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Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Others to Benefit from $450m World Bank Projects

The government of Ghana has secured the World Bank’s $450 million multi-country project for the Gulf of Guinea Northern Regions Social Cohesion.

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The Dawn of African Economic Greatness World-Over

The awful truth about emerging African economic greatness is beginning to dawn on the world. Don’t butt in to think it’s going.

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World Bank launches $93B Funds for Low-Income Nations

The World Bank has formally launched its US$93 billion in funding commitments to help low-income countries build up their economies. This development.

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Liberia Set To Host Forest, Climate Resilience Forum

The Liberian government has planned to host a high-level international event to emphasize the value of the nation’s forestry and climate resilience.

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World Bank Moves to end Nigeria’s Regressive Fuel Subsidy

World Bank has resolved to assist Nigeria in phasing out the regressive fuel subsidies plaguing the country and, enhancing social assistance for.

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Africa’s CDC gets $100 mln from World Bank

Africa’s main public health body, the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC), will receive $100 million from the World.

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African Heads of State Reaffirm Commitment to Recovering from Crises and Achieving Economic Transformation

African Heads of State and Government reaffirmed their commitment to seize key opportunities to respond to multiple crises and steer their economies.

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African Caucus wraps up meeting with adoption of Marrakesh Declaration

The 2022 meeting of the African Consultative Group of Finance Ministers & Central Bank Governors of the 54 African Member States of.

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Liberia, World Bank Sign US$44.6M Financing Agreement

Liberia’s Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) and the World Bank have signed financing agreements for two projects totalling US $44.6.

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World Bank Approves $130m Loan To Tunisia For Wheat And Barley Imports

The World Bank has approved a $130 million loan to Tunisia to help the North African country pay for wheat imports and.

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