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Terminal à Conteneur de Dakar

06-Sep-2012 - Le Port de Dakar est un des ports les plus importants d’Afrique de l’Ouest. En vue d’améliorer les installations portuaires, une concession de 25 années a été signée entre l’Etat du Sénégal (représenté par le Port Autonome de Dakar) et Dubai Port World (DPW) en Octobre 2007 pour le Terminal à Conteneur. Dans le cadre de la concession, DPW a la responsabilité de moderniser l’équipement, les opérations, la gestion ainsi que la maintenance du terminal à conteneurs. Les composantes du projet sont les suivantes :...

Sénégal : Projet de la centrale électrique de Kounoune

05-Sep-2012 - Construction et exploitation d’une centrale de 67,5 MW alimentée au fuel lourd dans la localité de Kounoune à 23 km à l’est de Dakar. Le Projet comprend aussi la construction d’un oléoduc d’alimentation en carburant (fuel lourd) et d’un poste de transformation sur le site du projet.

Sénégal : Projet de la centrale à charbon de Sendou 125 MW

05-Sep-2012 - Construction, exploitation et entretien d’une centrale électrique alimentée au charbon de 125 MW sur un  site de 29 hectares situé à 35 km de Dakar à Sendou (Bargny). Le Projet produira  chaque année 925 GWh d’électricité, soit environ 40 % de la consommation du Sénégal en 2010. Le projet contribuera à résoudre la crise actuelle dans le secteur de l’électricité en permettant de remplacer la production de générateurs d’urgence en location et de centrales âgées, ainsi qu’en permettant un meilleur entretien des...

Sénégal : Aéroport international Blaise Diagne (AIBD)

05-Sep-2012 - L’Aéroport International Blaise Diagne (AIBD) est en cours de construction sur un nouveau site situé à 45km à l’est de Dakar. L’AIBD aura une capacité de 3 millions de passagers et comprendra les installations suivantes : un terminal de 42.000 m2, une piste de 3,5 km de long avec des voies de circulation, 30 postes de stationnement d’avions avec 6 postes de stationnement au contact, un terminal de fret, un pavillon présidentiel, un terminal Hadj, ainsi que d’autres composantes.

AfDB Finances Rural Development in Casamance in Senegal

26-Jul-2012 - Casamance, located in southwestern Senegal, has been involved in a struggle for independence since the 1980s. The Rural Development Support Project in Casamance (PADERCA) falls within the framework of the Economic and Social Activities Revitalization Program in Casamance, established by the Senegalese government since 2004 and aims at supporting the restoration of peace in this part of the country.

Niger: AfDB Funds Local Development Support Project in Diffa Region

26-Jul-2012 - The Diffa region to the far south-east of Niger is one of the areas most affected by cycles of drought, characterized especially by dune encroachment, increased silting in agricultural and stock breeding areas and a steady deterioration of the natural environment.

Rehabilitation of the Agricultural and Rural Sector in the Democratic Republic of Congo

16-Jul-2012 - The economic crisis of the 1980s, exacerbated by the armed conflicts of the 1990s in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has resulted in a drop in farmer assistance, desertion of farms and lack of maintenance of rural roads. This situation has specifically led to decreased productivity, difficulties in the supply of farm inputs and equipment, and increased inaccessibility to production areas, thus giving rise to food insecurity.

AfDB’s USD 33m Harar Water and Sanitation Project Comes on Stream in Ethiopia

16-Jul-2012 - Context Harar is a historic town with great cultural and religious significance in Ethiopia. It is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and “a living museum”.

PROGEBE: For a Productive Trypanotolerant Livestock Contributing to Food Security and Poverty Alleviation in West Africa

15-Jul-2012 - The Regional Project on Sustainable Management of Endemic Ruminant Livestock (PROGEBE) resulted from the will of The Gambia, Guinea, Mali and Senegal to implement preservation measures for the trypanotolerant livestock (Ndama cattle, Djallonké sheep and West African dwarf goat) and its natural habitat.

The AfDB Finances Local Small-scale Irrigation in Senegal

11-Jul-2012 - Senegal is a Sahelian country that relies heavily on agriculture. This sector faces weather vagaries and a decline in rainfall during recent decades (200 mm in 30 years). To address this situation and complete the development of the Senegal River valley, the Senegalese government sought to value runoff water resources available in the country.

Guinea Bissau: The AfDB Finances the Rehabilitation of the Agricultural and Rural Sectors

29-Jun-2012 - ADF assistance is by a grant of UA 5.80 million, corresponding to CFAF 4.4 billion. Despite the relatively difficult socio-political situation in the country, the project was well implemented. PRESAR is an example of an operation implemented following a participatory approach, with particular attention to women who are heavily involved in rice production market garden activities.

Rural Enterprises Project II in Ghana - Transforming the Lives of the Rural Poor

08-May-2012 - The Rural Enterprise Project (REP) aims at alleviating poverty, slowing rural-urban drift, contributing to the creation of sustainable jobs. The project also aims at addressing the low level of technology and productivity, low income and un-competitiveness in production, processing and distribution in agriculture. REP aims at addressing this deficiency through transfer of technology, thereby improving the low level of technology and productivity, as well as aiding in improving the low income levels of...