2017 saw significant milestones for Africa50, including the signing of three project agreements, with one of them reaching financial close. Africa50 also continued to develop is investor base on the continent. Two new countries, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Guinea, have joined, bringing Africa50's shareholder base to 25 African states, the African development bank, the Central bank of West African States, and the bank Al-Maghrib. Committed capital is US$819 million.
- Africa50 Annual Report 2017 (17.4 MB)
Infrastructure is the foundation of inclusive economic growth and a key catalyst for Africa's development. Africa50 was established as a pan-African development platform intended to accelerate the development of infrastructure on the African continent, this latest video highlights our key activities.
Alain Ebobissé: Opening remarks at CEO Infrastructure Project Development Summit, Mauritius
The eighth edition of the ICA’s Annual Report - Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2016 - examines current financial commitments and disbursements in support of Africa's infrastructure development, while also identifying new opportunities for resource mobilisation.
- Infrastructure Financing Trends 2016 (16.5 MB)