Access to reliable and affordable ICT networks
Meeting Africa’s demand for broadband at an affordable cost, increasing access and security of access to internet services and the promotion of intra-African ecommerce.
Africa's Corridors Break Down Barriers, Ensure Equitable Growth
The 8th TICAD, being held in the end of August in Tunisia, provides a platform to discuss such area as customs modernization, trade facilitation, technology and digitalization of freight transportation systems etc Click here to read more
Completion of all PIDA – PAP projects
African Infrastructure Guarantee Mechanism (AIGM), Mauritius
Fourth PIDA Week, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Third PIDA Week, Swakopmund, Namibia
AU-EU Summit, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
PIDA Job Creation Toolkit at Africa Talks Jobs, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Launch of 5% Agenda at NASDAQ, New York
First PIDA Public Private Partnerships Training Module in Dakar, Senegal
Endorsement of PIDA Action Plan by AU Executive Council during AU Summit
The first AU Specialized Technical Committee on Infrastructure recognizes PIDA
Second PIDA Week held and PIDA Progress Report launched
Launch of the 2nd PIDA CBN Report
The launch of MoveAfrica
First PIDA Week, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
Launch of the Continental Business Network (CBN)
The Project Preparation Facilities’ (PPF) Roundtable
Introduction of the PIDA Service Delivery Mechanism (PIDA SDM)
The Dakar Financing Summit (DFS)
Launch of the Africa 50 Fund
Establishment of the Council for Infrastructure Development (CID)
Launch of Virtual PIDA Information Centre (VPIC)
Presentation of the African Strategic Infrastructure Initiative
PIDA Executing Agencies
The African Union Commission ensures the alignment of the PIDA priority projects and programmes with regional and continental strategies and policy frameworks; reviews strategic plans, studies and reports prepared by the NEPAD Agency; and makes appropriate recommendations to the Council for Infrastructure Development (CID) through an independent advisory group.
The AUDA-NEPAD Agency collaborates with Regional Economic Communities, countries, specialised institutions and the private sector, to accelerate the implementation of PIDA as well as co-ordinating stakeholder engagements for the funding and financing of PIDA priority projects, producing annual reports on the implementation status of these projects.
The African Development Bank’s role as one of the executing agencies covers the responsibility for contractual, financial, technical and administrative management of the programme including responsibility for procurement procedures, in conformity with its existing regulations, budget management and disbursements.
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