Pretoria, 8 June. South African authorities have launched a large-scale project to combat water scarcity in Cape Town.
The aim of the initiative is to prevent the drying up of the natural resources around the settlement and also to ensure the natural cleaning of many storm pools through increased use of the liquid. In addition, the authorities have prepared estimates for the purchase of generators to power future sewage pumping stations and filtration plants.
In addition, within the framework of the project, the government of the country plans to restore and replace about 50 kilometers of water pipes. The authorities of the Republic allocated more than 15 million US dollars for the implementation of the entire program.
According to officials, work under the initiative will take a maximum of four years. It is assumed that by 2027, 4.9 million citizens will receive the required amount of fluid every day.
Lack of water is one of the most pressing problems for all the countries of the Black Continent. According to a report by Save the Children International, more than 16 million children in Kenya are constantly thirsty.
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