- Financing the low-carbon energy transition
- Reinventing cities
- Diversifying the economy and modernizing public services
- Boosting agriculture, including at the regional level
- Promoting resilience in the Northeast
Financing the low-carbon energy transition
Diversifying the economy and modernizing public services
Boosting agriculture, including at the regional level
Promoting resilience in the Northeast
Nigeria is the driving force in West Africa and more generally of the African continent. It is the most populous country in Africa and the continent’s leading economy. The country is faced with a wide disparity in wealth, territorial imbalances and weaknesses in governance. AFD focuses on the diversification of the country’s economy, the low-carbon energy transition and sustainable and productive agricultural activity to ensure food security. Since 2018, AFD has been operating in new sectors: governance, higher education, sanitation, cultural and creative industries, digital technologies and sport.
Thanks to AFD’s contribution, 2 million people benefit from easier access to drinking water. Building on its regional base, the AFD agency in Abuja finances the agricultural development activities of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) for the benefit of Nigeria and its neighboring countries.
AFD's Nigeria office is directly attached to the Guf of Guinea regional office in Abidjan.