News & Events
12/12/2008 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB), on Thursday 11 December 2008 in Tunis, approved a 70 million Euros loan to finance the Kingdom of Morocco’s Phase II Program Support for Medical Insurance (PARCOUM II), to be implemented over a period of two years (2009-2010).
19/11/2008 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved US$ 97.2 million (33.84 million Euros and 53.34 million dollars) loan to finance Morocco’s 10th Drinking Water Supply Project, bringing the Bank Group’s overall commitment in the country to US$ 5.64 billion in 93 operations since the Bank started operations in the country in 1970.
27/06/2008 - 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.
07/04/2008 - 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.
06/09/2007 - Efforts by the Moroccan government to improve the country’s rural road network received a boost from the African Development Bank on Wednesday, in Tunis, following the approval of a €45 million loan, by the Board of Directors of the Bank, in support of the country’s Second National Rural Roads Programme (NRRP2).
15/12/2006 - The President of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group, Donald Kaberuka, has signed loan agreements amounting to 284 million euros (2.3 billion Moroccan dirhams) with the Kingdom of Morocco and inaugurated the Bank’s office in Rabat.
07/02/2005 - Rabat, le 7 février 2005 – La Banque africaine de développement (Bad) et le Royaume du Maroc ont signé aujourd’hui à Rabat trois accords de financement d’un montant global de près de 430 millions d’euros (4,6 milliards de dirhams).