Tag: infrastructure

2,000 million people still consume contaminated water

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A joint who and UN report warns that investment in water infrastructure is insufficient to achieve the goal of sustainable development posed by these organizations for 2030.

Peruvians demand government support against heavy rains

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The region of Piura, Peru most affected town, demonstrators demand repair of infrastructure affected by the flow of the river.

Infrastructure School of Paraguay is the worst of America Latin

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He 24 percent of them students Paraguayan attend to centers school that does not possess the infrastructure adequate, according to a recent study of Unesco Santiago. 

Qatar spent 500 million dollars per week in World Cup

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The Minister of finance qatari, Ali Shareef Al – Emadi, said that the Qatar “will not be the (football) world most expensive history”.

Latin America and Spain will improve water infrastructure

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Despite with 30 percent of the total global surface runoff, at least 34 million people have no access to drinking water in Latin America.

Latin America and Spain will improve water infrastructure

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Despite count with the 30 per cent of the total of the runoff surface world, at least 34 million of people do not have access to the water drinking in America Latin.

Uruguay will invest 12 billion dollars in infrastructure

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The investment will take place in the area of ​​energy, roads, education, health and the railway sector.

Venezuela and China increase strategic cooperation

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Delegations from both countries will meet in Caracas to evaluate strategic projects in the areas of communication, infrastructure and education.

Michelle Bachelet announces huge investment in infrastructure

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With a total of 27 billion dollars, the agenda includes a plan Connectivity Austral in Patagonia and the Arica and Parinacota Plan in the far north.

Venezuelan government and opposition dialogue forward to retrieve universities

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Venezuelan Minister of Higher Education, Ricardo Menendez, said the state has the resources for recovery and creation of new university infrastructure, since many were burned by violent groups of the extreme right.