According to bank documents, the project objective is to improve access to potable water service in selected areas of Luanda mobilizing commercial financing for the Government of Angola.
The Bita water supply project is a national priority investment to expand and improve water supply service in the fast growing unserved urban and peri-urban belts of south Luanda. The Project consists of water production, transmission, storage and distribution investments including a water treatment plant with a production capacity of 3 cubic meters per second, 72km of gravity transmission pipelines towards Luanda, and storage and distribution systems in the suburban districts of Bita, Cabolombo, Mundial and Ramiros.
Pier Francesco Mantovani, Satheesh Kumar Sundararajan
Lead Water Supply and Sanitation Specialist
Ministry of Finance
Dr. Ciel da Conceição de Aguiar Cristovão
Director da Unidade de Gestão da Dívida Pública
EPAL - EPAL: Empresa Pública de Águas de Luanda
Ingra. Lourdes Tito
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