Economic evaluation of the programme of measures (PDM) of the SDAGE 2016-2021 of Martinique - Cost-effectiveness analysis of complementary measures

Office de l'Eau Martinique

The preparation of the SDAGE 2016-2021 led to the revision of the Programme of Measures (PDM) developed in the previous cycle. The economic evaluation of the PDM resulted in particular in a cost-efficiency analysis of the non-priority measures, making it possible to prioritise the measures in order to meet the budgetary constraint evaluated on this occasion.

Compétences / Outils


Public and private policy evaluation


Cost-effectiveness analysis is an economic analysis tool that relates the cost of a measure to its effectiveness in achieving good water status. This cost-effectiveness ratio estimates the level of efficiency (effectiveness at least cost) of each measure. 
Objective of the cost-effectiveness analysis :
• Arguing the cost-effectiveness of measures and combinations of measures in such a way as to provide rational and objective guidance to public decision-makers faced with a strong budget constraint
• Optimiser la décision publique
• Determine the optimal Programme of Measures
Project milestones :
• Modelling the effectiveness of each measure
• Calculation of the efficiency of each measure
• Estimating the budget constraint
• Calculation of the capacity of users to bear the cost of measures
• Estimation of the optimal Programme of Measures

Building the new economic cost-sharing model for the OMVS public and common infrastructures
  • Sénégal
  • Mali
  • Mauritanie
  • Guinée
Elaboration of a Water Resource Management Model on the scale of Martinique including the analysis of decision support scenarios
Office de l'Eau Martinique
  • Martinique