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.
The funds are designed as budget support within the framework of the Bank Group’s COVID-19 Crisis Response Facility.
The African Development Bank on Thursday approved a concessional loan of $97.675 million to Rwanda to strengthen its national budget as it works to mitigate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The funding will take the form of an African Development Fund loan, which the Bank is providing the under its COVID-19 Response Facility.
The African Development Bank today approved grants worth $25.1 million to Somalia to bolster the national budget for government efforts to mitigate national and regional impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The funding, comprised a $10.04 million grant from Pillar 1 of the Bank’s Transition Support Facility and a $15.06 million grant from the Regional Operations Envelope, comes under the umbrella of the Bank’s COVID-19 Response Facility.
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.
The funding will take the form of an African Development Fund grant for $4.12 million and a $37.04 million grant from the Bank’s Regional Operations Envelope. The Bank is providing the funding under its COVID-19 Response Facility.
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.
Funds from the African Development Bank’s ongoing Science and Technology Development Project have been committed towards two research projects to mitigate the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Angola.
Public health, the wellbeing of refugees and the host communities in the Sahel are at the heart of the latest tripartite agreement between the African Development Bank (AfDB), UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency and the G5 Sahel signed today. The agreement enables a critical $20 million COVID-19 response across the five countries of the Sahel region.
Le Conseil administration de la Banque africaine de développement a approuvé, mercredi 22 juillet à Abidjan, un appui budgétaire de 284,8 millions de dollars américains pour soutenir les efforts des pays du G5 Sahel (Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritanie, Niger, Tchad) dans la mise en œuvre de leurs plans de riposte à la pandémie de Covid-19 et de relance économique.
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved a loan of approximately R5 billion ($288 million) to the government of South Africa, as the country battles one of the largest COVID-19 caseloads in the world.
South Africa confirmed its first case of COVID-19 on 5 March 2020 and is currently the most affected in Africa, and among the top five in the world in terms of confirmed cases (381,798 as at 22 July, with 5,368 deaths).
Le Conseil administration de la Banque africaine de développement a approuvé, vendredi 24 juillet, à Abidjan, un soutien budgétaire de 14,28 millions de dollars américains à la République centrafricaine pour financer son Programme d’appui en réponse à la pandémie de Covid-19 (PABRC-RCA).
L’aide financière de la Banque se compose d’un don de 6,12 millions de dollars provenant du Fonds africain de développement et d’un autre don de 8,16 millions de dollars, issu du Fonds d’assistance technique.