ICA co-organized Public-Private Partnership Conference to Boost Water and Sanitation Services in Africa
Public-Private Partnership Conference 5th-8th June 2012 Dakar, Senegal
Theme ACCELERATING ACCESS TO WATER AND SANITATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA SCALING UP PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION
Funded by International Finance...
Cambridge Economic Policy Associates (CEPA) have been appointed by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) to undertake an Assessment of Project Preparation Facilities for Africa.
The Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) held its first ICA Water Platform Meeting on March 8th & 9th, 2012 to identify challenges and opportunities in the financing and implementation of Transboundary Water Resource...
The Infrastructure Consortium for Africa is pleased to provide financial support and take part in IGAD’s first Horn of Africa Summit 2012 to be held 12-13 March 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya. This conference presents an invaluable...
To identify challenges and opportunities in the financing and implementation of Transboundary Water Resource and Climate Change Adaptation Programs.
The Members’ Meeting of the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) was held November 22nd-23rd at the Sheraton Hotel in Tunis, Tunisia.
Boost for one stop border post concept after workshop held in Tanzania backs publication of new guidance
The ICA has agreed to widen its membership to G20 nations as financial commitments to Africa's infrastructure development rise by 40% in 2010.
Members of the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa will focus on regional infrastructure issues at their annual meeting in Tunis next week.
The 6th Annual Meeting of the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA), which helps...
In their meeting on 11 May 2009, African finance officials, power project developers and representatives from global financial institutions agreed that in the current economic environment it was more important than ever for African countries to bring about reforms that make their power sectors more attractive to investment by the private sector.
Continued investment in infrastructure vital for Africa’s economic development and to alleviate poverty.
Infrastructure Consortium for Africa will continue drive to encourage both public and private sector investment.
Africa to remain high on G8’s agenda.
Meeting hosted by the Italian Government on 10 and 11 March 2009 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome.
Impact of International Financial Crisis On Infrastructure Development In Africa To Be Analysed At Landmark Meeting In Rome
The organisation that works to enhance and accelerate the development of Africa’s infrastructure is to hold its annual meeting on 10-11 March 2009 – with the impact on Africa of the international financial crisis a key issue on the agenda.
The global financial and economic crisis is certain to have implications for the availability of finance for infrastructure development in Africa, but, with determination, the challenges faced can be overcome.
For Africa’s water needs to be met investment both in infrastructure and in operation and maintenance of water services has to be maintained and increased, while private sector engagement is essential - main conclusions of Financing Water for Growth in Africa meeting in Dakar, Senegal, on 26-27 November 2008.
One hundred and fifty decision-makers from around Africa, donor countries and international financial institutions will converge on Dakar, Senegal on 26 and 27 November 2008 to consider practical steps in attracting private sector investment in water infrastructure development in Africa.