12-08-2019 by redazione
The works on the Malindi waterfront is part of a much more complex aid plan for Malindi thanks to the SUED (Sustainable Urban Economic Development) programme, funded by the United Kingdom and financed by the World Bank.
The entire project was presented to the Malindians last Friday during a meeting with managers, entrepreneurs and residents who are members of the various city associations. The urban plan is divided into several phases whose main aim is to create jobs and the future for young people, through the creation of new opportunities in agriculture, fisheries, tourism and trade, identified as the cornerstones of the economy of Malindi.
In order to relaunch or grow these branches, it is essential to act on transport, on traffic and on the functionality of infrastructures, in order to improve services. After that, it will be possible to act according to the studies carried out in the last two years by the British experts who provide funding for the above mentioned sectors. An important part has been dedicated (fortunately, but by scholars in the field could not be otherwise) to waste disposal and separate collection, as a first step towards recycling and the creation of energy through biomass.
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