|Algeria||Chad||Eswatini (formerly Swaziland)||Liberia||Namibia||South Africa|
|Benin||Congo, Democratic Republic||Gabon||Madagascar||Nigeria||Sudan|
|Burkina Faso||Djibouti||Ghana||Mali||Sao Tome and Principe||Togo|
|Cabo Verde||Equatorial Guinea||Guinea-Bissau||Mauritius||Seychelles||Uganda|
|Central African Republic (CAR)||Lesotho||Mozambique||Somalia||Zimbabwe|
Frailed African projects
The World Bank‘s private arm, the International Finance Corporation, has found that only half of its Africa projects succeed.
Integrating Infrastructural Projects
With a projected market of 2 billion people in 2050, Africa still has vast infrastructure needs, and the opportunities for investment abound. In the energy sector, increases in connections to households and businesses, including industries, will require more electricity flowing into national and regional distributions systems. Cross Border interconnections are critical to allow countries less endowed with energy resources to access more reliable and cost efficient supply from their neighbouring countries.
AU Flagship Projects
The flagship projects of Agenda 2063 refers to key programmes and initiatives which have been identified as key to accelerating Africa’s economic growth and development as well as promoting our common identity by celebrating our history and our vibrant culture. The Flagship projects encompass amongst others infrastructure, education, science, technology, arts and culture as well as initiatives to secure peace on the continent.
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