Honduras: $18.5 million for Dams and Irrigation

Resources have been allocated for the construction of water reservoirs, installation of drip irrigation and technical assistance for the Water Harvest Project.

Friday, February 5, 2016

From a statement issued by the National Electricity Company of Honduras:

Tegucigalpa, February 01, 2016.- As part of the actions taken by the Government of the Republic to mitigate the impacts of climate change in the Dry Corridor, Honduras Strategic Investment (INVEST-Honduras) has signed a trust agreement (L 400 million) in FICOHSA Bank for the implementation of the Water Harvest project.

The Water Harves Project will focus on the construction of water reservoirs, installation of drip irrigation, training, technical assistance and training for producers / participants, which will strengthen the state of food and nutritional security and income generation and employment for vulnerable households in the Dry Corridor.

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