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Bank Risk Rating: C
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Board Decision Date: 2016-05-31
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Borrower or Client: Government of Mali
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Project Cost (USD): $ 0.61 million
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Implementing a PPP to sell excess capacity of the SOGEM fiber optic network to improve regional conn
The development objective of the Implementing a Public Private Partnership (PPP) to Sell Excess Capacity of the Société de Gestion de l'Energie de Manantali (SOGEM) Fiber Optic Network to Improve Regional Connectivity Project for Mali is to support SOGEM in designing and implementing an innovative PPP model with a private wholesale operator under a concession contract to sell excess capacity of the SOGEM fiber optic network to improve regional integration through enhanced connectivity between Mali-Mauritania-Senegal. The additional financing will finance following components: (i) preparation of international tender documents for the open access PPP model for the resale of excess capacity on the optical ground wire (OPGW) network (setting up the environment for the PPP implementation); (ii) assistance in effective implementation of the open access PPP model for resale of excess capacity on the OPGW network (transaction implementation); and (iii) capacity-building and knowledge transfer.
Contact: El Wely Ahmed Hamed BOUHEBEYNI
Title: Directeur General
Contact: Mamadou Dior DIAW
Title: Directeur Administratif et Juridique
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