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In brief

AFD Group Launches its First Operations in Moldova

AFD Chief Executive Officer Rémy Rioux's visit to Chisinau on 23 and 24 May marked the beginning of AFD Group's first initiatives in Moldova. They will focus on the country’s gradual convergence with European Union standards with an eye to joining the EU, the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the adaptation to the consequences of the war in Ukraine.
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Mozambique: New Podcast on Poaching - and the Counter-Offensive

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Over a period of just ten years, Mozambique has lost more than half of its elephants to poaching. Then the National Administration of Conservation Areas (ANAC), with support from AFD and Peace Park Foundation, launched a series of counter-offensives aimed at protecting the country's wildlife and biodiversity in general. It's the theme of a new podcast, out now.
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Business Boot Camp to Maximize Ethical Entrepreneurship in Africa

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Le Social & inclusive business camp 2022 se tiendra à Marseille
For the next four weeks, until June 26, some 40 entrepreneurs in Africa will be chosen to take part in a business camp that will help launch their company, build their capacities and provide an opportunity for networking. It’s part of the Social & Inclusive Business Camp (SIBC) with AFD Campus.
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Investing in Schools in Gabon

AFD Group and Gabon are working together to implement the Education Sector Investment Project, a €154 million loan to build between 500 and 600 new classrooms in Libreville and Port-Gentil. This ambitious project will begin to make up the national shortfall of 5,000 classrooms and reduce the average number of children per class to 50.
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