Feasibility Study For Cameroon Drinking Water Project

Rehabilitation and Supply

28 Sep 2021 by Local Press Report

Deutsche Bank is providing a $5.3 Million USD loan for feasibility studies for a drinking water rehabilitation and supply project in the South West region of Cameroon. The government of Cameroon estimates that the feasibility studies for the water supply project in the South West region will last six months from the start of the work. The implementation phase of the project is expected to last 24 months. The project will benefit the towns of Buea, Tiko and Mutenguene. To complete the drinking water supply project, the Cameroonian government has set itself a budget of $109 Million USD.

Source: Afrik21

Source: Africa21

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