Angola/Namibia Cross-border water supply project kicks off in Calueque

Ondjiva – Angolan and Namibian governments inaugurated on Monday in Caluquele village, Ombadja Municipality, in the southern Cunene Province, a cross-border water supply project.

The inauguration ceremony was conducted by the Angolan minister of Energy and Waters, JoAPound o Baptista Borges, witnessed by senior staff of his ministry and the vice governor for Technical Services and Infrastructures, SalomAPound o Himulova.

The minister was also expected to sign an inter-governmental memorandum of agreement between Angola and Namibia concerning the cooperation on the unveiled cross border water supply project.

The project encompasses a distribution network of roughly 14km to provide 1,400 household connections, in which 330 are to be done in the first stage of the project, estimated at 7. 5 million Euros financed by the German government.

Source: Angola Press News Agency