You have to experience the worst in order to understand the situation," says 35-year-old Prosper Nambaya, a senior project officer with the East African Development Bank, Tanzania, whose remit includes infrastructure projects in the fields of electricity and irrigation.
What does EADB stand for?
EADB stands for East African Development Bank
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- English Amateur Dancesport Association
- Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
- Erythrocyte Adenosine Deaminase (enzyme)
- Escuela de Alta Dirección y Administración (business school)
- European-African Development Association (Vienna, Austria)
- Executive Assistant District Attorney
- Engineering and Administrative Data Acquisition System
- Engineering and Administrative Data Acquisition System/Network Management
- Engineering and Administrative Data Acquisition System Network Management
- Engineering And Administrative Data Acquisition System
- Eastern Association of Deaf Bowlers
- East African Deaf Connection
- Energy Analysis and Diagnostic Center (now Industrial Assessment Technologies; US Department of Energy)
- Enthoven Associates Design Consultants (Antwerp, Belgium)
- Equality and Diversity Committee (UK)
- European Aerospace and Defence Company
- European Alzheimer's Disease Consortium
- Extended Air Defense Command and Control
- East African Development Communication Foundation
- Equivalent Anode Dark Current Input
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The East African Development Bank (EADB) is planning to establish the first wholesale mortgage institution to help meet a current housing shortfall of 3.
The European Union and the East African Development Bank have agreed to finance a $68m fibre link project in the region once privatisation of the industry is complete.
The PTA Bank is the second regional bank, after the East African Development Bank, to issue bonds for trading on the DSE.
The Uganda Securities Exchange, up until the flotation of Uganda Clay, offered only one financial instrument for trading - a bond issued by the East African Development Bank.