The African Development Bank (AfDB) was established in 1964 with the goal of reducing poverty and promoting economic and social development in Africa. The AfDB provides grants to African governments and invests in private companies operating in Africa. While it is a smaller development bank, the AfDB is increasingly taking a leadership role in initiatives to promote infrastructure financing and regional integration in Africa.
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