• Burkina Faso : La Banque mondiale offre 30 milliards pour appuyer la décentralisation

Burkina Faso : La Banque mondiale offre 30 milliards pour appuyer la décentralisation

L’accord signé le 22 septembre entre les deux parties, va permettre de financer la phase additionnelle du Programme d’appui aux collectivités territoriales (PACT), à travers lequel la Banque mondiale met à la disposition du Burkina Faso, un don d’un montant de 60 millions de dollars US, soit environ 30 milliards de FCFA.


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