Les Assemblées annuelles 2019 du Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement se tiendront du 11 au 14 juin 2019 à Malabo, en République de Guinée équatoriale. En savoir plus


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08/01/2019 - The African Development Bank Group, through its Trade Finance operations, has approved a US$14.12 million facility to support the Federal Republic of Nigeria’s membership in the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI). This is a critical and mandatory step to enable ATI commence its operations in Nigeria. Nigeria, as Africa’s largest economy, joins 14 other African countries that have already signed up to ATI membership.

Catégories: Nigéria, Infrastructures, Programme pour le financement du commerce

19/12/2018 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund (ADF), the concessional window of the African Development Bank Group, approved on 14 December 2018, credit risk participations by the Private Sector Credit Enhancement Facility (PSF) in seven loans cumulatively valued at US$149 million.

Catégories: Secteur privé

18/12/2018 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved a US$7.5 million equity investment in Africa Tech Ventures (ATV) to boost operations of highly scalable companies that use technology to innovate in key sectors such as consumer goods, corporate services, education, logistics, energy, fintech, agriculture or healthcare.

Catégories: Agriculture et agro-industries, Energie, Santé

23/10/2018 - The Board of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) has approved funding for three proposals from the African Development Bank totaling over US$110 million. The approvals were granted at the GCF’s 21st Board Meeting held October 17 – 20 2018 in Manama, Bahrain. Overall, the GCF Board, which was co-chaired by Paul Oquist from Nicaragua, and Ambassador Lennart Båge from Sweden, considered 20 funding proposals requesting approximately US$1.2 billion.

Catégories: Changement climatique, Environnement, Fonds vert pour le climat

19/04/2018 - Un protocole d’accord destiné à renforcer la collaboration en matière de développement économique durable a été signé le 18 avril par la Banque asiatique d’investissement pour les infrastructures (BAII) et la Banque africaine de développement (BAD), et officialisé au cours des Réunions de printemps du Fonds monétaire international et du Groupe de la Banque mondiale, qui se sont déroulées à Washington, DC.

Catégories: Partenariats

16/04/2018 - Lagos State, Nigeria’s largest healthcare market, lacks an adequate supply of quality secondary and tertiary healthcare facilities with only about 700 to 1,000 quality beds for a population of over 21 million people.

Catégories: Nigéria, Santé, Secteur privé, Industrialization

06/04/2018 - Donors to the Fund for African Private Sector Assistance (FAPA) – consisting of the African Development Bank, the Government of Japan and the Government of Austria – have approved three catalytic projects totaling US $2,480,000 to stimulate the growth of Africa’s small and medium enterprises.

Catégories: Développement du capital humain, Secteur privé, Emploi, Partenariats, Initiative de l'assistance renforcée au secteur privé (EPSA), Le Fonds d’assistance au secteur privé africain

05/04/2018 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved a US $50-million unfunded Risk Participation Agreement for Commerzbank AG (Commerzbank). The Risk Participation will leverage Commerzbank support to African issuing banks seeking to expand their trade finance operations.

19/03/2018 - The Board of the African Development Bank Group has approved a loan of US $30 million to support the establishment of Rwanda Innovation Fund (RIF). The main objective of the project is to promote innovation economy in Rwanda and the East African Community (EAC) region. The resource will be used to establish an investment vehicle focused on funding Tech-Enabled Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) and to develop the country’s entrepreneurial/innovation ecosystem capacity.

Catégories: Rwanda, Gouvernance économique et financière, Industrialization

07/03/2018 - Réunis, fin février 2018, à Songdo, en Corée du Sud, les membres du Fonds vert pour le climat (FVC) ont approuvé la première proposition de financement de la Banque africaine de développement en faveur du programme de la Zambie pour financer les énergies renouvelables. Le FVC a ainsi décidé d'y octroyer un prêt de 50 millions de dollars américains outre une subvention de 2,5 millions de dollars.

Catégories: Zambie, Changement climatique, Energie, Environnement, Fonds vert pour le climat

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