EU-funded project to improve access to water for 50000 people in south Lebanon

May 9, 2016
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The project “Improving Efficiency, Availability and Management of Water Resources in South Lebanon”, funded with a EUR 2.2 million grant from the European Union was launched in Al Sultaniyeh, Lebanon on Wednesday 4 May 2016.
The project, which will be implemented over a period of 2 years and benefit 9 municipalities, aims to improve access to water through increasing the efficiency of water networks. Thus, it will significantly improve the living conditions of 50000 vulnerable people in the Bint Jbeil and Marjeyoun districts.
Works that will be carried out include the construction and rehabilitation of essential water infrastructures, such as wells, storage tanks and water connections, as well as the development of sustainable management and safety plans in collaboration with the local authorities, municipalities and civil communities. (EU Neighbourhood Info)
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EU Neighbourhood Info Centre webpage – Lebanon

Countries covered:

  • Lebanon