in financing from the World Bank to improve its power and gas sectors. The funding includes $200 million for network investments and technical assistance to boost electricity supply, and another $400 million for domestic gas market development. The Washington-based lender approved three more development projects for Nigeria worth a total of $420 million. Of the sum, $225 million will be spent to combat HIV/AIDS, $95 million to improve secondary education and $100 million to prevent malaria. The supplementary funding for
will help support net distribution, malaria treatment, diagnostics, awareness-raising, behavior change communication, and engagement of grassroots organizations. Meanwhile, the
will enhance public junior and senior secondary education in 637 schools around Lagos.