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(2019년 11월 22일, 서울) 한국정부와 세계은행(WB), PASET(아프리카 과학기술 파트너십, Partnership for Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology)은 11월 22일 서울에서 지금까지의 협력관계에서 창출된 성과를 공유하고 향후 발전 과제를 논의하는 워크숍을 진행한다. 한국 정부와 유관기관은 지난 2013년부터 6년간 WB, PASET 참여국과 함께 아프리카 지역의 과학기술, 고등교육, 직업기술교육 분야의 발전계획 수립과 역랑개발을 지원해오고 있다.

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KIGALI, November 20, 2019 – For Marie Nyiraneza, 61, agriculture had always been a subsistence occupation. She never imagined that she could comfortably live off farming and even manage to save and invest in other economic activities.

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WASHINGTON, November 15, 2019 — The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors today approved $140 million in support for Madagascar’s efforts to enhance transport connectivity in selected rural areas and to improve access to social and economic opportunities of communities.

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WASHINGTON, 15 novembre 2019 — La Banque mondiale a approuvé aujourd’hui un crédit de 140millions de dollars pour soutenir les efforts déployés par Madagascar pour améliorer la connectivité des transports dans certaines zones rurales, et par la même occasion, l’accès des communautés aux opportunités économiques et sociales.

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IDA Credit:US$ 140 million equivalent Maturity:38 yearsGrace:6 years Project ID:P166526 Project Description: The project objective is to enhance transport connectivity in selected rural areas to improve access to social and economic opportunities.

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Poverty in Uganda has fallen substantially over the past 20 years. From 1992 to 2005, the proportion of the population living in poverty declined from 56.4 percent to 31.1 percent. However, sluggish growth and the drought of 2016-17 have reversed some of the gains.

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LUSAKA, November 19, 2019 – When Mary Phiri started secondary school two years ago, she had to walk about 18 kilometers every day from Palabana to get to the nearest school, in Lusaka Province.

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WASHINGTON, November 13, 2019—Ethiopia is one of the fastest growing countries in the world. Its current population of over 100 million is expected to double in the next 30 years, hitting 210 million by 2060.

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ADDIS ABABA, November 14, 2019 – With a Human Capital Index (HCI) of 0.38, Ethiopia ranks 135 out of 157 countries. This means that a child born in Ethiopia today will be only 38% as productive when she grows up, as she could be if she enjoyed complete education and full health.

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Challenge Somalia was on the brink of famine in 2017. Sequential seasons of reduced rainfall, low harvests, and dying livestock exposed the country to famine from drought, compounding decades of climatic shocks and conflict.

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Challenge Seychelles, an island state with a population of 95,000, has developed at a remarkable pace, making it the only high-income country in Sub-Saharan Africa. Since a macro fiscal crisis in 2008/2009, Seychelles has managed an outstanding turnaround in restoring fiscal sustainability and improving public sector governance.

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Challenge Cameroon is a low middle-income country at two speeds: poverty and inequality are deteriorating in the northern regions notably the conflict prone North-West, while declining slightly in the rest of the country.

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LILONGWE, November 13, 2019— Farmers in 12 districts are expected to benefit from climate resilience technologies, new crop varieties, and improved agronomic practices through an additional 40 million Norwegian Kroners (approximately $4.4million) provided by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the World Bank towards the Malawi Second Agriculture Sector Wide Approach Support Project (ASWAp SPII) Multi-Donor Trust Fund.

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Challenge Growth maintained its gradual recovery in 2018 but must accelerate to maintain poverty gains given its population dynamics. Public debt levels remains a concern. Growth increased from 3%in 2017 to 3.5%in 2018, driven by diversification and increased activity in the non-extractive sector which reached 5.5%growth.

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В рамках проекта, осуществляемого Всемирным банком, повышается качество преподавания и улучшается учебная среда в одной из школ Нигера. "Я люблю свою школу, потому что именно здесь я научилась читать", - говорит Мариама, 10 лет.

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Challenge Most developing countries suffer from poor economic governance. The symptoms are often familiar: costly and opaque concessions and Public and Private Partnership (PPP) schemes, weak procurement and oversight of contracts, and poor natural resource management to name a few.

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世界银行实施的某项目正在提高尼日尔某校的施教和学习环境质量。“我爱我的学校,因为我在这里学会了阅读,”10岁的Mariama说。摄影:Mouslim Sidi Mohamed

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