Poor infrastructure is having a major impact on Africa's competitiveness.
The IFC's commitment to Africa is stronger than ever.
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 expansion takes the plant’s total installed capacity to 1,520MW.
Annual investment of US$170 billon is needed up to 2030.
The border post between South Africa and Zimbabwe has been redeveloped as a public-private partnership.
2,000 kilometres of fibre network to be laid along Zimbabwe's rail system.
Groundbreaking for the project is expected in December.