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Planif.academica de la Universidad de Gy

Detalle del Proyecto



Número de Proyecto


Fecha de aprobación

Octubre 23, 1985

Etapa del Proyecto


Tipo de Proyecto

Cooperación Técnica





Instrumento de préstamo


Código del instrumento de préstamo




Tipo de establecimiento


Categoría de Impacto Ambiental y Social


Costo Total

USD 700,000.00

Financiamiento de Contrapartida del País

USD 50,000.00


USD 650,000.00

Información Financiera
Número de Operación Tipo de préstamo Moneda de Referencia Fecha del informe Fecha de Firma del Contrato Fondo Instrumento Financiero
ATN/SF-2639-GY SG USD - Dólar americano Fund for Special Operations No Reembolsable
Número de Operación ATN/SF-2639-GY
  • Tipo de préstamo: SG
  • Moneda de Referencia: USD - Dólar americano
  • Fecha del informe:
  • Fecha de Firma del Contrato:
  • Fondo: Fund for Special Operations
  • Instrumento Financiero: No Reembolsable
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