Costa Rica Prioritizes $50 Million Water Infrastructure Plan in Guanacaste

28 Jul 2015 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
NICOYA, Costa Rica

The Costa Rican government will prioritize a $50 million USD plan to improve water infrastructure and provide drought relief in Guanacaste Province as a matter of “national interest,” President Luis Guillermo Solís announced during his trip to the Nicoya peninsula in Guanacaste last weekend.The “Integral Water Supply Program for Guanacaste” includes 12 projects that are expected to improve water supply in the Tempisque River basin and coastal communities in the province. These including expansion and repair of aqueducts in Bagaces, Liberia, Nicoya, Cobano, southern Papagayo, Santa Teresa, Mal Pais and Nimboyores, according to the government...

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