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India signs $48 mn loan pact with World Bank for Meghalaya

16 April, 2018 4:13 PM
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India signs $48 mn loan pact with World Bank for Meghalaya

India has signed an agreement with the World Bank for a USD 48 million loan to strengthen community-led landscapes management in selected area in Meghalaya, the finance ministry said today.

Closing date for 'Meghalaya Community - Led Landscapes Management Project (MCLLMP)' is June 30, 2023.

As per the ministry's statement, the project has three components -- strengthening knowledge and capacity for natural resource management; community-led landscape planning and implementation and project management and governance.

"The project will help manage these depleting resources, by strengthening the communities and traditional institutions," it said.

Meghalaya's natural resource such as land, water sources and forests is a source of livelihood for a majority of the population in the state.

Also read: India Should Have Been Declared A Hindu Country, Says Meghalaya Judge

Source: moneycontrol.com

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