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13/05/2019 - Following the devastating cyclones, Idai and Kenneth, which hit the central and northern parts of Mozambique, its government requested support from the African Development Bank for long-term assistance on the management of climate disasters.

Categories: Mozambique, Climate Change, Environment


26/04/2019 - Le Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement et le gouvernement de Guinée, ont signé, mardi 23 avril 2019 à Conakry, des accords de prêts et de don, pour un montant total de 81,1 millions de dollars EU.

Categories: Guinea, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Climate Change, Environment, Transport, Food Production


05/02/2019 - Bertine Mariazy is a farmer in Tanandava, a rural town in Morombe District in south-west Madagascar. Her standard of living has soared over the past eight years, as a result of development works in the irrigated area of Bas Mangoky (supplied with water by the Mangoky, at 822 km in length, the longest river in Madagascar). Having better quality water and in greater quantity for her land has enabled her to double her rice production and her cropping area.

Categories: Madagascar, Environment, Gender, Food Production


14/12/2018 - How Africa manages its land, agriculture and forestry is of critical importance to the health of its people, its economy and the world’s climate.

Categories: Climate Change, Environment, COP


10/12/2018 - Between 1980 and 2000, Kenya lost nearly 50% of its forest cover. Some 300,000 hectares of forest were destroyed due to intensive logging, charcoal production and large-scale clearance of wooded areas for tea plantations.

Symbolic of this destruction is the Mau Forest, at 273,000 hectares the largest forested area in Kenya with a seven-lake drainage basin covering more than 69,000 km2, from which one quarter of its canopy had disappeared, threatening the survival not only of millions of wildebeest and thousands of gazelles and buffaloes migrating through Kenya and Tanzania, but also of riparian communities.

Categories: Kenya, Environment


13/06/2018 - La Banque africaine de développement a achevé son programme d’activités marquant la journée mondiale de l’environnement, ce samedi 9 juin 2018, par une mobilisation de ses employés pour une vaste opération de nettoyage de la plage de Grand-Bassam, en Côte d’Ivoire.

Categories: Côte d’Ivoire, Environment


07/06/2018 - While the fight against plastic waste is gaining more resonance in Africa, the use of plastic bags is still well-rooted in custom and practice, at the expense not only of the environment, but also of public health, without there being widespread awareness. That is why the African Development Bank is ringing the alarm bell on the occasion of World Environment Day, June 5, and World Oceans Day, June 8, with a full week of activities on the theme “Beat Plastic Pollution.”

Categories: Environment


04/06/2018 - On the occasion of World Environment Day, June 5, and World Oceans Day, June 8, the African Development Bank is calling for collective action to reduce the pressing environmental and health challenges posed by plastic waste.

Categories: Environment, Human Capital Development, Climate Change, Partnerships


04/06/2018 - During this year’s Innovation4Climate meeting in Germany, focused on “Adaptation metrics for innovative results-based adaptation and resilience finance,” the African Development Bank hosted a workshop on Tuesday, May 21, in cooperation with Perspectives Climate Group, The Higher Ground Foundation.

Categories: Uganda, Adaptation Benefit Mechanism (ABM), Environment, Climate Change


24/05/2018 - Ministers of Finance, Agriculture and Governors of Central Banks from African countries have called for further innovative financing mechanisms to deal with the impact of climate change, which has led to economic losses from cycles, conflict, insecurity and cross-border political instability in the Sahel region.

African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina attended the discussions by the Bank’s Board of Governors, emphasizing the Bank’s involvement in strengthening the technical cooperation between the Bank and the African Risk Capacity (ARC) to respond to climate change in Africa.

Categories: Gambia, Mali, Malawi, Niger, Senegal, Climate Change, Environment


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