Tuesday , January 19 2021

Moroccan bank promises to fund a solar electrode program in Mali



An information note sent to APA states that the agreement has signed on Tuesday 12 November by MM. Habib Blédou and Souleymane Berthé, a Managing Director of Banque Atlantique, a subsidiary of the Banque Centrale Populaire du Maroc group and the General Manager of the Mali Renewable Energy Agency (AER).

Through this partnership, this Moroccan bank invests in financing a series of projects in Mali, with the intention of connecting people with basic social infrastructure, particularly in terms of sustainable drinking water and energy, reliable. and environmentally friendly, thereby facilitating access to the health and education system.

The selection of projects, carried out jointly by both partners, made it possible to identify Keniébougou, a village of around 1,000 souls, located 35 km from the city of Segou as the first beneficiary area.

The principle of the program is to address the basic needs of populations of each of the selected areas, such as electrification of health centers and elementary schools, installing solar street lamps for public lighting, drying supplies and finally installing water supply systems.

The Mali Renewable Energy Agency (AER) as a technical partner undertakes the identification and sensitive routes of populations and targeted locations, followed by technical and financial proposals in the framework of realization and work, implementing training activities for local consumers and technicians.

LS / APA


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