At the national level, priority will be given to the development of sustainable infrastructure to stimulate economic growth, such as energy, transport and rural roads in the centre area defined axis Ilebo, Tshikapa, Kananga, Mbuji, Mayi.
Special attention will be given to the effective contribution of these infrastructures to the strengthening of the Community fabric and the development of local businesses. Infrastructure to achieve will be designed to be resilient to climate change and variability and the capacity of adaptation of populations to these phenomena.
The DSP will also support further appropriate reforms aimed at improving the Central and sectoral governance and sanitation of the business climate. The objective is to improve the overall performance of the economy and the capacity of public administration to steer the economy and to induce a greater involvement of the private sector in the creation of wealth and jobs.
Assets for the DRC
At the regional level, the strategic choice of the DSP are guided by the privileged location of the DRC in Central Africa, including its size, its common borders with nine other countries and its immense potential natural. This position has exceptional advantages in terms of regional integration, including trade with the countries in the region which must be enhanced and strengthened.
DSP is articulated around the following two complementary pillars: the development of infrastructure to support private investment and regional integration and the strengthening of the capacities of the State to increase public revenues and establish an incentive framework for private investment.
The planned actions are designed to be mutually reinforcing and to increase the leverage effect of the assistance of the Bank. The infrastructure pillar will be implemented to ensure a ripple effect on the growth of private investment in the productive sectors of the economy. The second will be devoted to the strengthening of the capacities of the State to ensure economic governance enhanced and incentive for private investment.
For the implementation of this strategy, the Bank has mobilized approximately 860 million U.S. dollars over the next five years. It should emphasize that the African Development Bank (AfDB) group is the first multilateral financing institution dedicated to the development of Africa.
It consists of three separate entities: the African Bank of development (ADB), the African fund development (FAD) and the special fund of Nigeria (DSF). The BAD is present on the ground in 34 African countries, with a field office in the Japan, and contributes to economic development and social progress of its regional Member States 53.