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Brazil's federal government has authorized an investment of 14.9mn reais (US$4.6mn) in a water supply project in the city of Rondonópolis in the country's center west Mato Grosso state.
The project involves building four new treatment systems, with five reservoirs and 128km of distribution lines, according to a statement from the cities ministry.
The project is expected to benefit some 24,000 families across the city.
In addition, the government announced an investment of 29.5mn reais to build 1,440 homes for low income families in Rondonópolis under the Programa Minha Casa, Minha Vida program.