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Ggaba commissioned, 250 million litres of water for Kampala

President Museveni Kristian and EU ambassador Schmidt soon after the commissioning of the new plant. PHOTOS NWSC MEDIA

PICTORIAL: President Yoweri Museveni has Tuesday commissioned the new Ggaba Water Works that will increase water supply in Kampala from 200 million litres to 250 million litres per day.

This is part of the Kampala Water Lake Victoria WatSan Project (LV-WATSAN) aimed at addressing water supply challenges in greater Kampala metropolitan area up to the year 2035.

The new Ggaba water works complex will improve supplyreliability to Ndejje-Lubugumu, Lubowa, Mutundwe, Nalumunye, Kyengera.

The $42 million works is funded under the Kampala Water Lake Victoria WatSan Project, that has seen the government and development partners complete rehabilitation of Gaba I & II treatment plants and complete new transmission mains from Gaba to Namasuba.

The initiative aims to supporting participating governments to achieve the Millennium Development Goals for water supply and sanitation.

 

 

 

 

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