Costing 308 million euros, 20% of which (58 million euros) were provided by AfDB, the project embodies the proven expertise of the Bank in the field of infrastructure. And this is not only in Côte d'Ivoire, as the Bank President highlighted. "Through interventions of this type here in Côte d'Ivoire, in Senegal, Nigeria and other African countries, AfDB has built up experience that now enables us to overcome these challenges.
The HKB Bridge Is a Symbol of a Booming Côte d'Ivoire and of "Africa Rising", Says Kaberuka
African Development Bank, 17 December 2014
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Inauguration du pont Henri Konan Bédié (HKB).
The Henri Konan Bédié Bridge - An Architectural Jewel to Speed Up Urban Mobility in Abidjan
African Development Bank, 15 December 2014
The Henri Konan Bédié (HKB) Bridge in Abidjan is a real architectural jewel and one of the symbols of the urban mobility being embraced by many large cities in… Read more »
The Henri Konan Bédié Bridge, a Masterpiece in the Heart of Abidjan
An architectural gem, Abidjan's Henri Konan Bédié (HKB) Bridge is worthy of the most modern of megacities. Officially opened on December 16, 2014, it is an embodiment… Read more »
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