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World Bank : Tunisia - Strengthening Foundations for Learning Project

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05/18/2018 | 07:50pm EDT

WASHINGTON, May 18, 2018 - The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors today approved the following project:

Tunisia - Strengthening Foundations for Learning Project

IBRD LOAN: US$ 100 million equivalent (EUR 81.2 million)

Project ID: P162297

Final Maturity: 28 years, Grace Period: 6 years

Project Description: The Project will improve learning conditions in public preschools and primary schools, increase access to public preschool education in selected districts and strengthen management practices in the education sector.

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