$ 25 Million for Water Systems in Honduras

The project provides strengthening for rural aqueducts, taking the service where there is currently no drinking water.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

The project is being developed by the Water and Sewerage Service (SANAA) and the funds will come from the IDB and Spanish Cooperation.

As explained by Danilo Alvarado, manager of SANAA, the project would be approved by the board of the IDB in the short term, shortly after execution of the works can begin.

He stressed that the funding negotiated is non-refundable since these are donations from the IDB and the government of Korea, stated Proceso.hn.

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Guatemala Tenders Water and Sanitation projects

April 2012

Within the framework of the project Water for All, the Guatemalan government will put out tender in August several drinking water and sanitation projects worth about $50 million.

The projects to be tendered will use funds provided by the Cooperación Española and the Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), and will benefit six associations.

Honduras: $25 million for water access & sanitation

August 2011

Project backed by the Spanish Cooperation Fund for Water and Sanitation in Latin America and the Caribbean

Honduras will receive a $25 million grant from the Spanish Cooperation Fund for Water and Sanitation in Latin America and the Caribbean to expand and improve drinking water and sanitation services in rural communities with fewer than 2,000 people, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) said today.

Rejuvenation of Tourism Center in Granada

July 2011

5 projects will be developed with $1.5 million, in an attempt to recover the historical center of the Nicaraguan city of Granada.

Funding comes from the Spanish Cooperation, the European Union and the Inter-American Development Bank, and will go to 5 projects that include a street widening project, reconstruction of parks and the construction of a pier.

Honduras Earmarks $ 46 million for Dams

October 2010

With funding from the CABEI, the country will work on the national hydroelectric dams.

Special attention will be given to dam Los Laureles in Tegucigalpa, according to the manager of the National Service of Aqueducts and Sewers (SANAA), Danilo Alvarado.

Mr. Alvarado told Digital process, "these funds are aimed at a group of projects that were considered priorities in the short term, among them the inflatable part of the Laurels dam and improving the water system.”

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