Cheikh Oumar Seydi, Senegalese and former Regional Director of the sub-Sahara Africa office of the International Finance Corporation has now been appointed as the Africa Director of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Seydi, who hails from Senegal, will now...
President, Africa Development Bank, Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina has called for urgent investment in human capital development where the quantity and quality of human capital is much lower than in other regions of the world. Adesina said in the at the...
Tony Elumelu Foundation, Africa’s leading philanthropy empowering African entrepreneurs, was represented by a delegation at Afrexim Bank’s Intra Africa Trade Fair in Cairo, Egypt where TEFConnect – the largest digital networking platform connecting African entrepreneurs, investors and mentors, was unveiled...
The partnership will bring about future collaboration focused on strengthening small to medium-sized enterprises as well as talent and skills development for Africa’s youth Following the African Development Bank’s approval of €20 million loan for Cape Verde’s to strengthen its...
We are working hard with governments to improve transparency, governance, accountability and project delivery across the continent. Corruption does not invest in the future, it kills the future,” Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank  said at the World Peace...
Executive Vice President, Junior Chamber International, Nigeria, Oluwatoyin Atanda has said that the southwest leadership of the organisation this year will ensure inclusive leadership with members, partners, and stakeholders of Junior Chamber International to bring more opportunities and rewarding...
In effort to solve parts of the Africa’s great challenges, ‘poverty and hunger’, Africans and non-regional donors in Malabo, Guinea Bissau has pledged $17 million to replenish the Africa Solidarity Trust Fund. The pledges were made at a high-level donor...
Nigeria, Africa, Kenya, Chad had received Rotary International’s US$100 Million to fight polio, a vaccine-preventable disease that once paralysed hundreds of thousands of children each year in the world. Other countries that got the fund include Democratic Republic of the...
Despite Africa’s economic growth that remained stable in 2019 at 3.4 percent, Africa Development Bank has said that the continent will be on course to pick up to 3.9 percent in 2020 and 4.1 percent in 2021. This was reported...
Ahead of its maiden African Investment Forum next month, the African Development Bank  continues to see another year of sustained indicators, underlined by a stellar Triple A rating by all three major agencies and sharply increased earnings. The inaugural Forum...
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