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Moundou

 

a city on the Logone River in the Republic of Chad; the capital of the Occidental Logone Prefecture. Population, 39,600 (1972). Moundou is the center of a cotton-growing region. It has enterprises of the food industry (a cotton-oil mill and a brewery), a cigarette factory, and a bicycle and motor assembly plant. The city is the site of a steam power plant and an airport.

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The South line will run 528 km south from the capital NDjamena to Moundou and Koutere on the border with Cameroon, approximately 250 km from the Cameroon railhead at Ngaoundere.
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The mission also visited the cities (and prefectures) of Mongo (Guera), Mao (Kanem), Bongor (MayoKebbi), and Moundou (Logone Occidental), interviewing public sector and civil society actors and beneficiaries and visiting selected facilities, research/academic institutions, and community-based projects.
According to Amnesty International, in October, 80 people were killed in Moundou, not very far from Doba, during a clash between Chadian forces and members of a guerilla group called the Forces Armees pour la Republique Federale (FARF).
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Heineken was present in Chad through a 100% owned subsidiary, Brasseries du Logone, which has production facilities in Moundou, that amount to approximately 100,000 hectolitres and represents a market share of 50%.
The objective of the Additional Financing for the Urban Development Project for Chad is to increase sustainable access to municipal services for residents in targeted project cities (N~Djamena, Moundou, Sarh, Abeche, and Doba).
AMASOT was formally recognized by the Ministry of Interior and Security in January 2002 and the following month regional branches of AMASOT were established in Abeche, Mongo, Moundou, N'Djamena, Pala, and Sarh.
These achievements, relative to the counterfactual of no support, are documented both in the final evaluation of the microfinance component (Miller 2001) and in discussions with about 50 beneficiaries of this support the cities of Mao, Bongor, Moundou and Mongo.
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