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CPCS prepares Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa Report 2021-2023

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CPCS to deliver Infrastructure Consortium for Africa’s (ICA’s) Infrastructure Financing Trends (IFT) in Africa Report 2021-2023, a publication recognized and used by stakeholders as a key resource for guiding policies and infrastructure development across the continent.

CPCS will infuse the 2021-2023 report with new data highlighting the growing role of private funding in financing Africa’s infrastructure.

Key points

  • Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2021-2023 will be ICA’s 12th IFT in Africa report.

  • The report will feature new financing trends such as green infrastructure finance and the increased involvement of emerging countries.

  • CPCS specializes in infrastructure finance and delivers data-driven research globally.

Quotes

Ronkey Idji, CPCS Senior Consultant, Emerging Markets:

“CPCS works extensively in Africa and has a deep understanding of the continent’s distinct challenges and opportunities to deliver an improved and insightful report that paints a clear picture of infrastructure investment.”  

Mamoudou Bocoum, CPCS Vice President, African markets:

“CPCS will leverage its internal data analytics and visualization team to produce the Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa Report 2021-2023.”

Context

In a statement by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa, “Total commitments in 2020 were 10% lower than in 2019, largely because of the impact of COVID-19.” In other words, the COVID-19 pandemic worsened Africa’s infrastructure financing gap, strained government budgets, and underlined the need for more private investment.

The Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa Report 2021-2023 will spotlight these financing opportunities and their crucial roles in closing the gap and sustaining infrastructure development in Africa.

About Infrastructure Consortium for Africa

The Infrastructure Consortium for Africa aims to provide all Africans with sustainable and reliable infrastructure services. ICA facilitates infrastructure development and mobilizes financial and technical resources in four sectors: water, transport, energy, and information and communication technologies (ICT).

ICA’s goals include increasing financial support for sustainable African infrastructure, fostering cooperation among members and finance sources, addressing policy and technical constraints, and generating valuable knowledge.

To achieve these goals, ICA publishes the Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa Report, which provides in-depth analysis and insights into Africa’s infrastructure financing landscape.

More about CPCS

CPCS is an advisor to infrastructure leaders with a comprehensive understanding of the infrastructure finance value chain in Africa.

Our firm’s expertise spans public, private, and PPP sector investments, supported by extensive experience conducting research and analyses, and developing strategies and plans for African institutions and economic communities on regional and cross-border infrastructure projects.

Previous ICA reports

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2019-2020

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2018

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2017

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2016

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2015

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2014

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2013

Infrastructure Financing Trends in Africa 2012

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