Egypt: Benban, a model of clean energy production in Africa

In the land of gold, near Aswan, the jewel of the Nile, lies one of the largest solar parks in the world: Benban. This is no coincidence: located between latitudes 22 and 31.5 north, Egypt has among the highest solar energy potential of any country worldwide.

Togo: Women now give birth under better conditions in many localities thanks to the African Development Fund and the European Union's support

A rural electrification support project financed by the African Development Bank Group has brought critical relief, including facilitating safe maternal delivery and care in the targeted Togolese communities.

African Development Bank financed ‘4th Abidjan Bridge’ nears completion

This majestic structure, laid out on the right flank of the Attécoubé commune in central Abidjan, is gradually taking shape and its future users can now see it from a good distance.

Sharp decline in cases of typhoid fever, diarrhoea, in capital, thanks to sanitation project

For several years now, typhoid fever and diarrhoea cases have fallen significantly in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, especially in the major district of Kawempe, according to an African Development Bank report published on 7 October.

Road users in Ghana see life-changing impact as Bank-funded jumbo road interchange partially opens

Pointing overhead to the imposing structure of concrete pillars and tiered, swirling highways, 63-year-old Ayorkor Baka, like many others, welcomes the new interchange, saying it will cut pedestrian fatalities on the road linking Accra and Nsawam

Bank-funded project boosts water supply in Zimbabwe’s second-largest city

Limited investments in water and sanitation infrastructure across Zimbabwe’s urban centers in recent times have largely contributed to poor service provision, which has left citizens scrambling for the precious liquid. Bulawayo, the country’s second-largest city, was not spared. Frequent droughts in nearby regions worsened the water woes.