Around 424 water network and sanitation projects have been implemented in Egypt with investment costs of EGP 30 billion, since President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi has been in office, said Mostafa Madbouly, Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Development, Amwal Al Ghad reported.

An estimated 52 water network projects were implemented in the 2014/2015 fiscal year at a total cost of EGP 4 billion. Combined capacity of these projects is 763,000 meters every three days.

The 2015/2016 fiscal year saw the development of 84 water network projects developed, with a capacity of 14.4 billion meters every 3 days and a total cost of EGP 2.9 billion.

About 38 sanitation projects have been completed with a capacity of 612,000 meters every 3 days at a coast of EGP 3 billion, and 23 projects developed in the 2015/2016 fiscal year with a 2.3 million meters capacity per 3 days, at a cost of EGP 2.9 billion.

There are water network projects worth EGP 4.9 billion currently underway as well as sanitation projects worth EGP 2.8 billion.