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EGP 2.3 billion to implement drinking water projects in Assiut Governorate within the "Decent Life" initiative


The Water and Sanitation Company of Assiut and the New Valley held its regular meeting to follow up on the executive position of the Decent Life Initiative, the national initiative launched by the President of the Republic, to develop the villages of the Egyptian countryside, and improve the living conditions and daily life of the Egyptian citizen.

 

During the meeting, Eng. Mohamed Salah El-Din Abdel Ghaffar, President of the Drinking Water Company in Assiut, discussed with the executives and contractors, providing all aspects of support to facilitate implementation procedures, identify any obstacles and develop immediate solutions to them.

 

He emphasized that the initiative allocated 2.3 billion pounds to implement a number of water projects within the presidential initiative of Karima, in the centers (Sahel Salim, Abu Tig, Manfalut, Dayrut, Abnoub, Sadfa, and Al-Fath) to work on extending and strengthening drinking water networks at a total cost of 255 million pounds, and establishing surface stations. New projects at a total cost of one billion and 522 million pounds, the establishment of units for treating RO salts and the drilling of artesian wells at a total cost of 120 million pounds, the extension, strengthening and replacement of water networks at a total cost of 261 million pounds, and the rehabilitation of stations at a total cost of 201 million pounds.

 

During the meeting, he stressed the importance of unifying the work identity for all projects of the presidential initiative in the governorate, with the importance of adhering to the timetable set for the completion of projects, recommending that the meeting will be held periodically to follow up on the progress of work with all officials and those in charge of the initiative's executive position.

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