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IDA Grant from Crisis Response Window: US$ 35 million equivalent Co-financing from the Strengthening Mozambique's Social Protection System Multi-Donor Trust Fund: US$ 10 million equivalent Project ID: P170327 Project Description: The project development objective is the same as the original project, which is to provide temporary income support to extremely poor households and to put in place the building blocks of a social safety net system.

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WASHINGTON, 23 de outubro de 2019 - O Banco Mundial aprovou hoje uma doação da Associação Internacional de Desenvolvimento (IDA)* no valor equivalentes a 35 milhões de dólares americanos da Janela de Resposta a Crises da instituição, como financiamento adicional para ampliar os programas da rede de segurança social do Governo de Moçambique, em resposta aos efeitos devastadores dos ciclones Idai e Kenneth sobre os meios de subsistência das comunidades afetadas.

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WASHINGTON, October 23, 2019 — The World Bank approved today an International Development Association (IDA)* grant of $35 million equivalent from the institution’s Crisis Response Window as additional financing to scale up the Government of Mozambique’s safety net programs in response to the devastating effects of the cyclones Idai and Kenneth on people’s livelihoods in affected communities.

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WASHINGTON, 24 de outubro de 2019 - As economias da África Subsaariana continuaram a melhorar os seus climas para negócios, com a maior economia da região, a Nigéria, a conquistar um lugar entre as que mais melhoram globalmente este ano, juntamente com o Togo, de acordo com o estudo Fazer Negócios do Grupo Banco Mundial.

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WASHINGTON, 24 octobre 2019 – Les économies de l'Afrique subsaharienne continuent d'améliorer le climat des affaires. Selon l’étude Doing Business du Groupe de la Banque mondiale, la plus grande économie de la région, le Nigeria, obtient une place parmi les meilleures progressions mondiales de l’année aux côtés du Togo.

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WASHINGTON, October 24, 2019 – Economies in Sub-Saharan Africa continued to improve their business climates, with the region’s largest economy, Nigeria, earning a place among the year’s top global improvers alongside Togo, according to the World Bank Group’s Doing Business study.

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Download Inclusion Matters in Africa report: Overview | Full Report Social inclusion in Africa Africa has garnered global attention for its many achievements and its dynamism, and at the same time, it has taken the spotlight for its substantial challenges.

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WASHINGTON, October 17, 2019— What will it take for Africa to connect an additional 1.1 billion people online by 2030 and bridge the connectivity gap? A new report launched today at the World Bank/IMF Annual Meetings estimates the cost of closing the digital divide at around $100 billion or close to US$9 billion a year.

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WASHINGTON, 17 octobre 2019 — Alors que moins d’un tiers des Africains sont actuellement connectés à l’internet haut débit, le montant des investissements nécessaires pour garantir un accès universel, abordable et de qualité sur l’ensemble du continent d’ici 2030 s’élève à 100milliards de dollars.

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WASHINGTON, 16octobre 2019 — M.Abdoulaye Seck, directeur des opérations de la Banque mondiale pour le Cameroun, et M.Alamine Ousmane Mey, ministre camerounais de l’Économie, de la Planification et de l’Aménagement du territoire, ont signé hier un accord de crédit à l’appui des politiques de développement de 200millions de dollars, qui vise à renforcer la viabilité des finances publiques, améliorer la compétitivité et protéger les populations pauvres et les plus vulnérables.

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Credit: US$ 45 million equivalent Maturity: 30 years Grace: 5 years Project ID: P166697 Project Description: The project development objective is to increase access to improved water supply and sanitation services in targeted areas of Eswatini.

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