable services to all, and mitigating water-related risks in a context of change—the goal being to build a water secure future for the people, the economy and the environment in a context of global changes. In the case of Romania, the over-arching concept of water security is closely linked to compliance and inclusion.

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Contributed by David Michaud on 16 September 2018

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Background report

30 June 2018

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Marin, Philippe; Ionita, Gabriel; Buteica, Alexandru Cosmin; Niculescu, Cesar; Smets, Susanna; Lopez, Patricia; Dikov, Orlin M.

Romania Water Diagnostic Report : Moving toward EU Compliance, Inclusion, and Water Security

This diagnostic report was prepared by the World Bank to support its water sector dialogue with the Government of Romania. It aims to provide stakeholders, especially from the Romanian Government and the European Commission, with a comprehensive stock-taking of the situation in the Romanian water sector in 2017, 10 years after the country joined the EU. The report documents the current situation, discusses the main lessons learned from reforms in water resources management, water supply sanitation and irrigation, and identifies the key water challenges faced by Romania. While not pretending to cover all possible water-related issues (due inter alia to limited access to some information), it seeks to identify the key policy issues and indicate what steps the government could consider in the near future. The situation in the water sector in Romania is analyzed through the lens of water security, with a focus on compliance with EU water legislation and the inclusion of the poor. Water security is a broad concept that encompasses ensuring sustainable use of water resources, delivering affordable services to all, and mitigating water-related risks in a context of change — the goal being to build a water secure future for the people, the economy and the environment in a context of global changes. In the case of Romania, the over-arching concept of water security is closely linked to compliance and inclusion.

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Contributed by David Michaud on 16 September 2018

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Research Report

2015

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World Bank - Danube Water Program

Romania Country Note

Water and Wastewater Services in the Danube Region - A state of the sector

This note is part of a regional state of the sector review and makes an overall assessment of the state of the sector along different dimensions - namely the context for services, the organization of services, access to services, performance of services and the financing of services.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 02 October 2015

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Background report

2012

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Nat. Reg. Agency for Public Services

Ann. Rep. of the Nat. Reg. Agency for Pub. Serv.

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Contributed by Christoph Leitner on 05 June 2015

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Government policy or strategy

2007

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Government of Romania

Sectoral Operational Programme Environment

The Sectoral Operational Programme Environment (SOP ENV) is closely linked to the
national objectives of the strategy laid down in the National Development Plan 2007-2013
(NDP) and National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF), which takes into consideration
the European Union’s supporting objectives, principles and practices. It is designed to lay the
foundation and be a catalyst for a more competitive economy, a better environment and more
balanced regional development. The SOP is fully based on the goals and priorities of the
European Union’s environment and infrastructure policies and reflects Romania’s
international obligations as well as its specific national interests.

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Contributed by Angelika Heider on 10 April 2015

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