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Water For People Selected for $1.56 Million Project in Africa
Date:9/30/2009

of Blantyre, which supplies approximately 90% of the Board's potable water, and Mudi Dam within Blantyre supplies the remaining 10%. The water produced by these works is currently inadequate to provide a continuously pressurized supply to most of the Blantyre Water Board's supply area. To address this issue, the Blantyre Water Board successfully applied for a grant from the European Union and a loan from the European Investment Bank for the implementation of Peri-urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project whose aim is to bring safe drinking water and improved sanitation to people living in the low income areas of Blantyre. The project is being implemented in partnership with Viten-Evides International of Netherlands as the Service Contractor and Water For People as the Facilitation Service Provider.

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