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The government of Mozambique, UNICEF and the European Union will today inaugurate the first of three water supply systems in villages in southern Mozambique.
The village of Jangamo, in the province of Inhambane, will be the first to benefit from one of the three supply systems rehabilitated and expanded through the Aguasani program. Its new supply system has the capacity to supply 10,800 people, covering the expected needs of the population for the next ten years.
A local commission will also be established to safeguard the interests of the consumer and work with the operator “to ensure that the water service is provided with the expected quality”, the management of the project announces in a statement.
The Aguasani project aims to improve access to safe drinking water, sanitation and safe hygiene practices in Jangamo, Homoíne and Morrumbene and aims to improve water and sanitation infrastructure in public schools, health centres and markets in all three villages.
In addition to the public sector, the programme involves the local private sector “in order to remove barriers to access to sanitation products and services”.Source: Lusa
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