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The conference programme showcased more African PPP bankable projects, brought updates on project featured last year, and dedicated more time to one-to-one meetings. The event hosted 58 speakers and 152 participants from 31 countries, including representation from 10 African PPP units.
In response to the need to build the skills and capacities of the units and agencies responsible for delivering PPPs in Zimbabwe, MoFED with funding support from the African Development Bank, implemented the Capacity Building for Public and Economic Management Project (CBFEM).
Development and delivery of a five-day training workshop in Public Private Partnership to a group of up to 70 senior officials from government ministries.
Provided PPP Units from Kenya, South Africa, Egypt, Senegal, Cameroon, Nigeria, and Uganda with technical assistance in showcasing their country project investment opportunities; and delivered the pre-conference PPP Capacity Development Programme.
The workshops provided awareness and dissemination of knowledge on JV to interested parties. The workshops equipped participants with knowledge on how to participate in the new models of doing business prevailing world wide.
The Batoka Gorge Hydroelectric Power Scheme is one of the largest hydro-electric power projects under development in Africa, and since 2013 has been recognized as one of the SADC region’s key priority projects.
Packaged as part of the Batoka Gorge Hydro-electric Power Project PPP Capacity Development programme, a one-day capacity development workshop for officials across the AfDB bank group in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire.
NIPPPS Workshop was delivered as part of the Federal Government’s efforts to kick-start the process of implementing the First Operational Plan of the Nigerian Integrated Infrastructure Masterplan.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has committed to actively support the use of Public Private Partnerships in addressing Nigeria’s significant infrastructure deficit.
A US$1billion 127km road that serves as the major gateway in and out Nigeria’s commercial power-house. The 127.6-kmlong Lagos-Ibadan Expressway dates back to 1978.
Advisory services to Nigeria’s Honourable Minister of Transport on the merits of an unsolicited proposal for the development of the Marian Water Terminal in Lagos ($2Billion Lagos Marina Water Terminal Development project).
Transaction Advisory services to the Nigeria Railway Corporation/ Railway Property Management Company Limited (RPMCL) on Public Private Partnerships for the remodelling of nine major railway stations.
Transaction advisory services to review and advice the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) on Public Private Partnership for the development of some parcels of railway landed properties.
Within a year of inception, Avila Online had became the largest online marketplace for African Caribbean food in the UK, but struggled with service consistency in a market that did not provide the scale of online customer traffic.
A UK based Agribusiness start up that had successfully acquired a commitment of 3,000 hectares of land for purchase from a State Government in Northern Nigeria to grow cassava and Jathropha.
Implementation options for an MOU signed by the Federal Government of Nigeria and a leading manufacturer of locomotives for the location of a $100million locomotive manufacturing plant in Nigeria.
DFID Nigeria instigated an innovative programme to support low-cost private schools using a Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) approach.
LEARNigeria (an acronym meaning – Let’s Assess, Engage and Report Nigeria) is a program of The Education Partnership Centre (TEP Centre) based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Education is critical for the long-term success of Nigeria. The country's ability to stay competitive in a knowledge-driven world is dependent on the development of the right skills at different levels of human endeavour.
The Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in the United Kingdom (LCCUK) is dedicated to assisting businesses in the UK and Lithuania to establish connections with each other for the purpose of easier international trade.
Consulting and advisory services for the US$110m acquisition of the concession of Shiroro Hydroelectric Power Plc.
Consulting and advisory services for the acquisition of the US$260m concession of Afam Power Plc
Consultancy and project management services for the reform of Boards of Internal Revenue of different client states and strategy development for revenue generation, collection, assurance and optimisation.
Nigeria’s economic and business environment in 2018 was characterized by sustained but slow recovery from the 2017 recession. Investors had to contend with the typical constraints of the business environment - high interest rates...
African economies have demonstrated resilience to negative shocks in recent years, and remain important and attractive markets and investment destinations However, historic underinvestment...
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In 2018, Nigeria’s business and economic environment was characterized by sustained but slow recovery from the 2017 recession. Investors had to contend with the typical constraints of the business environment...