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Transport is a catalyst for sustainable economic development and growth.  Improved transport infrastructure in Africa would facilitate and grow domestic, regional and international trade, lower…

Energy Financing Trends

Energy sector commitments in 2018 amounted to $43.8bn, 67% higher than the 2015-2017 average. This is the largest level of commitments ever recorded in the sector and the largest allocation of…

Regional Power Trading

Regional power generation and interconnection can play a major role in increasing access to electricity in Africa – and power is the key driver of economic development and growth.  The Regional…

Water Financing Trends

Water and sanitation sector commitments, at $13.3bn, were 21% above the previous 3-year average of $11bn. These commitments remained essentially at the same level as 2017, $13.3bn in 2018 compared…

IWA/ICA Nexus Report

Commissioned by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa, the International Water Association (IWA) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), “Nexus Trade-offs and Strategies…

Annual Meetings

Related Documents ICA Plenary Meeting - 20 October 2017 Annual Meeting 2017 - Information Note ENEA Visit - 18 October 2017 ENEA Visit Registration Form Toward Smart and Integrated Infrastructure…

ICA’s Areas of Focus

Providing financial support to the Niger Basin Authority (NBA) to help ensure the successful preparation and organisation of the PIDACC (Programme for Integrated Development and Adaptation to…

ICA’s Areas of Focus

Enhancing coordination, increasing knowledge and sharing information are key aspects of the ICA Secretariat’s work. In addition to engagement through the 2016 ICA Annual Meeting, the Secretariat’s…

ICT Financing Trends

The ICT saw record commitments in 2018. They increased significantly in 2018 to $7.1bn. Private sector commitments accounted for more than half of total commitments. Funding from ICA members for…

Africa’s ICT sector and China

Chinese investments in Africa’s ICT infrastructure passed US$1bn for the first time in 2015. This was primarily due to the activities of one of the world’s largest telecommunications equipment…

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