posted by www.equatorialguineaonline.com – April 24th, 2012
The African Development Bank prepares a new strategy of support for Equatorial Guinea .
A delegation of four members of the African Development Bank, directed by Carlos Mollinedo, is in our country to identify areas in which this institution can work with Equatorial Guinea in the new 2013-2017 plan.
On Tuesday, April 24, the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Bioko and president of the consular chambers of the CEMAC, Gregorio Boho Camo, received a delegation from the African Development Bank (ADB).
Carlos Mollinedo headed the delegation, which also included Ibrahim Sanogo, expert on health; Lucette Oyoubi, economist, and Fernando Lobato, representative of the Bank in Equatorial Guinea.
The purpose of the visit is to prepare a new strategy to support our country in some key sectors which will be identified during the stay of the mission, according to statements by Carlos Mollinedo to www.guineaecuatorialpress.com, moments after the audience with the President of the Chamber of Commerce of Bioko.
In Equatorial Guinea, the ADB has ongoing projects in education and health, and its intention is to consolidate this work, said the head of the delegation.
For his part, Gregorio Boho Camo said that this visit will serve to present projects, so that the national private sector can have a strong and decisive role in its development, striving to reduce foreign dependence.