Water, power infrastructure set to improve

Water, power infrastructure set to improve
Published: 06 September 2013
Progress on the procurement of equipment for the rehabilitation and reinforcement of infrastructure in the energy and water sector has begun with some of the equipment expected in the country this month, an African Development Bank official has said.

AfDB Zimbabwe Multi Donor Trust Fund manager Emmanuel Nzabanita said the implementation of the rehabilitation process had already begun in Mutare, Kwekwe, Masvingo, Chitungwiza and other places in the country.  

Nzabanita said the process was expected to improve the water and power supply in the country. He said $4 million had been used for the power sector while the $8 million has been channelled for water projects.

Nzabanita early this year said donor countries that include Norway, Germany, the United Kingdom and others contributed $125 million to AfDB for water and electricity projects in the country.

The donors raised the funds and AfDB was to manage the funds on behalf of donor countries.
- newsday
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