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Zambia - Second Education Project (English)

The Second Education Project will finance the foreign exchange costs of (i) the extension and further equipping of the Schools of Education and Engineering of the University of Zambia; and (ii) the construction and furnishing of student hostels, including staff housing, to accommodate the increased registration in these schools.


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    Zambia - Second Education Project

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Zambia - Second Education Project (English). Education projects series ; no. PE 8 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.