Africa Projects Outlook

Africa Projects Outlook

Economic activity in Africa has been rapidly expanding over recent decades. The IMF predicts growth on the continent to accelerate further in upcoming years, from 3.5% in 2024 to 4.3% in 2029. With a large, young, and growing population, many African countries are benefiting from an expanding labour force, while much of the rest of the world is aging

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Water projects in Africa and the Middle East – $143 billion in active investment projects

Water projects in Africa and the Middle East – $143 billion in active investment projects

Clean water is one of mankind’s most crucial resources. While some African countries are capitalizing on an abundant supply, others, especially in North Africa and the Middle East, increasingly need to manage their water resources wisely. Additionally, urbanization across the region means that wastewater treatment is becoming a necessity to maintain public health and environmental protection.

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Oil and Gas Projects in Africa and the Middle East – a $900 billion opportunity

Oil and Gas Projects in Africa and the Middle East – a $900 billion opportunity

Extractive industries, namely mining, oil, and gas, have long played a significant role in Africa and the Middle East. Many countries are trying to diversify their economies away from these extractive industries. However, they still represent a significant share of export earnings and government revenue in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and Angola for oil and gas, as well as Ghana and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for mining.

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Building Projects in Africa – 1000 opportunities worth $812 billion

Building Projects in Africa – 1000 opportunities worth $812 billion

Demographics are one of the major drivers of growth in Africa. From 2022 to 2023 alone, Africa added approximately 30 million inhabitants – the equivalent of the total population of countries like Malaysia or Saudi Arabia. What’s more, an increasing share of Africans live in cities. Between 2015 and 2023, the urbanization rate in Africa increased from 40.9% to 44.7%. In other words, over these 8 years, Africa’s cities grew by more than 160 million inhabitants (Source: Worldometer, 2024). Beyond an increased need for electricity and transportation, this trend is driving building construction projects in Africa.

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The Power Sector in Africa

The Power Sector in Africa

The African continent needs enormous investments in the power sector to supply its rapidly growing population and economy. Additionally, the continent’s rich endowment with renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydropower places it in a prime position to export energy in the form of hydrogen to global markets.

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The Lusophone Development Compact will receive a €400 million boost from the Portuguese government and the AfDB

The Lusophone Development Compact will receive a €400 million boost from the Portuguese government and the AfDB

According to an African Development Bank (AfDB) September 2022 press release, the AfDB and Portugal have signed a €400 million guarantee agreement to finance private sector initiatives and public-private partnership (PPPs) projects in Portuguese-speaking African member countries.

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