MMEWR – Zambezi River Water Pipeline – Botswana - Project Profile
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Ministry of Minerals Energy and Water Resources (MMEWR) is planning to construct a water pipeline in Gaborone, Botswan.
The project involves the construction of water pipeline which will be developed in two phases.
First phase will be the construction of the pipeline to the Panadamatenga farms for agricultural use.
Second phase involves the construction of pipeline from Zambezi River to Francistown.
It also includes the construction of a pipeline from Southern part to cater for water shortages, pumping station, a terminal station, storage reservoirs, and the installation of pressure regulators.
In 2009, Botswana submitted a formal request to the Southern African Development Community to draw 495 million m3 of water a year from the Zambezi River.
MMEWR is process of reviewing plans and designs and the project is expected to be completed in 2021.
The project involves the construction of water pipeline project in Botswan.
The US$1600 million project includes the following: