Le président Adesina nomme l’ancien ministre sénégalais Amadou Hott envoyé spécial pour l’Alliance pour l’infrastructure verte en Afrique

African Development Bank Group President appoints Senegal’s former Minister Amadou Hott as Special Envoy for the Alliance for Green Infrastructure in Africa

African Development Bank Group President Dr. Akinwumi Adesina has appointed Senegal’s former minister Amadou Hott, as his Special Envoy and global champion for the Alliance for Green Infrastructure in Africa (AGIA).

African Development Bank Works with ISA to Bring Solar to the Sahel


UN Climate Change News, 14 March 2017 – The African Development Bank is working closely with the International Solar Alliance (ISA) to scale up solar energy in Africa, with a focus on developing 10,000 MW of solar power systems across the Sahel.

The African Development Bank’s Desert to Power solar initiative supported by the Solar Alliance aims to provide electricity to 250 million people, with 90 million of these being on off-grid systems.

IMF Staff Concludes a Staff-Level Agreement with Senegal Under the Policy Coordination Instrument

  • The new program aims to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth driven by the private sector.
  • The medium-term economic outlook remains favourable.
  • The government intends to maintain the budget deficit target at 3% in 2019 and beyond, while ensuring the settlement of its outstanding obligations to the private sector.

An International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team, led by Ms.

African Development Bank


The African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org) is pleased to announce  the nomination of Professor Anthony Nyong, Director for Climate Change and Green Growth, as one of the ‘100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy 2019’ by Apolitical, a peer-to-peer learning platform for governments.

Nyong, a pioneering and globally recognized climate change expert, was named among the top 20 on the prestigious listing announced Wednesday in London.