The project will help to substantially improve the environmental situation in Hann Bay and reduce the health risks stemming from the discharge of untreated domestic and industrial effluent into the natural environment.
The purpose of the project to clean up Hann Bay, located south-east of the city of Dakar, is to restore water quality in the bay.
The project addresses key environmental and health issues and therefore qualifies as a priority urban sanitation operation under Senegal's Drinking Water and Sewerage Programme for the Millennium (PEPAM).
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