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OFID DIARY APRIL – JUNE 2019 MAY 6


EMERGENCY AID GRANTS APPROVED International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. US$500,000. To support the delivery of shelter, food, medical care, and water, sanitation and hygiene items to victims of cyclone Ida in Mozambique.


International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. US$500,000. To help fund ongoing disaster relief operations after severe flooding hit nearly all 31 provinces in Iran.


JUNE 12


167TH SESSION OF THE GOVERNING BOARD


PUBLIC SECTOR LOANS APPROVED Cuba. US$25m. West Havana Sanitation and Pluvial Drainage. To reduce environmental pollution and improve health indicators and living conditions, benefiting an estimated 73,000 people.


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Egypt. US$95m. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development (MSMED) III. To help create around 33,000 job opportunities and boost self-employment through the extension of small loans to MSMEs and local banks, NGOs and microfinance institutions.


Ghana. U$20m. Eastern Corridor Development Program (Phase I). To construct a 40 km road and repair a 24 km stretch to improve domestic / regional trade and stimulate economic development for circa 230,000 people.


Liberia. US$25m. To pave a 64 km road in northern Liberia, improving the transport of agricultural goods and increasing food security and incomes for around 43,000 people.


Mozambique. US$36m. To install a 563 km transmission system from Temane to the capital Maputo and upgrade / build sub-stations in southern Mozambique.


Oman. US$130m. Alsharqiya Expressway Tunnels. To construct two expressway tunnels to improve connections between the north and eastern regions, enhance trade and provide efficient transport for around one million people.


Rwanda. US$20m. Rwanda Sustainable Water Supply & Sanitation


Program – Phase II. To construct eight water supply systems to serve 14 districts. Access is expected to rise from 30 to nearly 100 percent – improving living standards for approximately 5.4 million people.


Senegal. US$10m. Support to Agricultural Development & Rural Entrepreneurship Program - Phase II (PADAER II). To construct infrastructure for circa 437,000 small producers to increase yield and create more jobs – with a focus on women and youth.


Sierra Leone. US$20m. Education Sector Support. To reconstruct and rehabilitate four public secondary schools, a teacher training college and a polytechnic to ease overcrowding and accommodate rising enrolments.


Suriname. US$6m. Health Facilities Improvement (Supplementary Loan). To cover funding gaps related to a hospital in the capital Paramaribo and primary healthcare facilities across the country serving approximately 300,000 people/year.


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