Original disclosure @ DFC website
Updated in EWS Apr 4, 2023
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According to the Bank’s website, the Project includes the Insured (1) purchasing approximately €414 million (approximately $460 million) of Government of Kenya (“GoK”) sovereign debt from creditors and subsequently renegotiating the terms of the debt with the GoK, and (2) redirecting a portion of the payments from the restructured sovereign debt to fund grants (the “Grants”) and to capitalize an endowment fund for long-term funding of conservation activities with the goals of conserving and enhancing marine and coastal ecosystems, strengthening the governance and management of such ecosystems, and creating resilient ecological and human communities (the “Project”). The Project is expected to result in approximately €30 million of debt savings for the GoK over 9 years
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