AfDB and EU To Invest 13 Million Dollars

AfDB To Invest 13 Million Dollars
AfDB To Invest 13 Million Dollars

The AfDB (African Development Bank) and EU look to invest over 13 million dollars into Togo’s rural areas to help bring electricity to over 500 localities in the area. The funding was received from the AfDB, the EU-Africa Trust Fund as well as private investments with whatever amount left being provided by the Togolese government, the bulk of which was provided by the EU in the region of 10 million euros.
This is all part of the CIZO project which was initially launched in 2017. Other than just providing electricity to health centres and homes, the funds will also be used for installation of water supplies and irrigation systems.


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