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18/02/2019 - Increasing numbers of women can be seen around the goat and sheep pens of Saria, in the province of Boulkiemdé, in Centre-West Burkina Faso. But not for the typical scenario - as animal herders; nowadays, they are there because they own them. One of them, Salimata Kaboré, runs a small penwith four animals- two ewes and two rams.

Categories: Burkina Faso, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Gender, Health, Employment, Food Production, Nutrition


18/02/2019 - Le Forum organisé par la Banque africaine de développement et le Bureau International du Travail sur l’emploi des jeunes dans les zones rurales des pays membres de la Communauté économique des Etats de l’Afrique centrale (CEEAC) a rendu ses conclusions, jeudi soir, à l’issue de trois jours de travaux à Brazzaville.

Categories: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Employment, Youth


13/02/2019 - African Development Bank Group President Akinwumi Adesina has called for increased economic momentum in Africa through partnerships with Korea to advance trade and the industrialization of Africa’s agricultural sector.

Categories: Korea, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Partnerships, The President


10/02/2019 - “We are working hard with governments to improve transparency, governance, accountability and project delivery across the continent. Corruption does not invest in the future, it kills the future,” Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank said at the World Peace Summit of Global Leaders.

Categories: Korea, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Industrialization, Nutrition, The President


06/02/2019 - Dans le cadre du projet-pilote d’utilisation de drones dans les projets agricoles en Tunisie, s’est tenue, le 25 janvier 2019 à Tunis, la cérémonie de remise des diplômes à 40 pilotes de drones, en présence de Mohamed El Azizi, directeur général de la Banque africaine de développement pour l’Afrique du Nord.

Categories: Tunisia, Korea, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Employment, Youth


25/01/2019 - It's market day in Tsianisiha, a rural town in the district of Toliara in south-west Madagascar. In the central square, the stalls are overflowing with the thousands of products that attract an ever-greater throng of shoppers every Monday. And for good reason: in just five years, Tsianisiha has been completely transformed, much to the benefit of its inhabitants.

Categories: Madagascar, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Climate Change, Gender, Infrastructure, Poverty Reduction


24/01/2019 - Le Bureau national de la Banque africaine de développement en Guinée (COGN) et le ministère guinéen du Plan et du développement économique ont procédé à la signature de deux protocoles d’accord, l’un de don et l’autre de prêt, vendredi 18 janvier 2019, au Petit palais, sur la presqu’île de Kaloum à Conakry. D’un total de 11 millions de dollars, ces accords de financement sont destinés au projet d’appui à la transformation de l’agriculture guinéenne et de l’entreprenariat agricole des jeunes (PATAG EAJ).

Categories: Guinea, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Economic & Financial Governance, Employment, Youth


21/01/2019 - In Nigeria, the world’s largest single-train urea plant has created over 50,000 jobs across the agriculture value-chain, while its affordable fertilizer is boosting farm yields and putting big smiles on farmers’ faces.

Categories: Nigeria, Agriculture & Agro-industries


18/01/2019 - Locally grown rice and vegetables are flourishing in Mozambique’s Massangena district, a testament to the success of an agriculture and rural development project that has brought massive dividends to inhabitants of the traditional farming region, once seen as semi-arid.

Categories: Mozambique, Agriculture & Agro-industries


17/10/2018 - For Miriam Ahuna Ofoeze, nothing now stands between her and her cherished goal of becoming a successful agribusiness entrepreneur. Thanks to an innovative training programme sponsored by the African Development Bank at Purdue University, Indianapolis, the young Nigerian is even convinced she now has what it takes to become a future World Food Prize winner.

Categories: Agriculture & Agro-industries, Food Production, The President


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