Nigeria

17-Jan-2020

Nigeria - Study for Cross River State Rural Access and Mobility Project Phase 2 (CR – RAMP 2) - Project Appraisal Report

In 2008, the Cross River State (CRS) Government, through the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN), received a loan from the Africa Development Bank (ADB) to construct and/or rehabilitate a total of 477km of rural roads under the Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP) scheme. Owing to the huge success of this project, which was completed in 2016, a second phase of RAMP has been proposed. Consequently, the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) applied for the reallocation of 70% of cancelled loan balances to conduct preliminary studies as well as detailed Engineering designs for the second phase...
02-Jan-2020

Working Paper 327 - Poverty in Nigeria: A Multidimensional Approach

Nigeria, despite high GDP growth like its continental peers, is bedevilled by increasing poverty. Most studies, which define poverty in terms of income outcomes, describe this nexus between growth and poverty as non-pro-poor. A small but growing percentage of studies, which dominate the recent development literature and use a combination of income and non- income outcomes to measure poverty, describe this nexus as non-inclusive growth.
21-Dec-2019

Cameroun : la Banque africaine de développement soutient la phase 3 de la Ring Road pour près de 180 millions d’euros

Le Conseil d'administration de la Banque africaine de développement a approuvé, mercredi 18 décembre 2019, un prêt de 255 millions d’euros pour le financement du « Programme d’appui au transport- phase 3 – construction de la Ring Road- tranche 2 du financement Bad ». La Ring-Road couvre environ 365 km et traverse cinq des sept départements de la Région du Nord-ouest. La route comprend également plusieurs raccordements à la frontière nigériane, notamment à partir de Misaje. La zone cible du programme touche la région Nord-Ouest dont le potentiel économique s’étend notamment à l...
16-Dec-2019

EOI - Nigeria - Project Preparatory Activities/Business Case Documentation - Project No. 9061

SALID Agriculture Nigeria Limited (hereinafter: ‘SALID’ or ‘the Grantee’) an agro-allied company in the business of exportation of Shea nuts is establishing a Shea butter processing plant in Nigeria. SALID has received a Grant from the African Development Bank and intends to utilize this Grant towards: PROJECT PREPARATORY ACTIVITIES/BUSINESS CASE DOCUMENTATION - PROJECT NO. 9061.
16-Dec-2019

EOI - Nigeria - Feasibility Study for Poultry Project

Animal Care Services Konsult has received a Grant from the African Development Bank and intends to utilize part of this Grant towards the cost of the following Assignment: Feasibility Study for Poultry Project
13-Dec-2019

Nigeria: African Development Bank approves $124.2 million loan for water sector reforms in Akure to improve access to safe drinking water and sanitation

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank on Thursday approved a $ 124.2 million loan to finance the Urban Water Sector Reform and Akure Water Supply and Sanitation Project in Nigeria. The amount includes an African Growing Together Fund (AGTF) loan of $20 million. The overall project cost is $222.69 million and will span five years from 2020-2025. The project is set to address bottlenecks in critical water supply services to households in the densely populated project area. It would provide residents of Akure city (Ondo State) and its environs, access to safe drinking...
13-Dec-2019

African Development Bank’s digital skills training benefits women

After graduating from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria with a degree in Communication and Language Arts in 2016, Olashile Odetola could not find a job. But an online learning program piloted by the African Development Bank has given her two “gifts”: digital skills and a sense of confidence. Odetola, 31, was one of two thousand students who took part in the ‘Coding for Employment’ digital training program launched by the African Development Bank in partnership with technology firm Microsoft in April 2019 after successful pilots in Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire....
13-Dec-2019

EOI - Multinational - Studies on the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Highway Development Project/Expression of Interest in consulting services for preparation of corridor communication plan

The ECOWAS Commission has received Grants from the African Development Fund (ADF) and the European Development Fund (through the African Investment Facility –AfIF) to cover the cost of studies on the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Highway Development Project, and intends to use part of Grant amount to finance the service contracts of consultants responsible for the preparation and implementation of  a Corridor Communication Plan in order to ensure the visibility of the Corridor project among stakeholders and potential sponsors to facilitate access to knowledge and to elicit their interest for...
12-Dec-2019

Contract Awards - Multinational - Road Safety Audit of the Preliminary and Detailed Designs of the Abidjan- Lagos Corridor Highway

Hold a pre-audit meeting with the ECOWAS Commission and other stakeholders to review project information available. The pre-audit meeting is to set the context for the Road Safety Audit by bringing together the staff of the Infrastructure Department on the ECOWAS Commission , the PIU, the Design Consultants, and the Road Safety Auditor to discuss the scope, objective of the audit and review all information available. Compilation of available road design texts and standards applicable by each Corridor Country or recommended by ECOWAS; Assist with the harmonization and validation of highway...
10-Dec-2019

Nigeria – Inclusive Basic Service Delivery and Livelihood Empowerment Integrated Programme – Project Appraisal Report

Management submits this Memorandum and Recommendation to provide an additional ADF loan not exceeding UA 3.99 million to finance activities of the Inclusive Basic Service Delivery and Livelihood Empowerment Integrated Programme (IBSDLEIP). The additional funds will finance the completion of educational and hostel buildings, provide a water and sanitation system, along with providing capacity building and a Business Development Centre (BDC) and other additional facilities at the Federal Science and Technical College (FSTC), in Lassa, Borno State of Nigeria. The additional activities to be...
10-Dec-2019

Nigeria – Programme intégré de prestation de services de base inclusifs et de renforcement des moyens de subsistance (IBSDLEIP) – Project Appraisal Report

10-Dec-2019

Nigeria - Inclusive Basic Service Delivery and Livehood Emprwerment Integrated Program - Project Appraisal Report

The Program is part of ongoing Federal Government efforts toward North East States1 Emergency Transition, Recovery and Peacebuilding, elaborated by the five-year programmatic “Buhari Plan” of 2016. The programme aligns with interventions by Development Partners (DPs) within the Recovery and Peace Building framework which seeks to support the implementation of the “Buhari Plan”. The overall budgetary requirement for the “Buhari Plan” is currently estimated at UA 5.3 billion (2.13 Trillion Naira). The Government funding commitment to operationalising the “Buhari Plan” is currently estimated at...
29-Nov-2019

Nigeria: African Development Bank approves $210 million financing for Transmission Expansion Project

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group has approved a $210 million financing package to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, for the Nigeria Transmission Expansion Project (NTEP1), which seeks to rehabilitate and upgrade the nation’s power lines and improve distribution and supply.  The project, which will run across the states of Kano, Kaduna, Delta, Edo, Anambra, Imo, and Abia, will improve the capacity and reliability of the Nigerian transmission grid where it is most constrained. Executed by the Transmission Company of Nigeria), NTEP1 is part of a $1.6...
29-Nov-2019

Nigeria - Nigeria Transmission Expansion Project Phase 1 (Ntep1) - Project Appraisal Report

The Nigeria Transmission Expansion Project – phase 1 (NTEP1) is part of the national Transmission Rehabilitation and Expansion Programme (TREP), which aims to support the rehabilitation and upgrade of Nigeria’s electricity transmission substations and lines, to increase power transmission network and allow distribution companies to improve supply to consumers. NTEP1 is located in the North West, South East and South South regions of Nigeria, and cuts across Kano, Kaduna, Delta, Edo, Anambra, Imo, and Abia States.  
19-Nov-2019

EOI - TAAT - TAAT Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Assistant

This request for expression of interest follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared on the African Development Bank Group’s Internet Website(www.afdb.org) 16th August, 2018 International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) is implementing the TAAT Clearinghouse, financed through a grant from the African Development Bank towards the cost of the Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT) Program and intends to apply part of the proceeds for this grant to facilitate payment for a consultant-TAAT MEL Assistant for IITA Office Nairobi Kenya.
18-Nov-2019

Nigeria - Indorama Eleme Fertilizer and Chemicals Ltd Feed Conditioning Unit II - P-NG-GB0-003 - ESMP Summary

The Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) for the inclusion of FCU2 unit in ongoing construction of IEFCL-Train2 Project within Indorama Complex, Eleme, Rivers State is proposed by Indorama Eleme Fertilizer & Chemicals Limited. The construction and operation of FCU2 shall be a part of IEFCL-Train2 project. IEFCL have ESIA approval for IEFCL-Train2 Project and the FCU2 unit shall be a precursor of the IEFCL-Train2 Ammonia and Urea Plants. IEFCL also have the approved EMP for inclusion of FCU2 in IEFCL-Train2 project. IEFCLs Train 1 Fertilizer is already equipped with FCU unit...
12-Nov-2019

2019 Africa Investment Forum: Achieving an African economy four times bigger with only a 50% increase in energy demand

Africa has the potential to expand the continental economy fourfold, with energy demands expanding by only 50 percent, according to a new report. The International Energy Agency (IEA) unveiled its report on the first day of the second African Investment Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa Energy Outlook 2019 found that the continent’s future energy prospects look bright, but only if Governments can make the shift to more renewable energy sources. The report says there are three factors that will determine the continent’s future energy consumption - its growing population, the rapid...
06-Nov-2019

PPM - Nigeria - Institutional Support for Economic Management and Delivery

PPM - Nigeria - Institutional Support for Economic Management and Delivery
06-Nov-2019

PPM - Nigeria - Nigeria Electrification Project

PPM - Nigeria - Nigeria Electrification Project
06-Nov-2019

PPM - Nigeria - Say No To Famine

PPM - Nigeria - Say No To Famine