"Powering Africa's Prosperity: AfDB and ECOWAS Department of Economic Affairs and Agriculture Discuss Strategies for Economic Advancement"
Abuja, May 9, 2023 – A delegation from the African Development Bank (AfDB) has convened a crucial meeting with the Department of Economic Affairs and Agriculture, led by Commissioner Massandjé TOURE-LITSE, in Abuja.
The purpose of the meeting was to review the status and strategize on the future action plan of various projects, in line with the African Development Bank's overall strategic plan for the Region.
The AfDB delegation, comprising high-level officials and experts, engaged in productive discussions with the Department of Economic Affairs and Agriculture's leadership team. The meeting served as a platform to evaluate the progress of ongoing initiatives and undertake necessary reassessments to ensure their successful implementation.
Regional strategic planning plays a vital role in fostering sustainable economic development and advancing agricultural practices. The meeting emphasized the region's commitment to the shared vision of the AfDB and the Department of Economic Affairs and Agriculture, reinforcing cooperation and collaboration to achieve tangible results.
The Commissioner, Massandjé TOURE-LITSE, expressed gratitude for the AfDB's invaluable support and commended the constructive engagement between the two entities. The Commissioner emphasized the importance of alignment with the regional strategic plan to maximize the impact of projects in enhancing economic growth and promoting agricultural advancements.
The AfDB reiterated its commitment to providing the necessary financial resources, technical expertise, and policy guidance to ensure the successful implementation of projects aligned with the regional strategic plan.
This meeting served as a significant milestone in enhancing the partnership between the African Development Bank and the Department of Economic Affairs and Agriculture. It showcased the shared commitment to fostering sustainable economic growth and agricultural development in the region.