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EVENTS


Anajulia Taylhardat, Director, Coordination and Planning


Al Shaimaa Al-Sheiby, Acting Director, MENA, Eastern Europe and Central Asia


WORLD BANK AND IMF ANNUAL MEETINGS


IIF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA VIRTUAL INVESTOR TRIP


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he OPEC Fund participated in a virtual Sub- Saharan Africa Investor Trip, organized by the


Institute of International Finance (IIF) for its members. The virtual event brought together policy makers,


investors and private sector players and focused on Kenya and Ghana. The presenters included representatives from Moody’s, the Central Bank of Kenya and Ghana, the African Development Bank, the


Sami Ben Daamech, Senior Advisor to the Director-General


The 2020 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) took place virtually in October. The OPEC Fund’s Director-General, Assistant Director-Generals and other members of Senior Management and staff participated in a number of events and side meetings. To date, the OPEC Fund and World Bank have together


committed more than US$313 million for 55 public sector operations in West and Central Africa.


Tarek Sherlala, Assistant Director- General, Financial Operations


Africa Finance Corporation and more. OPEC Fund operational teams from the public and private sectors, and trade finance, attended the investor meetings. Both Kenya and Ghana are partner countries of the OPEC Fund. Last year, the OPEC Fund contributed US$45 million to a major finance facility for the Ghana Cocoa Board (Cocobod) that will support the jobs and incomes of some 800,000 farmers.


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