Bid for Water Projects in El Salvador

The National Water and Sewerage received 65 bids for water projects in several departments.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

The projects aim to improve access to drinking water in Santa Ana, La Paz, Sonsonate, La Union and Usulután. states: "Seven of the 13 projects will be implemented in the west area, including equipment for well at the Procavi plant, introduction of a supply system in Cantarrana and expansion of the pipeline network in Primavera, as well as pipeline improvement in the north sector. All of these jurisdictions are located in Santa Ana."

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El Salvador: 147 bids for 31 Water Projects

August 2011

The National Water and Sewerage Administration ( ANDA in Spanish) has reviewed bids for 31 tenders for over $30 million.

In total 147 bids were received by ANDA, which in the opinion of the Secretary of Transparency, Marco Rodriguez is a sign of confidence. "I see that participation in such processes has greatly increased. I want to believe that these are confidence indicators ... and this means a challenge for us", he said.

Panama: $ 100 Million for Water and Sanitation

December 2010

The CAF loan is aimed at improving health conditions and support economic and urban development in the province of Panama.

With partial funding from CAF, amounting to $ 100 million, the Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers (IDAAN) will start implementing an investment program for the water sector and sanitation in the province of Panama.

Bids Invited for Water and Sanitation Projects in El Salvador

September 2010

Bids were invited for 9 different projects including expansion and introduction of clean water and basic sanitation.

The projects are located in the municipalities of El Paisnal in San Salvador; Suchitoto in Cuscatlan; Tejutla, La Reina, Nueva Concepcion and Agua Caliente in Chalatenango and Nueva Esparta, Bolivar and San Jose in La Union.

$60 million for water projects in El Salvador

October 2008

El Salvador expects to get cooperation for $60 million from the Government of Spain to carry out 40 projects to provide potable water to rural areas.

Spain announced the start of the Cooperation Fund for Water and Sanitation yesterday during the XVIII Ibero-American Summit. This is a donor plan for $1.5 billion that will be carried out during the next four years.

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