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WASCO has a separate tariff scheme for non-residential users (including schools) at a flat rate and a fixed charge. As for sewerage services, a flat rate per cubic metre is applied. Tariffs for non-residential users can be higher or lower than the residential tariff, depending on the monthly consumption.
It is a half work accomplished and requires maintenance after construction, namely, emptying pit latrines and providing an environmentally adequate disposal of the sludge. It is not only enough to construct toilet but for Basotho to fully enjoy the right to sanitation, sustainability of the solution must be ensured. I recommend that the Government of Lesotho establish a concrete programme of latrines maintenance. Many of the rural villages that I visited once upon a time relied on public standposts that were constructed by the Department of Rural Water Supply; however, due to vandalism, lack of maintenance and also the availability of the water source, sometimes villagers no longer use community taps close to their homes. Water supply to villages seldom benefited from maintenance by public authorities. It seems that construction of water systems is the target and, once a water system is built, the eyes turn to the next community.
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One lady showed me her VIP latrine which was full and leaking with excreta. She had to patch it with concrete so that it did not overflow. She also showed me the additional VIP latrine that she built as the initial one was full. The geography of Lesotho adds another layer of challenge when it comes to sanitation. The mountainous areas that are hard to reach do not allow for accessibility of vehicles to the households to empty the pits. When the households are accessible by vehicles, some are not able to pay for the emptying services. Given these challenges, in some districts such as Mokhotlong the advice given to its inhabitants is to use chemicals, with doubtful effectiveness for decomposition of the excreta. Construction of toilets should not remain the final goal.
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Schools and businesses are charged approximately the same amount. Let me illustrate how Lesotho’s tariff scheme applies in practice by introducing two scenarios. If one household consumes 4, 000 litres of water in a month, the bill amounts to 63. 00 Lesotho Loti (around USD 5. 00) for both services. If another household consumes 16, 000 litres – corresponding to 6 persons consuming 90 litres per capita per day – the bill reaches 400. 00 Lesotho Loti (around USD 31.
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The ladies who brought me to the well sat next to the hole and said: “This is how we sit and wait for the water to fill up. We come here sometimes from 4 a. m. until noon”. Due to lack of sufficient availability of water in the well, villagers must wait for their turn until the buckets are filled up. Water sources scarcity means that girls and women, who are usually responsible for collecting water, have to travel a longer distance in search of water. Reduced water flow led to prolonged waiting time at the water points, which exposed women, girls and boys to increased risk of gender based violence including assault and rape.
5 per cent of the total population to 23. 7 per cent in 2011. Poverty, unemployment, high inequality, a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS and orphans are some of the existing vulnerabilities of Basotho. If the status quo of the water and sanitation services in Lesotho does not improve, it will continue to be an additional layer of vulnerability to the population already in vulnerable situations and will perhaps exacerbate those dimensions of vulnerability. B. Human rights provide an enabling framework to guarantee human development When we flip the coin, providing access to safe drinking water and sanitation through the human rights framework can act as the enabler of human development.
D. Is access affordable to all? Affordability is a key element of the human rights to water and sanitation. When households pay an excessive amount to have access to water and sanitation services or self-supply those services, this may imply either not having any access to those services or the compromise on the access to other essential needs, such as housing, food, health or education. 1) Is water and sanitation affordable in urban areas? The Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO) of Lesotho adopts a tariff scheme that charges the residential users according to 4 bands of consumption plus a fixed charge that is not applied to the first band up to 5, 000 litres/month.
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