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    Gulf Technology Systems, UNF Partner To Promote Peace, Security, and Economic Development in Africa

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    Gulf Technology Systems (GTS) and Union Nations Federation (UNF) are proud to announce the establishment of a collaboration agreement aimed at supporting UNF’s humanitarian, social, and economic projects in Africa.

    This partnership will focus on implementing projects in Ghana, Gambia, Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia, Sierra Leone, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Togo, Benin, Niger, Central African Republic, Uganda, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Mali, the Republic of Congo, Gabon, Angola, and other African Countries.

    A first start With 50,000 hectares already allocated for agricultural and industrial projects, the UNF and GTS will work with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to address challenges in housing, energy production, water supply, education, and health.

    The projects will be facilitated and managed by GTS on-site and will be implemented with the private sector rather than government agencies.

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    Christophe Giovannetti, President of the UNF, said “I congratulate the director of the UNF for Africa and the Great Lakes for the signing of this agreement which will make it possible to develop housing, agriculture, and the economic development of an entire region.”

    He also thanked Mr. Samuel Shay, President of Gulf Technology Systems (GTS), for their proven experience in various countries, including Tanzania, Chile, Mexico, Israel, India, Poland, and China.

    The UNF and GTS do not require any financial support from the host governments and will work with the local and international private sectors based on economic parameters and markets.

    This collaboration is an initiative for peace, security, and economic development and marks the beginning of a promising future for Africa.

    By Melvin Tarlue

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