Agriculture & Agro-industries
The overall Bank Group Vision for Agriculture and Rural Development is to strive to become the leading development finance institution in Africa, dedicated to assisting African regional member countries in their poverty reduction efforts.
This Vision thus focuses on the central goal of poverty reduction and, therefore, on agriculture and rural development as a prime building block, given the dominant role agriculture plays in most RMCs, as the key employer of the people and the main contributor to GDP, rural transformation, and economic growth.
More specifically, the Bank’s vision for the agriculture and rural development sector is to assume a leading catalytic role, within the next decade, in supporting the technological, institutional and policy changes that would trigger a lasting transformation of the rural economies of RMCs by empowering their rural populations to improve their productivity and real incomes in an equitable and environmentally sustainable manner. Hence, the thrust of the vision is client-focus, with “people-centered development” as the principal theme.
- 18/12/2018 - Mozambique: tackling flooding through climate-resilient agriculture
- 18/12/2018 - African Development Bank invests US$7.5 million in Africa Tech Ventures to boost innovative start-ups
- 17/12/2018 - Nairobi hosts talks to boost seed and agricultural production in Eastern and Southern Africa
- 17/12/2018 - Sudan: African Development Bank approves US$75 million to DAL Group Co. Ltd to transform country’s food and agriculture
- 14/12/2018 - Tunisia Trains first set of Drone pilots for agricultural productivity
- 11/12/2018 - The African Development Bank, Partners, to Host Workshop on COMESA Harmonization of Seed Policy
- 06/12/2018 - Malawi: African Development Bank US$ 35 million loan to boost agriculture and natural resource management
- 03/12/2018 - Barrage Kandadji au Niger : 436 millions mobilisés pour la réinstallation des populations
- 09/11/2018 - Africa agribusiness, a US$1 trillion business by 2030