The overarching objective of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group is to spur sustainable economic development and social progress in its regional member countries (RMCs), thus contributing to poverty reduction.
The Bank Group achieves this objective by: mobilizing and allocating resources for investment in RMCs; and providing policy advice and technical assistance to support development efforts.
The African Development Bank’s Strategy for 2013–2022 reflects the aspirations of the entire Africancontinent. It is firmly rooted in a deep understanding and experience of how far Africa has come inthe last decade, and where it wishes to go to in the next
The evolution of the representation of the Ivorian employers went hand in hand with the economic development of Côte d'Ivoire.
Thus, the largely informal association of enterprises of the years sixty to eighty, of an economically emerging Ivory Coast, has succeeded today, the General Confederation of Ivory Coast companies (CGECI).
The CGECI was born in 2005 from the restructuring of the National Ivorian employers Council (NFC).
The NFC, created on December 4, 1993, in accordance with title II of Act No. 64-290 August 1, 1964, concerning the Labour Code, has been officially registered by the Mayor of the city of Abidjan under receipt no. 012/MVA/SG1/94 of 30 June 1994.
- Uphold freedom of enterprise and the market economy;
- Ensure the necessary cohesion of members;
- Issue its opinion on economic and social questions;
- Strengthen social dialogue with the social partners, the State and the development partners;
- Represent and defend the companies as well as adherent organizations professional members of the GECCI ' among the public authorities and joint national regional and international;
- Its members all support and services to increase overall effectiveness;
- Communicate any information intended to promote and develop the private sector
Regional Energy Co-operation Summit
25-27 January 2017, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
The Regional Energy Co-operation Summit will take place alongside the Talent Agenda Series Conference at the Sofitel Hotel in Abidjan.
The Regional Energy Co-operation Summit will provide a platform for investor insights on the potential for regional collaboration within West Africa’s power sector. The agenda will focus on the country's electricity landscape following the division of the energy and power ministries, the critical issues facing the government and investors, and the future project pipeline which is rapidly growing under the leadership of the Minister for Power.
Energy, infrastructure and finance will form the cornerstones of the discussions. Cross-border cooperation in West Africa is crucial to develop mechanisms that facilitate trade and power exchange among States. Sessions will address cross-border co-operation and regional integration, unlocking West Africa’s investments in energy and infrastructure to support industrialisation.
This meeting has the full support of the Ministry of Power of the Republic of Ghana, GRIDCo, Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG), and the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) as well as the West African Power Pool (WAPP) and ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERERA).
African Business Magazine is part of IC Publications. The award winning African Business monthly magazine is the biggest-selling, ABC-audited, English language Pan- African business publication. Read by decision makers, business leaders and policy shapers alike, led by a highly experienced editorial team, the magazine has a reputation of exposing the African narrative from an African perspective With special monthly reports, which offer invaluable expertise to organisations, as they profile a wide range of sectors and industries including transport, energy, mining, construction, aviation and agriculture, African Business is the ultimate guide to making Africa your business.
Find out more here: https://africanbusinessmagazine.com/
Keep reading to find out about their other publications:
For over 45 years New African provides unparalleled insights and analysis on African politics and economics, via an African perspective. With our in-depth monthly reports, New African brings Africa closer to the world and is ideal reading for those looking to gain a better understanding of the most important issues affecting Africa.New African Woman
Established in 2009, New African Woman has been covering stories that empower, inspire, and celebrate the African woman’s diverse accomplishment in all spheres. It is a colourful lifestyle magazine dedicated to providing in-depth coverage of fashion and beauty, health and wellbeing, parenting and family, and much more
IC Events has established itself as one of the leading organisers of African business, economic and political events. From small workshops to large awards ceremonies, our events are recognised as some of the premier fixtures on the international calendar, and provide an excellent opportunity to network with the current decision makers and leaders from around the world.
IC Publications is one of the world’s leading sources of analysis and debate on African political and economic issues. Using a variety of platforms and services including magazines, electronic media and international events, we deliver unparalleled coverage on the latest developments in Africa.
Our Group is one of the world’s leading sources of analysis and debate on African political and economic issues. Using a variety of platforms and services including; magazines, digital media, newsletters and international events, we deliver unparalleled coverage on the latest developments in the region.
Our reputation for providing timely and relevant information makes us the automatic first choice for Africa's political and business leaders, but our scope goes much further: through our publications and events we reach over 2.6 million loyal readers in more than 100 countries, making the Group one of the world's largest specialist publishers on the continent.
The Group is truly international with headquarters in London and Paris and affiliate offices in major cities in Africa. There are 21 nationalities and eight international mainstream languages are spoken fluently by our staff.
Education Africa is a non-profit organisation with a proud track record of successful delivery on its thriving projects.
Established in 1992, Education Africa strives to reach and uplift the poorest of the poor. We aim to assist disadvantaged South Africans in their quest to obtain a quality, relevant education in order to ensure that they are in a position to become global citizens and a competitive, productive element in the local job market.
Education Africa’s head office is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The team is headed by James Urdang, who is both the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Education Africa, Roy Shough, the Chief Operating Officer, and Linda Gould, the Operations Director. Known for their ability to “make things happen” and for their tireless commitment to the task at hand, they are an inspiration to those who work with them and know them.
Education Africa has registered self-sustainable offices in the USA, in the UK and in Austria. Their purpose is to assist Education Africa South Africa in achieving its mission.
Education Africa delivers economy-focused education while assisting those most in need with opportunities to improve their access to relevant education, thus enabling them to participate fully in the global economy. With the continued help and support of our dedicated volunteers and sponsors, we can continue to fulfil our mission statement: to deliver relevant, quality education to the poorest of the poor.
This website is a testament as to how far we have come. Through our belief in strong partnerships and the invaluable support of our immense volunteer base, we are proud and grateful to have instigated massive and enriching changes in the lives of so many people