Africa PPP returns to Morocco this October

Africa PPP returns to Morocco this October

Africa PPP returns to Morocco this October

Africa’s leading public-private partnership industry players will convene in Morocco this October for the 14th Africa PPP Summit taking place on 22 – 24 October 2024, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Casablanca, Morocco, just as the country begins to prepare to co-host the 2030 FIFA World Cup football tournament with multibillion dollar infrastructure projects lined up.

Organised by AMETrade Ltd , Africa PPP is the longest-running annual infrastructure investment and development event focussed on Africa and the effective use of PPPs and private sector investment to finance, build, operate and maintain the continent’s vital infrastructure. Africa has a significant infrastructure development deficit with an annual financing gap estimated at more than USD100 billion.

Africa PPP brings forth solutions by convening, face to face, key public & private sector stakeholders within Africa and beyond, creating qualified business connections among industry decision makers and deal makers to craft innovative infrastructure financing and development partnership models in economic growth enabling sectors such as energy, transport, and water among others.

This year’s theme “Scaling up PPPs to address Infrastructure Investment Gaps” underscores the critical role of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and private sector participation in developing infrastructure across Africa as a solution to bridge the continent’s multi-billion-dollar annual infrastructure development financing gap.

The 14th edition will specifically aim to scale up infrastructure build by showcasing bankable African PPP and mega infrastructure projects with a focus on connecting project owners/developers with investors and contractors to accelerate the closure of the funding gap and help solve Africa’s infrastructure challenges.

Africa PPP 2024 will include specific project presentations across the renewable energy, water, transport, energy transmission and digital technology sectors plus large cross border projects, providing infrastructure investors and financiers with a one stop window into billions of dollars’ worth of the most attractive African infrastructure investment opportunities.

The 14th Africa PPP summit is not just an event; it’s a catalyst for change in Africa’s development landscape. With resounding success and a commitment to excellence, it’s empowering the continent and reshaping the future of PPPs while attracting investment for sustainable, climate resilient infrastructure expansion.

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