$6.4 million invested in new dam in Nicaragua
This weekend the President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, inaugurated a structure called a spillway which will protect the Apanas Lake basin in the north of the country from flooding.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Official sources revealed through radio and television stations affiliated with the Government that the structure was built by 600 workers in one year at a cost of approximately $6.4 million.
Resources have been allocated for the construction of water reservoirs, installation of drip irrigation and technical assistance for the Water Harvest Project.
The Solis administration has announced that by the end of 2017 construction work will start on a dam to ensure a water supply for drinking and irrigation in Guanacaste.
The project already has a feasibility study, plans, preliminary design and studies of land tenure for the provision of drinking water to several counties in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
Building the project Guacerique II is crucial to solve the water shortage in the capital city.
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