World Bank approves $150 million to improve road connectivity in Northern GhanaWorld Bank approves $150 million to improve road connectivity in Northern Ghana
The World Bank approved today a $150 million International Development Association credit for Transport Sector Improvement Project (TSIP) in Ghana.
It will help improve regional connectivity in the Northern Region involving rehabilitation of road links from Tamale to Yendi and Tatale on the Eastern border with Togo, and about 200km of feeder roads to link agricultural value chains to provide access to markets and support agribusiness.
"Our support to Ghana under the TSIP seeks to respond to Government's priorities of inclusive economic growth, job creation, increased efficiency in delivering public services, and better accountability to citizens," said Henry Kerali, World Bank Country Director for Ghana.
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