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Edgar Chagwa Lungu inspects construction works of the Water Supply and Sanitation Infrastructure under the Integrated Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Program in Mbala district, Northern Province.
The proposed program is part of the National Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Program (NUWSSP) which Goverment Government of Republic of Zambia is implementing aimed at improving service provision in all urban settlements. The Program aims to increase access, quality and sustainability of water supply and sanitation services in twelve (12) towns located in four Provinces. The program is to be implemented over 48 months beginning in January 2017 at a cost of USD 150.57 million.