World Bank commits $22.5 billion more to Africa for climate change


“World Bank Group announced Thursday it is providing USD$22.5 billion to Africa for climate mitigation and adaptation across five years beginning with 2021, adding to the $17 billion already committed through the Africa Climate Business Plan.
World Bank also announced an Emission Reductions Purchase Agreement (ERPA) will be signed between the Carbon Initiative for Development (Ci-Dev)trust fund, with World Bank acting as trustee, and Kenya Tea Development Agency Power Company Ltd. (KTDA Power).”
An excerpt from Africa Times