So far, 647 projects have been accepted through the Structured Credit Support Service (PAC), corresponding to funding of around 25 billion kwanzas, of which 123 have already been financed, explained the official, quoted by Jornal de Angola.
Of the more than a hundred projects that have already benefited from funding, the director informed that the capital tops the list, with 56 projects.
Also noteworthy are the provinces of Bengo (13), Benguela (10), Huíla (9), Namibe (7), Bié (5), Cunene (4), Cuanza Sul (4), Huambo (4), Malanje ( 3), Uíge (2) and Cuanza Norte (2), with Cabinda, Lunda Sul, Moxico and Cuando Cubango being the least favored provinces with disbursement (one project each), writes Jornal de Angola.
Still on the 123 projects already financed, the official - who was speaking at the weekly briefing of the Ministry of Economy and Planning, this Tuesday - also made known the area that stands out the most is that of Trade and Distribution Operators (OCD), with 37 projects.
Agriculture (35), Fisheries (14), Manufacturing and Livestock (12), Solid Waste (8) and Tourism (5) also stand out.
Overall, she informed that public investments in support of Prodesi have already seen the 'green light' and 1,715 projects have been financed.
She also mentioned that in the domestic market, 669 future purchase contracts were signed, which exceeds one billion kwanzas, writes Jornal de Angola.