Burundi

Burundi Economic Outlook

  • Estimated at 4.7% in 2014, GDP growth should rise to 5% in 2016, thanks to the implementation of infrastructure projects in the energy and mining sectors.
  • Institutional weakness in tax administration still hampers the deployment of internal resources, despite significant structural reforms undertaken by the government.
  • There has been substantial progress in the elimination of regional disparities, but spatial inclusion remains a major issue for the country because of land issues and related conflicts.

Burundi et la BAD

Le Burundi se relève progressivement d’une crise socio-politique profonde, qui a détruit le tissu productif de son économie. L’économie reste encore fragile, du fait de sa forte dépendance au secteur primaire en termes de contribution au PIB (40 %). Le PIB par habitant s’élevait à 215 dollars EU en 2012, contre 286 dollars EU avant la crise de 1993.

Contacts

East Africa Regional Resource Center (EARC)

African Development Bank Group
Khushee Tower
Longonot  Road, Upper Hill
Nairobi, Kenya

Phone: (254) 20 2712925/ (254) 20 2712926/ (254) 20 2712928
Fax: (254) 20 2712938

Mr. Gabriel Negatu, RRC Director

Bureau National du Burundi

Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement
24, Rue des Travailleurs, Kiriri
B.P. 7543- Bujumbura, Burundi

Tél : +257 22277823/ 22277824
Fax : +257 22277825

M. Abou Amadou Ba, Représentant Résident

Key Facts

Flag:
Capital: Bujumbura
Area: 27,830 sq km
Total Population 2013: 10.2 Million
Urban Population 2013: 11.48%
Female Population 2013: 50.60%
GDP: US$ 2.5 Billion
GNI Per Capita 2013: US$ 240
Inflation Rate: 7.79%
Crude Birth Rate (per 1000): 44.70%
Human Development Index (rank / 187): 178
Human Development Index (scale 0 to 1): 0.355
Membership Date: 01/10/1968
Cumulative Approvals (1967-2013): UA 473.5 Million

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