The Climate Report 2017/18 - Page 13



Praia City Water and Sewage Project, Cape
Verde
The project aimed at improving the socioeconomic conditions in Cape Verde through
providing the proper management and
development of the city’s water and
sewage and paving the way for a more
sustainable structure of water management
for the people in the city of Praia in specific.
The Fund contributed to the project with a
loan totaling USD 17 million.
and providing them with access to sanitary
drinking water through implementing
sustainable drinking water systems. The
Fund contributed to the project with a loan
totaling USD 74.8 million.
Sewage project in the Sarafand Area,
Lebanon
The project aimed at improving the
socio-economic conditions in Lebanon
by providing the people of the Sarafand
area with a sustainable sewage system to
Establishment of five desalination plants in manage wastewater. The Fund contributed
to the project with a loan totaling USD 61
South Sinai Governorate, Egypt
The project aimed at improving the socio- million.
economic conditions in the South Sinai
governorate in Egypt by establishing five Establishment of a seawater desalination
distinct desalination plants in the area, plant in the East Port of Said, Egypt
helping provide access to clean usable The project aimed at improving the sociowater for the people of the area. The economic conditions in Egypt by providing
Fund contributed to the project with a loan the people in the East Port of the city of
totaling USD 98.6 million.
Said with a seawater desalination plant.
The project was designed to make use of
Rehabilitation and development of drinking the seawater surrounding Egypt and deliver
water systems project, Tunis
sanitary water for various consumption. The
The project aimed at improving the socio- Fund contributed to the project with a loan
economic conditions in the country of Tunis totaling USD 115.5 million.
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