Germany Funds $200 Million USD Supply Project in Zambia

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lusaKa, Zambia

— The German government has initiated a project to drill 400 boreholes in 350 communities in Zambia to help overcome the challenge of providing safe drinking water in rural areas.

The Rural Water Supply and Sanitation project in Kasempa, 800 kilometers northwest of Lusaka, will cost Germany more than $200 million USD.