World Bank Lends Argentina $200 Million for Flood Risk Management, Drainage Projects

24 Jun 2016 by Local Press Report
WASHINGTON, DC
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The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved a new project for Argentina today totaling US$200 million to strengthen flood risk management in the city of Buenos Aires and improve drainage systems in the Cildáñez, Vega and Maldonado Stream basins. The project will directly benefit 3 million people.

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