Poor infrastructure is having a major impact on Africa's competitiveness.
The IFC's commitment to Africa is stronger than ever.
MoUs were signed for renewables, technology and manufacturing projects.
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 project is billed as the first facility in Sub-Saharan Africa to combine wind and solar energy in one location.
Annual investment of US$170 billon is needed up to 2030.
A 10-acre plot of land has been set aside in Lusaka.