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Statement

The 8th edition of the Africa PPP was a resounding success with 41 speakers, 148 delegates from 23 countries in attendance. 

Highly interactive discussions too place around the future development of PPP projects in Africa, that can and will enhance social and economic growth across the continent. 

The key message throughout was the need to increase and reassess the level of partnerships across the board to build a deeper sense of trust, cooperation and collaboration.

Thank you to all our sponsors, speakers and delegates! Without your support, this event would not have been possible.

We look forward seeing you at the 9th Africa PPP event, where we aim to include updates on the development of the PPP project pipelines, host additional one-on-on meetings and the increase the involvement of PPP units from across Africa.

On behalf of AME Trade and the Africa PPP team

Emma Sayers

Senior Conference Producer

APPP 2016 Debate
8th Africa PPP
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8th Africa PPP
Interview
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Interview
James Aiello
Interview
Magdalene Apenteng
Interview
Dr Bakri Abdul-Karim

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We will be attending the Africa PPP 2016 event to highlight the extensions to the Gautrain as a PPP as well as attract further capital investment into the current Gautrain
William Dachs, Chief Operating Officer, Gautrain

AFRICA’S LONGEST-RUNNING PPP EVENT

Governments in Africa are trying to meet the constant demand for increasing infrastructure, but cannot fund the projects on their own. Developing partnerships with private-sector entities allows governments to maintain quality services even with budget limitations. Africa’s infrastructure can be improved by both public and private pooling financial resources and expertise to advance infrastructure projects and advance the delivery of basic services.

APPP has been specially designed to showcase investment opportunities and infrastructure development through PPPs. Project sponsors, financiers, multilateral development agencies, public and private sector players and insurance agencies will discuss ways to mobilise PPP projects in Africa, develop bankable projects and review best practice scenarios.

Since its inception in 2009, Africa PPP has become the definite platform for discussing, informing and instigating the successful implementation of PPPs across the continent.

9th AFRICAPPP

Public Private Partnership
Conference & Showcase

22-24 November 2017

CAPE TOWN
SOUTH AFRICA

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