Togo launches water infrastructure counting operation to identify regions with no clean water access

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Tuesday, 19 March 2019 13:39
Togo launches water infrastructure counting operation to identify regions with no clean water access

(Togo First) - Togo is currently conducting a stocktaking operation to count the water wells and the mini-water supply pipelines in rural and semi-urban areas, an official statement reveals.

In the framework of that operation, the water ministry’s agents will be sent to all the prefectures for work meetings with the authorities of those areas.

Launched on March 4, 2019, by the ministry of water and rural infrastructures, this stocktaking is aimed at improving clean water access in Togo by providing trustworthy data on the state of the various water infrastructures in the said regions. It will therefore help identify regions with no clean water access for their inclusion in future water projects.

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