Sanitation networks


  • €40m loan to the Republic of Tanzania (Board of Directors meeting of 26/05/2011)

    In addition, less than 20 % of the population was connected to a sanitation network. The urban areas of Bukoba and Musoma, whose populations will reach 135 000 and 215 000 inhabitants by 2015, are two medium-sized cities located by Lake Victoria from which they withdraw all their water resources
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  • Improved sanitation for 260 Moroccan cities

    In 2004, the nationwide wastewater treatment rate was estimated at only 13 %. The National Sanitation Program (Programme national d'assainissement- -PNA) was approved by the Government in 2005. The PNA has the ambitious objectives of achieving a 60 % treatment rate for collected wastewater and an 80 % rate for connections to the sanitation network in urban areas by 2020. The PNA concerns 260 urban centers (excluding private delegatees), representing 10 million residents
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  • Press Releases

    These funds have made investment facilities available to 20 000 businesses from which 14 000 jobs will benefit, will improve sanitation networks for 82 000 people and will finance the construction and rehabilitation of classrooms which will benefit 22 500 pupils. Press relations
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  • Press Releases

    These funds have made investment facilities available to 20 000 businesses from which 14 000 jobs will benefit, will improve sanitation networks for 82 000 people and will finance the construction and rehabilitation of classrooms which will benefit 22 500 pupils. Press relations
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  • Press Releases

    Improve sanitation networks for 255 000 people. Develop over 900 000 m² of business zones
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  • Water and sanitation

    Despite this, access to clean water and connections to a sanitation network remain problematic and the consequences on the health of the population are significant. Aware of these issues, the Government of Tanzania began a reform of the water sector in 1998
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  • The AFD's activities in Brazil

    Financing for sanitation networks in secondary cities in the State of Santa Catarina Financing for the CASAN investment programme, the public company managing water and sanitation services for most of Santa Catarina's municipalities. 100 M Euro loan (at market conditions approved by the AFD December 2010 board meeting), now being formalised
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  • Water and sanitation

    Despite this, access to clean water and connections to a sanitation network remain problematic and the consequences on the health of the population are significant. Aware of these issues, the Government of Tanzania began a reform of the water sector in 1998
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  • Interview with Habibou Boubacar, Project Officer for Water at AFD in Niger

    It will also contribute to improving the sanitation network for the city' s public hospitals. This will be AFD's first financing with a sovereign loan in this sector, and the first cofinancing with EIB in Niger. Philippe Guionie
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  • AFD's projects in China in videos

    The program implemented by AFD in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake that struck China in May 2008 comprised two components: first, a USD 150m component for the reconstruction of infrastructure, which rehabilitated 67 km of roads and ten bridges, water and sanitation networks (specifically three drinking water production plants and three wastewater treatment plants), waste collection sites, rural roads and developed the banks of two rivers; second, a USD 50m component to rebuild over 100 000 rural biodigesters
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