News & Events
11/12/2013 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group approved on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 in Tunis, two grants and a loan amounting to US $105.26 million (UA 70.14 million) to finance the Lovua-Tshikapa section of the Batshamba-Tshikapa road project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
- From: 04/12/2013
- To: 07/12/2013
- Location: Paris, France
Africa is capable of winning additional points in its growth rate with improved infrastructure, Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank, said on December 4 in Paris. His statement was made during an economic forum discussing a new partnership model between France and Africa during the Elysée Summit for Peace and Security in Africa.
05/12/2013 - Africa is capable of winning additional points in its growth rate with improved infrastructure, Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank, said on December 4 in Paris. His statement was made during an economic forum discussing a new partnership model between France and Africa during the Elysée Summit for Peace and Security in Africa.
04/12/2013 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund (ADF), the concessionary arm of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group, approved on Tuesday, December 3 a loan of US $65.0 million and a grant of US $900,000 to Malawi, and a loan of US $7.7 million to Zambia, respectively, for a total of about US $73.6 million, for the Multinational Nacala Road Corridor Development Project Phase IV.
19/11/2013 - “Mainstreaming adaptation and climate change resilience into transport infrastructure development is a gradual process that is to be tackled at a strategic level,” was a key message from the African Development Bank, a co-sponsor of Transport Day 2013, in Warsaw, Poland, on November 17, during the UN Climate Negotiations known as COP19.
19/11/2013 - Depuis 1964, année de création de la Banque africaine de développement, notre histoire se mêle à celle de la Tunisie, membre fondateur de notre institution. En près d’un demi-siècle de collaboration, nous avons apporté un soutien sans faille au pays. La preuve par les chiffres : la Banque y a conduit 120 opérations de 1968 à 2013, d’un budget total de plus de 13 milliards de dinars tunisiens, faisant ainsi de la Tunisie le deuxième bénéficiaire historique de l’institution.
11/11/2013 - The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) and Namibia on Friday, November 8, 2013 signed a ZAR 2.9 billion (US $338 million) sovereign guaranteed loan to the Nambian Ports Authority (Namport) to finance the construction of the new container terminal at Port of Walvis Bay and a UA 1.0 million grant (US $1.5 million) to the Government of Namibia for logistics and capacity building complementing the port project loan. The project was approved by the AfDB Group in July 2013.
07/11/2013 - Barely six years after Nigeria and Cameroon signed a Memorandum of Understanding that was to put their socio-political differences behind them, the Enugu-Bamenda Road Project linking the two countries is already showing signs of a positive impact in the region. In fact, the African Development Bank-financed project is a genuine success story, paving the way for regional integration and greater social cohesion.
03/11/2013 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) has been engaged in Mali for nearly 40 years with an active portfolio amounting to 100 billion CFA francs.
03/11/2013 - Le Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD ou la Banque) appuie le développement du Burkina Faso depuis plus de 43 ans. Les premières opérations de la BAD dans le pays datent en effet de 1970. La BAD a financé au total 96 opérations pour un montant d’environ 1037 millions d’UC équivalent à 830 milliards de francs CFA. La répartition des financements des opérations traduit une prédominance des infrastructures (transport, énergie, eau et assainissement) qui représentent 42% du montant total des opérations financées, suivie de la gouvernance pour 22%, l’agriculture pour 19% et enfin, le social pour 16%.
Categories: Burkina Faso, Infrastructure, Transport, Energy & Power, Water Supply & Sanitation, Economic & Financial Governance, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Human Capital Development, Food Production