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27-Jun-2008 - Tunis, 25 June 2008 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Kingdom of Morocco have signed a €66 million loan agreement to finance the third phase of the country’s Public Administration Reform Support Programme (PARAP III) which was approved on Wednesday, 25 June 2008, in Tunis, by the Board of Directors of the Bank Group.
25-Jun-2008 - The Bank Group on Tuesday in Addis Ababa signed its first private sector loan agreement in Ethiopia. The US$ 200 million loan agreement between the Bank Group representing other donors - IFC, EIB and Development Bank of Ethiopia - and the Derba Midroc Cement PLC will help the Ethiopia-based company finance its projects in the country. The signing ceremony was attended by the country’s President, Grima Worlde Giorgis; Ethiopia’s Deputy Prime Minister, Addisu Legesse; as well as other senior government officials,...
16-Jun-2008 - Lusaka, 12 June – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group on Thursday in Lusaka, signed US$ 1.2 million grant agreement with the Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation (ZESCO). AfDB Vice President for Country Policy and Programmes, Joseph Eichenberger, who signed for the Bank, said at a brief ceremony at the ZESCO headquarters that the grant would finance advisory services for two electric power generation projects in Zambia.
03-Jun-2008 - Tunis, 3 June 2008 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group and the Republic of Benin have signed an agreement for a loan of 17.39 million Units of Account (UA), equivalent to US$ 28.2 million (FCFA 11.9 billion) to finance the country’s segment of a power connection line with neighbouring Togo and Ghana. The agreement was signed on Monday in Tunis by the Bank Group’s Vice-President in charge of Infrastructure, Private Sector and Regional Integrations, Mandla Gantsho, and Benin’s Ambassador to Morocco, Bio...
15-May-2008 - Maputo, Mozambique, 15 May 2008 – Highlights of the 2008 meetings include the admission of Turkey as the 26th Non-regional member of the Bank Group, the signing of an agreement extending the Nigerian Trust Fund (NTF), the second concessional loan window Group. The Board of Governors (finance and/or economy ministers) representing 78 member countries of the Bank Group also considered and endorsed ongoing reforms at the institution and the Bank’s preliminary response to the recommendations of an Independent High...
15-May-2008 - AfDB continues to support Regional Development Finance Institutions with comprehensive financial support to the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank (PTA Bank)
05-May-2008 - African Development Bank Signs Loan Agreement with Advans Bank Congo Tunis, 5 May 2008 – The African Development (AfDB) Group and the Advans Bank Congo, on Monday in Tunis, signed an agreement for an equity investment of US$ 1.1 million to enable Advans Congo support small businesses in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
16-Apr-2008 - The Bank Group and Cape Verde signed on Thursday, in Praia, an agreement for an ADF loan of 4.82 million Units of Account* (UA) to help finance an electricity production and transmission project on Santiago Island. The AfDB Resident Representative in Senegal, Mohamed H’Midouche, signed on behalf of the African Development Fund, the soft loan arm of the African Development Bank Group, while the Minister of Economy, Growth and Competitiveness, Jose Brito, signed for his country.
10-Apr-2008 - The Bank Group signed on Thursday in Tunis a grant agreement of 35.70 million Units of Account (UA*), equivalent to US$ 58 million, to finance the Inga hydro-power stations, the Kinshasa distribution network and a rehabilitation and upgrading project (RDPMDP).
07-Apr-2008 - Rabat, 7 April 2008 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Vice President for Finance, Thierry de Longuemar, Morocco’s Economy and Finance Minister, Salaheddine Mezouar and the Director General of the country’s National Electricity Corporation (ONE), Younes Maamar, have agreed to proceed with the signing of a supplementary loan and project guarantee agreement for the Ain Beni Mathar power station in Morocco.
25-Mar-2008 - Tunis, 25 March 2008 - The African Development Bank Group and Madagascar have signed loan and grant worth 9.5 million Units of Account (UA*), equivalent to US$ 15.3 million, to finance the Manombo Irrigation Area Rehabilitation Project (PRPIM), in the south-western part of the country.
03-Mar-2008 - Tunis, 29 February 2007 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group on Friday in Tunis signed three grant agreements of 41.8 million Units of Account (UA*), equivalent to US$ 66.68 million, with the Central African Republic (CAR) and the Economic and Monetary Union of Central African States (CEMAC) to finance the Douala-Bangui and Douala-Ndjamena road corridor, linking Cameroon, the CAR and Chad.
22-Feb-2008 - Tunis, 22 February 2007 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group and Cameroon signed an agreement for a loan of 48 million Units of Account (UA*), equivalent to US$ 76.57 million (FCFA 36 billion) to finance the Douala-Bangui and Douala Ndjamena road corridor, linking Cameroon, the Central African Republic (CAR) and Chad.
AfDB Signs € 10 Million Private Sector Loan Agreement with SIAT-Gabon for Agricultural Expansion Project
20-Feb-2008 - Tunis, 19 February 2008 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group has signed an agreement for a loan of € 10 million under its private sector window with the Tropical Agriculture Investment Company (SIAT) of Gabon to finance an agriculture expansion project in the country. The agreement was signed on Tuesday in Tunis by the Vice President in charge of Infrastructure, Private Sector and Regional Integration, Mandla Gantsho, and the Chairman of SIAT-Gabon, Pierre Vandebeeck, in the presence of the AfDB Executive...
18-Dec-2007 - On January 17th, alongside its partners, the African Development Bank signed the Loan agreement for the RascomStar-QSF project alongside its development partners. The loan is the final piece of the financing arrangements that will see the launch of the first pan-African communications satellite on 20th December. The total investment in the project is US$380 million of which the Bank provided a loan of US$50 million.
East African Submarine Cable System reaches financial close-The African Development Bank Signs Loans for the EASSy Cable Project
23-Nov-2007 - Tunis, 23 November 2007 – The African Development Bank (AfDB), along with other participating development financial institutions (DFIs) have signed loan agreements for the East African Submarine Cable System (EASSy), the landmark fibre-optic cable project that will connect 22 coastal and land-locked African countries to each other and the rest of the world with high-quality Internet and international communications services.
29-Oct-2007 - Tunis, 29 October 2007 - Efforts to accelerate the implementation of the Bujagali Power Interconnection Project (BIP) in Uganda received a boost last week with the signing of a 19.21-million Units of Account (UA*), about US$ 29.7 million agreement by officials of the African Development Bank Group and the Government of Uganda.
25-Oct-2007 - President Kaberuka Signs €256.27 Million Loan for Gabon Tunis, le 26 October 2007 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group and the Government of Gabon on Thursday in Tunis signed an agreement for a loan of 256.27 million euros (175 billion FCFA) to finance one of the biggest projects that the Bank has ever supported in any of its regional member countries in the past years.
17-Jul-2007 - Bank starts joint review of agriculture and rural development with IFAD. Tunis 16 July - The African Development Bank (AfDB) today signed an agreement with the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to conduct a joint review of their work in supporting agriculture and rural development in Africa over the last ten years.