Water, energy, transport. The quantification of financial needs to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or for infrastructure projects in Africa has been the subject of numerous estimates. These can vary quite a lot depending on the objectives chosen (what level of optimal infrastructure are we aiming at, basic infrastructures for all, or improved infrastructures for a majority?), The methods employed (what assumptions made about demographic evolution, the evolution of the rate of urbanization, the cost and the lifetime of the technologies?) and the organizations that made them.
With our partners,
BASSAM INVESTMENT GROUP offers the central structure, and the technical expertise required for communal projects.
The first step is always to develop a strategy based on the legal, economic, social and territorial realities
Depending on the needs, we could look furthermore on projects, either local or regional corridor one.
The cost of developing the infrastructure needed to meet Africa's economic growth can not be fully covered by public resources.
Private investment can respond to a specific demand that takes into account the relatively small size of several markets, which raises the question of the profitability of the investment.
Expected results must respond to the problem of sustainable development that must be understood without sacrificing current generations.
The results must meet the needs of the territories without having a lasting impact on the cash position of the states.
The results should include a large share of technology transfer and focus on systems that can be maintained under local operational conditions (focus on local recruitment and training).