Infrastructure News

Interconnecting African capitals through High Speed Rail

February 8, 2019
Following the signing of the High Speed Rail Detailed Scoping Study contract in December 2018 and the submission of the final Inception Report to AUDA-NEPAD, CPCS Consultants held a meeting with the AUDA-NEPAD team, to discuss the status of the high speed railway network consultancy project. During the meeting, the key milestones and way forward were mapped out. A key...
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Presidential Infrastructure Champion Initiative progress

January 24, 2019
The Presidential Infrastructure Champion Initiative (PICI) was adopted to accelerate regional infrastructure development that is enabled through the political championing of projects. The role of the champions is to bring visibility, unblock bottlenecks, co-ordinate resource mobilisation and ensure project implementation. Most of the PICI projects, if not all, have made tremendous progress since its inception. The 8th Technical Task Team...
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La coopération Sud-Sud prend forme: un atelier de partage des connaissances au poste de contrôle juxtaposé (PCJ) organisé au Ghana

December 6, 2018
Du 5 au 6 décembre 2018, l'agence du NEPAD a organisé conjointement un «Atelier de partage des connaissances sur la manière de rendre les PCJs opérationnels en tant qu'instrument de facilitation du commerce dans les régions d'Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre» à Accra (Ghana) avec le gouvernement du Ghana, la JICA, CEDEAO, la CEEAC et l’UEMOA. Cet atelier a...
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South-South Cooperation took shape: One Stop Boarder Post (OSBP) knowledge sharing workshop in Ghana

December 6, 2018
On 5th and 6th December 2018, the NEPAD agency co-organized “Knowledge Sharing Workshop on how to make OSBPs Operational as an instrument of trade facilitation in the West and Central African Regions” in Accra, Ghana with the Government of Ghana, JICA, ECOWAS, ECCAS and UEMOA targeted on West and Central Africa. The aim of the workshop was: Improve knowledge on...
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Good governance and infrastructure development

November 27, 2018
“Africa needs to unite and work hard to reverse colonial infrastructure systems which promoted the extraction of profitable agricultural and mineral wealth for export at the expense of local communities and the continent,” Zimbabwe’s Transport and Infra-structural Development and Transport Minister, Joel Biggie Matiza said as the Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Week opened on 26 November in...
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Accelerating project preparation and financing water projects in Africa

November 26, 2018
Africa's population is projected to reach 1.6 billion by 2030, which translates into a need to produce at least 50% more food; and at least a tenfold increase in water needs for energy production to support socio-economic development. These challenges and the resultant increase in water demand are further aggravated by rapid urbanization and industrialisation. This requires huge investments in...
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