East African Development Bank Annual Report 2015
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Loans

The Bank provides loans to projects directly, through syndicates and other forms of co-financing.

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Lines of Credit

The Bank provides Lines of credit to national and regional DFI’s, MFIs and local banks to enhance its support to SMES and new projects.

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Asset Finance

The Bank provides asset lease financing to carefully selected businesses particularly in construction, transport and agriculture sectors to acquire equipment.

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Food Security

Food Security

The population of East Africa is estimated to around 140 million and growing at an average of 2.5% per annum. This relatively high growth rate coupled with increasing urbanization is straining the available resources for productive agriculture and especially resources to meet the aggregate food requirements at the household level. Households need to be enabled […]

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

The East African region is faced with significant infrastructure challenges which create supply side problems to trade in the region. The poor road and rail networks create significant operational problems to the movement of people and goods while congested and inefficient regional ports unnecessarily make East Africa an expensive destination for doing business. Inadequate and […]

Skills Development

Skills Development

Lack of or inadequate education and training denies people opportunities for self-advancement by limiting their access to gainful employment or keeping them in low-productivity and low paying jobs. Ultimately this excludes such persons from making a meaningful contribution to economic growth. Good quality education and training have thus been recognized as important ways of breaking […]

Climate Change

Climate Change

Climate change is now recognised as one of the biggest challenges to socio-economic development. The attendant changes in weather patterns and unpredictable floods and droughts pose a challenge to planning for the member states of the Bank. Indeed, all East African Countries are dependent on climate-sensitive economic sectors, such as agriculture, for output and income […]

Regional Integration

Regional Integration

The people of the East African Community (EAC) have for centuries recognised that economic integration can lead to long term economic and social gains through increased trade and / or cultural exchanges. The drive to regional integration faces a number of challenges including inadequate and poor regional infrastructure, disparate legal/regulatory frameworks, national strategic priorities that […]

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