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2020

Strengthening the Supply of Drinking Water to the City of Nouadhibou from the Boulenoir Basin

Mauritanie

Titre : Strengthening the Supply of Drinking Water to the City of Nouadhibou from the Boulenoir Basin

Pays de réalisation : Mauritanie

Date d’approbation : 09/08/2020

Bénéficiaire : Ministry for Water and Sanitation

Objectifs
The project aims at covering the current deficit and meeting the demand for drinking water in the city of Nouadhibou and meeting the future needs of its residents up to 2036. It also aims at reducing the amount of water lost in the Nouadhibou water distribution networks and reducing the water waste by residents and farmers who install illegal connections on the existing water transmission line to the city of Nouadhibou.

Descriptif
The project, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2024, includes the rehabilitation and drilling of underground wells and equipping them, the laying of main and secondary pipelines, the construction of a new water distribution network in the city of Nouadhibou which includes a reservoir and a pumping station, the rehabilitation of existing water distribution networks and pumping stations, the setting up of a monitoring and controlling system at the project facilities and operating it, and any additional works that may be necessary for the implementation of the project and achievement of its goals. The project also includes the provision of the necessary technical services to prepare the studies, designs and tender documents, assist in bid evaluation, and supervise project implementation, as well as the provision of institutional support to the project’s implementing entity and company.

Coût du projet : KD 27.1 million
Montant du prêt : KD 24.0 million
(*) 1 KD is equivalant to about = 3.3227 USD

Financement : The Arab Fund’s loan covers 88% of the total project cost. The Mauritanian government will cover the remaining cost of the project and any additional project cost that may arise. Présentation AFESD

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