Nov 14, 2022, 10:12 AM The African Development Bank (ADB) will finance the construction of the Bissau-Dakar road corridor with $100.73 million allocated for the completion of the Farim-Tanaff-Sandinieri first phase.
The project involves the development of 49.40 kilometres of bitumen road – 23 kilometres in Guinea-Bissau and 26.40 kilometres in Senegal – as well as the construction of a 325 metre long bridge in the town of Farim, Guinea-Bissau, on the Cac River heh.
"This project will allow to improve the level of service of the Fatim-Tanaff-Sandinieri road, as well as the security and the crossing of the Cacheu River to access the capital of Guinea-Bissau," said Mohamed Cherif, country manager of African Development Bank in Senegal
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