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Three decades ago, it was believed that the end of the (first) Cold War would herald the “end of history” and the advent of economic globalization dominated by multinational companies, relegating governments to the sidelines. Today, we appear to be back in a political era, with governments...
Published in January 2024
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Farmers face many challenges, including access to finance, which is often not suited to the cyclical nature of agriculture or to small-scale farming. In response, the Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank offers innovative financial solutions to transform agriculture and ensure the country's...
Published in April 2023
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Does your country or institution wish to promote productive #rural areas that are respectful of nature ? You need a partner who shares the same objectives for those rural areas: ✔Supporting and accompanying your development projects so that they are both productive and ecological...
Published in March 2022
Present in the East Africa region for more than 20 years, AFD has been working with the cities bordering Lake Victoria to improve access to clean water and sanitations for the population. A long term partnership that raised concerns about the preservation of this Ecosystem, sustaining more than...
Published in March 2021
In 2014, the Tanzanian government defined a strategy for the development of the electricity sector. To meet its objectives, AFD operates according to 3 strategic lines of action, with a focus on projects with climate co-benefits: Modernization of the grid and roll-out of regional...
Published in January 2021
Consulted 116 times
AFD Group has been present in Tanzania since 1993 through its subsidiary Proparco. AFD’s actions in Tanzania are now on a growth curve, mostly via sovereign loans in what are several priority sectors for the Tanzanian government, such as water and sanitation, energy, transport, education, and...
Published in June 2018
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Inadequate financing of the agricultural sector remains a major constraint in developing countries. Despite the existence of genuine financial needs of large magnitude, financial institutions face difficulties in serving the clientele in the agricultural sector. As a result, the financing...
Published in July 2012
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