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Profile of the SEG



The SEG is a limited company with public participation, governed by the laws and regulations in force in the Republic of Guinea.


It was created in December 2001 following the institutional reforms made in the urban area of drinking water.


SEG is headquartered in Almamya, common Kaloum, and Conakry.


It is administered by

  • A board of nine members, including the ministries of energy, finance, housing, planning, banks and representatives of the employers and the workers of the SEG
  • A directorate under the authority of a senior coordinator and two deputy coordinators


Legal and regulatory framework

The current legislative and regulatory framework of the water sector is defined by the following:


  • Law L / 92/043 08 February 1992 on the code of economic activities
  • Ordinance No. 91/025 / PRG / SGG of 11 March 1991 on the institutional framework of public enterprises
  • Decree No. D92 / 133 / PRG / SGG of 26 May 1992 on the application of Ordinance No. 91/025 / PRG / SGG of 11 March 1991, particularly in tax matters
  • Law L / 94/005 / CTRN of 14 February 1994 concerning the Water Code
  • Law L / 2001/18 of 23 October 2001, on the adoption and promulgation of the law on reform and disengagement of the state and public enterprises. Since October 2005 we note the creation of the Regulatory Agency for Water under the Ministry in charge of Water
  • Decree D / 2001/096 / PRG / SGG on the reorganization of the urban water sector dated 18/12/2001
  • The statutes of the SEG, signed June 16, 2003
  • The plan contract between the Guinean State for SEG
  • The Uniform Act on the rights of trading companies and Economic interest groups (GIE) of the Treaty of the OHADA


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Our Missions

SEG’s main mission:


  • The production and distribution of drinking water in all urban centers of the country
  • The operation, maintenance, rehabilitation, renewal and development of drinking water facilities
  • All rights of management and resulting obligations


Served cities