The mission of FAGACE is to contribute to the economic and social development of the member States, with a special attention given to the economically disadvantaged member States, through
* participating in the funding of their development projects thanks to the award of guarantee facilities,
* facilitating the implementation of some projects by way of support-mechanisms such as interest-rebate operations and extension of credit facilities duration.
Member states are Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Côte d'Ivoire, Gambia, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo. ... [according to site editor's information]
The re-established EADB offers a broad range of financial services in the Member States of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania with an overiding objective of strengthening socio-economic development and regional integration. [according to site editor's information]
The Bank is a financial institution funded by the Governments of the League of Arab States. Its mandate is to:
*assist in financing economic development in non-Arab African countries.
* stimulate the contribution of Arab capital to African development.
* help provide the technical assistance required for the development of Africa.
Annual Reports, Quaterly Bulletins and press releases are downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information]
The AU is Africa's premier institution and principal organization for the promotion of accelerated socio-economic integration of the continent. It is based on the common vision of a united and strong Africa and on the need to build a partnership between governments and all segments of civil society, in particular women, youth and the private sector, in order to strengthen solidarity and cohesion amongst the peoples of Africa. ... [according to site editor`s information]
The West African Monetary Agency (WAMA) is an autonomous specialized agency of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). WAMA was empowered to ensure the monitoring, coordination and implementation of the ECOWAS monetary cooperation programme, encourage and promote the application of market determined exchange rates for intra-regional trade, initiate policies and programmes on monetary and economic integration and ensure the establishment of a single monetary zone in West Africa. ... [according to site editor's information]
ECOWAS is a regional group of fifteen countries, founded in 1975. Its mission is to promote economic integration in "all fields of economic activity, particularly industry, transport, telecommunications, energy, agriculture, natural resources, commerce, monetary and financial questions, social and cultural matters." ... [according to site editor's information]
The Objectives of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are to:
-achieve development and economic growth, alleviate poverty, enhance the standard and quality of life of the peoples of Southern Africa and support the socially disadvantaged through regional integration;
-evolve common political values, systems and institutions;
-promote and defend peace and security;
-promote self-sustaining development on the basis of collective self-reliance, and the inter-dependence of Member States;
-achieve complementarity between national and regional strategies and programmes;
-promote and maximise productive employment and utilisation of resources of the region;
-achieve sustainable utilisation of natural resources and effective protection of the environment;
-strengthten and consolidate the long-standing historical, social and cultural affinities and links among the peoples of the region. ... [according to site editor's information]
Le Bureau de Coordination (BCECO) sert de courroie de transmission entre l’appui financier international et les programmes du Gouvernement exécutés en faveur des populations, des entreprises publiques et de l’administration publique. L’objectif est de répondre au défi d’assurer une utilisation rapide et efficiente des ressources financières extérieures octroyées au gouvernement congolais.
80 % des ressources gérées par le BCECO proviennent de la Banque Mondiale, 13% de la Banque Africaine de Développement et proviennent du Gouvernement. ... [selon les informations de l'éditeur du site; rédaction ilissAfrica]