Although the new strategy doesn't mention how much the Bank intends to spend on
A statement from the Bank indicates that the priorities will be further strengthened by investing in greater regional integration with
"This is a response strategy meant to support our second phase of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy. We highly appreciate the Bank's engagements in
Prepared jointly by the
The Bank's country Director, DiariÉtou Gaye, said: "The Bank's involvement will help
IFC will provide investments and advisory services to help expand access to finance, promote competitive businesses and investment climate, and support critical sectors of the economy, including agribusiness and infrastructure.
According to IFC's Director for Eastern and
MIGA will look for opportunities to support sustainable private sector investments in the power, water, transportation, and agribusiness sectors.
The new strategy reflects results of extensive consultations with government, local government officials and Members of Parliament, the private sector, development partners, civil society, and academia.
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