Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities Mostafa Madbouly met with an evaluation delegation from the World Bank to discuss projects that are set to be undertaken in the drinking water and sewage sectors.
The delegation is also expected to evaluate works within 10 days, as it will be meeting with the ministry and several parties involved in the execution of the water projects.
Madbouly confirmed that building water facilities in Egyptian villages is one of the ministry’s top priorities, highlighting the country’s development plans in preserving clean water and making use of it.
The ministry is currently executing water projects through the World Bank’s Program-for-Results Financing. The projects revolve around three goals, including constructing water facilities for houses in villages, enhancing the development and construction through fulfilling financial and management needs, and developing and advancing the water and sewage sector.
The delegation also praised the plan to form a committee responsible for managing the projects and developing the water sector, according to Sayed Ismail, Advisor to the Housing Minister for Facilities.