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CREC Helps Zambian People Obtain Clean Drinking Water

Clean drinking water is now more accessible to the 200,000 residents in Kaoma, a Western Province of Zambia, as some of the water pipelines built by China Railway Group Limited (CREC) have been put into service.

The water pipelines are a part of the Western Province water supply project that covers the regions of Kaoma, Senanga, and Sesheke.

The project includes construction of a full water supply system such as the water transmission pipelines, a water treatment plant, reservoir and well drilling project, and supporting sanitary disposal facilities.

Construction of the project will also provide jobs for 700 local residents.

The entire water supply system is scheduled to be put into service in September and a total of 600,000 residents will be able to obtain stable clean drinking water once it is fully operational.

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