What: High-Level Policy Dialogue on Sustainable Debt Management in Africa Who: Senior government officials, creditors, economists and debt experts from international financial institutions and multilateral development banks, When: Tuesday, 23 August 2022 Where: Virtual
Forty km north of Abidjan, Azaguié is a seemingly quiet town. But here, like everywhere else in Côte d'Ivoire, no one has forgotten the civil war that tore the country apart in 2011, causing more than 3,000 deaths and thousands of displaced people. After the conflict, which tore apart communities in Côte d'Ivoire that had previously lived in harmony, community development became a key issue in the country's reconstruction.
Following its launch in Benin in 2013, the Ouémé Valley Rural Infrastructure Support Project successfully improved the incomes of local populations. Rice farmers in the region now earn $361.47 a year, surpassing the target of $221.99. The project, expected to close in December 2022, received $74.83 million in co-funding from the African Development Bank Group's concessional arm, the African Development Fund. Additional financing came from the Global Environment Facility.
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