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Water for Southern Africa's Landlocked Kingdom

500,000 people in the Kingdom of Lesotho now have access to water thanks to the program management efforts of its government implementing agency and CDM Smith. Building all of its components, including a concrete dam, intake and pump station, water treatment plant, conveyance system, and transmission pipelines required much collaboration between all parties, and the benefits to the citizens, local textile industry, and agriculture have proved worthy of this massive effort.

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