The Infrastructure Consortium for Africa is a tripartite relationship between bilateral donors, multilateral agencies and African institutions.
- ICA membership from the African side is led by the African Development Bank and Development Bank of Southern Africa, while the African Union (AU) Commission, NEPAD Secretariat and Regional Economic Communities participate as observers at ICA meetings.
- Multilateral agencies that are ICA members: the World Bank, International Finance Corporation (IFC), European Commission (EC) and European Investment Bank (EIB).
- All G8 countries are members of the ICA (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, United Kingdom and The United States).
- The Republic of South Africa has recently joined the ICA: making it the first G20 member and the first African country member. All other G20 countries are invited to join the ICA.
Other donors making significant financial contributions to infrastructure in Africa may become members of the ICA.