19/12/2016 - L’évaluation indépendante du développement (IDEV) du Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD) a publié un rapport d’une ampleur sans précédent, qui mesure la pertinence, l’efficacité, la durabilité et l’efficience des opérations de la BAD à travers le continent africain lors de la dernière décennie.
07/12/2016 - Participants at the African Economic Conference 2016 in Abuja have identified integrated solutions as key to regional agro-allied industrialization.
Speaking at the “Plenary session 3: Fostering Agro-Allied Industrialization through Regional Value Chains,” they observed that such solutions should digitalize all major interfaces between smallholder farmers and other value chain actors
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02/12/2016 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) Climate Investment Funds (CIF) unit released in November a new study which details regional member countries’ progress in ratifying the Paris Agreement and their efforts to transition Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) into Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). The report found that in many countries, projected contributions will be conditional based upon receipt of climate finance support.
01/12/2016 - “Civil society organizations are essential partners for the African Development Bank (AfDB) to achieve results on the ground, and have positive impact on the lives of project beneficiaries,” said Maria Mulindi, Senior Advisor to AfDB President for Civil society and Community-Based Organizations. She was speaking at the closing ceremony of the AfDB regional consultations meeting with Southern Africa civil society organizations (CSOs) on 30 November 30 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
29/11/2016 - The African Water Facility (AWF) approved a grant of about €2 million to support a multinational transboundary project to prepare a Climate Resilient Water Resources Investment Strategy and Multipurpose Project for the Orange-Senqu River Basin, serving the population of Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and South Africa. The main goal of this project is to promote sustainable socio-economic growth in the basin riparian countries through climate resilient water resources development in the framework of basin wide cooperation led by the Orange Senqu River Basin Commission (ORASECOM). The project will foster enhanced sustainable water resources management of the basin, increased investments based on better planning allowing more multipurpose projects to address the livelihood needs of the communities living in rural and urban areas.
29/11/2016 - At a regional consultation meeting the African Development Bank (AfDB) is organizing with Southern African civil society organizations (CSOs) from November 28 to 30 in Johannesburg, South Africa, the Bank and CSOs outlined their expectations so as to provide a better understanding of their respective roles and strengthen cooperation.
29/11/2016 - During a consultation meeting that opened on November 28 in Johannesburg, South Africa, Southern African civil society organizations (CSOs) commended the African Development Bank (AfDB) for seeking their input for better delivery of its operational priorities.
18/11/2016 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) will organize from 28 to 30 November 2016 a regional consultations meeting with Southern African Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Johannesburg., The meeting will be the third of a series of five regional consultations with African civil society organizations after the ones organized for West Africa in Dakar from 31 August to 2 September 2016, and for Central Africa in Yaoundé from 28-30 September 2016.
17/11/2016 - At the UN’s global climate conference this week, governments and development partners came together to examine the role of financing in shaping some of Africa’s groundbreaking renewables successes such as Morocco’s Noor Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plant.
12/10/2016 - Le Conseil d’administration du Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD) a récemment approuvé l’octroi d’un prêt prioritaire de 570 millions de rands aux partenaires de la société d’investissement immobilier (HIP2), également connue sous le nom de Vulumnyango Trust, pour lui permettre de financer des programmes de logements abordables à travers le pays. Ce prêt aidera les Sud-africains de faibles à moyens revenus – dont les chances d’obtenir des prêts hypothécaires pour logements à coût abordable sont actuellement limitées – d’avoir un meilleur accès à des solutions de financement immobilier sur le long terme.