The World Bank Provides US $ 660 Million to Support Socio-Economic Investments in Burundi. – Magara Times


The World Bank is making available more than 660 million US dollars to support socio-economic investments aimed at significantly reducing poverty, which affects more than 2/3 of the Burundian population and promote economic growth. This was said by KOFFI Nestor at a meeting he held with Burundian government representatives such as the Second Vice President, Ministers, Provincial Governors, and Project Managers, this Tuesday in Bujumbura. 19659002] This fund will be used more specifically in agriculture, health, nutrition, social protection, ICT, trade, governance, environment, and natural resources.

 Sandrine J. BAHATI

Sandrine J. BAHATI is a Journalist in the Magara Times Journal that reports on Health, Education and Relations. Sandrine is also Presenter of Health Programming, Education and Radio Relations Magara Times FM. Contact:

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