North Africa or Northern Africa is the northernmost region of the African continent, linked by the Sahara to Sub-Saharan Africa. Northern Africa includes the following seven countries Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, Mauritania and Western Sahara. Egypt is northern Africa’s largest economy in terms of raw GDP. The chief revenue source for the region is oil, with Algeria head and shoulders above the rest. Algeria figures as one of Africa's wealthiest nations. The oil revenues and a small population give Libya one of the highest per capita GDPs in Africa. Agriculture still forms the base regions economy.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Acquisition of school transportation.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Implementation of irrigation development work.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Completion of construction of a refrigeration unit.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Work protection battery bridge.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Implementation of quality control testing work to protect bridge.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Purchase 13,000 vitro plants of date palm.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Purchase plants of date palm.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Purchase vitro plants of date palm.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Purchase of rooted date palm.
|North-africa||19-Jun-2013||Purchase of sports equipment.