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Government Launches Cabo Delgado Reconstruction Programme

Government Launches Cabo Delgado Reconstruction Programme

The Prime Minister, Carlos Agostinho do Rosário, announced Wednesday in Pemba city, the total that were the target of terrorist actions in Cabo Delgado province needs US$300 million to rebuild the districts.

According to the Prime Minister, of the amount announced, 200 million will be applied in the short term to restoring the State’s administrative and operational infrastructures, health, education, electricity, banking and mobile phone networks.

Do Rosário congratulated the private sector, namely banking, electricity and mobile telephony, which is already investing from its own funds in the replacement. Meanwhile, the State will finance the activities through its budget and also counts on the support of cooperation partners.

According to the governor, a technical team to assess the damage was in several parts of the province to assess the needs of each sector in that province, which resulted in the reconstruction plan that is being published.

The plan includes a provincial commission that will work on operationalizing and monitoring all stages of reconstruction.

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The northern region of the country suffered damage from cyclone Kenneth, terrorist attacks that halted the implementation of natural gas mega-projects and the negative impact of covid-19.

Do Rosário invited all actors in society to identify areas for action in the implementation of the reconstruction plan, which includes the participation of the Defense and Security Forces, Finance, Public Works and housing, among others.


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