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African Development Bank and Ethiopia sign agreement for first phase of Ethiopia–Djibouti transport corridor

06-Aug-2019 - The government of Ethiopia and the African Development Bank Group have signed a $98 million grant agreement from the African Development Fund (ADF) to help finance phase one of the Ethiopia–Djibouti Road Transport Corridor Project.

Egypt: African Development Bank, African Export-Import Bank roadshow launches preparations for 2nd Africa Investment Forum

06-Aug-2019 - Cairo, Egypt, 6 August 2019: The African Development Bank and the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) held a roadshow in Cairo to launch preparations for the second Africa Investment Forum taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa, 11 - 13 November 2019. The Africa Investment Forum aims to raise capital for transformational investment opportunities across Africa.

Namibia hails milestone as it launches expanded Walvis Bay Port

05-Aug-2019 - Namibian President Hage Geingob has hailed the expansion of the Walvis Bay port as a new chapter in the country’s economic transformation.

Bank partners with ADEA, South African Government and the Mastercard Foundation in policy dialogue on preparing youth for the future of work

05-Aug-2019 - The Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) yesterday concluded its annual policy dialogue on secondary education in Africa: Preparing youth for the future of work. In partnership with the African Development Bank, the Department for Basic Education of South Africa (DBE), and the Mastercard Foundation, the dialogue reached a consensus that it was critical to reform secondary education in Africa by enhancing the teaching profession, quality learning and 21st century skills provision, and by embracing innovation and...

Madagascar : Transformer le pays en plateforme commerciale régionale avec la Banque africaine de développement

05-Aug-2019 - Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, le 5 août 2019 - La Banque africaine de développement organise, du 5 au 7 août 2019, à Madagascar, un atelier de lancement du Projet d’aménagement de corridors et facilitation du commerce (PACFC). Cet atelier veut examiner avec le gouvernement malgache, les dispositions nécessaires à la mise en œuvre du projet, signé en décembre 2018.

Maroc : La Banque africaine de développement renforce son engagement avec la Société civile d’Afrique du Nord

02-Aug-2019 - Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, le 25 juillet 2019 - La Banque africaine de développement (BAD) a organisé à Marrakech, du 25 au 28 juillet 2019, la deuxième Université d’été des jeunes leaders de la Société civile africaine sur le thème « Jeunes, innovation et développement en Afrique ». L’événement était porté par la Division société civile et engagement communautaire de la Banque, en collaboration avec le Centre de développement de la Région de Tensift (CDRT) au Maroc, qui fait office de point focal Afrique du Nord du Comité BAD-Société civile.

Guinée : La Banque africaine de développement accompagne des Masterclass au profit de 100 femmes entrepreneures

02-Aug-2019 - Conakry (Guinée), le 1er août 2019 – Le Bureau de la Banque africaine de développement en Guinée, à travers le département Genre, Femmes et société civile a organisé du 24 au 29 juillet 2019 à Conakry, des Masterclass destinés à 100 femmes entrepreneures. La rencontre a porté sur la planification financière et l’élaboration de modèles d’affaires.

African Development Bank helps power wind of change in Kenya

01-Aug-2019 - Africa’s largest wind farm, a €620 million energy masterpiece boosting 365 turbines in northern Kenya, will help the East African nation stay on track to reach its target of 100% green energy by 2030. Known as the Lake Turkana Wind Power, the 40,000 acre wind farm will generate around 310 megawatts of power to the national grid, enough to light up over 300,000 households.  

African Development Bank’s support of electrification changes habits and lightens the load for Guineans

31-Jul-2019 - For over a year in Conakry, the Guinean capital, and in several other major towns and rural areas in the country, habits have changed.  Like many of her compatriots, Arama Sire Camara, a fruit and vegetable seller in the province of Kindia (135 km from Conakry) is now much more confident and happy carrying on her business day and night. “With lighting on the road at night and illuminating our goods, it means we are safer, especially with all the cars on the road. You can work for longer after nightfall, and so we can make more of our products...

World Hepatitis Day: WHO urges bolder commitment, resources for 2030 elimination target

30-Jul-2019 - Marking this year’s annual World Hepatitis Day on 28 July, the World Health Organization has called for increased financing for hepatitis prevention, testing, treatment, and care services in the context of universal health coverage (UHC). The theme, “Invest in eliminating hepatitis” highlights new research indicating that about $6 billion in investments is required annually to resource the health sector to achieve global elimination targets by 2030.

From youth empowerment to youth investment: the Jobs for Youth in Africa strategy

30-Jul-2019 - Africa’s greatest asset is its young people. However, without harnessing their potential and equipping them with skills of the future, restless, hungry, unemployed young people could also be Africa’s biggest problem.

La Banque africaine de développement lance un projet d’aménagement de corridors et de facilitation du commerce à Madagascar

29-Jul-2019 - Qui ?       Banque africaine de développement   Quoi ?     Lancement du projet d’aménagement de corridors et facilitation du commerce  Où ?        Hôtel Carlton, salle « Anosy », Antananarivo, Madagascar Quand ?  5 août 2019, de 9h30 à 10h30