The information was given this Monday in Abidjan by Yacouba Dagnogo, the Project Coordinator for the construction and equipment of six high schools for young girls with boarding schools (PCELFI) in Côte d’Ivoire during a handover ceremony. vehicles and equipment to the General Inspectorate of the Ministry of National Education and Literacy.
As of May 31, 2021, data on the IDB’s portfolios indicate that it “finances twenty projects in Côte d’Ivoire, two of which are in co-financing for a total amount of CFAF 789.70 billion with a general disbursement rate of 32 , 71%, ”said Mr. Dagnogo.
“The OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) for its part finances four projects in the country for a total amount of CFAF 27.86 billion with a general disbursement rate of 11.13%”, he added. .
This equipment, which was handed over, is part of the project to build and equip six high schools for young girls with boarding schools (PCELFI), and “will make it possible to increase the mobility and efficiency of the inspectors. general, ”observed the project coordinator.
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This equipment is notably composed of two 4×4 vehicles, photocopiers, laptops and desktops, printers, computer licenses, antivirus and office furniture for a total cost of 108,140,636 FCFA.
The six establishments for young girls with boarding schools will be built in Daloa (Center-West), San-Pedro (South-West), Bondoukou (North-East), Odienné (North-West), Dimbokro (Center) and Abobo, a town located in the north of Abidjan.