Côte d’Ivoire has an exceptional infrastructure with a network exceeding 8,000 miles (13,000 km) of paved roads; modern telecommunications services; cellular phones and Internet access; 2 active ports; rail links-in the process of being upgraded; regular air service within the region; and real estate developments for commercial, industrial, retail, and residential use. Côte d’Ivoire’s location and connections to neighbouring countries makes it a preferred platform from which Europeans conduct West African business operations.
Ivory Coast has stepped up public investment programs and plans to invest in capital in order to provide significant spending on economic infrastructure needed to sustain growth. Because of the private sector activity, continued infrastructure development will remain.
The upcoming Stieglier’s Gorge Hydroelectric Power Station will be creating more power and jobs for the Tanzanian people. The need: Whilst Tanzania has many forms of energy, there are barriers that prevent them from working effectively. Tanzania has abundant energy...read more
Africa’s first solar-powered seawater desalination plant, the OSMOSUN plant, has produced more than 10 000 kℓ of drinkable water. This plant was created to respond to the water crisis facing the Western Cape in recent years, the worst drought this century has...read more