Recovering from a turbulent political and social environment, Burkina Faso’s rate of economic growth has slowed in recent years. According to the National Institute of Statistics, more than 72% of households live in unplanned areas. Inequality therefore persists, and poverty remains high.
Reall first worked in Burkina Faso in 2011. As of 2020, Reall is working directly with a local contractor in delivering of an affordable housing development in the capital, Ouagadougou. Following completion, Reall will undertake an assessment of the strategic options available in Burkina Faso before a decision is made on Reall’s future work in the country.
Based on exchange rate on 30/06/2021
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Data last updated on 04/08/2021