Chad

31-Jul-2019

Multinational - Trans-Sahara Highway Project

16-Jul-2019

Central Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper 2019 - 2025

This Central Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper (RISP-CA) proposes a general framework of operations in Central Africa over 2019–2025 for adoption by the Boards of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB or Bank) and the African Development Fund. The RISP-CA was prepared within a context of major institutional changes, particularly following the Bank’s adoption of the Development and Business Delivery Model and the continental Regional Integration Strategic Framework for 2018–2025.
04-Jul-2019

Chad - Djermaya Solar Power Plant Project (32 MWc) - LRP Summary

The Djermaya Solar Power Plant Project consists in constructing a photovoltaic park which can generate 32 MWc at peak capacity and connection networks to the existing SNE line. The project has a two-fold objective: (i) sustainably boost the country’s environmentally friendly electricity generation capacity; and (ii) upgrade the electricity transmission system by renovating the line from Djermaya to N’Djamena (replacement of cables and the receiving transformer). The project will be the first ever by an independent power producer and will become the basis for the economic and social...
04-Jul-2019

Chad - Djermaya Solar Power Plant Project (32 MWc) – Summary ESIA

Chad is experiencing electricity supply and access difficulties, which hamper the country's development. At the national level, 96.5% of the energy consumed is produced from wood fuels with serious consequences on the environment, particularly on the country’s forest resources and air quality. Moreover, Chad is endowed with huge natural resources, including a large pool of solar energy, which makes it possible to develop sustainable power generation systems, reduce deforestation, and thus improve the country's energy performance. 
14-Jun-2019

Chad: Public Sector Financial & Economic Restructuring Programme

03-Jun-2019

AMI - Multinational - Recrutement du Coordonnateur régional du PRESIBALT

Les pays membres de la CBLT ont reçu un Prêt et des Dons du Fonds africain de développement (FAD) afin de couvrir le coût du Programme de Réhabilitation et de Renforcement de la Résilience des Systèmes Socio-Ecologiques du Bassin du Lac Tchad (PRESIBALT). Ces financements ont été rétrocédésà la Commission du Bassin du Lac Tchad (CBLT) en vue dela mise en œuvre du PRESIBALT qui sera exécuté dans lesdits pays membres. La CBLT a l’intention d’utiliser une partie des sommes accordées au titre de ceprêt et dons pour financer le contrat relatif au recrutement d’un (1) Coordonnateur régional du...
28-May-2019

AMI – Tchad - Audit comptable et financier des exercices 2017, 2018 et 2019 (clôture) du projet - PAAPEGICA

Le Gouvernement de la République du Tchad a reçuun don du Groupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement afin de couvrir le coût du Projet d’Appui à l’Amélioration de la Programmation Economique, de la Gestion Institutionnelle et du Cadre des Affaires (PAAPEGICA) et a l’intention d’utiliser une partie des sommes accordées au titre de ce don pour financer le contrat d’une firme chargée de l’audit comptable et financier des exercices 2017, 2018 et 2019 (clôture) du projet.
20-May-2019

Chad: African Development Bank President pledges deeper cooperation, urges donor support for energy sector

African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina, on 17 May  2019, pledged to deepen cooperation between his organization and Chad, to help the central African nation to meet critical development financing needs. At a meeting with Chadian President Idriss Deby in the landlocked country’s capital, N’Djamena, Adesina also called on development partners to support Chad’s energy sector to increase power generation capacity to 400 megawatts per year, from less than 100 megawatts currently. "The Bank will provide budgetary support to Chad in 2020 and 2021," said President Adesina,...
17-May-2019

Trans-Sahara Optical Fibre Backbone Project

15-May-2019

Le président de la Banque africaine de développement en déplacement au Tchad pour renforcer le partenariat

Le président de la Banque africaine de développement, Akinwumi Adesina, poursuit sa tournée en Afrique centrale par une visite officielle au Tchad, les 16 et 17 mai, afin de renforcer le partenariat de la Banque avec le pays de « Toumaï », qui signifie « espoir de vie » en langue gorane. Ce déplacement a pour objet de passer en revue les différents volets de cette coopération et d’explorer ses perspectives de développement. Un entretien est prévu avec le président du Tchad, Idriss Déby, avec des membres du gouvernement, dont le ministre d’Etat, secrétaire général à la...
25-Apr-2019

GPN – Tchad - Programme d’Approvisionnement en Eau Potable et d’Assainissement en Milieux Semi Urbain et Rural de Onze Régions (PAEPA SU MR)

Le Gouvernement de la République du Tchad areçu un don du fondsAfricaine de Développement,un don RWSSI et un Don GEF en diverses monnaies pour le financement du Programme d’Approvisionnement en Eau Potable et d’Assainissement en Milieux Semi Urbain et Rural de Onze Régions (PAEPA SU MR).
15-Apr-2019

African Development Bank approves strategy for Central Africa - “crucial for the economic integration of the region”

The Board of the African Development Bank has approved the Central Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper 2019 – 2025, adopting the Bank’s multinational operations in Central Africa over the indicated period. The Central Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper (RISP) for 2019 – 2025 builds on the lessons learned from the implementation of previous regional development initiatives. It also lists the Bank’s plans to accelerate intra-regional trade, inclusive economic growth and structural transformation of the Central African region. It will guide the Bank’s regional operations in...
09-Apr-2019

Afrique centrale : la Banque africaine de développement et la CEEAC vont aider à mobiliser 2,2 milliards de dollars pour financer deux projets intégrateurs dans les transports

La Banque africaine de développement a reçu, vendredi 5 avril à Abidjan, des délégations venues du Congo, de la République démocratique du Congo, du Tchad, de la République centrafricaine et de la Communauté économique des Etats de l’Afrique centrale (CEEAC). Les missions du Congo et du Tchad étaient conduites, respectivement par Jean Jacques Bouya, ministre de l’équipement, de l’aménagement du territoire et des grands travaux et Abderamane Mouctar Mahamat, ministre des infrastructures, des transports et du désenclavement. Chantal Mfoula, Secrétaire générale adjointe chargée de l’...
08-Apr-2019

AMI - Multinationale - Recrutement d’une ONG en vue de sensibiliser les populations riveraines dans la partie Cameroun - Projet régional intégrateur du réseau routier dans le bassin du lac Tchad

Le Gouvernementde la République du Cameroun et celui du Tchadont obtenu des financements duGroupe de la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD) afin de couvrir partiellementle coût du Projet de Construction d’un pont sur le Logone entre Yagoua (Cameroun) et Bongor (Tchad) et les aménagements connexes et a l’intention d’utiliser une partie des sommes accordées au titre de ce prêt pour financer le contrat de prestation de serviceslié à sensibilisation des populations riveraines aux IST-VIH/Sida, au paludisme, à la sécurité routière, à la protection de l’environnement et au respect de la charge...
08-Apr-2019

AMI - Multinationale - Recrutement d’une ONG en vue de sensibiliser les populations riveraines dans la partie Tchadienne

03-Apr-2019

Regional Economic Outlook 2019 - Central Africa

In 2018, the GDP growth rate in Central Africa (which includes Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon) accelerated slightly, to 2.2 percent from 1.1 percent in 2017, but remained below the African average of 3.5 percent. Central Africa’s growth was driven primarily by the rebound in raw material prices, principally oil.
25-Mar-2019

Multinational - Project to support the socio-économique reintegration of vulnerable groups in the lake Chad Basin

The countries bordering Lake Chad (Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon and Chad) established in May 1964 an entity known as the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC), based in Ndjamena, Chad. Its mandate is to ensure the sustainable and equitable management of Lake Chad and other shared water resources in the eponymous basin, as well as the preservation of the ecosystems of the Lake Chad Conventional Basin, the promotion of integration and the preservation of cross-border peace and security in the Lake Chad Basin. Subsequently, the LCBC opened its doors to the Central African Republic in 1996 and Libya in...
27-Feb-2019

"Our future lies in regional integration. We need resources to move forward," say Central Africa Governors

"Your presence at the Bank's headquarters matters. So is your voice. It is encouraging hearing you," says Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank, addressing the institution’s Governors for Central Africa, on 26 February in Abidjan.   Like their West Africa counterparts on Monday, Bank Group Governors for Central Africa came to attend a consultative meeting during which they had fruitful discussions with the senior management. They came from all parts of the central African region: Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo...
22-Feb-2019

Multinational - The Global Environment Facility for the Programme to rehabilitate and strengthen the resilience of lake Chad basin systems (PRESIBALT)

The fragility that characterizes the Lake Chad Basin stems from complex problems relating to intertwined environmental, security, social, economic, humanitarian and political issues. Food insecurity, natural resource degradation and a difficult humanitarian situation are being exacerbated by a changing climate. The scale of the problem requires a regional approach, including the improvement of socio-ecological systems.
22-Feb-2019

Chad - Feasibility study for the development of 135 000 HA of irrigation schemes - Appraisal Report

A landlocked Central African country (1,284,000 km² and 14.45 million inhabitants), Chad has significant natural resources, including 39 million hectares of arable land, 84 million hectares of natural pastures and 23.3 million hectares of forests, 7 million ha for fish farming, about 113 million head of livestock of all species (cattle, sheep, goats, camels, etc.) and significant groundwater and surface water resources, with an annual volume varying between 263 and 455 billion m3 . However, Chad is experiencing near-chronic food and nutritional insecurity: 21% of the population faces food...