January 9, 2019
On January 9, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed a grant agreement with the Government of the Republic of Rwanda to provide grant aid of up to 3.191 billion yen for the Project for Strengthening Nzove - Ntora Principal Water Transmission Pipeline in Kigali City.
Under this project, the largest water transmission pipeline in Kigali, the capital city, will be improved along with pump equipment and a water reservoir with the aim of improving social services through improved access to a stable supply of water and stable water services. The project is expected to benefit about 440,000 people in Kigali.
Details for the project are as below.
|Country||Republic of Rwanda|
|Project title||The Project for Strengthening Nzove-Ntora Principal Water Transmission Pipeline in Kigali City|
|Planned implementation period||35 months, including detailed design work and the bidding period|
|Executing agency||Water and Sanitation Cooperation|
|Target region, facilities||Kigali|
|Specific project details (provisional)||(1) Facility construction
The construction of a water transmission pipeline (9.4 kilometers), three pumps in a water treatment plant, and an elevated water tank
(2) Consulting services
Detailed design work, bidding assistance, construction supervision, (as guidance in managing the facilities) guidance in operating, maintaining and managing the water reservoir, pump operation training, others