A €40 Million African Development Bank Loan for Water and Sanitation in Senegal
By Inès Magoum
The government of Senegal has obtained €39.64 million in financing to strengthen drinking water and sanitation services in disadvantaged areas of the country. The loan is provided by the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the African Development Fund (ADF).
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the African Development Fund (ADF) are financing a new project in Senegal to the tune of €39.64 million. This is the Access to Safe Services and Sanitation for Sustainable Resilience in Disadvantaged Areas Project (Pasea-RD), which aims to reduce the regional disparities that persist in access to drinking water and sanitation in the West African country. Of the €39.64 million loan, €37.18 million is from the AfDB and €2.46 million from the ADF.
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Source: Afrik21 (link opens in a new window)
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