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Mar 26, 2014 / 12:12

Clean water supplied for residents in Ba Vi and Me Linh

More than 50,000 residents in Hanoi’s outskirt districts of Ba Vi and Me Linh will have access to clean water as some supply facilities are to be built there.

Approved by Hanoi’s authorities, a facility with a capacity of 2,800 cubic metres a day will benefit 14,120 locals in Co Do and Phong Van communes of Ba Vi district.

It will be built in 2014-2015 with a total investment of over 82 billion VND (3.85 million USD) sourced from the 2013-2015 National Rural Water Supply and Sanitation National Target Programme. 

The other facility will be also built under this programme in Me Linh district’s Thanh Lam, Dai Thanh and Tam Dong communes with 36,367 residents. 

Its funding will have 60 percent covered by the World Bank and 10 percent mobilised through the community.