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African Development Bank Overview
$5.16 M Total Contributions
$0.00 Resource Contributions (Core)
$5.16 M Other Resources (Non-Core)
$278.62 K Other Resources: Spent
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Recipient Country IATI Identifier Outcome Description
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flag West & Central Africa RO
XM-DAC-41146-WCA_D_2.1 By 2025, a comprehensive and dynamic set of global norms and standards on gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls is strengthened and translated into gender-responsive laws, policies, and institutions in West and Central Africa Region.
$604,000 $2,840,469 $0
$2,790,000
flag Côte d'Ivoire
XM-DAC-41146-CIV_D_2.1 By 2025, women and girls have greater access to socio-economic and technological opportunities for their empowerment and to services for the prevention and management of all forms of violence, particularly harmful practices (UNSDCF Outome 6)
$1,774,530 $140,750 $1,633,780
$1,010,920
flag South Sudan
XM-DAC-41146-SSD_D_4.3 Women and girls affected by the conflict access protection and economic opportunities
$2,192,197 $2,115,675 $76,522
$811,983
flag Senegal
XM-DAC-41146-SEN_D_2.3 Changes attributed to UN Women in skills or abilities and capacities of individuals or institutions and/or the availability of new products and services contributing to Women’s equitable access to services, goods & resources
$2,421,674 $1,583,607 $838,067
$349,065
flag Mali
XM-DAC-41146-MLI_D_2.1 “By 2024, Malian people, particularly the most vulnerable, participate in the economy and benefit from the benefits of strong, inclusive and resilient growth that creates decent jobs Related.
$1,344,217 $785,086 $559,131
$185,000
flag Nigeria  
XM-DAC-41146-NGA_D_2.1 Affirmative procurement policy, legislative and/or other enabling measures in place by 2022, to provide new opportunities for high-impact growth for women-owned businesses (WOBs) in Nigeria
$749,999 $225,000 $524,999
$125,000
flag Nigeria  
XM-DAC-41146-NGA_D_2.8 Early and post- COVID socio-economic recovery and resilience of women and girls worst- affected by the pandemic enhanced through access to Social Protection support and other finacial assistance packages.
$645,000 $600,170 $44,830
$85,000
flag West & Central Africa RO
XM-DAC-41146-WCA_D_2.2 By 2025, more women and girls in West and Central Africa have equitable access to high quality public goods, services, jobs, and resources that are responsive to their needs.
$619,368 $635,256 $0
$60,000
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