Wastewater treatment plant is built with Hungarian technology and ready-made houses can be built in Ghana. About this, István Joó, Deputy State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Affairs reported on Tuesday to the MTI from the capital of Ghana.In Kumari, the second largest city in the West African country, with a population of about two million, a foundation stone of EUR 10 million was cleaned up on Monday. In Black Africa, this is the first water management project funded by Eximbank. The plant was designed and built by Pureco Kft. This is a significant success for Hungary, as Ghanaian investors eventually chose Hungarian technology in a fairly strong competition, said István Joó.The plant will contribute to improving the quality of life of more than 100,000 people from mid-2020, and the company has begun negotiations with the Ghanaian side on the construction of further wastewater treatment plants, said the Deputy Secretary of State.Housing is one of the most serious problems for Africa, and so for Ghana, because it greatly affects the quality of life of the people living here, and ultimately whether they are looking for livelihood, happiness or away from home. The country of about 30 million will have to build nearly two million homes in the coming years, so it is of paramount importance that a Hungarian company Solin Energy Kft. The elements of this house have been made in Hungary, and Hungarian professionals have assembled them here in less than 11 days, according to local experts and ministry staff, a record in speed. The Hungarian company has now begun negotiations with the Ministry of Housing on the construction of 10,000 residential units.