The Development Bank of Southern Africa is a development finance institution wholly owned by the Government of South Africa that seeks to “accelerate sustainable socio-economic development and improvement.
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The DBSA’s purpose is to accelerate sustainable socio-economic development, and improve the quality of life of the people of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and, more recently, the whole of the African continent, by driving financial and non-financial investments in the social and economic.
- High performance
- Shared vision
- Service orientation
A prosperous and integrated resource efficient region, progressively free of poverty and dependency
To advance the development impact in the region by expanding access to development finance and effectively integrating and implementing sustainable development solutions to:
- Improve the quality of life of people through the development of social infrastructure
- Support economic growth through the investment in economic infrastructure
- Support regional integration
- Promote sustainable use of scarce resource
What Does the Development Bank of South Africa Do?
The mission of the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) is to advance the development impact in the region by expanding access to development finance, and effectively integrating and implementing sustainable development solutions.
Who Funds the Development Bank of South Africa?
PPDF is financed by the European Union and KFW. The aim of the PPDF is to assist SADC to address the implementation of the SADC Regional Infrastructure Development Master Plan.
What Is the Role of African Development Bank?
The AfDB’s mission is to fight poverty and improve living conditions on the continent through promoting the investment of public and private capital in projects and programs that are likely to contribute to the economic and social development of the region.
How Is African Development Bank Funded?
AfDB funds are derived from subscriptions by member countries, especially non-regional member countries, borrowings on international markets and loan repayments. Its resources are derived directly from special contributions from states participants, especially non-regional member countries.
Who Owns Africa?
Key findings: Only 13 percent of the total land of the countries studied in Sub-Saharan Africa is owned or controlled by Indigenous Peoples and local communities, compared with 18 percent globally.
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