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2015

Water Supply to Chefchaouen and Neighboring Villages (Morocco)

Maroc

Titre : Water Supply to Chefchaouen and Neighboring Villages (Morocco)

Pays de réalisation : Maroc

Date d’approbation : 28/01/2015

Bénéficiaire : National Office of Electricity and Potable Water

Objectifs
The project aims at meeting the current needs of the city of Chefchaouen for potable water and its future needs until 2030, and providing water to the city of Bab Taza and rural villages located in the Chefchaouen and Tetouan provinces. This will be achieved by using water that will be provided by the Moulay Bouchta dam, which was recently constructed.

Descriptif
The project, which is expected to be completed in the first half of 2019, consists of the construction of a water treatment plant, pumping stations and water storage tanks, the laying of pipelines to transport and distribute water, the installation of public fountains and house connections, supplying the treatment plant and pumping stations with electricity, and any other works required to implement the project. The project also includes the provision of the necessary consultancy services to prepare the project studies and tender documents, bid analysis, and supervision of the work implementation.

Coût du projet : KD 18.9 million
Montant du prêt : KD 18.9 million
(*) 1 KD is equivalant to about = 3.3227 USD

Financement : The Arab Fund’s loan covers about 79% of the total project cost. The National Office of Electricity and Potable Water will cover the remaining cost of the project and any additional cost that may arise.

Présentation AFESD

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