$83.4bn was committed in 2015 for the development of Africa’s infrastructure, a 12% increase compared with 2014. This includes $28.4bn from African national budget allocations, $19.8bn from ICA members and $27.7bn from non-ICA bilateral and multilateral financiers.
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The largest share of commitments by region in 2015 went to East Africa (23.1%), followed by Southern Africa (19.2%), West Africa (18.2%) and North Africa (17%). Central Africa (5.9%) saw a fall in commitments in 2015 compared to 2014.
The Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) helps improve the lives and economic well-being of Africa's people by promoting increased investment and development of infrastructure in Africa.
The ICA supports the African Union's Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa, PIDA.
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