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Finance Minister Leaves Liberia this Weekend for the Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank in Kenya

Monrovia, Liberia - The Minister of Finance and Development Planning of the Republic of Liberia Boima Kamara leaves the country this weekend to attend the Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank in Nairobi, Kenya.The meetings run from May 27-31.
Minister Kamara will be accompanied at the Annual Meetings by the Deputy Minister for Economic Management Hon. Dehpue Zuo as part of President Joseph Nyumah Boakai’s delegation to the continental meetings.
The Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank Group present a unique opportunity for knowledge dissemination among high-level decision makers in Africa, key officials of bilateral and multilateral Development Agencies, leading academics and representatives of non-governmental organizations, civil society, and the private sector.
The theme for the meetings, which comprise the 59th Annual Assembly of the African Development Bank and the 50th meeting of the African Development Fund is Africa’s Transformation, African Development Bank Group, and Reform of the Global Financial Architecture.
According to a release from the Communications Unit of the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Minister Boima Kamara who is also the Governor of the Bank in Liberia will serve as panelist on Thematic Knowledge Event 2: “Measuring the Green Wealth of Nations: Natural Capital and Economic Productivity in Africa”
The 2024 Annual Meetings will include a Presidential Dialogue, a High-level plenary for the launch of the Bank’s flagship publication—the 2024 African Economic Outlook (AEO), and two thematic knowledge events.
Consistent with the theme of the Annual Meetings, the focus of these knowledge events will be to fast-track structural transformation in Africa as a panacea for faster socio-economic transformation.
The knowledge events will also address the importance of a reconfigured global financial architecture as an engine for structural transformation, and the Bank Group’s contribution towards Africa’s socio-economic transformation in its 60 years of existence.

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