Original disclosure @ AFDB website
Updated in EWS Dec 10, 2019
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The AfDB emergency and humanitarian assistance will complement work currently being done by the Government and other donors. The Project components are: (i) construction of 4 schools to avoid overcrowding in classrooms, rehabilitate 4 health centers, and construct 4 new water points); (ii) rehabilitation of existing and affected school classroom structures such as latrines, electrical cabling, and water pumps; and (iii) provision of furniture, refurbishment of equipment, reconditioning, and replacement of academic materials. The total amount of the emergency and humanitarian assistance required is estimated at USD 1.0 million (One Million US Dollars).
Total cost: 712710
Source(s) of financing
Task Manager: DARBO Suwareh, COSD
Implementing Agency: Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) Ministry of Security &Social Dev. (MSSD)
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