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Cameroon: Israeli investors could soon tap into the drinking water sector

Cameroon: Israeli investors could soon tap into the drinking water sector
  • Comments   -   Tuesday, 12 March 2019 11:49

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroon's Minister of Water and Energy, Gaston Eloundou Essomba, received on March 5, a delegation of Israeli investors led by Ran Gidor (photo), the Israeli Ambassador to Cameroon, we learnt.

According to sources, the investors submitted to the Cameroonian government three years ago, a water treatment project aimed at increasing the quantity and quality of drinking water distributed to Cameroonian populations.

More than 60% of Israeli soil is a desert. But, thanks to its technological advances in the water sector, the desert continues to shrink despite global warming. We want to share this technological know-how with Cameroon, and improve the quality of water supply in the Sahel regions, but also in all other regions of the country where water supply is limited,” the Israeli diplomat explained.


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