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When The Power Comes: An Analysis of IPPs in Africa

2011


Services d’eau et secteur privé  dans les pays en développement

Study/Research - 2011

À l’occasion d’un travail de synthèse de cinq années de recherche à l’AFD sur les partenariats public-privé (PPP), il nous a donc semblé nécessaire de croiser les analyses portant sur diverses périodes et géographies et issues de différents acteurs...


2010 ICA Annual Report & Annual Report Overview

Annual Report - 2010

The Annual Report analyses the commitments and disbursement to infrastructure in Africa for 2010 by ICA Members and other sources of finance – also by sectoral and regional distribution. In 2010 total external commitments have again increased...


PPP - One Option to Improve Water Supply and Sanitation

Position Paper - 2010

This paper summarises the experiences of German FC with public-private partnerships in the water sector. It demonstrates that PPPs are one of several possible approaches to improving water supply and sanitation in developing countries. For a PPP to...


Africa's Infrastructure: A Time for Transformation

Overview & Full Report - 2010

The Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic (AICD) is a comprehensive knowledge program commissioned by the ICA to improve understanding of Africa's infrastructure situation. The AICD assists policymakers in setting priorities for current...


ICA 2009 Annual Report & Annual Report Overview

Annual Report - 2009

The Annual Report analyses the 2009 commitments and disbursements for infrastructure in Africa by ICA Members and other sources of finance.


Attracting Investors to African infrastructure projects

Guide - 2009

Attracting Investors to African Public-Private Partnerships will help the public sector in Africa to attract private sector investment through effective project advertising, management, and implementation. This book will enhance the chances of...


Les Petits opérateurs privés de la distribution d’eau à Maputo : d’un problème à une solution ? Regards croisés

Study/Research - 2009

A Maputo, le réseau officiel d’approvisionnement en eau potable ne dessert qu’une petite partie des habitants de l’agglomération. De nombreux habitants, en particulier ceux de la périphérie de la ville, n’ont d’autre choix que de s’approvisionner...


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