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Bita Water Supply will benefit more than three million inhabitants

About 3,800,000 inhabitants will benefit from the entry into operation of System IV of the Bita Water Supply Project, whose act of consignment of the works takes place this Friday in Luanda.


The project aims to ensure conditions for the supply of water to the growing south and southeast areas of the city of Luanda, namely the municipality of Belas, district of Quenguela, Vila Verde, Cabolombo, Ramiros and Morro dos Veados, as well as strengthening the areas of Benfica and Camama.

The construction of the system, estimated at 320 million dollars, will be carried out by Consórcio Suez, Mota Engil and Soares da Costa, under the coordination of DAR Angola, according to a government statement to which VerAngola had access.

This project comprises an integrated supply system, comprising water capture, treatment, adduction and distribution.

In a first phase, the system will have 259,200 cubic meters per day of nominal production, 100,000 cubic meters of storage, 66 kilometers of pipelines, 3,700 kilometers of distribution network and 170,000 household connections.

"The Bita Project will guarantee greater flexibility in the operation of the systems and the improvement of the quality of services provided to the population of the city of Luanda", says the Executive.

The project financing agreement was signed on the 24th and 26th of June 2021, with the guarantee of the World Bank, through the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).

For the execution of the project, there was also a financing agreement with coverage by the French Export Credit Agency (BPI France Assurance Export), formed by the Banking Union led by the Standard Chartered Bank.


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