According to the Bank’s website, Afropa Liberia Inc. is a leading beverage and food distribution company in Liberia. The proposed Project is a $20 million debt financing package, comprised of a $10 million A-loan from IFC and a $10 million loan from the IDA20 IFC-MIGA Private Sector Window’s Blended Finance Facility (“IDA PSW-BFF”), aiming to finance the expansion of the Company in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The Company is implementing a $33 million project, aiming to (i) increase its water bottling capacity in Liberia; (ii) refurbish a newly acquired water bottling plant in Sierra Leone; and (iii) finance working capital needs (the “Project).
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Afropa Liberia Inc.
Mr. Aziz Barbar
Chief of Strategy
+231 7770 88088
Sayon Town, Bushrod Island, Monrovia, Liberia
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