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Comoros: Beginning of works in Grande Comore of the potable water supply project of the archipelago




The first work on the project to supply drinking water and sanitation (ACAP) as well as the implementation of the upgrading of the water supply systems started for about a week ago in the town of Mbéni in Grande Comore.
 
The drilling of a well of 130 meters deep is underway to supply drinking water to approximately 18,000 people in the North East of the island.
 
The construction overseen by a German consulting firm should be finished in February 2015, as indicated by the Comorian newspaper Alwatwan.
 
As a reminder, the Chinese company China Geo-Engineering Corporation (CGC) signed  late February 2014, a contract of 3.418 billion Comorian francs (6.952.046 euros) to perform the necessary works in Moroni and Mbéni (Grande Comore), Fomboni-Djoièzi (Moheli), Mutsamudu and Ouani (Anjouan).
 
The project to supply drinking water and sanitation (PAEPA) worn by the Comorian Government, is funded by the African Development Bank (BAD) at 5.750 billion Comorian francs (11.695.221 euros).
 



Anli Saendou


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