The government expects to spend 3.5% of GDP on infrastructure next year.
Bolivia's government is pulling out all the stops to ward off the effects of a potential repeat drought, pledging another US$140mn to expand a reservoir in the key farming region of Cochabamba.
Some US$1.28bn in potable water and sewage projects were tendered during Julia Guardia's tenure as the director of IDAAN.
The state run water utility Sanepar is expanding coverage in the cities of Matinhos and Pontal do Paraná.
Peru's infrastructure is about to see the biggest investment drive in the country's history, as President Kuczynski seeks to rebuild the flood-battered country.
The initiative is expected to benefit 480,000 residents of the province's capital.