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Ganga cleaning: World Bank sanctions $1 bn

Staff reporter, New Delhi
11/08/2017   0 Comments

The World Bank has sanctioned a loan of USD 1 billion for funding Institutional Development and for construction of priority infrastructure projects for municipal waste water treatment and solid waste treatment on the main stem of Ganga in the five Ganga basin states of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar and West Bengal.

The Government of India has withdrawn a cumulative amount of USD 91.26 million (Rs 550.48 crore) under this loan till date.

Cleaning of river is a continuous process. Namami Gange Programme has been launched as a holistic approach covering all existing ongoing projects and new initiative. Under Namami Gange project total number of 173 projects for various activities such as sewage infrastructure, river front development, ghat and crematoria, ghat cleaning, river surface cleaning, afforestation and biodiversity conservation and rural sanitation have been sanctioned. 
 
Out of the 173 projects, 41 numbers of projects have been completed so far.
 

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