Public & Private Partnerships (PPP) are key for Africa’s economic development, business and public sector leaders have agreed.
This comes at the back of Africa PPP 2019, which gathers together global perspectives in and around Africa.
Arguably Africa’s most insightful gathering of Water, Energy and Infrastructure stakeholders, industry leaders set out to strengthen their resolve in fully utilizing the continents PPPs arrangements for the greater good of empowering the Africa’s people.
Themed, ‘Accelerating Infrastructure & Energy projects across Africa’, this glittering spectacle has been running successfully for a decade.
Moreover, Africa PPP has become a key platform for Public-Private stakeholders to meet, discuss, debate and share Infrastructure investment plans.
According to organisers, this year’s conference set out to be South Africa’s most established platform for reducing the infrastructure gap.
This would be achieved by using a collaborative approach between the public and private sectors to effectively, efficiently and economically implement infrastructure projects.
Held from October 22-24, the conference also included an interactive workshop consisting of informative presentations, group discussions and case study directed at defining the best practices for PPP project preparation.
In addition, the conference explored the recent trends in infrastructure project finance, debated investors perspectives on project investment, discussed IPPP’s and renewable project opportunities and showcased transport, energy and waste regional partnerships.