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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 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.
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.
09/11/2004 - Dar es Salaam, 9 November, 2004 - African government, donor and civil society representatives are meeting in Dar es Salaam to discuss how they can improve the effectiveness of aid and development outcomes in Africa.
02/11/2004 - Munyonyo (Kampala, Ouganda), May 25, 2004 - Namibia and the African Development Bank (ADB) today signed a loan agreement aiming at enhancing broader access to social services in its implementation area.
27/10/2004 - Tunis, 27 October 2004 – The African Development Bank (ADB) Group is set to clear 35% of Burundi’s arrears to the African Development Fund (ADF), the Group’s concessional window, under its new assistance policy to countries emerging from conflict.
27/10/2004 - Tunis, 27 October 2004 – In recognition of the major strides made by the government of Tanzania in its economic reforms, the African Development Bank (ADB) Group has decided to assist the country to achieve rapid and more sustainable growth as well as intensify the war against poverty.
27/10/2004 - Tunis, 27 October 2004 – Rwanda’s efforts to promote economic growth and reduce poverty will receive support from the Development Bank (ADB) Group.
27/10/2004 - Tunis, 27 October 2004 – The African Development Fund (ADF) has significantly contributed to Burkina Faso’s struggle against desert progression on agricultural lands.
20/10/2004 - An African Development Fund (ADF) study will consider the possibility of providing landlocked Rwanda direct access to the sea.