$62.5bn was committed in 2016 for the development of Africa’s infrastructure, comprising $26.3bn of budget allocations from African national governments, $18.6bn from ICA members and $17.6bn from non-ICA bilateral and multilateral financiers, and the private sector.
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39% of total financial commitments to Africa's infrastructure development in 2016 was directed to the transport sector ($24.5bn). The energy sector attracted 31.9% of investment ($20bn) while commitments to the water sector totalled $10.5bn, 16.9%.Download the report (PDF)
Of the $62.5bn committed to Africa’s infrastructure development in 2016, West Africa received 26.1%, followed by East Africa with 21% and North Africa with 20.7%. Southern Africa (excluding South Africa) and Central Africa received 10.4% and 10.1%, respectively, while South Africa received 9.4%.Download the Report (PDF)
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