Project Details

Location: Ajara, Georgia
Duration:
Client: Autonomous Republic of Ajara
Budget: 99,722 €
Financier: KfW

Info: Preparation of a gap analysis and appraisal information

Georgia: Improves Water and Wastewater Services in rural Ajara – Feasibility Study

The Ministry of Finance and Economy of the Government of the Autonomous Republic of Ajara in the framework of German-Georgian Financial cooperation and the ongoing contract of accompanying measures of Batumi IV has asked MACS to assist in the preparation of a gap analysis and appraisal information as part of the water and wastewater sector development strategy for the semi urban and rural areas of Ajara. Emphasis is laid on an improvement of reliable and sustainable service provision to the Ajara population. This regards an improvement of the institutional setting, innovative technical solutions and a proper financing structure.

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Matthias Hitzel

Management
Chief of Operations

+49 69 943188-13

matthias.hitzel@macsonline.de

Matthias Hitzel

Management
Chief of Operations

+49 69 943188-13

matthias.hitzel@macsonline.de

Managing Director

Matthias has a degree in agricultural science and postgraduate honors in rural development and more than 20 years of professional experience in international development projects. At MACS he developed into a prolific Project Manager and Institutional Expert as well as Team Leader who played a major role during the very successful rehabilitation program for water and sanitation in Batumi (Georgia).

In the field of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Matthias has developed a profile for himself and MACS through his work of coordinating the finance division for energy projects in the framework of the Green for Growth Fund (GGF), which has earned a reputation as one of the leading EE/RE funds today.

As one of the Partners and Managing Directors of MACS, Matthias is responsible for operations and financial management at MACS.