This weekend the World Bank announced a new initiative to remedy the lack of infrastructure in the Middle East and North African Area.
In connection with the annual meeting of the WB and the...
Africa's renewable energy infrastructure could be one topic of conversation at a forum held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Wednesday (October 13th).
The African Development Bank (AfDB) explains its president Donald Kaberuka will...
The Ivory Coast is leading the way in the field of transport and ecology, with its project for buses powered by natural gas.
Transport company Sotra has in fact announced its intention...
Categories: Transport, Energy
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a loan worth $50 million (£31.53 million) which will improve information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure across Africa.
Known as The Other 3 Billion project,...
Information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure in Tunisia may be enhanced in the future to deal with the challenges ahead for the nation's economy.
The World Bank revealed this is just one part of the range of...
The Angolan vice-minister for Transport has just announced the government's intention to develop several railway lines to link the different regions of the country and to connect...
Drinks company Coca-Cola has announced it is to launch a safe drinking water programme in Ghana.
The scheme will cost $1.5 million (£940,000) and it will provide infrastructure to communities throughout the country, Ghana...
Russian president Dmitri Medvedev is currently on an official visit to Algeria with a delegation of businessmen, in order to reinforce cooperation between the two countries.
In 2001, Algeria...
Categories: Water, Energy
The South African government has launched its Renewable Energy Procurement Project.
Acting deputy director-general in the Department of Energy Ompi Aphane said the country has tremendous potential when it comes to...
Last Monday, an American public aid development program, the Millennium Challenge Account (MCA), signed a development agreement for a hydraulic infrastructure construction project in Senegal.
Categories: Water, Transport, Energy
Works have just commenced to renovate the road linking the airport at Kavumu to the town of Bukavu, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, reports the newspaper Le Potentiel.
Financed by a gift from...
The African Development Bank (AfDB), in conjunction with the African Union Commission and the Economic Commission for Africa will be holding the first All-Africa Energy Week (AAEW).
It will run from November 1st to the 5th and...
Uganda will have its national budget augmented by $100 million (£63 million) from the World Bank to improve programmes in the country.
Sector reforms will be directed at wealth, education, water, sanitation and transport...
South Africa wants to attract investors to form a public-private partnership in order to finance a vast solar energy project estimated at over 20.5 billion dollars.
Development projects in Mozambique have been buoyed after the World Bank agreed to give four International Development Association (IDA) credits totalling $143 million (£90 million) to the country.
A number of schemes will...
On Monday, 27 September 2010, the African Development Fund (ADF) approved a grant of 137.43 million dollars to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to finance a priority aviation safety...
The African Development Bank (AfDB) is supporting regional integration in the area by backing a transport scheme.
It has agreed to give a $95.6 million (£60 million) loan to fund the Nacala Corridor Phase II Road project...
China has granted Mali a loan of over 149 million dollars to renovate the Bamako-Ségou road.
The signature of the preferential loan agreement took place on Monday, 27 September 2010, at...
South Africa is trying to improve its energy market by seeking investment in a solar-powered plant.
Energy minister Dipuo Peters has said billions of pounds are required to complete a 5,000-megawatt solar park, the Associated...
The African Development Bank has approved plans to give $18 million (£11.8 million) to aid a transport project in Mali.
It will improve the infrastructure of the Point Y Bridge Woyowayanko in Bamako, with the money...
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