World Bank & MW Sign a MK259 Billion Financing Agreement on Governance

The World Bank and Malawi Government have on Thursday signed a 259-billion-kwacha financing agreement to assist in the areas of governance, water improvement, and financial inclusion.

During the signing in ceremony this morning in Lilongwe, World Bank country manager Hugh Ridell says pressure mounts for implementing partners to perform, as the project’s sustainability depends on that performance.

Minister of Finance Felix Mlusu has said it is the duty of the current regime to ensure that implementation is done to the book, especially since that at a time Malawi is grappling with effects of climate change and the novel Covid-19, she needs more assistance.

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