Japan commits $50 million to water and sanitation

AllAfrica: The Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) said it would commit $50 million in the review and up date of the National Water Resources Master Plan currently underway in order to improve access to potable water and sanitation. Speaking at the review and update of the National Water Resources Master Plan by stakeholders in the water sector in Abuja, JICA said it would continue to partner with Nigeria in providing clean water to the people. While presenting the scope of work for the review......

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