ADB will provide $250 million for a project of Dhaka WASA to develop an environmentally sustainable water supply system in the city.
The Asian development Bank (ADB) will provide $ 250 million to Bangladesh for ‘Dhaka Environmentally Sustainable Water Supply’ to increase supply of surface water in the capital, reports UNB.
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