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CRWB NEEDS 1.2 TRILLION KWACHA TO ADDRESS WATER CHALLENGES

The Central Region Water Board (CRWB) says it needs K1.2 trillion to address some of the challenges it faces in providing potable water to customers in its catchment area.

Board Chairperson for CRWB, Eddison Mombera, was speaking in Ntcheu District during a tree planting exercise which was organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Water and Sanitation.

ROYAL FEEL – Inkosi Ya Makhosi Gomani 5 assists Water and Sanitation Minister Abida Mia in planting a tree.

For instance, there are visible challenges in the board’s attempts to expand water supply services in light of growing demand.

Water and Sanitation Minister Abida Mia says the government is already working with partners to ensure that it quickly addresses the water supply-related challenges that the country is experiencing in some parts.

Government is working with partners – Abida Mia, Minister of Water & Sanitation.

Meanwhile, CRWB has so far planted 18,679 trees during the 2023/2024 period and hopes to plant an additional 7,000 trees.

Reported by Lonjezo Msodoka

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