Asian development bank approves $180 million loan for Pakistan

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“This project will help make municipal services in these two cities more sustainable, resilient, and less carbon-intensive,” ADB Director General for Central and West Asia Yevgeniy Zhukov said in a statement.

The floods, which scientists said were aggravated by global warming, affected at least 33 million people and killed more than 1,700 from the beginning of the monsoon season in mid-June until mid-November.

The donors include the Islamic Development Bank with $4.2 billion, the World Bank with $2 billion, Saudi Arabia with $1 billion, as well as the European Union and China. France and the United States also made contributions.

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