Government of India and ADB sign $200 million loan to tackle flood and erosion risk along Brahmaputra river:

Government of India and ADB sign $200 million loan to tackle flood and erosion risk along Brahmaputra river:

Daily Current Affairs   /   Government of India and ADB sign $200 million loan to tackle flood and erosion risk along Brahmaputra river:

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Category : National Published on: February 13 2024

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  • The Government of India and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed a $200 million loan to strengthen flood and riverbank erosion risk management along the 650 kilometres (km) long main stem of the Brahmaputra river in the state of Assam.
  • The project interventions include stabilising 60 km of riverbanks, installing 32 km of pro-siltation measures, and building 4 km of climate-resilient flood embankments in five high-priority districts (Dibrugarh, Goalpara, Kamrup Rural, Morigaon, and Tinsukia).
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