World Bank Expands Aid for Cameroon Urban and Water Development Scheme

The World Bank will provide USD28.7 million worth of additional financing for an urban and water development project in Cameroon. The project aims to increase acccess of urban residents, particularly those living in low-income commmunities, to basic services and infrastructure.

The World Bank has originally provided a USD77.45 million grant to the project.

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