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The Ministry of Water & Environment
Publish Date: Jun 05, 2014
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The Ministry of Water & Environment through the Directorate of Water Development has allocated funds to be used for the procurement of Consultancy Services for Construction supervision of Gravity Transmission mains for Kanyampanga Gravity Flow Scheme in Kanungu District.

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