The African Development Bank (AfDB) recently presented a comprehensive study in Cairo, Egypt, on how North African countries can unleash hidden reserves to promote women's economic empowerment across the region. The Bank also recently approved 2nd Tranche of a U.S.$ 500 Million budget support loan to Egypt. More about the AfDB in this BRIEFING.
AfDB Showcases Opportunities for Women's Economic Empowerment At Conference in Cairo
African Development Bank, 15 December 2016
AfDB presents a comprehensive study on how North African countries can unleash hidden reserves to promote women's economic empowerment across the region Read more »
African Development Bank Approves U.S.$ 500 Million 2nd Tranche of Budget Support Loan to Egypt
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB), has approved a loan of US$ 500 million to finance Egypt's economic governance and energy support program phase II.… Read more »
$500 million loan agreement signed in Cairo in 2015 by the Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation, Sahar Nasr, and the AfDB Vice-President for Agriculture, Water, Human Development, Governance and Natural Resources, Aly Abou-Sabaa, in the presence of the Prime Minister of Egypt, Sherif Ismail.
The African Development Bank (AfDB)'s High 5 priorities perfectly meet the challenges facing North Africa to ensure a more inclusive development as highlighted by the social ... Read more »
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