World Bank Funds Phase II Of Lesotho Lowlands Water Development Project

24 May 2019 by OOSKAnews Info
WASHINGTON DC, United States

The World Bank has announced $78 Million USD in funding for Phase II of the Lesotho Lowlands Water Development Project.Lesotho’s access to water supply services is relatively high compared to other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, however, the reliability and quality of water supply services remains a challenge in both rural and urban areas.The scope of Phase II financing will improve access to reliable domestic and industrial water supply services in the towns of Maputsoe and Hlotse, as well as settlements and villages along the transmission pipeline route. About 115,000 inhabitants (indigenous Basotho) and the industrial sector are expected to benefit from the proposed improvements...

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