IDB accelerates Sudan humanitarian aid

Sudan Events – Nahed Oshi

The Islamic Development Bank – Jeddah has hinted at the possibility of excluding some projects and returning them to work in Sudan, taking into account the war conditions that the country is experiencing, especially those that are nearing completion in safe areas, such as the Gadaref Water Project, which represents a dire need for the citizens.
Minister of Finance, Dr. Jibril Ibrahim, agreed with Muhammad Suleiman Al-Jasser, President of the Islamic Development Bank – Jeddah, to accelerate the humanitarian aid provided by the bank through a third party, such as the Red Cross.
The meeting touched on issues of common interest and issues of addressing Sudan’s obligations and arrears.
He emphasized the importance of cooperation and coordination and working to strengthen relations to achieve common benefits.
It is worth noting that the Islamic Development Bank is currently financing Sudan with a financing portfolio exceeding $500 million for about 14 vital projects in a various regions covering health, water, electricity, agriculture, and various service projects for the development of Darfur.

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