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$3.0 Billion of active leisure projects in Morocco

Revenue generated by the hospitality industry accounts for almost 8 per cent of Morocco’s economy. With close to $3 billion of active hotel projects, Morocco understands the importance to remain relevant.

Egypt has more than $6 billion of tourism-related projects

COVID-19 has decimated Egypt’s tourism industry. More than 11 million tourists visited in 2018. There are currently more than $6 billion of active projects in the tourism and leisure sector.

North Africa’s Leisure and Entertainment sector to rebound in 2021

Thirty-five million tourists visited North Africa before the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the pandemic has wiped out most of North Africa’s tourism sector, there is still more than $6 billion of active Leisure & Entertainment projects.

Namibia has ambitious transport projects in the pipeline

A vast arid country in South-West Africa with a relatively small population, Namibia needs industry for the future. To attract investment, it must develop a state of the art transport infrastructure.

South Africa has more than $13 billion of transport projects

South Africa led the continent in infrastructure development over the last century. In recent years, mismanagement and neglect left the country’s transport sector in disarray, from rail to ports and road. There is a massive need to reinvest in South Africa’s transport sector to stimulate economic recovery post-COVID-19.

More than $23 billion of transport projects in Southern Africa

Ageing infrastructure and growing populations are driving Southern African countries to invest in building new or improving existing transport infrastructure. Without an efficient transport infrastructure, international investors are reluctant to invest in emerging markets.

Niger requires an additional 800 million cubic metres of potable water by 2030

Niger’s population will increase by a staggering 44 per cent over the next ten years. Massive investments in critical infrastructure are required to meet the basic needs of a growing population.

Railways and Ports: Africa’s Arteries for Life

Africa has natural resources in abundance. Yet, mining, moving and processing those resources are often a difficult task across the continent. Limited integration and transport infrastructure often prevent the African continent from prospering and creating wealth for its rapidly growing population.

By 2030 Mali needs an additional 50 million cubic metres of potable water

Mali’s population will grow by 33 per cent over the next decade. A third of the rural population doesn’t have access to clean water, and 75 per cent don’t have access to sanitation.

Western Africa has more than $16 billion in active water projects

West Africa’s population will grow by 28 percent by 2030. Pressure on supplying potable water will only increase over the next decade. Countries in West Africa are investing more than $16 billion to collect and treat water resources.

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