The purpose of the Project is to increase access to sustainable drinking water service by assuring adequate water supply and service reliability in order to eliminate the use of hauled water, thus helping to reduce health risks associated with waterborne diseases.
The proposed project consists of the construction of a drinking water system, including the installation of a new water transmission line, storage tank and distribution system, as well as equipping an existing well with a new power connection, pumping equipment and disinfection to provide first-time water service to the community of José Silva Sánchez in the municipality of Soto la Marina, Tamaulipas (the “Project”).
The Project is expected to generate environmental and human health benefits related to the following Project outcomes:
• Provide first-time access to safe and reliable drinking water service for 33 new residential service connections.
• Assure sufficient water supply by providing adequate pumping capacity and storage.
|Total Project Cost||US 0.26M|
US 0.25M - NADBank Grant: CAP