Loans & Grants
06/05/2013 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Government of Tunisia on Monday, May 6, 2013, in Tunis, signed two agreements relating to two important operations. The first agreement concerned the North Gafsa integrated development project (PDAI), in the amount of 22.115 million euros, while the second one, an agreement letter for 799,664 euros, related to the support and establishment of the e-government and open government. The funding amounts to 22.9 million euros.
19/02/2013 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group on Wednesday, February 13, in Tunis approved a 22-million euro loan to Tunisia to finance the Gafsa North Integrated Agricultural Development Project, which aims to reduce poverty in the area.
06/12/2012 - The Executive Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group on Wednesday approved the institution’s Information Technology Strategy 2013-2015 and the Bank Group’s Participation in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Transition Fund.
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29/11/2012 - The African Development Bank, represented by Vice-President Ndoumbe Lobé and the Tunisian Minister for Investment and International Cooperation, Riadh Bettaieb, signed a 387.6 million euro loan agreement for the financing of the Economic Recovery and Inclusive Development Support Program (PARDI) for Tunisia. The loan was approved by the AfDB Board of Directors at its October 28 meeting.
04/10/2012 - The Board of the African Development Bank approved on Wednesday, October 3, the Bank’s Framework for Enhanced Civil Society Organization (CSO) Engagement. This Framework is designed to better structure the AfDB’s broader and deeper engagement with CSOs both at the corporate, regional/country and project levels, through three dimensions: outreach, dialogue and partnership.
24/01/2012 - La Banque africaine de développement (BAD) a approuvé, le 11 janvier 2012, un financement de 64,45 millions de dinars tunisiens (32,45 millions d’euros) destiné à un projet de mise à niveau des infrastructures de traitement des eaux usées. L’objectif de ce projet est d’améliorer la qualité des eaux épurées qui serviront à l’irrigation de 5000 hectares de terres agricoles. L’agriculture constitue une importante activité économique en Tunisie et contribue à la sécurité alimentaire du pays.
19/10/2011 - La Banque africaine de développement (BAD) et le gouvernement tunisien ont signé aujourd’hui un accord de financement de 183 millions de dinars tunisiens (95 millions d’euros). Ce financement vise à soutenir le renforcement de l’accès à l’eau potable dans les zones rurales, une des priorités de la Tunisie.
19/09/2011 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Tunisian government, on 19 September 2011, signed two loan agreements totaling 340 million dinars. Both loans will finances projects/programs in conformity with Tunisia’s new focus on inclusive growth.
14/07/2011 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) on 13 July approved a USD 50-million line of credit in support of Tunisia’s Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), to help mitigate the funding challenges facing the country under difficult economic circumstances.
13/07/2011 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a €20-million equity investment in the Maghreb Private Equity Fund III (MPEF III). This third-generation multi-sector private equity fund will target investments in Small and Medium Enterprises in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and, according to emerging investment opportunities, Egypt.