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THE 171ST SESSION OF THE OPEC FUND’ S GOVERNING BOARD


A global Nicaragua: US$20.5m


El Tortuguero – La Esperanza Rural Electrification To enhance energy access in remote communities in the southern Caribbean coastal region, where poverty levels are among the highest in the country. Works will include expanding infrastructure and grid connections for circa 300,000 people.


Colombia: US$50m KEY


Agriculture Education Energy Health


Mali:


Manufacturing Roads/Infrastructure Tourism Water


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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.


reach US$20m


Rehabilitation of the Sévaré – Gao Road (Sévaré – Boré Section) To upgrade a 111 km stretch in the Mopti region in central Mali. Approximately 2.7 million people will benefit from improved links to economic centers and social amenities.


Egypt: US$20m


Sustainable Transformation for Agricultural Resilience in Upper Egypt (STAR) To improve living standards for smallholder farmers and vulnerable women and youth. This will be achieved by strengthening rural institutions, enterprises and markets, and supporting micro-enterprises and better farming practices, among other activities. The program is expected to benefit around 1.2 million people.


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