According to the most recent African Economic Outlook 2018 Report, the infrastructure deficit is even more than originally thought. The deficit, which now stands between $130 – $180 billion USD, points to an infrastructure gap of between $68 and $108 billion USD.
This is why Public Private Partnerships are more important than ever and instrumental in developing better infrastructure across Africa.
Since its inception in 2009, Africa PPP has become a key platform for industry stakeholders to meet, discuss, debate and share PPP plans and 10 years later, remains a successful event for PPP instigation and implementation.
Some previously showcased PPP projects include:
After almost decade of bringing you excellence and up-to-date PPP project news, this 10th edition of APPP will:
A specialised workshop takes place the day before the conference begins and aims to continue the development of PPP related skills.
The 2017 CPD-certified workshop was themed “Using project Preparation tools to unlock the development of PPPs” and looked at the following topics:
Strengthening the Enabling Environment for PPPs
Project Identification and Selection
Project Readiness – Due Diligence and Feasibility Studies
Accessing Project Preparation Finance
This highly interactive workshop will once again take place in 2018 and more details will be announced soon.