21 November 2018 – The US $ 123 million Ethiopian fund approved by the African Development Fund (ADF) has been supplemented by the Ethiopian Basic Services Transformation Program as a complement to Wednesday's published ADF website on Wednesday.
The current grant is followed by the original support program approved in Ethiopia in December 2015.
Ethiopia was sponsored by its Plan of Growth and Transformation II Plan II (GTP II), especially in the fields of health, education and water and sanitation.
In the statement, the ADF says: "Basic Basic Transformation Program Supplementary Funding (BSTP-SF) will be taxes in 2018/19 and 2019/20 Ethiopian growth and transformation plan II (GTP) proposed II) 2015/16 – 2019 / 20), guaranteeing the strategic pillar and sustainability that accelerates the construction of human development and technological capacity ".
"Additional financial support is a continuing follow-up of the African Development Bank Group to provide basic services for basic Ethiopian services, such as health services, education, water and sanitation in critical service sectors, and the support program was approved in December 2015. Since 2006, the Bank has provided basic services He has been the key to promoting the Government's program at community level, aimed at increasing access to health, education, agriculture, water, sanitation and rural roads, as well as strengthening community affairs. "
"The additional financial resources of the Fund in Ethiopia will allow the Government to continue with programs to increase basic services at local level, increase the accountability and accountability of the service provider and improve the citizen's commitment when it comes to providing services."
"Ethiopian agri-tourism will ensure continued access to health, education, and water and sanitation, and women's commitment and commitment of citizen commitments, such as social responsibility, financial transparency accounts (literacy budgeting) and Water participation, Sanitation, Hygiene Committees (WaSHCO ), as well as enhancing the health and water and sanitation services, as well as the community pastors and pastoral communities in Afar, Ethiopia, Somalia, Benishangul-Gumuz and Gambela. "
"Assistance from the Bank and other development partners has provided constant support for the development of human capital in Ethiopia, with a net enrollment rate of 99.5% (2006) and 99 (201%), mortgages (still high), reduction of child mortality, 72 children from 1,000 to 1,000 year-old children from 1,000 to 2016 and a better supply of rural water in 2006 at 46% and 74% at the end of 2017. "
Source: Africac Development Bank