Video: The Bank’s mandate to “improve the quality of life in


One pillar in the African Development Bank’s current 5-tiered roadmap is the goal of “improving the quality of life for Africans.” This pillar lays the foundation that guides the other four pillars.

Video: “This is no ordinary time and this calls for no ordin

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Video: Keeping economies stimulated is the main Bank’s goal

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The COVID-19 pandemic can be described as a health and economic crisis with spillover effects on other areas such as trade and agriculture.

Video: VP Solomon Quaynor on how the “High 5s” remain releva

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Video: VP Kariuki explains how AfDB supports countries in fa

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“Climate business is simply and profoundly good business,” Vice President Kevin Kariuki says in an interview leading to the 2020 Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank.

Video: AfDB Vice President of Human and Social Development o

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Video: AfDB Private Sector VP on country needs for better ec

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Solomon Quaynor, the Vice President of Private Sector, Infrastructure and Industrialization at the African Development Bank, says during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, private sector enterprises must receive immediate support from financiers before it is too late.

Video: An unprecedented pandemic requires unprecedented supp

19-juin-2020 - The Covid-19 pandemic is poised to have widespread impacts on African economies, with experts estimating that the continent could see an average 1 to 3 percent drop in GDP.

Video: Women at the forefront of aid to countries during COV

Across the development and medical community, experts have acknowledged the disproportionate impact COVID-19 has had on women. Many in Africa work in agriculture and the informal sector, both industries facing massive stagnation from closed businesses and closed borders.

African Development Fund approves UA100.4 million multi-coun

The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund (ADF) on Wednesday approved a UA100.4 million (about $138 million) crisis budget support package to four southern African countries – Malawi, Madagascar, Mozambique and São Tomé & Príncipe, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Uganda: African Development Fund approves $31.6 million loan

The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund today approved a $31.6 million COVID-19 Crisis Response Support Program (CRSP) to Uganda to support the government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Djibouti: African Development Fund commits $41.16 million in

The African Development Bank on Friday approved grants worth about $41.16 million to Djibouti to bolster the national budget in support of government efforts to mitigate national and regional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.