Actualités sur les infrastructures

Zimbabwe: 57 millions de dollars de la BAD pour l'eau et l'électricité

27/01/2014

Agence Ecofin

La Banque africaine de développement (BAD) a annoncé, le 22 janvier, l'octroi d'un prêt de 57 millions de dollars au Zimbabwe pour la modernisation du réseau électrique et des d'infrastructures d'approvisionnement...

Catégories: Energie

AfDB approves U$55 million loan for Mozambique's Nacala port

22/01/2014

APA



The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a U455-million loan to fund the rehabilitation of Mozambique's strategic Nacala port in the northern province of Nampula, APA learns here on Tuesday.
 


The agreement...

Catégories: Transport

Kenya: MPs Probe Ownership of Chinese Railway Company

22/01/2014

The Satr 21/01/2014



The Public Investments Committee of the National Assembly has asked for more details about the company that won the tender to build the Sh320 billion standard gauge railway from Mombasa to...

Catégories: Transport

Donors pledge $496 million for Central African Republic

22/01/2014

EurActive

The European Union and the United Nations are looking to balance short-term security and "stabilisation" measures with immediate humanitarian aid, pledging along with other donors half a billion dollars to...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

Can African Skies Remain Closed?

21/01/2014

Addis Fortune

When thinking about regional integration in Africa, we often think first of trade policy, telecommunications, Information & Communications Technology (ICT) and road infrastructure. But on a continent larger...

Catégories: Transport

Nigeria: FG to upgrade power transmission network with $1.5bn

21/01/2014

The Punch 20/01/2014  



The Federal Government on Sunday said that $1.5bn (N240bn) had been mobilised from various sources for the upgrade of power transmission network in 2014 and beyond.
 


The government also...

Catégories: Energie

Ministers convene in Abu Dhabi on the Africa Clean Energy Corridor

21/01/2014

Noodis

Following the launch of the Africa Clean Energy Corridor (ACEC) by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in January 2013 to accelerate the adoption of renewable power options for the Eastern and Southern...

Catégories: Energie

Liberia: U.S., Liberian officials begin construction of new water pipelines for Robertsport

21/01/2014

The New Dawn (Liberia)

U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac and USAID's Global Water Coordinator, Chris Holmes, along with officials from the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC), joined local residents at a groundbreaking...

Catégories: Eau

Kenya to generate over half of its electricity through solar power by 2016

20/01/2014

Guardian.co.uk

Government invests $1.2bn jointly with private companies to build solar power plants across the country.Kenya has identified nine sites to build solar power plants that could provide more than half the country's...

Catégories: Energie

Africa: Power Africa Draws New Investment to Region

20/01/2014

United States Department of State (Washington, DC)

The U.S. initiative that aims to double access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa has drawn new investments to the fast-growing region, according to representatives of three...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

Burundi: Le démarrage du projet du complexe hydroélectrique prévu pour septembre prochain

17/01/2014

Xinhua

Le démarrage du projet du complexe hydroélectrique de Bururi, dans le sud du Burundi, évalué à 266,67 millions de dollars américains, est prévu pour septembre prochain, a annoncé lundi à Bujumbura M. Côme Manirakiza,...

Catégories: Energie, Infrastructures générales

Africa beginning major road-building spree

17/01/2014

Transport News

Africa is currently embarking on a major investment in its road network, with Chinese organisations, particularly those in the mining industry, providing much of the investment.

Alongside this, a significant...

Catégories: Transport

International support for geothermal energy in developing countries took a leap forward

17/01/2014

Balkans.com

International support for geothermal energy in developing countries took a leap forward on October 28, 2013 when the Clean Technology Fund (CTF), a program of the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), approved $115 million...

Catégories: Energie

Africa: Leveraging the Continent's Resources to Finance Vital Infrastructure - Kaberuka

16/01/2014

All Africa

Donald Kaberuka has ambitious targets for his second and final five-year term as President of the African Development Bank. At the Bank's annual luncheon earl ier this month, he pinpointed security, peace, stability...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

Build Africa Forum on Infrastructure attracts global Presidents

15/01/2014

BizNis Africa by Bontle Moeng

The BUILD Africa Forum is pleased to announce the participation of global leaders, during the two day forum on infrastructure in Africa, to be held under Denis Sassou N´Guesso, President of the...

Japan´s Leader Pledges Aid on Africa Tour

14/01/2014

The New York Times by Martin Fackler

Japan´s prime minister finished a three-nation tour of Africa on Monday in which he offered aid and development projects potentially worth billions of dollars to help his nation catch up with...

Catégories: Infrastructures générales

Energy fund approves $1m grant for Mauritian cooling project

10/01/2014

Engineering News

Development fund, the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (Sefa), has approved a $1-million project preparation grant to support construction group Sotravic in the development and installation of a sea water air...

Catégories: Energie

Air Algérie: de nouvelles lignes vers l'Europe et l'Afrique

10/01/2014

El Watan

Le PDG d'Air Algérie, Mohamed Salah Boultif, a indiqué hier que la compagnie aérienne compte se redéployer à l'international à travers l'ouverture prochaine de nouvelles lignes vers plusieurs capitales africaines et...

Catégories: Transport

Ressources hydrauliques: L'Afrique croît en l'avenir de la biotechnologie

10/01/2014

MAP

Des experts ont plaidé, mercredi à Marrakech, pour la promotion de la biotechnologie dans le traitement des eaux usées en Afrique, une technique écologique et peu coûteuse qui est susceptible de contribuer à résoudre les...

Catégories: Eau

Maroc: Le programme régional d'économie de l'eau d'irrigation fort prometteur

10/01/2014

Albayane

La région Doukkala- Abda comporte une superficie agricole utile (SAU) de 1,06 million d'hectares et un périmètre irrigué 114.650 ha (11% de la SAU).

Elle contribue, d'une façon substantielle, à la production agricole...

Catégories: Eau

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