Tenders for the implementation of five sanitation projects in Sana'a are being studied in the Yemeni Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation, said deputy minister Abdullah al-Shater in a press statement on Saturday.
According to SABA, he added that a number of bidders have already submitted their tenders as they are vying to carry out five solid waste management projects in upper Haddah, central Haddah, al-Jiraf, al-Rawdha and Bayt Mi'yad regions.
"The five projects worth KD12 million will be carried out at the funding of the Arab Fund for Economic Development. The Government will contribute 20% of the cost," he stated. (menareport.com)