According to IADB website, the project aims to develop studies to ensure the provision of potable water services with excellence and efficiency to 2045 on the Gold Coast, meeting the emerging needs of the expected population growth during that period. Within this framework, this TC will identify interventions to optimize the provision of services, which will positively impact the area in the short term. It's of fundamental importance to design a long-term Strategic Action Plan in view of the magnitude of the challenges that the supply of drinking water represents for the Balnearia de Canelones area and Uruguay.
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