ICP for Africa Results
The ICP information collected in this 2011 round sheds light on the top-performing African economies compared to those countries for whom progress is proving slower. Not only do the data identify the drivers of economic growth across the region, but they also provide measures of household welfare through Actual Individual Consumption rankings.
- 25/05/2015 - Africa: making growth more inclusive hinges on unlocking potential of local economies, says the African Economic Outlook 2015
- 19/05/2015 - Launch of the African Economic Outlook 2015
- 07/05/2015 - ‘Africa and the new global landscape’: AfDB announces theme and agenda for 2015 Annual Meetings
African economies have sustained unprecedented rates of growth, driven mainly by strong domestic demand, improved macroeconomic management, a growing middle class, and increased political stability. As the continent continues to evolve, the African Development Bank’s Tracking Africa’s Progress in Figures publication looks at the key megatrends of the last few decades that will shape Africa’s future.
Compendium of Statistics on Bank Group Operations is an annual publication of the African Development Bank Group, presenting data on operational activities of the Bank Group. Part One gives cross-country statistics on Bank operations and Part Two provides country-specific information on each regional member country of the Bank. The present publication was prepared in the Economic and Social Statistics Division of the Statistics Department.
The AfDB Statistics Pocketbook 2015, presents summary economic and social data on regional member countries and on the operational activities of the African Development Bank Group. Most of the indicators shown are selected from an other Bank publication: Compendium of Statistics on Bank Group Operations, Gender, Poverty and Environmental Indicators on African Countries. The AfDB Statistics Pocket Book 2015 was prepared in the Economic and Social Statistics Division of the Statistics Department at the African Development Bank.