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African Infrastructure Development: A Pathway to Socioeconomic Prosperity


Source: Medium

The African continent, encompassing diverse nations and economies, stands at a critical juncture in its developmental trajectory. Infrastructure development emerges as a critical catalyst for sustained economic...

Uganda gets $252.8mn road construction loan from African Development Bank


Source: Uganda Bunisess News

Uganda has secured a $252.8mn loan from the African Development Bank to construct two roads to boost rural economic development and facilitate regional trade and integration.

The bank said its board...

Kenya: African Development Bank commits more than €101 million to boost access to electricity



The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group ( on Wednesday approved a €101.10 million loan to Kenya to implement the third phase of the Last Mile Connectivity Project. The...

Donors adopted the NEPAD-IPPF Strategic Business Plan 2022-2026 and pledged new contributions to the Fund


The NEPAD-Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD–IPPF) held its 35th Oversight Committee meeting on 22 September 2022 through the zoom virtual meeting platform.

NEPAD-IPPF is a Multi-Donor Special Fund hosted by the...

ITC and Afreximbank take action to unlock U.S. $1B trade potential


The International Trade Centre (ITC) launched a new report on Thursday that highlighted more than U.S. $1 billion in export potential between Africa and the Caribbean.

ITC and the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) also...

Africa Climate Week 2022 Builds Important Regional Momentum for Climate Action ahead of COP27


UN Climate Change News, 2 September 2022 –This year’s Africa Climate Week (ACW 2022) in Libreville, Gabon, wrapped up today, having helped build important regional momentum in the fight against climate change ahead of the UN...

Mozambique: African Development Bank Vice-President Quaynor meets with government at outset of new country strategy


African Development Bank ( Vice-President for Private Sector, Infrastructure and Industrialization, Mr. Solomon Quaynor, officially visited Mozambique last week. He met with Mozambican government representatives and...

Un prêt de 100 millions d’euros pour financer les infrastructures énergétiques en Afrique


L’Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) vient d’annoncer avoir obtenu un prêt de 100 millions d’euros auprès de l’institution italienne de financement du développement Cassa Depositi e Prestiti SpA (CDP) pour faciliter les...

Infrastructures : ces grands projets dans l’impasse, faute de financements


Phase II des autoroutes Yaoundé-Douala et Edéa-Kribi, Barrage hydroélectrique de Bini à Warack…Dans la circulaire relative à la préparation du budget 2023, le président de la République instruit le gouvernement de mettre un accent particulier sur la finalisation et la mise en service des projets structurants de première génération qui, pour la plupart, ont démarré il y a plus de 10 ans.

New Partnership Aims to Boost Green Infrastructure Development in sub-Saharan Africa


US-based energy research organization, the Rockefeller Foundation has partnered with the Electricity Growth and Use in Developing Economies (e-GUIDE) and predictive analytics platform, Atlas AI, to help sub-Saharan African...

Data Center Infrastructure Management Market to hit $10 Bn by 2030, Says Global Market Insights Inc.


Major data center Infrastructure management (DCIM) market participants include ABB Ltd., Cisco Systems Inc., Schneider Electric SE, Vertiv Group Co., ABB Ltd., Cisco Systems Inc., Schneider Electric SE, and Vertiv Group...

Digital infrastructure is the key to achieving net zero


A net zero future hinges on the creation of the right digital infrastructure, although doubts remain about our preparedness, claims a new report from Princeton University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the...

G7’s global infrastructure and investment initiative to checkmate China’s BRI


Beijing [China], September 6 (ANI): The Group of Seven (G7) countries in June 2022 came out with a new programme – Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment (PGII) to meet the financial and technical needs for building...

World Spending on Cables Will Have to Rival Solar and Wind Power


The world’s move to renewable electricity will only happen with hundreds of billions of dollars spent on grid infrastructure

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