Running Water to Be Supplied to Georgian Villages

Villages in Georgia that rely solely on water wells, will be provided with running water, thanks to a joint project by the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia along with the Municipal Development Fund of Georgia.

For the first time, about 1,000 families will have access to running water straight from their faucets.

Once completed, the project will supply about 1,800 subscribers with water throughout its schedule.

The project also aims to rehabilitate existing, non-functional water stations, pump and reservoirs, and will employ approximately 30 people.

Infrastructure works are financed by the European Investment Bank.

The project is set to be finished in 2016, and will cost about $2 million. Nina Ioseliani

30 November 2015 18:46