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UN ready to support implementation of agreement between Rwanda Uganda
August 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Maniraguha Ferdinand

Heads of states after signing the agreement

Heads of states after signing the agreement

UN has vowed to do whatever it takes to support the normalization of relations between Uganda and Rwanda after months of hostilities.

This comes two days after the signing of Memorandum of Understanding between Rwanda and Uganda.

The agreements were signed on 21st August in Luanda, Angola in front of  Presidents João Lourenço of Angola and Felix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Denis Sassou Nguesso of Republic of Congo.

Rwanda and Uganda have been in stand off since around 2016, with Rwanda accusing its neighbor of supporting anti-Rwanda rebels, inhumane treatment of its nationals on Ugandan territory.

Uganda blames Rwanda on closing Gatuna border which had a negative impact on movements of goods and persons. It also alleges Rwanda send spies on its territory though it has never been communicated publicly.

On Friday, 23 August, 2019 UN released a statement commending the move taken by Rwanda and Uganda.

Stephane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General said that the Secretary-General  has welcomed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the aim of normalizing bilateral relations between the two countries.

UN says agreement should be implemented in the interest of peace and stability in the region.

“He (Secretary General) encourages the parties to implement the agreement in good faith, with a view to restoring friendly relations and cooperation between the two neighbouring states, in the interest of peace, stability and sustainable development in the region”, the statement reads

UN statement went on emphasizing that the New York   based body stands ready to support the implementation of the agreement.

“The Secretary-General stands ready to support the momentum generated through this and other initiatives to advance peace, cooperation and integration in the region”, it adds

The pact that was signed says that agreement enter  into force immediately upon signature.

Inside the agreement, both parties have agreed to respect the sovereignty of each other’s and of neighboring countries,  refrain from conducive to destabilization or subversion in the territory of other party and neighboring countries thereby eliminating all factors that may create such perception as well as that of acts such as financing, training and infiltration of destabilizing forces.

The agreement also  urges both party  to resume as soon as possible the cross border activities including the movement of persons and goods.

However till Friday morning no sign of the implementation of agreement was to be seen as movement of goods and people on Gatuna border is still low.

Besides,  one day after the agreement was signed, Uganda restricted access of some of Rwanda news website that are taught to be pro government.

In March this year Rwanda sent an advisory note to its people urging them not to cross to Uganda.

On Thursday  State Minister in charge of foreign affairs, Olivier Nduhungirehe told local media that the advisory is still relevant as Rwandan nationals who were arrested in Uganda are yet to be  freed.

 

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Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi holds talks with Vladimir Putin in Russia
August 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Arnaldo Cuamba

Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with the Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi, who is in Russia on an official visit since Tuesday until friday. The leaders discussed issues related to the further development of Russian-Mozambican cooperation in various areas, as well as current international and regional issues, according to a press release seen by Pan African Visions.

Following the talks, Putin and Nyusi witnessed the exchange of documents signed during the a meeting at the Kremlin, Moscow.

The list of signed documents includes an intergovernmental agreement on mutual protection of classified information and an agreement on cooperation between the interior ministries of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Mozambique; as well as documents related to technical cooperation in geology and minerals’ extraction, as well as cooperation between Rosneft, the Mozambican National Institute of Oil and the Mozambican National Hydrocarbons Company, including on the development of natural gas deposits on the shelf of Mozambique. Inter RAO-Export and EdM (Mozambique) also signed a memorandum of understanding in power generation.

Putin told Nyusi that its government is ready to develop relations between both countries in all areas. “I am sure that your visit, Mr President, will give a boost to the ties between our countries” he said adding that “we are very happy to see you”

On April when Mozambique was severely affected by destructive Cyclone Idai, Russia has delivered 30 tonnes of humanitarian aid, following the the country appeal to the international community for help.

On Tuesday Nyusi thanked Putin for the help.

“I would also like to thank you for the material and moral support you have been providing us” Nyusi said, “We would like to thank all Russian people for this”

On wedsneday Russia has pardoned 95% of Mozambique’s debt, according to an announcement made by the President of the Republic, Filipe Nyusi at a meeting with Russian and Mozambican businesspeople.

Nyusi’s visit is the first by a Mozambican head of state to Russia since the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in 1991. The last Mozambican statesman to visit Moscow was Joaquim Chissano, in 1987.

 

 

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Arsenal and WorldRemit launch second edition of Future Stars
August 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
Two community football coaches, one male and one female, will attend an exclusive training programme with Arsenal Football Development coaches in London

LONDON, United Kingdom, August 22, 2019/ — Arsenal and online money transfer service, WorldRemit (https://www.WorldRemit.com), are offering one male and one female football coach from Africa or the Americas the chance to attend an exclusive training programme with Arsenal Football Development coaches in London.

Now in its second edition, the “Future Stars” programme was developed by WorldRemit and Arsenal to celebrate the positive impact that grassroots youth football coaches have on their communities, helping the children they train to develop life skills both on and off the pitch.

Future Stars is free to apply for and open to youth team (under 16s) coaches from across Africa and the Americas. WorldRemit will sponsor two winners, one male and one female, to fly to London for a personalised coaching programme with Arsenal Football Development coaches. Through the programme, 20 shortlisted coaches will be rewarded with Arsenal shirts for their youth squad.

Apply now

Entries are now open on https://www.FutureStars.WorldRemit.com/ or via a chatbot on the WorldRemit Facebook page (http://bit.ly/2ZeBf5O) until 4 September. To enter, coaches simply need to complete a short application form explaining why they deserve to be granted this unique training opportunity and how they would use it to build a lasting legacy of positive change through football.

How it works

1. From the online applications, 20 coaches will be shortlisted to receive Arsenal youth shirts for their team. Applicants will be assessed against the following criteria by a panel of judges including Catherine Wines, Co-Founder at WorldRemit; Simon McManus, Head Coach at Arsenal Football Development; and Marc Thorogood, Business Manager at Arsenal Football Development.

Selection criteria:

  • The commitment of the coach to improving the lives of their community
  • The impact the coach has had on young people within their community
  • The strength of the coach’s proposal to pass on their training on their return home

2. From the shortlist of 20, the judging panel will select eight coaches as finalists – four male and four female.

3. The eight finalists’ stories will be shared on https://www.FutureStars.WorldRemit.com/ and the winners will be chosen based on a public vote on the website.

Andrew Stewart, Managing Director for the Middle East and Africa at WorldRemit, said: “Our customers work hard every day to send money home to support their communities. Inspired by them, we developed the Future Stars programme with Arsenal to shine a spotlight on youth community coaches who use their passion for football to build a better future for others.

“The standard of applications for last year’s programme exceeded our expectations. We’re excited to build on this success and celebrate the incredible contributions of male and female coaches from across Africa and the Americas.”

Simon McManus, Head Coach at Arsenal Football Development said: “Community engagement has always been at the heart of everything we do and we continue to work hard to promote greater levels of participation in sport, both in north London and around the world.”

“The Future Stars programme is all about recognising youth coaches across Africa and the Americas who bring communities together and are changing lives through football. We are looking forward to celebrating them and welcoming the two winning coaches to train with us at the Emirates!”

Last year’s Future Stars winner was Hamisi Mohamed from Young Talents Soccer Academy. Hamisi founded Young Talents, a mixed academy outside Nairobi, Kenya, to bring young members of his community together and help them avoid falling into tribalism, drug abuse and crime.

Hamisi said: “Training with Arsenal Football Development was the opportunity of a lifetime. For my own coaching, it was amazing to hear about the Arsenal coaching philosophy and how it can bring teams of all levels together. The exchange of ideas and practices is beneficial for both sides and leads to a higher standard of football at a grassroots level. Good luck to this year’s Future Stars!”

 

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African Energy Chamber to Conduct Working Visit in Beijing and Discuss Energy Deals with Chinese Investors
August 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Kagame and Museveni agree to end hostilities
August 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Maniraguha Ferdinand

President Museveni (left) shaking hands with Kagame (right) after signing while João Lourenço looks on

President Museveni (left) shaking hands with Kagame (right) after signing while João Lourenço looks on

 

President of Rwanda Paul Kagame and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda has come to the agreement after signing memorandum of understanding to end years of hostilities between the two countries.

The agreement was signed this Wednesday in Luanda the capital city of Angola before the host president João Lourenço; Félix Tshisekedi of Democratic Republic of Congo and Denis Sassou Nguesso of Republic of Congo.

Inside the agreement, both parties have agreed to respect the sovereignty of each other’s and of neighboring countries,  refrain from conducive to destabilization or subversion in the territory of other party and neighboring countries thereby eliminating all factors that may create such perception as well as that of acts such as financing, training and infiltration of destabilizing forces.

Rwanda has been accusing Rwanda of imprisoning, torturing Rwandans living in Uganda without giving them justice. It also accuses Uganda of supporting groups that aim at destabilizing Rwanda.

Uganda has accused Rwanda of sending spies on its territory.

Both countries have agreed to protect and respect the rights and freedoms of nationals of the other party.

Since March this year, Rwanda had advised its nationals to avoid crossing to Uganda, over ill treatment they may get if they enter. The busy Gatuna border was also closed on Rwanda side, thus bothering the movement of goods and persons.

The Agreement signed today urges both party  to resume as soon as possible the cross border activities including the movement of persons and goods.

 

After signing, President Kagame promised to act accordingly with the agreement, and he said it is not difficult to do so.

“I think it is not very difficult to address many of the problems we have had, it may take a bit of time to understand each other but I think we have come a long way”, said Kagame adding that “I see no problem in Rwanda working with President Lourenço, President Tshisekedi and more specifically with President Museveni to address what we have agreed to address.”

Kagame emphasized that  “when you have an open border, you have goods and people. When you create a problem for people to move across the border from one side to another, then you have closed the border to people and goods.”

For Kagame, respecting the agreement means respecting mediators who brought both countries together.

“We are not going to be found wanting in not only respecting the communique, but also our brothers who have brought us together to reach this understanding”, he added

President Museveni noted that even the problem was in the line of being resolved however the agreement comes as reinforcement.

“I was already in touch with President Kagame through our own channels, but this came as a reinforcement. We are just re-affirming what we have always held as principles of the African Union”.

The pact that was signed says that agreement enter  into force immediately upon signature.

 

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German Expertise is Behind West Africa’s First LNG Storage and Regasification Plant
August 20, 2019 | 0 Comments
Sebastian Wagner, founder at the Germany-Africa Business Forum (GABF)

Sebastian Wagner, founder at the Germany-Africa Business Forum (GABF)

The Akonikien plant will be receiving LNG and distribute it to various industries on the mainland, such as power and cement

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, August 20, 2019/ — German companies ESC Engineers and Noordtec worked closely with Equatoguinean contractor Elite Construcciones on the design, development and construction of the Akonikien LNG project in Equatorial Guinea. The 14,000 cubic metres storage and regasification plant was inaugurated this week by H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons, and is the first such facility in West Africa.

The project is part of Equatorial Guinea’s LNG2AFRICA initiative that seeks to develop small-scale LNG projects to supply African gas to African countries and regions with limited infrastructure. The Akonikien plant will be receiving LNG and distribute it to various industries on the mainland, such as power and cement.

“German companies have once again demonstrated their ability to bring valuable technical expertise and technology to meet Africa’s growing and complex energy needs,” declared Sebastian Wagner, founder at the Germany-Africa Business Forum (GABF). “More importantly, this project was realized in cooperation with German SMEs, showing the increasing number of private German companies able to work in collaboration with African entities on key energy project. Germany has developed a strong expertise in gas, power and renewables, which have all become central to the African energy agenda.”

Last month and in order to support the growing energy cooperation between Germany and Africa, the GABF launched a multi-million Euro funding commitment to invest in German energy startups that focus on Africa. The funding commitment, which pledges funds to German startups with exposure to African energy projects, is the first such intra-regional initiative. It goes in line with Germany’s renewed focus on Africa, with the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) providing new stimulus to cooperation with the continent through the Marshall Plan with Africa.

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AFRICOM, Ghana Armed Forces Commence Africa Endeavor 2019
August 19, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Angola’s Path Forward for Security and Economic Development: Weapons Management and Humanitarian Demining
August 19, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Zimbabwe president assures of his country’s ratification of the protocol on establishment of the African court
August 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Wallace Mawire

Zimbabwe's President Mnangawa greets a Judge of the Court Justice Hon Justice Tujilane Rose Chizumila after receiving a plaque from the Court's President Hon Justice Sylvain Oré (m).

Zimbabwe’s President Mnangawa greets a Judge of the Court
Justice Hon Justice Tujilane Rose Chizumila after receiving a plaque
from the Court’s President Hon Justice Sylvain Oré (m).

The President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, H.E Emmerson Mnangagwa, has given assurance that Harare will ratify the Protocol establishing the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights.

He gave the assurance when receiving a delegation of the African Court led by its President, Hon Justice Sylvain Oré, and which included Judge Hon Justice Tujilane Rose Chizumila and senior Registry officials, at State House in Harare.

‘’We will act…we do not want to be left behind,’’ he stated, adding that Zimbabwe strongly cherishes and values Pan Africanism and the organs that exemplify this ideal.

‘’We will ratify the protocol,’’ he stressed, while wondering why Zimbabwe had not already done so earlier. Zimbabwe had signed the Protocol in 1998 but is yet to ratify it and make the Declaration under Article 34(6) to allow its citizens to access the Court directly.

The African Court delegation was in Zimbabwe on 14-15 August on a sensitisation visit at the invitation of the government.

The delegation has already met key stakeholders, including the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Speaker, the Chief Justice, and the Acting Chairperson of the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission and the Bar Association, among others.

Over 50 key stakeholders today attended a national sensitisation seminar followed by discussions.

The African Court delegation conducted a similar sensitisation visit last week on 7-8 August to the Union of Comoros.

The President of Comoros, H.E Azali Assoumani, hailed the work of the Court and also underscored the importance of human rights.

‘’We have just set up a human rights commission and we want to ensure that all internal mechanisms are in place on exhaustion of local remedies,’’ he said, apparently in reference to a request made by the Court to make the Declaration under Article 34(6). Comoros ratified the Protocol on establishment of the Court in December 2013 but is yet to make the Declaration.

The President of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights Hon Justice Sylvain Oré in a with Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa (r) at the State House Harare after holding very fruitful discussions, including an assurance that Harare will ratify the protocol establishing the Pan African Judicial organ.

The President of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights Hon
Justice Sylvain Oré in a with Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa (r) at the State House Harare after holding very
fruitful discussions, including an assurance that Harare will ratify
the protocol establishing the Pan African Judicial organ.

‘’The sensitisation visits to these two countries (Comoros and Zimbabwe) have been very positive and fruitful,’’ said Justice Oré. ‘’These visits have helped to raise awareness of the Court’s existence.’’

For the Court to discharge its mandate effectively and further strengthen the African continent’s human rights system, Justice Oré said, a greater number of countries must ratify the Protocol and make the Declaration under Article 34(6).

Since the adoption of the Protocol in June 1998, 30 out of 55 AU Member States have ratified it, but only nine State Parties to the Protocol have made the Declaration under Article 34(6). These are Burkina Faso, Benin, Ghana, The Gambia, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, Malawi, Tanzania, and Tunisia.

 

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Rodger Federer supports Malawi Early Education project with $10.5 Million
August 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

By Joseph Dumbula

File Picture.Federer in a previous visit to Malawi.His  School Readiness Programme is expected to help thousands of early childhood going children up to 2025

File Picture.Federer in a previous visit to Malawi.His School Readiness Programme is expected to help thousands of early childhood going children up to 2025

Tennis star Rodger Federer has supported an early childhood programme with a tune of $10.5 Million ( MK 8.1 Billion) in Malawi.

The programme , known as School Readiness Programme is expected to help thousands of early childhood going children up to 2025.

Janine Handel, CEO of the Roger Federer Foundation (RFF) on Tuesday signed an Memorandum of Understanding with Erica Maganga, a Principal Secretary for Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare at Capital.

The partnership will go a long way to scale up efforts aimed at increasing participation in organised learning and school readiness of children before they enter primary school.

According to Love Support Unite Foundation, up to 83% percent of first-grade students are unable to read a single syllable, and 92% of these students fail to read a single word.

The Southern African nation is ranked the weakest for its performance in English reading and second weakest for mathematics against other southern African countries. Such statistics are the result of children being denied the chance to learn under normal conditions.

There have been continued efforts by various stakeholders to raise the level of early childhood education in Malawi. Earlier last year, the  Association of Early Childhood Development in Malawi (AECDM) announced it had received funding from Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) is implementing an ‘Early Stimulation and Transition of Children with Special Needs’ project in eastern region districts of Machinga and Mangochi districts.

This is a form of inclusive early childhood development education- ECDE. The project aims at assisting children aged 3-8 with special education needs attain basic skills to facilitate a smooth transition of the children to primary school. AECDM had trained 50 caregivers and oriented 20 Health Surveillance Assistants (HSAs) as well as 10 Community Based Rehabilitation volunteers in inclusive ECDE.

 

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Accor accelerates Nigeria expansion plan as first Novotel in Lagos signed
August 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Group inks management agreement for Novotel Victoria Island, one of seven new properties pipelined for the country

Mark Willis, CEO, Accor Middle East & Africa.

Mark Willis, CEO, Accor Middle East & Africa.

Accor, a world-leading augmented hospitality group, is cementing its stronghold in Nigeria having signed its first Novotel property in the country’s largest city, Lagos.

The Group has inked a management agreement with Nigerian conglomerate, the Ekulo Group of Companies, to manage the 170-key Novotel Victoria Island Lagos, a modern hotel with a prime location in the city’s commercial and financial hub.

The debut of Novotel Victoria Island Lagos , scheduled for 2023, will expand Accor’s presence in Nigeria to 1,642 keys across 14 properties by that date, with seven properties currently in operation and seven additional hotels in the development pipeline  across the MGallery, Mantis, Grand Mercure and Pullman brands.

“We are delighted to sign this agreement with Ekulo, which marks another milestone in Accor’s Africa growth story and builds on the success of the Novotel brand in Nigeria and other key destinations across the region,” said Mark Willis, CEO, Accor Middle East & Africa.

“We have identified Nigeria as one of the continent’s most important development markets, with Lagos and other strategic locations, including Abuja, presenting huge growth potential for Accor’s unrivalled portfolio of hospitality brands.”

With a prime location on Ahmadu Bello Road, close to the headquarters of major banks and multinational corporations, Novotel Victoria Island Lagos will feature 170 rooms and suites, 400 sqm of meeting space, a swimming pool and gym and three dining venues, including an all-day dining restaurant, lobby bar and a pool bar.

Novotel Victoria Island Lagos will make its mark as a stylish, sociable and comfortable location in the Victoria Island district, providing guests and local residents with a place to dine, meet and relax or stage a corporate meeting or event.

This latest Novotel signing builds on the momentum of Accor’s development progress in Nigeria in 2018, when agreements to manage the MGallery Ikoyi and Pullman Ikoyi were signed.

In addition to the Novotel Victoria Island Lagos, six additional properties are in the development pipeline, including the 125-key Art Hotel, which will be operated under the Mantis brand, in which Accor has a 50% stake, plus Grand Mercure Abuja and Mantis ARM Lakowe Lakes.

Accor, which was the first international hotel company to enter the African market in 1975 with the opening of Mercure Ismalia Forsan Island, Egypt, commands the largest market share of any hospitality group on the continent in terms of keys, with more than 24,566 rooms across 157 properties in 22 countries and a pipeline of 10,882 rooms in 52 hotels.

As the leading and longest-serving hotel operator in Africa, the Group’s blueprint for long-term growth focuses on balancing its footprint by establishing a presence in key gateway cities and identifying gaps in the market for its portfolio of 30-plus brands.

In line with Accor’s Planet 21 ethos, Accor is also committed to conservation-led projects that promote the sustainable development of African communities and in partnership with Mantis, the South African hospitality company in which it purchased a 50% stake in April 2018, more than 28 eco-resorts and hotels are planned for the continent.

ABOUT ACCOR

Accor is a world-leading augmented hospitality group offering unique experiences in 4,900 hotels and residences across 110 countries. The Group has been acquiring hospitality expertise for more than 50 years, resulting in an unrivaled portfolio of brands, from luxury to economy, supported by one of the most attractive loyalty programs in the world.

Beyond accommodation, Accor enables new ways to live, work, and play, by blending food and beverage with nightlife, wellbeing, and co-working. It also offers digital solutions that maximize distribution, optimize hotel operations and enhance the customer experience.

Accor is deeply committed to sustainable value creation and plays an active role in giving back to planet and community via its Planet 21 – Acting Here program and the Accor Solidarity endowment fund, which gives disadvantaged groups access to employment through professional training.

Accor SA is publicly listed on the Euronext Paris Stock Exchange (ISIN code: FR0000120404) and on the OTC Market (Ticker: ACRFY) in the United States. For more information visit accor.com. Or become a fan and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

 ABOUT NOVOTEL

With Novotel, Accor offers every guest the freedom to fully enjoy their stay. Novotel Hotels, Suites & Resorts provide a multi-service offer for both business and leisure guests, with spacious, modular rooms, 24/7 catering offers with balanced meals, meeting rooms, attentive and proactive staff, kid areas, a multi-purpose lobby and fitness centers. Through PLANET 21, Accor’s sustainable development program, Novotel commits to Man and the Planet. Novotel has over 520 hotels and resorts in 60 countries, ideally located in the heart of major international cities, business districts and tourist destinations. Accor is a world-leading augmented hospitality group offering unique experiences in 4,900 hotels and residences across 110 countries. novotel.com | group.accor.com

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African Development Bank welcomes $20 million investment from the Clean Technology Fund for the Facility for Energy Inclusion
August 14, 2019 | 0 Comments
Anthony Nyong, Director of Climate Change and Green Growth at the African Development Bank

Anthony Nyong, Director of Climate Change and Green Growth at the African Development Bank

Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, 14 August 2019 – The Clean Technology Fund (CTF) one of two multi-donor trust funds within the Climate Investment Funds (CIF)  on August 8, 2019 approved $20 million for the Facility for Energy Inclusion (FEI), a facility sponsored by the African Development Bank to  provide sustainable financing for small-scale renewables in Africa.

FEI is a $500 million financing platform whose objective is to catalyze financial support for innovative energy access solutions.  FEI On-grid, a targeted USD 400 million fund, supports improved energy access through the development of small-scale renewable energy generation and mini-grids across Africa, while the Off-Grid Energy Access Fund (OGEF), a targeted USD 100 million fund, supports off -grid energy distribution companies and boosts their long-term capacity to access capital markets at scale.

The CTF investment, composed of a $4 million junior equity tranche and a $16 million senior concessional loan,  will be drawn from the Dedicated Private Sector Program III, designed to provide risk-appropriate capital to finance high-impact, large-scale private sector projects in clean technologies.

Stressing the difficulty rural areas have in attracting investment for affordable and productive electricity, Anthony Nyong, Director of Climate Change and Green Growth at the African Development Bank said the funds would contribute to economic and social growth and enhance its recipients’ resilience to the effects of negative climate change.

“Access to affordable and reliable energy has huge benefits at various levels of any society. Most of the 600 million people estimated to lack access to modern energy services in Sub-Saharan Africa are also among the most vulnerable to the disastrous consequences of climate change,” he said.

FEI is expected to contribute to the installation of around 600MW of renewable energy projects across different African countries and avoid over 30 million tons of CO2 equivalent of greenhouse gas emissions over a period of 20 years while yielding positive gender and social outcomes.

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