A 300-cubic-meter water tank replaced a deteriorating 75-cubic-meter storage tank in Aitanit, Bekaa Valley.
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At a ceremony Friday in the Bekaa Valley town of Aitanit, Energy and Water Minister Arthur Nazarian announced the completion of a number of water projects undertaken by international agencies. The projects, which aimed to increase access to fresh water by improving infrastructure in five west Bekaa towns, brought together UNICEF and the U.K. and German governments.German Ambassador to Lebanon Martin Huth, Deputy MENA Director of the U.K. government's Department for International Development Beth Arthy, and UNICEF Lebanon Representative Tanya Chapuisat also attended Friday's ceremony.The German government sponsored projects in the villages of Saghbin and Aana to dig municipal water wells and build large water storage tanks.
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