Mozambique: World Bank Support for Post-Cyclone Water Services

Saturday, July 27, 2019 - 19:15

Maputo — The World Bank on Friday approved a grant of 75 million US dollars from its Crisis Response Window as additional funding for the "Water Services and Institutional Support Project", currently under implementation in Mozambique.
According to a World Bank press release, this money "will primarily be utilised in support of water related emergency recovery efforts". The funds will go towards water systems in cities and towns affected by cyclones Idai and Kenneth in March and April, including Beira, Dondo, Tete, Moatize, Nampula, Quelimane, Mocuba and Nacala.