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African Development Bank Group 15h
“If we can ensure equal access to resources, women will unleash their proven competence, creativity, reliability - they can contribute to the sustainable growth of the continent.” - Bank Director , in the latest Digest.
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African Development Bank Group 16h
TRIBUTE: Prime Minister Amadou Gon Coulibaly by , African Development Bank President
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African Development Bank Group 19h
to receive $480,000 emergency relief grant from the African Development Bank to support the country’s national response plan. The funds will be used to procure PPE for health workers to use in ICUs & during treatment of infected persons.
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European Investment Bank Jul 10
🇪🇺🇧🇮Harnessing will ↗️access to electricity in ➡️Jiji Mulembwe benefited from , , & EIB support. Promoting is a key priority for & our international partners
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African Development Bank Group 22h
African countries that are tourist dependent and oil exporters are expected to be hardest hit by , Bank Director tells , adding that the economic impact of the pandemic will vary significantly across the continent.
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African Development Bank Group Jul 9
African Development Bank VP Charles Lufumpa explains how African countries can deal with , reopen their economies and accelerate recovery.
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African Development Bank Group Jul 9
Replying to @AfDB_Group
The African Development Bank-funded Lower Usuthu Smallholder Irrigation Development Project (LUSIP) also provided local farmers with training on environmentally responsible farming techniques. 2/2 ▶️
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African Development Bank Group Jul 9
Crops in sprout beyond belief thanks to the installation of a new pipelines network, sprinkler systems and a reservoir which irrigates an estimated 11,000 hectares of land in the Lower Usuthu River Basin. 1/2
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African Development Bank Group Jul 9
Happy Independence Day, ! 🇸🇸
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Replying to @AfDB_Group
Download the full Regional Economic Outlook 2020 report here:
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Replying to @AfDB_Group
The contribution of agriculture in the region’s GDP went down from an av. of 33.4% at the turn of the millennium to 28.3% in 2018. This was against an increase in the contribution of services to GDP from 44.6% in the early 2000s to 53.8% in 2018.
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
The African Development Bank’s Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa initiative, in collab with & , invite you to a discussion on empowering women entrepreneurs in the fight against . REGISTER:
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Replying to @Itz_paulyshenke
Please visit the CAREERS page on our website for all current vacancies.
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Incomes of rural producers & traders in parts of have increased threefold, rising from an average $41 in 2012 to $133 in 2017.​ It is partly thanks to an African Development Bank-funded project to enhance market infrastructure & rural finance.
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Making Finance Work for Africa, the London Institute of Banking & Finance and partners invite you to a webinar exploring effective management of financial institutions during the crisis. REGISTER:
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
East Africa remains the fastest growing region in , despite -related shocks. More in the East Africa Regional Economic Outlook 2020 report, now available for download: English: French:
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Replying to @CsChelugui
Stats show that after every global crisis, youth are hardest hit & take up to 10 years to as the number joining the labour market + competition for few opportunities increases. There is now fear of having a generation that may struggle to find jobs. -
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Replying to @CsChelugui
"Kenyan government introduced measures to contain , including cessation of movements in and out of some high-risk areas, curfew, travel restrictions...These measures have significantly contained the spread, but have also led to unintended job losses." -
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Replying to @CsChelugui
"In the East African region, has brought disruptions of fiscal expenditure plans, revenue mobilization, supply chains & international market demands, hence dampening the growth projection..." - , Kenya Cabinet Secretary for Labour, Social Security & Services
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African Development Bank Group Jul 8
Replying to @NnennaNwabufo
" will likely reverse advancements made in education across the region, with possible longer-term human capital implications. An estimated 90 mil learners are currently at home, yet most countries are not adequately equipped to conduct virtual learning." -
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