Infrastructure News

Maximising Job Creation Potential of the Batoka Gorge Hydro-Electric Scheme

May 28, 2019
Infrastructure development presents a significant opportunity for creating and absorbing the demand for labour and through direct implementation. Its spill over effects within the wider economy can serve as a game changing catalyst for cross-sectoral job creation in Africa. Recognising the potential of regional infrastructure development as a key to leverage jobs creation, the African Union Commission and the African...
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Traffic Light System Pilot process commences in ECOWAS

May 21, 2019
"The African Union Development Agency-NEPAD developed the Traffic Light System under the MoveAfrica banner in order to address some of the challenges faced along the transport and logistics corridors and Border Posts, such as excessive road checkpoints, bureaucratic procedures and inadequate road and logistics infrastructure " said Snowden Mmadi, AUDA-NEPAD Infrastructure Expert. Snowden was addressing delegates attending the workshop on...
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Cooperation with Egypt on Energy

May 8, 2019
Dr Mohamed Shaker El Markab, Minster of Electricity and Renewable Energy in Egypt, highlighted various recent achievements made in both heavy energy infrastructure and renewable energy that have enabled Egypt to generate more than 25,000.00MW in four years (more than the total power generated by all African countries south of the Sahara, with the exception of South Africa). The country...
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AUDA-NEPAD engages stakeholders on the PIDA Water Programme

April 25, 2019
The African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD), in collaboration with COMESA, AMCOW, AfDB, Global Water Partnership Africa (GWP), and with support from GIZ, convened a PIDA Water Programme Stakeholders’ Workshop in Lusaka, Zambia from 24 to 26 April. The purpose of the workshop was to give all Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa Priority Action Plan (PIDA-PAP) transboundary Water and Energy...
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African Ministers Adopt Landmark “Cairo Declaration” on Infrastructure

April 17, 2019
Ministers from 39 African countries have confirmed their commitment to consider strategies for developing smart infrastructure to boost Africa’s continental transformation and integration, by adopting the Egypt Declaration and Action Plans for the Transport, Energy and Tourism sectors. The Declaration was adopted at the Second Ordinary Session of the African Union Specialized Technical Committee meeting on Transport, Transcontinental and Interregional...
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AU Commissioner Abou-Zeid soft launches African Network for Women in Infrastructure (ANWIn)

April 16, 2019
African Union Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy, H.E. Dr. Amani Abou-Zeid today hosted a dialogue in Cairo to soft launch the African Network for Women in Infrastructure (ANWIn) - a new initiative aimed at promoting African women’s participation in infrastructure development at the national, regional, and global levels. Held on the sidelines of the Second Ordinary Session of the African...
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