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11/12/2013 - A new economic brief published by the African Development Bank shows that the longstanding relationship between growth and distribution in economics has been revived in recent years with greater focus being placed on “inclusive growth”, which is capable of benefiting much wider segments of society.

Categories: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, Education, Health, Human Capital Development, Water Supply & Sanitation, Employment, Poverty Reduction

26/11/2013 - The African Development Bank on November 26, 2013 launched the 12th Edition of the African Economic Outlook in Khartoum, Sudan. The event took place at the Mamoun Beheiry Centre for Economic and Social Studies in Africa (MBC).

Categories: Sudan, Libya, Economic & Financial Governance, Infrastructure, Private Sector, Poverty Reduction

31/10/2013 - The Bank’s Human Development Department (OSHD) undertook a mission to Tripoli from September 28- to October 3, 2013 to hold talks with the Ministry of Health on potential technical assistance activities, and to participate in a workshop organized by the Ministry.

Categories: Libya, Health, Human Capital Development

10/09/2013 - In its economic report titled: “From Resource-rich State to a Productive Economy: Development Planning in Post-Civil War Libya”, the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group analyzes the change that needs to occur in Libya as it is about to engage in a process of long-term economic planning in the wake of the civil war.

Categories: Libya, Economic & Financial Governance, Chief Economist's Office

11/07/2013 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) encourages North African countries to find ways of building resilience against crises that could threaten economic and social stability.

Categories: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, Human Capital Development, Education, Private Sector, Regional Integration, Food Production, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Chief Economist's Office

17/06/2013 - The African Development Bank will host a donors’ roundtable in September to help raise funds for the Lake Chad Basin Commission’s five-year investment plan (2013-2017), officials from the two institutions said Tuesday, 11 June 2013, at a meeting at the AfDB headquarters in Tunis.

Categories: Chad, Algeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Libya, Niger, Nigeria, Sudan, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Environment, Water Supply & Sanitation

31/05/2013 - Competition in the African financial sector needs a boost. This is the imperative at the core of Financing Africa: Through the Crisis and Beyond, a joint publication by the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Bank, presented on May 29, 2013 in Marrakesh, during a session entitled “Maghreb Financial Sector Dialogue”, which took place on the sidelines of the AfDB’s 48th Annual meetings.

Categories: Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Tunisia, Economic & Financial Governance, Structural Transformation

29/05/2013 - Libya’s Minister of Finance, Al- Kilani Abdelkarim Al-Kilani Al-Jazi, announced during the African Development Bank’s Annual Meetings in Marrakech that his country would join the donor countries’ group of the African Development Fund (ADF).

Categories: Morocco, Libya, Structural Transformation, ADF

27/05/2013 - The Disclosure and Access to Information Policy (DAI) was the central theme at a regional sensitization and information workshop for North African countries held on the sidelines of the African Development Bank Annual Meetings which opened in Marrakech on May 27, 2013.

Categories: Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Tunisia, Structural Transformation

07/05/2013 - AfDB/World Bank-supported plan to generate more than a gigawatt of power - The US $7.6 billion Climate Investment Funds (CIF) gave the go-ahead on Friday, May 3, to Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia to proceed with an updated version of a sweeping plan to create an unprecedented 1,120 megawatts (MW) of energy from Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) for the region. The plan will receive US $660 million from the CIF’s Clean Technology Fund (CTF) and is expected to leverage nearly US $5 billion from other donors and private financing.

Categories: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, Climate Investment Funds (CIF), Climate Change, Environment

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