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30 April 2024

Young people in the Central African Republic can now enter the digital professions thanks to fibre-optic capacities installed with AfDB and EU support
The Central African Republic unveils a cutting-edge digital training center, thanks to the African Development Bank and European Union. This new facility is poised to transform the nation’s digital landscape, providing vital skills training and opening doors to a thriving digital economy. The project also includes the installation of the country’s first fiber-optic backbone. More

31 December 2020

GPE Approves Record US$300 Million in Grants for the Central African Republic, Ethiopia and Mozambique

The grants will help strengthen the education sector in the three countries, including funding school construction and rehabilitation, textbook distribution, teacher training, learning assessments, school meals and improvements in management practices. Read more



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