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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Mozambique: Agreement With Holland On Water Supply

The Dutch and Mozambican authorities on Tuesday signed two agreements to improve water supply, under which Holland will provide funding of 13.5 million euros (about 14.5 million US dollars). Signing the agreements were the general director of the Mozambican government's Water Supply Assets and Investment Fund (FIPAG), Pedro Paulino, and the Dutch Deputy Director-General for Development Cooperation, Reina Buijs. The first agreement concerns expansion of the water supply service though drawing up studies and identifying new sources of impoundment of water; improvement of operational efficiency; consolidation of asset management; development of human resources; involvement of the private sector; and identifying and implementing new development strategies. This agreement will absorb 12.5 million euros. The other million euros will be spent on the second agreement, financing a "Develop to Build" project in the central cities of Beira and Dondo. This agreement envisages drafting a master plan and executive project to ensure appropriate conditions for rehabilitating and expanding the Beira water system. "The purpose of this agreement is to structure better the water supply challenges in Beira and Dondo, envisaging the infrastructures necessary to meet, by 2030, the targets in the sustainable Development Goals", said Paulino.

Source: allafrica.com