CIRA–SGIE extends monitoring mission for the Aftout-Chergui water project in Mauritania

CIRA–SGIE extends monitoring mission for the Aftout-Chergui water project in Mauritania

Water supply is at the heart of President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani’s programme. 

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            ▪ CIRA–SGIE extends monitoring mission for the Aftout-Chergui water project in Mauritania

▪ Water supply is at the heart of President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani’s programme. 

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18/01/2021 at 18h59, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 19/01/2021

The CIRA–SGIE consortium is extending monitoring of the implementation of the $100 million Aftout-Chergui water project. It secured the €2.3 million contract from the Ministry of Hydraulics and Sanitation, headed by Sid’Ahmed Ould Mohamed.

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