Poor infrastructure is having a major impact on Africa's competitiveness.
The IFC's commitment to Africa is stronger than ever.
The US and EU will launch the feasibility study for the Zambia line.
Sub-Saharan Africa has an urgent need to expand its healthcare infrastructure.
The IFC invested US$11.5 billion across 40 countries.
Namibia, Eritrea and Tanzania have seen major growth in the first half of the year.
The two plants will each have a capacity of 133MW.
Annual investment of US$170 billon is needed up to 2030.
An Italian contractor will carry out the work.
Lobito Atlantic Railway will spend US$550 million upgrading infrastructure.