Dhaka WASA Job Circular April 2018
Dhaka wasa is a water service project of govt of Bangladesh . the service area of DWASA covers more than 360 square km with a population of about 12 million.
WEB SITE LINK : dwasa.org.bd
Dhaka wasa published a new job vacancy in April 2018. the invite job application for the post. the application last date of 24 may 2018.
the Application rules Qualification / rules and other instruction are under below…………………..
Job details :
Application Deadline : 24/05/2018
Application published : 23 April 2018
Nationality ; Bangladeshi
Age limit : see circular
job Experience: see circular
job location : Bangladesh
WEB SITE LINK : dwasa.org.bd.
Water management in Dhaka faces numerous challenges such as flooding, poor service quality, groundwater depletion, inadequate sanitation, polluted river water, unplanned urban development, and the existence of large slums where more than one third of its population lives. Every year during the dry season, people demonstrate in Dhaka’s streets demanding an uninterrupted supply of clean water.
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Service Quality :
According to background information for a representative survey conducted for the Asian Development Bank in 2005, out of the 12 million inhabitants of Dhaka, the Dhaka water utility provided drinking water for 9 million through house connections, as well as for an additional 600,000 through 1700 standpipes and 100,000 through bulk connections. Bulk connections are located in slums and are known as “Water Points”. NGOs are responsible for the installation, operation, maintenance as well as collection of revenues from these connections. Only 39% of the residential customers surveyed reported having a continuous water supply. On average, customers received water 15 hours per day. 75% of residential and 85% of non-residential customers reported that they had water storage facilities at their premises. 62% of residential customers reported their water quality as good or fair, i.e. not smelly or dirty. Only 10% of residential customers reported drinking water directly from the tap.