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ECOWAS PRESIDENT RECEIVES MANAGING DIRECTOR OF WORLD BANK                                                                                                                         08-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     The President of the ECOWAS Commission, Dr. Omar Alieu Touray, meets with the Managing Director of Operations of the World Bank, Anna Bjerde, who visited the Commission Headquarters in Abuja.

While welcoming the World Bank Delegation, President Touray stressed that ECOWAS Management was committed to building stronger institutions and better management processes adding that “the Commission takes the ECOWAS-World Bank partnership seriously.”

The Managing Director of Operations of the World Bank, Anna Bjerde, informed the President of the ECOWAS Commission that Africa was in front in the Bank’s areas of Support.

She added that it was important for partners to remain engaged even when things are difficult.

They discussed other areas of cooperation. The World Bank is supporting the ECOWAS Commission in the areas of food security, Energy, Statistics, and the WURI project, among others with about 93 million US Dollars.

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