The supply of fertiliser has over the years, defied all logics, largely due to lack of adequate local production capacity, insincerity of government and activities of middlemen, which had worsened the miseries of farmers.
Experts at the African Development Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) have called for urgent mobilisation of climate financing for Africa to achieve sustainable growth.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has reiterated its commitment to boosting wheat production locally by supporting farmers with inputs, technical know-how and off-taking arrangement with the Flour Millers Association of Nigeria (FMAN).
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group have sealed a $460,000 agreement for a grant on market surveillance system project.
Determined to modernise Nigeria’s capital markets and ensure that it is well positioned to support economic transformation driven by private sector investment, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the African Development Bank Group have signed an agreement for a grant on market surveillance system project.
Publish What You Fund, the global Campaign for Aid and Development Transparency, has named the African Development Bank (AfDB) the most transparent organisation in the world.
The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund (ADF) has approved a technical assistance grant of $2 million to fund research that will contribute to electricity reforms across members ..
The African Development Bank (AfDB) is seeking $200 million from Germany and other members of G-7 countries to “urgently” address food crisis in the continent.
Africa must wean itself off dependence on food and medicine imports, the president of the African Development Bank (AfDB) said in Kigali, on the sidelines of a meeting of Commonwealth leaders.
Concerted warnings by some multilateral organisations on the ominous food crisis in Africa and other developing countries are genuine and should not be unduly politicised or undermined as the signs of a food crisis...
The COVID-19 pandemic, with its several waves since its outbreak in early 2020, has been a key factor in slowing progress toward universal energy access. Globally, 733 million people still have no access to electricity, and 2.4 billion people yet cook using fuels detrimental to their health and the environment.
It was exactly 16 hours (GMT) on Friday, and the main hall of Accra International Conference Centre exprienced momentary pin-drop silence.