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THE 170TH SESSION OF THE OPEC FUND’ S GOVERNING BOARD


A global Belize: US$10m


Upgrading of Caracol Road, Phase II To improve connectivity, promote economic activity (especially tourism) and raise living standards by upgrading a 42.9 km stretch of road, building eight bridges and installing drainage and road safety features.


reach Chile: US$20m


Maps are for illustration purposes only and are not to be taken as accurate representations of borders. For reasons of scale, countries/territories with small areas are not shown.


Niger: US$15m


Strengthening Resilience of Rural Communities to Food and Nutrition Insecurity Program To enhance food security for more than 1.4 million people by constructing and rehabilitating farming facilities, supporting better rural marketplace infrastructure and 7,300 rural youth enterprises, and providing technical training and institutional strengthening.


44 44 Congo DR: US$45m


Ozone Water Supply (US$30m) To provide around 1.4 million people in western Kinshasa with clean drinking water by constructing supply infrastructure.


North Kiva Agricultural Sector Support (US$15m) To improve food security and incomes for more than 170,00 people through capacity building, institutional strengthening and construction of rural infrastructure.


Lesotho: US$30m


Lesotho Lowlands Water Develop- ment Project – Botha Bothe Region To improve the health and living conditions of about 118,000 people by constructing new water delivery and treatment infrastructure, as well as additional house connections and water points.


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