IDB Reinforces Peru’s Water Management Reform Program

The Inter-American Development Bank is injecting another USD25 million into Peru’s effort to improve the efficiency, equity and sustainability of water use in the country. According to an IDB press release, the third stage of the Water Resources Reform Program aims to consolidate reforms that Peru has carried out under the initiative in the last three years. The two prior disbursements under the program, USD200 million and USD10 million, were approved in 2007 and 2009.

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