News & Events
24/11/2004 - Tunis, 24 November 2004 – The African Development Fund (ADF) will help significantly increase the incomes of over 0.5 million rural households in Tanzania within the framework of a new project in favour of the country and which is entitled the District Agriculture Sector Investment Project.
24/11/2004 - Tunis, 24 November 2004 – The Indian Ocean countries are on the way to wining their fight against AIDS with the support of the African Development Fund (ADF). The ADF today approved a project aiming at stemming the propagation of HIV/AIDS/STI (Sexually Transmissible Infections) in the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) countries.
24/11/2004 - Tunis, 24 November 2004 – The Socio-economic conditions of people living in five Moroccan villages are set to improve following the approval of an African development Bank (AfDB) loan to finance the Eighth drinking water supply and sanitation project in the country.
24/11/2004 - Tunis, November 24, 2004 – With the view to ensuring the competitiveness of exports, the Tunisian Government has decided to put in place an effective and quality transport system. In order to support this objective, the Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (ADB) has approved a loan amounting to Euros 165 million, equivalent to Units of Account (UA) 136.16 million to finance the classified road network rehabilitation project – phase IV.
24/11/2004 - Tunis, 24 November 2004 – Uganda’s Poverty Eradication Action Plan (PEAP) which targets 65% safe water coverage in 2005 and 95-100% in 2015, will receive support from the African Development Fund (ADF) following the approval of funding for the sector.
24/11/2004 - Tunis, 24 November 2004 – The African Development Fund (ADF) has agreed to assist the government of Lesotho improve the efficiency of the country’s public service, by funding skills development programmes in the finance, planning, works and transport sectors.
23/11/2004 - The NEPAD's Heads of States and Governments Implementation Committee (HSGIC) meets on a regular basis to assess progress in NEPAD. The Bank participates in these meetings, as a core NEPAD stakeholder and technical adviser. During the XIIth Summit, held in Algiers, the Bank's President made an intervention. In addition, a report was prepared by the Bank for the Summit.
22/11/2004 - Tunis, 22 November 2004 – The African Development Bank (ADB) Group headed to South Africa in November to co-host and actively participates in a series of important events in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
18/11/2004 - Tunis, 18 November 2004. Burkina Faso, Ghana and Mali will launch on 18 December an axle-load control system along the road corridor linking their capitals, within the framework of Road Programme 1 (RP1) financed by the African Development Fund (ADF), with other donors.
17/11/2004 - Tunis, 17 November 2004 – The poverty reduction strategy being vigorously pursued by the Rwandan government has received the support of the African Development Fund (ADF), the soft loan window of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group, following the signing of two loan and one grant agreements on Wednesday in Tunis, in support of projects geared to improve living conditions in the country.