Egypt: EGP 1 Billion Increase in Water, Drainage Projects Allocations
11 February 2013
Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ashraf el-Arabi has approved one billion pounds as an increase in allocations to projects of drinking water and sanitary drainage. Some EGP 7.4 billion is now allocated to this vital sector.
The Minister pointed out that the allocations for national projects of sanitary drainage increased by EGP 550 million, EGP100 million for main lines in Greater Cairo as well as EGP 222 million for renewal and replacing drinking water stations in villages and governorates.
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