A total of 157 sewage and drinking water systems at a cost of L.E.13.1 billion in Beheira, the Delta, have been carried out in 2018-2022, according to its governor Hesham Amena.
The nation-wide initiative “Haya Karima” has reached villages of Aswan city, aiming to improve drinking water and sanitation services after years of being neglected.
“Thus, establishing a water network costs approximately LE 600 million. With the increase of population, the state incurs more expenses and money that can be saved," said Assistant Minister of Housing.
The development and rehabilitation of Damietta and Kafr Soliman water stations have been completed, at a cost of LE 159 million.
He added that the aim of the project is to cover citizens’ needs of drinking water.
EL-Gazzar clarified, in a statement, that 295 projects for drinking water had been completed at a cost of LE 38.5 billion.
The projects will take 30 months to see daylight starting from the day work was initiated.
The aforementioned projects will contribute to decreasing water shortage and accomplishing development endeavors.
gypt’s Prime Minister Sherif Ismail signed off Saturday to raise drinking water and sewage fees starting this month by as much as 50 percent.
Beni Suef Governor discussed in a meeting with a delegation of the Korean Egyptian Development Association (KEDA) bilateral development cooperation.