Mozambique to Commence Tendering for MCA-Backed Projects

Mozambique is opening the bidding for international public tenders worth USD300 million under public works projects financed by the U.S. Millennium Challenge Account, AIM reports. The projects cover construction and rehabilitation works on roads and water infrastructure in northern Mozambique.

The first batch of tenders will be publicized next week. These tenders are for the construction of 100 water sources in the province of Nampula and 50 in neighboring Cabo Delgado. The majority of the remaining tenders will not be made public until the last quarter of the year. These include tenders for additional water sources in Nampula and Cabo Delgado, as well as the rehabilitation of water supply and sanitation facilities in Quelimane, Nampula and Pemba, and a highway that runs through the provinces of Zambezia, Nampula and Cabo Delgado.

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