Donors' Conference for East to Implement Projects at Cost of Three Billion DollarsKhartoum — The first technical meeting for the Donors Conference for Rehabilitation and Development of Eastern Sudan Monday endorsed implementation of development and Investment projects that would be presented for the Donors Conference in Kuwait in next November, at the cost of three billion US dollars.
The rapporeur of the preparatory committee, Engineer Abu-Obaida Mohamed Duj, said in a press conference he held at Fateh Tower Hotel Monday that the Donors Conference aims to attracting international assistance for the people of east Sudan.
The development projects included education, health, animal resources, capacity building, poverty alleviation, roads and bridges, water harvest and infrastructure for agricultural schemes, revealing that a technical committee will arrive from Kuwait within two weeks to assess the projects.
Meanwhile, Chairman of the delegation of the Kuwaiti Fund for Arab Economic Development, Rudhwan Abdallah, said that the fund has gone too far in endorsing the rehabilitation and development projects, expressing his pleasure over Kuwait's hosting to the conference with the participation of the UNDP and number of Kuwaiti funds and private institutions.
Representative of the UNDP affirmed its commitment to provide all the requirements for the conference, which will provide a a good opportunity to exchange ideas and to develop east Sudan which needs rehabilitation of infrastructure. MF/MO Donors' Conference for East Sudan to Implement Projects at Cost of Three Billion Dollars.