According to bank documents, the project involves provision of a non-sovereign loan of up to EUR 40 million to the Agence Nationale des Ports ("ANP") to finance the rehabilitation, the upgrade and the strengthening of the infrastructures' resilience in the Moroccan ports of Agadir, Kenitra, Casablanca, Sidi Ifni, Tan-Tan and Larache. The Bank's loan would be accompanied by the mobilisation of grant funding of USD 6.2 million from the Global Environment Facility.
The Project's objectives are to support ANP in financing some components of its investment programme, with the aim to preserve the ports infrastructure assets, improve the infrastructure resilience, and integrate and mainstream climate change adaptation measures into ANP's infrastructure investments. This will lead to a systemic impact on how ANP incorporates climate change adaptation into its investments.
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