$74.5bn was committed in 2014 to the development of Africa's infrastructure. More than half of this ($43.6bn) was committed by African national governments and through sub-national financing, while ICA members committed $18.8bn (over 25%)
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The transport sector attracted nearly half of all financial commitments in 2014, from all sources (46.1%, $34.3bn), followed by Energy (30.1%, $22.4bn). This was largely due to the continued priority given to transport by national governments
While the largest share of commitments by region in 2014 went to North Africa ($23.4bn, 31.5%), followed by Southern Africa ($18bn, 24.2%), commitments to Central Africa reached their highest point for five years
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The ICA supports the African Union's Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa, PIDA.
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