Honduras and the World Bank sign accord for $30 million

The credit agreement is to help small agricultural producers through the Rural Competitiveness Project.

Friday, September 19, 2008


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Minister of Finance, Rebeca Santos, stated that the resources from the agreement will be used to help the small agricultural producers associations and to create alliances with commercial partners and to implement joint business plans to expand access to the market and increase the income of the producers.
The project also seeks to create employment and improve the capacity of the producers so they can compete through greater market access.

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The World Bank and the Government of Panama signed off on Wednesday on a loan agreement for $100 million to support the country's efforts to improve fiscal management and to increase efficiency in the social protection programs "Universal Scholarship", "100 to 70 "and" Network of Opportunities ", which together benefit over 925,000 Panamanians.

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