Renaissance Management Group (RMG) is pleased to announce that the award of a grant from the United States Trade Development Agency (USTDA) to conduct a feasibility study for the development of potable water systems in Ekiti State, Nigeria. The scope of the study will include the evaluation of water transmission options, options for the treatment of surface water, means of distribution to small rural towns and villages, and the preparation of an implementation plan.
Kevin Hayden, President/CEO, states “RMG is committed to Africa and to delivering potable drinking water to the people of Nigeria. Water is a life source and a critical component of sustainable development in Africa. This feasibility study is an important first step towards that objective. The study will serve as the basis for building a business case necessary to attract funding and investment. We commend USTDA for its support and the Urban Development Bank for their foresight and leadership on this important matter.”
USTDA is an independent U.S. Government foreign assistance agency whose mission is to advance economic development and U.S. commercial interests in developing and middle-income countries. RMG will work in association with the Urban Development Bank of Nigeria and the U.S. engineering firm Armentrout Roebuck & Mattheny, P.C.
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