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Honduran water authority Sanaa has postponed a tender for potable water and sanitation projects in rural departments.
Sanaa has called on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to submit proposals for projects in Choluteca, El Paraíso, Intibucá, Lempira, Francisco Morazán, Copan, Yoro, Cortés and Santa Bárbara departments, according to a tender notice on the UN Development Business website.
Bids were initially due on November 4, but were postponed until January 14.
The projects will be financed with a 25mn-lempira (US$1.18mn) donation from the IDB and the Spanish fund for water and sanitation cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean (Fecasalc), as part of a wider potable water and sanitation investment program.