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    18 November, 2010
Loan agreements signed with World Bank
Maputo, 18 Nov (AIM) – The Mozambican government and the World Bank on Wednesday signed four loan agreements in Maputo to the total value of $146 million.

These loans were all approved by the World Bank board in September. The largest is for $50 million to finance the second phase of the Maputo Development Programme (PROMAPUTO).

The other loans are for $20 million for technical assistance for spatial development, $34 million for the acquisition of medicines and other hospital consumables, and $35 million for water supply programmes.

Speaking after the signing ceremony, the Minister of Planning and Development, Aiuba Cuereneia, said that the funding of PROMAPUTO is particularly intended for road rehabilitation and maintenance in the capital, to improve the Maputo drainage system, and to increase the coverage of the garbage collection system.

”The government is making a major effort to develop the Maputo municipality”, said Cuereneia. The government’s own contribution to PROMAPUTO is $15 million, mostly to be spent on roads and on improving the management of urban public transport.
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President addresses Catholic Bishops
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New water system for Gorongosa inaugurated
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