This is also probably a proud moment for AfDB President Dr.
About 2500 people representing multilateral finance institutions, development agencies, the private sector, non-governmental organizations, civil society and the media are taking part. This is the 49th round of meetings.
"We are honored to host this event which has come in during the 20th Commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi and is a testimony of the country's long standing cooperation with the bank,"
The AfDB meetings will also attract several Heads of State, Central Bank Governors, and Finance Ministers from all the 78 member countries of the bank group. Recently Kaberuka was in Luxembourg to welcome that country into the AfDB fold.
A leading talking point is expected to be the role of banks in construction of a new
A Governors' Dialogue organized for Central Bank Governors and Finance Ministers will explore ways and means for realization of
This dialogue will look at the four critical issues that must be addressed to bring sustainable change that meets the aspiration of majority of Africans and their partners which are job creation, regional integration, issues related to conflict and fragility plus strategic policy leadership.
Minister Gatete said AfDB has continued to support
"AfDB is proud to be part of
AfDB has dedicated over
AfDB therefore contributes to sectors of sanitation, transport agriculture, private development and education which seek to ensure that
In this meeting, the bank will again be celebrating its 50th anniversary with a theme "The next 50 year, the
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