Budget Documents

04-Jul-2019

2019 – 2021 WORK PROGRAMME AND BUDGET DOCUMENT

This Programme and Budget Document outlines the strategic priorities, operational work programme and estimated resource requirements of the African Development Bank Group for the period 2019 – 2021.
27-Aug-2018

2018-2020 Work Programme and Budget Documents

17-May-2017

2017–2019 Work programme and budget document

The preparation of the 2017–2019 Programme and Budget Document (PBD) is the result of a Bankwide effort led by Yao Etienne Kouadio (OIC of the Programming and Budget Department and Division Manager COPB1) and Kapil Kapoor (Acting Vice-President OSVP and Director of the Strategy and Operational Policies Department). Nnenna Nwabufo and Chi .L.Tawah also contributed immensely to this effort.
10-Jun-2016

2016-2018 Work Programme and Budget Document

The preparation of the 2016–2018 Work Programme and Budget Proposal is the result of a Bankwide effort led by Ralph Olayé (Acting Director of the Programming and Budget Department and Head of the Delivery & Performance Management Office) and Kapil Kapoor (Director of the Strategy and Operational Policies Department). Nnenna Nwabufo (Acting Vice President of the Corporate Services Complex) also contributed immensely to this effort.
22-May-2015

2015-2017 Rolling Plan and Budget version Anglaise

The preparation of the 2015–2017 Plan and Budget Proposal is the result of a Bank-wide effort led by: Mrs. Nnenna Nwabufo, Director of the Programming and Budget Department, in coordination with Mr. Kapil Kapoor, Director of the Strategy and Operational Policies Department, and Mr Ralph Olaye, Head of the Performance Monitoring and Delivery Unit.
18-Dec-2013

The 2014-2016 Programme and Budget

This 2014–2016 Plan and Budget Proposal was prepared by a team led by Mrs. Nnenna Nwabufo, Director of the Programming and Budget Department; Mr. Kapil Kapoor, Director of the Strategy and Operational Policies Department and Mr. Desire Vencatachellum, Director of the Resource Mobilization and External Finance Department. The core team consisted of Mr. Abdallah Fouad Abdallah, Ms. Spankie Boitumelo, Mrs. Domina Buzingo, Mr. Thomas Brient, Ms. Chiara Calvosa, Mr. Eloi Dahouet-Boigny, Mr. Karim Dekiouk, Mr. Gaoussou Diabagaté, Mr. Christian Fagnidi, Mr. Patrick Kei-Boguinard, Mr. Etienne Kouadio...
28-Mar-2013

The 2013-2015 Programme and Budget

This 2013–2015 (Three-Year Rolling) Plan and Budget Proposal was prepared by a team led by Mr. Clement Babalola, Officer in Charge for Programming and Budget Department; Mr. Kapil Kapoor, Director for Strategy and Mr. Desire Vencatachellum, Director for Operational Resources and Policies Department.
23-Apr-2012

The 2012-2014 Programme and Budget

This Programme and Budget Document outlines Management’s assumptions and projections about the Bank’s Work Programme and resource allocations. It also attempts to reflect the guidance received from the Board during discussion of the Framework Paper and from the Committee of the Whole and the December 2011 formal Board Meeting. The situations and projections contained in this document will, inevitably, be affected by future developments. However, the analysis and estimates are to the best of Management’s judgment as at the time they have been prepared and, unless specifically addressed in a...
01-Mar-2011

The 2011-2013 Programme and Budget

This document outlines Management’s assumptions and projections about the Bank’s Work Programme and resource allocations. It also attempts to reflect the guidance received from the Board of Directors during discussion of the Framework Paper and the Programme and Budget Document. The situations and projections contained in this document will, inevitably, be affected by future developments. However, the analysis and estimates are to the best of Management’s judgment as at the time they have been prepared and, unless specifically addressed in a corrigendum or update or revised version, the Bank...
12-Sep-2010

The 2010-2012 Programme and Budget - Framework Paper

The 2010-2012 Programme and Budget Framework Paper is premised on the understanding that the Bank Group 2008-2012 Medium Term Strategy (MTS) will continue to guide the Bank’s interventions in the Regional Member Countries. Consequently, the key guiding principles for the Bank’s Work Programme remain: (i) selectivity and high quality operations; (ii) focus on country level outputs and outcomes; and (iii) continuous improvement of knowledge generation and management. The Programme and Budget implementation environment builds on key institutional activities aimed at enhancing the Bank’s...
22-Dec-2009

The 2010-2012 Programme and Budget

The 2010-2012 Programme and Budget proposals are premised on the understanding that the Bank Group 2008-2012 Medium Term Strategy (MTS) will continue to guide the Bank’s interventions in the Regional Member Countries (RMCs). Consequently, the key guiding principles for the Bank’s Work Programme remain: i) selectivity and high quality operations; ii) focus on country level outputs and outcomes; and, iii) continuous improvement of knowledge generation and management. The Programme and Budget implementation environment builds on key institutional activities aimed at enhancing the Bank’s...
29-Sep-2009

The 2009-2011 Programme and Budget

Consistent with the key findings of the Report of the High Level Panel, and the 2008-2012 Medium Term Strategy (MTS), this document presents a three-year rolling Work Programme and Budget aimed at ensuring that the Bank will continue to grow and deliver results on the ground for its RMCs. The key principles guiding the preparation of the Programme and Budget Document (PBD) and allocation of the resources are: (i) greater selectivity in operations; (ii) renewed focus on performance, results, and governance; (iii) effective decentralization and strengthened partnerships; (iv) staff empowerment...
14-Apr-2009

Budget Practices and Procedures in Africa 2008

This report was jointly commissioned by the Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative (CABRI) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) and financed by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). The report was written by a study team from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE): Paolo de Renzio and Joachim Wehner, with support from Mike Seiferling.