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The African Development Bank (AfDB) was asked by the Government of Ghana to lend it’s technical and financial support to the Rural Enterprise Project, an effort to reduce poverty and improve living conditions in the rural areas of the country. 11 million Ghanaians live in the country’s rural districts and have often been left behind in the process of modernisation forcing many to abandon ancestral lands and head for the cities and an uncertain future. An ongoing programme, REP’s successful projects will be increased and the next phase will run into 2017 bringing total support from the AfDB to over $70m.

Categories: Ghana, Poverty Reduction

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