DUNDO, Angola – The Angolan government will invest 21 million US dollars in the construction and improvement of systems of drinking water supply in the northeastern Lunda Norte Province.
According to the provincial director for electricity and water, Luís Marques, who informed that the project is in the ambit of the national program called “water for all” and over one million of the amount will be used to open new boreholes, whereas $160,000 (US) will be spent in rebuilding the old water supply network.
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Source : Angola Press
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