Interviews

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Talk With a Bank Agroindustry Expert on Africa’s Structural Transformation

28-mai-2013 - As delegates gather in Marrakech for the Bank’s 48th Annual Meetings, some Bank experts have shared their perspectives on Africa’s structural transformation, which is the key topic of the meeting.

La BAD au féminin

08-mar-2013 - Les femmes composent plus de la moitié de la population d’Afrique. C’est dire leurs poids dans la société. A l’image du continent, que la BAD a vocation à servir, la Banque accorde une place grandissante aux femmes. Tant dans les projets qu’elle soutient et finance, qu’en son sein même, parmi son personnel. Hommage soit ici rendu aux femmes, à toutes les femmes de la BAD, qui mettent leurs compétences, leur temps et leur énergie au service de l’institution et donc de l’Afrique.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, présidente du Liberia, parle des femmes et de la question du genre

07-mar-2013 - Question : Madame la Présidente, vous êtes la première femme à avoir été élue à la tête d’un pays africain, dans l’histoire moderne. Vous êtes également lauréate du prix Nobel de la paix, avocate des droits de la femme, et un modèle universel pour les femmes. A l’occasion de la Journée internationale de la femme, célébrée le 8 mars, quel message souhaitez-vous aujourd’hui adresser aux jeunes et aux femmes d’Afrique ?

Interview with Frannie Léautier, Executive Secretary, African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF)

11-déc-2012 - The African Development Bank celebrated 25 years of monitoring and evaluation work in early December. Frannie Léautier, current Executive Secretary of the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), brought her expertise to the Bank as the institution ratified its monitoring and evaluation reforms.

Interview with Mr. Joachim Schwarzer, Director for Germany, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

05-déc-2012 - Mr. Joachim Schwarzer, Director for Germany, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and head of the EBRD mission to the African Development Bank, discusses the potential for current and future collaboration between the African Development Bank and the EBRD during an official visit to the Bank on Friday, November 30, 2012 in Tunis.

Interview with Mr. Enzo Quattrociocche, Secretary General, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

04-déc-2012 - Mr. Enzo Quattrociocche, Secretary General, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), discusses the potential for collaboration between the EBRD and the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) during a day of meetings between the two multilateral development banks.

“Indeed African Governments Have a Key Role as a Partner to the Bank in Achieving Inclusive Growth” - Mthuli Ncube

05-avr-2012 - “Some issues linked to inclusive growth, such as voice and accountability are political in nature and need to be handled politically by national governments. However, the Bank Group needs to continue paying more attention to wider access issues linked to its infrastructure and economic development projects and programs. In addition,

Auditors Role Essential for Inclusive Growth, Says AfDB Auditor-General, Edward Ouko.

08-juin-2011 - What role should Auditors-General in African countries play to make inclusive growth a reality in the African Development Bank’s efforts to promote development for all , the central theme of its 2011 Annual Meetings which open in Lisbon, Portugal on Thursday?  

AfDB: “The Power of Statistics is Recognised for Inclusive Growth,” Says Expert Beejaye Kokil

06-juin-2011 - To what extent does the African Development Bank (AfDB) see inclusive growth as an overarching policy objective? What changes, if any, would Management and the Boards want to see in the Bank’s strategy, in order to deal with inclusive growth? Does the Bank have the right statistical instruments among others, to respond to the needs of its regional member countries in dealing with inclusive growth? No Bank expert is indifferent to the on-going debate on “Inclusive growth”.

La BAD approuve la définition de l'appétence au risque pour l'institution

11-mai-2011 - Rédigé par Aristide Ahouassou La gestion efficace du risque est essentielle pour la survie de toute institution financière, en particulier au vu de la volatilité actuelle des marchés financiers et des incertitudes des perspectives macroéconomiques. Le conseil d’administration de la BAD vient d’approuver un document de politique sur l'appétence au risque, qui constitue la pierre angulaire d'un cadre de gestion du risque valable pour toute l’institution. 

The Netherlands Ambassador in Tunisia, Mrs. Rita Rahman

10-déc-2008 - Question: What does your country expect from the Bank after signing this agreement on its contribution to the Partnership Secretariat of "Making finance work for Africa"?