$ 115 Million for Infrastructure and Health in El Salvador

The country signed with the IDB a loan for a new health model and improvement of rural roads.

Friday, October 22, 2010

$ 60 million will be destined to fund the "Integrated Health Program", a new health model which seeks to expand and improve the network of health units, and $ 35 million for the implementation of the Development of Rural Roads Program.

"The other international credit is for $ 20 million and will serve to implement water and rural sanitation projects, which aims to improve living conditions of population through provision of adequate water and sanitation." Laprensagrafica.com informs.

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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.

El Salvador Approves $55 Million for Road and Sanitation Works

February 2011

The Legislature approved loans assigned for sanitation and rural road infrastructure works.

The loans will be used to implement the "Water and Sanitation Program" and "Rural Roads Development Program."

In the first program, to be implemented by the Social Investment Fund for Local Development (FISDL) over a period of 5 years, the intention is to supply water resources to those Salvadoran families who do not have it.

El Salvador: $44 Million in Water Services

August 2010

The IDB approved a $44 million program for water and sanitation, backed by a $20 million loan from the IDB and a $24 million grant from the Spanish Cooperation Fund for Water and Sanitation in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The project’s main goal is to improve living conditions in El Salvador through the provision of adequate water and sanitation services.

IDB Loans $110 Million for Panamanian Infrastructure

February 2010

The credit line by the Inter-American Development Bank will be used for rural infrastructure and aqueducts.

$70 million have been earmarked for widening the highway Divisa – Las Tablas, rural roads and upkeep.

“$40 million will be used to strengthen the National Aqueduct and Sewers Institute, expand drinkable water coverage and improving sewers”, reported Prensa.com.

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