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African Development Bank Overview
$5.46 M Total contributions in revenue for 2022
$0.00 Regular resources (core) in revenue for 2022
$5.46 M Other resources (non-Core) in revenue for 2022
$794.43 K Other resources: Spent Expenditures can be higher than the revenue because revenue can be carried over from one year to another
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Recipient Country IATI Identifier Outcome Description
Planned Budget Actual Budget Funds Shortfall
Funds: Committed
flag Cameroon
XM-DAC-41146-CMR_D_1.2 By 2026, gaps in key socio-economic indicators are reduced, reflecting greater gender equality and progress in the empowerment of youth, women and girls, and other vulnerable groups, including in humanitarian contexts. (Outcome 2.2 /UNSDCF)
$5,774,583 $135,222 $5,639,361
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flag Cameroon
XM-DAC-41146-CMR_D_1.3 By 2026, youth, women, the most vulnerable groups, and people living with disabilities, including refugees and IDPs actively contribute to the efficiency of policies and the performance of public institutions at national, regional and council levels, and fully enjoy their rights (Outcome 3 /UNSDCF) .
$2,268,620 $6,000 $2,262,620
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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flag West & Central Africa RO
XM-DAC-41146-WCA_D_2.1 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
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flag West & Central Africa RO
XM-DAC-41146-WCA_D_2.2 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
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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
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Revenue recognition per management accounts reporting (as per Revenue Management Policy). 2022 figures are preliminary, pending final audit.
The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.
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