Algeria

30-Nov-2015

PPM – Algérie - Projet de mise en place en place d'un système d'information géographique –ANRH – 11 2015

PPM – Algérie - Projet de mise en place en place d'un système d'information géographique –ANRH – 11 2015
26-Nov-2015

Promoting North African Women’s Employment through SMEs

In its latest analysis on North Africa, “Promoting North African Women’s Employment through SMEs”, the African Development Bank points to a host of significant challenges facing women who strive to set up and own SMEs in the region. These include women’s multiple burdens, legal and cultural barriers, lack of access to training and business related support, limited access to property and credit, absence of effective social networks, and problems associated with economic infrastructure. The Bank underlines in particular, seven major challenges. First, while in North Africa there are no...
12-Jun-2015

PPM – Algérie - Projet d’appui au recadrage de la stratégie E- Algérie et à l'élaboration de la démarche de mise en œuvre de l'axe E-GOV – 06 2015

PPM – Algérie - Projet d’appui au recadrage de la stratégie E- Algérie et à l'élaboration de la démarche de mise en œuvre de l'axe E-GOV – 06 2015
18-Dec-2014

PPM - Algérie - Programme de renforcement des capacités du Ministère des Finances - PRCMF - 12 2014

PPM - Algérie - Programme de renforcement des capacités du Ministère des Finances - PRCMF - 12 2014
18-Dec-2014

PPM- Algérie - Projet d’appui à la mise en œuvre des plans de modernisation des systèmes d’information des banques publiques - PAMO - 12 2014

PPM- Algérie - Projet d’appui à la mise en œuvre des plans de modernisation des systèmes d’information des banques publiques - PAMO - 12 2014
18-Dec-2014

PPM - Algérie - Projet d’appui technique au programme de création de nouvelles exploitations agricoles et d’élevage - 12 2014

PPM - Algérie - Projet d’appui technique au programme de création de nouvelles exploitations agricoles et d’élevage - 12 2014
13-Nov-2014

Economic Brief - Promoting crisis-resilient growth in North Africa

Key messages • The Arab Spring was an internally generated crisis, the result of two interwoven processes relating to the patterns of growth and crisis resilience in the region. While North African countries enjoyed moderately high growth between 2003 and 2010, notwithstanding the two crises (food and financial) that hit the region during that period, growth was not inclusive and benefits were not shared broadly across sectors or widely across groups. While North African governments took steps to strengthen crisis resilience at macroeconomic level, they generally failed to protect small...
13-Sep-2014

Algérie - Consultants - Plan de Passation de Marché - 09 2014

Algérie - Consultants - Plan de Passation de Marché - 09 2014
02-Sep-2014

The AfDB releases its North Africa 2014 Report

The AfDB North Africa 2014 report focuses on inclusive growth, providing an overview of the AfDB's activities in the region, along with a summary of the socio-economic situation in each of the five countries covered. The African Development Bank (AfDB) has released its North Africa 2014 annual report, entitled Looking for inclusion. This year's report focuses on the pressing need for inclusive growth and development, as demonstrated by the uprisings experienced in several countries in the region in early 2011. The report includes a brand new indicator, which measures the extent to...
28-Aug-2014

The AfDB Group in North Africa 2014

From 1990 to 2010, North African countries achieved rapid economic growth and significant progress in human welfare indicators such as poverty reduction, life expectancy, and health status. Nevertheless, this period ended with popular uprisings that toppled long-standing political regimes in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. This year’s North Africa Annual Report is largely devoted to the topic of inclusive growth and development, the absence of which in several ways helped trigger the uprisings, in an attempt to better understand why economic growth over the 5-10 years preceding the revolutions...
13-May-2014

La Route Transsaharienne : un projet d’environ 10 000 km pour la stabilité et la croissance inclusive au Maghreb et au Sahel

.more_iteration {display: none;}; Context La Banque africaine de développement (BAD) a participé le 20 avril dernier à Alger, en Algérie à une réunion de coordination portant sur la Route Transsaharienne (RTS), un projet qui s’étire d’Alger à Lagos. Son objectif est de desservir toute la sous-région du Maghreb et du Sahel sur une longueur totale de 9.400 km. La rencontre a réuni, en plus de la BAD – représentée par son représentant résident, Boubacar Traoré -  le  Comité de liaison de la route Transsaharienne (CLRTS) et le PNUD. L’objectif de la  ...
19-Mar-2014

Economic Brief - Labour market reforms in post-transition North Africa

Key Messages • North African countries’ labour market policies have produced a dual labour market, characterised by vast inequalities between formal and informal sector workers and between large and small firms. • During the course of the recent crises that have struck the region, government policies for mitigating their impacts have led to a widening of group inequalities and in the weakening of already vulnerable groups. • The growing divide between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’, in a difficult environment characterised by rising living costs, heavy job destruction and...
15-Jan-2014

1998-Algeria-Country Portfolio Review Report

15-Jan-2014

2002-Algeria-Portfolio Review Report

15-Jan-2014

2003 - Algeria - Country Portfolio Performance Review Report

The purpose of this report is to inform the Board of Directors on the Bank Group’s portfolio performance in Algeria and recommend measures to be taken in order to improve its quality. It is based on information gathered during various supervision missions and the multidisciplinary portfolio review mission undertaken in July 2004.
15-Jan-2014

2000-Multinational-Synthesis Paper on Portfolio Reviews

The Country Portfolio Review Report highlighted some improvements in project management. The overall rating for all the 7 projects were 2 in this portfolio review. This rating was slightly below the overall rating assessed for the 1995 country portfolio review (rating of 2.3 on a scale from 0 to 2). Five of the seven active operations were rated 2.0 or better while the remaining two received the rating of 1.8 and 1.9. The rating showed that the performance in the social sector was the best among all the sectors; followed by those of the industry and the transport sectors. The performance of...
15-Jan-2014

1990-1998 - Algeria - Review of the Bank’s Experience in Supporting Structural Adjustment

This performance evaluation report concerns three reform support programmes financed in Algeria, covering the period 1990-1998 and for which the Bank granted three loans for a total cumulative amount of UA 450 million. The loans concerned are B/ALG/PRE/90/12, B/ALG/PACEF/92/17 and B/ALG/PAS/96/23, for the Economic Reforms Programme (ERP), the Foreign Trade and Tax Reform programme (PACEP) and SAP, each for UA 150 million.
16-Dec-2013

Multinational - Trans-Sahara Highway Project - Appraisal Report

This project concerns the Trans-Sahara Highway (TSH) -an infrastructure at the centre of economic, social, political and security stakes for the continent. The highway is located on the Algiers/Lagos and Dakar/Djibouti trans-African corridors identified by the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) as priority projects for achieving NEPAD objectives by 2020
11-Dec-2013

Economic Brief - The Search for Inclusive Growth in North Africa- A Comparative Approach

Key messages • This paper shows that the longstanding relationship between growth and distribution in economics has been revived in recent years with greater focus on inclusive growth as growth that is capable of benefiting much larger sections of the society. • The extensive descriptive review of a broad set of development indicators for the past two decades and an estimation of a combined single score for measuring ‘inclusive growth’ for individual countries has shown that overall North Africa has fared relatively better recently both in historical terms and compared to many other...
23-Aug-2013

AfDB, AUC Sign US $45 Million Grant Agreement to Boost Pan African University

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the African Union Commission (AUC) have signed a grant agreement worth US $45 million to boost the Pan African University. This grant from AfDB Group’s concessional window, the African Development Fund, will help the African Union establish the Pan African University with a view to enhancing Africa’s competitiveness and growth through the creation of high quality higher education and research capabilities. “The Bank's support to the Pan-African University is a clear demonstration of our commitment to play a key role in Africa’s transformation,”...