New Delhi: The World Bank has signed an agreement with India to provide 10.22 billion rupees for potable water facilities and sanitation interventions in rural Kerala, an official release said on Thursday.
   
The facilities, which will benefit around 1.84 million people, will come up within five-and-a-half years, the release said.
   
The agreement was signed in Kerala Wednesday, with the signatories being representatives of the central and state governments, apart from the World Bank.

(Agencies)