60 Years of Squandered African International Development Aid, Time to Implement PPPs with Integrity

Why have ordinary Africans not benefit from the investments and aid from resource rich nations? Why can’t we get it right? Why are there no African Singapores? Why do we not fix the problems that we see and only talk ad nauseum about? Why are we not weaning ourselves of aid and growing in resilient ways with sustainable best practices?

Financing Infrastructure in Africa: The Role of the Private Sector

Despite a recent investment increase in African infrastructure, the infrastructure financing gap remains large. It is estimated at $93 billion a year, that’s nearly $1.9 trillion over the next 20 years.

Food security in Africa during and after COVID-19

Food security has been a real challenge in Africa for some time. Climate change and water scarcity have affected agricultural production.

The Need for a COVID-19 “Triage” Strategy for PPPs

The Covid-19 pandemic has caught almost all government agencies off-guard and ill-equipped to address the immediate and long-term impacts to their national PPP initiatives.

Bridging the African Infrastructure Gap

Bridging the African Infrastructure Gap: PPPs in the Post Covid-19 Era. How does cash strapped African country proceed with critical infrastructure projects?

How Africa can close its $1.7 trillion infrastructure gap

According to the Global Infrastructure Facility, the Infrastructure Financing Gap for Africa (the difference between the required infrastructure and the current economic infrastructure) stands at $1.7 trillion over the next 20 years.

West Africa oil and gas – part two

The oil rich West-African region has seen more than 100 years of exploration. Oil has been commercially produced since the 1950’s. With all this, very little has been invested in downstream facilities. Read part 2 of our West Africa oil and gas review.

West Africa oil and gas – part one

The oil rich West-African region has seen more than 100 years of exploration. Oil has been commercially produced since the 1950’s. With all this, very little has been invested in downstream facilities.

Central Africa’s fragile economy

As the most underdeveloped region within Africa, Central Africa plays home to approximately 180 million people. However, it does have the largest population growth rate on the continent

West Africa must invest $768 billion in Education

West Africa need to invest $768 billion to construct 96,000 schools. These schools will educate 96 million additional children and require 2.4 million new teachers.

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