Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Aug 8, 2018
Disclosed by Bank May 15, 2018
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The Lowlands Water Development Project (LWDP) is the second phase of the Lesotho Lowland Water Supply Scheme (LLWSC). It will include bulk water production infrastructure, distribution networks and actions on water efficiency, sanitation and capacity building. The overall LLWSC aims at improving the climate resilience and security of potable water access in the Lowlands of Lesotho. The first phase, the Metolong Dam and Water Supply Programme (MDWSP), was already financed by the Bank.
LLWSC aims at improving the climate resilience and security of potable water access in four priority geographical zones of the Lowlands of Lesotho.
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