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Western and Central African Leaders Endorse a New Roadmap to Tackle the Learning Crisis

More than forty ministers of finance and education from Western and Central Africa concluded a one-day meeting in Accra on Monday, June.

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World Bank approves $474 million loan to South Africa for COVID-19 vaccines

The World Bank has approved a loan of 454.4 million euros ($474.4 million) to help South Africa fund COVID-19 vaccine purchases, the.

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Development Bank Ghana Seeks Fivefold Lending Leap in 5 years

Development Bank Ghana, which officially starts operations on Tuesday with about $800 million in the capital, plans to grow lending fivefold over.

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Nigeria plans healthcare funds for poor without schemes

Nigeria plans to set up a healthcare fund to cover up to 83 million poor people who cannot afford premiums for insurance.

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Ethiopia, World Bank agree $300 mln grant for reconstruction

The finance ministry said that Ethiopia and the World Bank had signed a pact for a grant of $300 million to assist.

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Nigeria Can Earn More $23bn By Closing Gender Gap – World Bank

The World Bank has said that the Nigerian economy could earn an additional $23- $ 29 billion if the country closed the.

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President Buhari Launches $19Billion Climate Fund Project, Solicits Support

On Monday, Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, actuated a $19 Billion Fund to be channelled towards ecosystem restoration, tree planting, climate-resilient infrastructure, and.

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World Bank projects Africa growth to drop to 3.4 per cent

This year, Africa’s economic growth will drop to 3.4 per cent, down 0.6 percentage points from the four per cent growth recorded.

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World Bank grants Ethiopia $300m for Tigray war recovery

Ethiopia received a massive boost to rebuild from the Tigray war after the World Bank agreed to disburse $300 million targeted at.

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World Bank to finance four projects worth $495 million in Senegal

The World Bank said on Tuesday it has signed deals to finance four projects in Senegal worth a total of $495 million.

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