Manaus City Hall closes new partnership with the Government of Japan on behalf of communities of RDS TupéThe partnership is for the construction of two wells, that will extend the service to the demand for drinking water supply of communities.
The Manaus City Hall and the Government of Japan will establish, on Tuesday (21), new partnership for the construction of two wells, that will extend the service to supply drinking water demand of the communities of Sustainable Development Reserve (RDS) to Blunt, municipal conservation unit located on the right bank of the Rio Negro, distant 25 minutes from Manaus.
The wells will be built within the Assistance Program for Community Projects Human Security of the Ministry of Japanese Foreign. Manaus competed with other cities in five States of the Amazon and was again awarded funds of around US $ 71,9 thousand for the execution of the project.
The resource endowment term will be signed at the headquarters of the Saint John Community Residents Association, with the presence of the Municipal Secretary of Environment and Sustainability, Antonio Nelson de Oliveira Junior, and Japan's Consul General, in exercise, Takahiro Iwato. This is the second partnership between both institutions for the benefit of communities in the RDS Tupé.