Posted: March 9, 2016. 1:16 p.m. CST.
By Chrisbert Garcia: A press release issued earlier today, announced that there will be a ground-breaking ceremony in Maskall Village this afternoon to inaugurate its newly rehabilitated rudimentary water system that cost the Government of Belize $999,494.96 to complete.
Made possible through a loan from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), this upgraded system will ensure that residents of that village have a continuous supply of reliable potable water for daily use and entails the construction of a 40,000 gallon water tank, a 10’ x 10’ pump house, as well as installation of transmission and distribution lines
This project was implemented by the Belize Social Investment Fund as part of its mandate to work in line with the government’s poverty alleviation strategy.
The ceremony will begin at 2:00 p.m. and there will be a host of ministers, government officials and members of Maskall’s water board in attendance.
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