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Zambia has embarked on a 20 million U.S. dollar project aimed at enhancing access to water and sanitation services in the northern part of the country, a government official said on Friday.

Supported by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the Integrated Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Project will improve sewer treatment and water supply services, said Jonas Chanda, minister in charge of water and sanitation services.

The minister said ongoing and planned projects in northern Zambia are aimed at attaining relevant targets set in Vision 2030 and the Seventh National Development Plan at an earlier date.

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