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La Suède finance un programme de réduction de la pauvreté

La Suède versera au Burkina Faso la somme de 2,8 milliards de francs CFA (environ 4 millions de dollars) au profit d'un programme de réduction de la pauvreté, en vertu d'un accord signé mardi par les deux pays. L'accord est le premier entre le Burkina Faso et la Suède depuis le lancement, en juillet 2000, d'un cadre stratégique de lutte contre la pauvreté, préparé par le gouvernement de Ouagadougou, le Fonds monétaire international et la Banque mondiale.

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