The Climate Report 2017/18 - Page 12



What are Some
Examples of The
Kuwait Fund Projects?
Renovation of the Water Supply, Stormwater
Drainage and Sanitation Systems in the City
of Pyongyang, The Democratic Peoplezxzs
Republic of Korea.
The project aimed at reducing the severe
shortage in potable water supply and
minimizing the health hazards associated
with exposure to wastewater for
about 3 million residents in addition to
environmental protection in the City of Teh.
The Fund extended a loan totaling USD 44
million covering about %40 of project costs.
The water supply component of the project
included rehabilitation and upgrading of
the system through rehabilitation of 6 water
treatment facilities, laying of about 1,200
kilometers of transmission and distribution
pipelines and installation of 163 pumping
units in 26 existing water pumping stations.
The wastewater component of the project
included rehabilitation and upgrading of
the system through installation of 130
pumping units in 27 existing wastewater
pumping stations and rehabilitation of the
city’s main wastewater treatment facility.
supply networks, and installation of water
meters.
National Rural Water Supply ProgrammeStage III, Village and Pastoral Water Supply
Project, The Republic of Mali
The project aimed at improving the socioeconomic conditions of the people of 5
regions in the Republic of Mali through
providing adequate access to potable
water. The project represented the third
stage of the National Rural Water Supply
Programme, all of which has been supported
by the Fund. The Fund extended a loan
totaling USD 11 million covering about
%92 of project costs.
Al-Shurouk City Wastewater Project,
Republic of Egypt.
The project aimed at improving the socioeconomic conditions in Egypt, at large,
through providing the basic services
required for attracting population to relocate
to this new settlement and minimizing the
health hazards associated with untreated
wastewater to the people of Al-Shurouk
City in specific. The Fund extended a loan
totaling USD 21 million covering about
%78 of project costs. The project included
the construction of the city wastewater
treatment facility and the utilization scheme
of the treated effluent in irrigation.
Rehabilitation of the Water Supply Systems
in the Towns of Santiago de Cuba and
Holguin, The Republic of Cuba
The project aimed at improving the socio
economic conditions of the two cities’
residence totaling nearly 0.8 million
people through addressing the acute
water shortage in the 2 towns. The Fund
extended a loan totaling USD 26 million
covering about %44 of project costs. The
project included the rehabilitation of water
treatment facilities, pumping stations,
storage tanks, rehabilitation of the water
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