Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jan 11, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Aug 23, 2018
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Le projet prevoit le financement des travaux de rehabilitation de la route Senoba-Ziguinchor-Mpack ainsi que le desenclavement des regions du sud du Senegal.
Le projet s'inscrit sous le mandat de Cotonou et repond aux objectifs de developpement d'infrastructures sociales et economiques, notamment dans le secteur des transports. Le projet contribue aux objectifs prioritaires d'integration regionale, de reduction de la pauvrete et de croissance economique inclusive. Le projet fait partie des plans strategiques nationaux, regionaux et continentaux, et correspond a une section du corridor transafricain ndeg7 (RTA7) Dakar-Lagos. La Banque a approuve et signe une premiere operation sur le meme corridor (<< Pont de Rosso >>) a la frontiere entre le Senegal et la Mauritanie, signee en 2017.
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