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PROJECT OPPORTUNITIES

Angola

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

1. Construction of School with 18 classrooms; 2. Construction of School with 24 classrooms; 3. Construction of Hotel with four floors and 45 bedrooms

Infrastructure, Logistics 1.25

Developing Construction - Sand moving - Developing Foundations - Developing Up structure - Roof Steel structure - Deploying electricity system - Deploying Hydraulic System - Deploying Ceramic solutions - Painting

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Education & Skill Development 1.20

We are candy manufacturer. In near future we will start lollypop, bubble gum and many more products.

Education & Skill Development, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing, Trade 0.00

Australia

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

The Village at Redcliffe had ambitions of being a model of clean, green thinking and sustain-ability in aged care. As the cost of power and water continue to esca-late, The Village wanted their clients to rest easy in their insulated climate controlled villa’s safe in the knowledge that aims at minimizing the utility costs. In this master planned development we included community power, DRM controllers to create energy efficient smart housing, it has given our clients the competitive advantage over other developments. Our smart energy development features technologies and design approaches to make the homes more comfortable and use less energy and has saved the developer in energy infrastructure costs. www.opeenergy.com.au

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Power & Energy 0.50

Azerbaijan

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure 0.09

Bahrain

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure 0.79

Benin

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

We have 33 000 hectares of forest to develop we need partner

Agriculture & Allied Services, Power & Energy 0.10

Burkina Faso

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Import-Export of educative materials

Agriculture & Allied Services, Education & Skill Development, Information and Communication Technology 1.00

Cameroon

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Having noted that Africa in general and Cameroon in particular, in terms of communication services and electrical energy, the demand is increasing, the needs are increasing, Delectability and telecommunications companies are unable to meet the demand. Our goal is to create not only several between the different countries that have a lag on the communication technology, by this very fact we want to be pioneers in the distribution of the material of its services. Based on these national and international experts, we did a fairly thorough study and we found the profitability of this market. the communication market is increasing every year by about 10 to 20%. this market amounts to OUR OBJECTIVES & CHALLENGES: - Exploit this market and expect to capture a 10-20% market share. - Production of broadband equipment meeting consumer requirements - Conquer the market for the supply of 3G and 3G+ technology equipment and in the long term 4G and 5G, also switch to UMTS technologies. ; - Earn $42.2 million by year four, with a gross margin of 31.7%. The production costs of VSAT equipment and transmission antennas will create a very strong net margin. - . Access to information is expensive nowadays. Our goal is also to make access to information available to people in landlocked areas in order to limit rural and international exodus at a price accessible to all social strata. As the current market for telecommunications services is open, we are going to make “a social economic project”.

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Information and Communication Technology, Power & Energy 20.00

Table Fish Production . one part of the production is oriented for the local market and the other part is made for the international sale. it is a project with a social character, it generates several jobs (about 300 so half is direct). In order to combat famine, fish after rice is a staple of food. For the realization of this project, we have already at our disposal a stream (river) and agreements have already been signed with the administrative and rural authorities mainly including the local populations. a social aspect is included in the project, namely the creation of a school farm to favour small local producers.

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Agriculture & Allied Services 6.50

This food (but and soy) production project aims to find a wheat flour alternative that is becoming scarce and expensive on the international market. We were keen to produce locally these two foods that are part of the eating habits of populations, but also through their waste, they are used in the nutrition of poultry and fish. we want it mechanized to the maximum to avoid the risks of accidents in the work, to allow a much better quality in the production.

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Agriculture & Allied Services 5.00

The aim of this project is to facilitate the integration into the working world of the least privileged sections of the population.

Education & Skill Development 3.50

Installation in Edea of a plant for the cold extraction of oil and avocado and the production of dried fruits. ,objective is aimed at the cosmetics sector and the reduction of the cost of off-season fruits.

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Agriculture & Allied Services 0.30

We have a 5,000 Social Housing Sale Construction project in Kribi. with our expertise, we want to build housing in the city of Kribi, port city and tourist city. Kribi has become one of the centres of attraction for investors. we want to participate in our own way in the urbanization plan of this seaside town. for this we are looking for {nancial and technical partners for the realization of this project. The business plan and {gures are available. NB: we are looking for {nancial partners, technical partners etc. the site of the project is located in kribi. we have an area of 50 hectares.

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Infrastructure 95.00

a project to build a factory for the production of biodegradable plastic packaging for the general public in Kribi. The business plan of all these projects are available. the project is backed by a field of production of maize, potato and cassava, in order to extract starch which is the main raw material useful for the production of biodegradable plastic packaging. the site for tuber cultivation is currently 400 hectares. an extension of 1000 hectares is possible.

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Trade 5.10

Need: Toles rolling machine. This machine will allows us to make toles in shell GUILLOTINE-SHEARS for cutting toles and other profiles HYDROLIC BENDING MACHINE for forming tubes and others types of profiles.

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Infrastructure, Manufacturing 6.50

Need: 04 manufacturing machinery, 01 electrogne group for supply in case of lack of energy 02 machines plastic packaging of bamboo toothpicks having the row materiel here. in case we have all the require machine we will produce it locally.

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Agriculture & Allied Services 3.50

our government imports the school chalk cahque year to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars. we have already done studies on the profitability of the project. we wish to have 03 school chalk production line and make ainis our own brand of chalk. the creation of this production plant will solve a deficit that our country is facing.

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Education & Skill Development, Manufacturing 3.50

creation of a geothermal power plant (renewable energy) the creation of this plant will allow us to overcome and supplement the problem of energy in our country . we have an energy deficit in our country and in neighbouring countries. energy being the basis of industrialization, we want to note how to make a contribution to the process of industrialization of Africa in general and of our country participate.we have the expertise and we also have several hot springs in several regions of our country.

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Power & Energy 330.00

Creation of several hospitals in several regions of the country with the latest generation of technical trays. We started from the observation that there is a glaring lack of technical platforms in the health field. we have for example: 1. lack of dialysis and hemodialysis equipment, 2.lack of technical support for cancer treatment, 3.lack of equipment for orthopaedic surgery; 4. lack of endoscopy and imaging facilities; 5. the absence of centres for cardiology, urology, 6. lack of radiotherapy centre and radiology. all these instruments contribute to their way of increasing the mortality rate in several African countries. Since our company is in the field of building, for the construction of modern health centers in many regions of the country, we have sufficiently supported to ensure the constructions to the international standard.

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 235.00

Creation of a plant for the manufacture of non-woven biodegradable packaging. In order to effectively combat plastic pollution, we have the idea of creating a non-woven biodegradable packaging manufacturing plant. This will effectively reduce plastic pollution.

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Manufacturing, Trade 15.00

Creation of an industrial coconut plantation with a processing plant for products and derivatives. health products cosmetics

Agriculture & Allied Services, Manufacturing 6.50

Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) - Cameroon The Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) – Cameroon is a public administrative institution created on 1st September 2005 and commissioned on the 22nd January 2010 with legal personality and financial autonomy placed under the technical supervision of the Secretariat general of the Presidency of the Republic and under the financial supervision of the Ministry of Finance. DUTIES OF IPA The duty of the agency is, in conjunction with the relevant Government services and public and private bodies, is to contribute to designing and implementation of Government’s investment promotion policy in Cameroon. As such its responsibilities include: • Promoting the brand image of the Cameroon abroad; • Participating in the establishment and improvement of an enabling and conducive environment for investments in Cameroon; • proposing every measures aimed at attracting investors into Cameroon; • collecting information on various investment opportunities in Cameroon and disseminating them to the business community; • setting up a database of projects at the disposal of investors; • welcoming, assisting and guiding investors at all stages of the development of their investment projects; • Proposing every measure likely to improve on the implementation of sectorial codes. IPA AS A SERVICE PROVIDER TO THE PUBLIC. IPA also provides investors with the following public services: • welcoming, assisting and guiding foreign and domestic investors in the stages of setting up investment projects; • receiving and processing applications for approval to one of the privileged regimes provided for in the Investment Charter as well as to the Structural Projects Regime instituted by the General Tax Code; • obtaining the necessary visas for the execution of the investment programmes of approved enterprises and for the stay of their foreign personnel in Cameroon; • providing assistance to approved companies and the steps necessary for execution of their investment programmes; • establishing, in conjunction with the relevant technical services, simplified administrative procedures by type of activity; • Monitoring and controlling the execution of commitments subscribed by the approved companies. PRIORITY SECTORS OPENED FOR INVESTMENTS • Agriculture and agro industry; • Tourism & ecotourism; • Real estate & low cost housing; • Energy & water supply; • Information and Communication Technology; PUBLIC – PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS • Road infrastructure; • Airport, seaport and railway infrastructures; • Power and hydraulic infrastructures; • Agro pastoral projects; • Mining and industrial infrastructures; • Urban and social development; • Other infrastructures in ICT, tourism and leisure; CRITERIA FOR ELIGIBILITY • creation of employment (5 to 25 million FCFA per quarter for employing Cameroonians); • Use of local national resources (10 – 25% of used resources); • Exports (company should export between 10 – 25% of its annual revenue). • Contribute to value added to the tune of 10 to 30% of turnover revenue excluding taxes; Contact: Investment Promotion Agency (IPA) Phone No.: (+237) 654 82 71 16/654 82 69 59 Email: info@investincameroon.net Alternate e-mail: inquiries@investincameroon.net Website: www.investincameroon.net CHO ROBERT MOKA MULTILATERAL CORPERATION SERVICE IPA-CAMEROON.

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Other 100000.00

This project comprises of the construction of 1000 type t2 homes in Cameroon and to acquire heavy duty equipments for land scrapping,tarring and other road related works in Cameroon. THE PROJECT AIMS AT REDUCING THE DEFICIT IN DECENT HOUSING IN THE COUNTRY

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Trade 44.32

Located at the armpit of Africa, Cameroon is the main entry point for goods bound for neighbouring landlocked countries like the Central African Republic, Gabon and Chad. These countries rely on Cameroon's ports (Douala and Kribi) for their import and export operations. This remarkably increases the volume of goods passing through these ports. Time is money, and cargo passage time at the port and the time the cargo takes to travel to its destination along with associated transportation risks definitely has an impact on the cost and value of the merchandise. It is with a view to reduce port dwell times that the Cameroon National Shippers' Council has proposed anticipatory customs clearance procedures through the implementation of the Electronic Cargo Tracking Note. This document enables shippers to initiate customs clearance procedures even before their goods arrive at the destination port. In addition to this, the CNSC has embarked on the construction of trucker accommodation centres along the Douala/Kribi – Bangui/Ndjamena corridors to guarantee the safety of persons and goods. These facilities stationed along these corridors (Kribi/Douala - Ndjamena: 1819km, Kribi/Douala - Bangui: 1435km) provide rest areas and parking lots for truckers plying the corridor. Considering the distance, it will take a couple of days to have these goods arrive destination. Certainly, driving under very difficult and strenuous conditions. Driving for long hours on not very good roads exposes drivers to accidents which also puts their cargo at risk. The CNSC trucker accommodation centres are there to give drivers an area where they can rest, park their trucks away from the busy highways, and guarantee the safety of their goods while they rest. All these services are paid services but the rates applied are very affordable. The high affluence of truckers is what guarantees the financial productivity of these facilities in the near future. The CNSC already has three of such facilities up and running. The first is the Dibamba trucker facility situated a few kilometres from the Douala seaport (Littoral Region). The second is the Ngoulentang trucker facility (Centre Region) situated along the road leading to the Eastern region of Cameroon and there is a third in Kribi (South Region). Three others are envisaged one of which is situated in Kousseri (Far North Region), a few metres from Cameroon’s border with Chad. The foundation stone for the Garoua-Boulai (East Region) trucker accommodation centre has been laid and construction works are underway. The CNSC hopes to erect another facility of the nature in Ngoundere (Adamawa Region).

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Infrastructure, Logistics, Trade 1.00

TSEM TRACKING is a service of the company TSEM BUSINESS SERVICES SARL located in Douala and specialized in the geolocation of people and moving objects hereby offers you its services. TSEM Tracking, brings you solutions that allow companies to digitally transform the way they manage these mobile assets, while doing so in a responsible, sustainable and innovative way by providing value to the community.

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Consultancy, Information and Communication Technology, Logistics 0.05

study and construction of a center for sorting, packaging and conservation of fruits and vegetables in the urban centers of cameroon

Agriculture & Allied Services 8.40

Construction of 225kV power transmission lines between the RIS-RIN

Power & Energy 312.90

This project comprises of the construction of 1000 Type T2 homes in Cameroon and to acquire heavy duty equipments for land scrapping, tarring other road construction works. The project aims at reducing the deficit in decent housing in Cameroon, improve access to housing for low and intermediary income house holders, allow better management of urban sprawl, reduce the problem of precarious housing and spontaneous urban districts, ensure the creation of jobs.

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Infrastructure, Trade 44.32

it is a question for us of setting up products adapted to our market in the Central African sub-region, our products must be able to be competitive and meet international standards; we plan to make our production from the ground to the factory until the final transformation ,and making available to customers for the moment our plantations are already in production for certain foodstuffs and others will follow as soon as the activity will accelerate, notre coeur de metier etant l'informatique nous demeurons dans la quete de fournisseur pour avoir les bonnes offres en materiel informatique et en materiel de securite et bien sur les solutions et autres materiaux destinee a etre plus productifs et lus rentable reste dans notre champ de vision

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing, Trade 0.08

This project comprises of the construction of 1000 Type T2 homes in Cameroon and to acquire heavy duty equipments for land scrapping, tarring other road construction works. The project aims at reducing the deficit in decent housing in Cameroon, improve access to housing for low and intermediary income house holders, allow better management of urban sprawl, reduce the problem of precarious housing and spontaneous urban districts, ensure the creation of jobs.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Trade 44.32

SOLUTECHCM is a Cameroonian company offering goods and IT services at the cutting edge of modern technology. ,specialized in the integration and implementation of PGI/ERP solutions, GED, E-management, consulting, Web Services, training of company personnel as well as the study, supply and installation of IT Solutions and ,this, while providing follow-up, advice and after-sales service.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Power & Energy 1.00

SETTING UP OF DIALYSIS UNIT FOR 10 + 5 MACHINES WITH ALL ULTRA MODERN FACILITIES & ECONOMICAL BUDGET

Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 0.15

GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL

Other 0.00

FABRICATION D EMBALLAGE BIODEGRADABLE

Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Power & Energy 0.15

PROMOTE BILATERAL AND MULTILATERAL COOPERATION

Other 0.00

Chad

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Tractor Assembling

Agriculture & Allied Services 4.00

Tractor assembling

Agriculture & Allied Services 4.00

The National Agency for Investments and Exports has been created January 3rd 2008 and is the main gateway for all investors in Chad. Main missions: ? contribute to the implementation of the Government's investment promotion policy; ? undertake in the commercial, industrial and artisanal field, any development action and support to Chadian and foreign investors, likely to promote investments in Chad and exports of national products and services; ? It contributes to the achievement of the objectives set for the 2030 horizon: Increase investments in strategic sectors and diversify the economy;

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Other 0.00

Cereal production

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.75

Agricultural production

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.85

Aménagement hydroagricoles

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.00

China

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

!Nara Namib Industrial Estate measuring 441.5 hectares in Port of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region which is zoned for heavy industrial activities, of which 200 hectares is available for the development of large-scale targeted industry such as oil refinery and related downstream activities. The project is an initiative of the Ministry of Industrialization and Trade (MIT) through the Namibia Industrial Development Agency (NIDA) aimed at promoting investment, Job creation, and ‘Growth at Home Strategies’ through various Government partnership frameworks. The project is strategically located on the outskirts of Walvis Bay, adjacent to Dune 7, a famous natural attraction, at the source of its origin. In addition, there is another land measuring 34 hectares which consists of 9 partially serviced erven. This portion of land is zoned for light industrial activities such as cold storage facilities and logistics hubs. Trade routes with direct access to the major road corridors, sea, and airport of Walvis Bay to take advantage of the logistic modalities adjacent to it and the soon-to-be-established Logistics Corridor.

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Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing 36.00

Namibia Industrial Development Agency is managing the Naute Agricultural Project on land measuring 1,500 hectares located next to the Naute Dam, about 45 km outside the town of Keetmanshoop, Karas Region. The project produces primarily dates and table grapes for export, while pomegranates, pecan nuts, and prickly pears are produced as additional crops. The land under production comprises of 120 hectares dates and 80 hectares of table grapes leaving a balance of 1,300 hectares for further expansion of production and other products such as lucerne and sugar. The current facilities at Naute Project include a table grape packaging complex, an implement storage, and workshop, an administrative building as well as staff accommodation. Namibia imports most of the table grapes, pomegranates, pecan nuts, and prickly pears. The remainder of the farmland presents an opportunity for the expansion of dates, table grapes production, sugar plantation, and processing as well as the production of lucerne. The opportunity, therefore, exists also for storage and processing facilities.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Manufacturing 0.00

The project was an initiative of the Government, with the main objective to establish a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Namibia for the production of generic medicines for human consumption. The project was expected to commence with the manufacturing of essential drugs such as ARVs, Anti-Malaria drugs and Antibiotics. The aim is to develop the plant to supply both the local and regional (SADC) markets. The initial target market will be the Central Medical Store (CMS) of MoHSS, whereby the Government is expected to commit at least 50% direct procurement from the plant. The manufacturing technology should preferably be sourced either from Europe or India depending on specifications. The plant will be designed in compliance with GMP of WHO. It was decided to locate the plant at Okahandja town where a site has been identified. A Business Plan was finalized in 2017 and architectural and technical drawings have been prepared.

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 40.00

Namibia Industrial Development Agency operates a Naute irrigation farm consisting of approximately 1500 hectares of land on a leasehold basis for the purpose of horticultural farming (primary and secondary), value addition as well as to make related improvements. The farm is situated right below the Naute dam and utilizes water from the dam for irrigation. Most of these operations such as pumping of bulk water from the dam, irrigation, cold storage facilities, and employee housing as well as administration block consume electricity about N$160,000.00 monthly. Hence NIDA intends to develop a 2 megawatt at a cost of N$15-20 million or as advised by the feasibility study in order to significantly reduce major operational costs at the farm as well as to generate additional income from power sales.

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Power & Energy 1.20

Congo (Republic of)

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

AGRICULTURE, EDUCATION AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT HEALTHCARE POWER AND ENERGY MINING

Agriculture & Allied Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Mining, Power & Energy 0.20

• Petroleum refining; • Metallurgy; • Food manufacturing; • Manufacture of beverages; • woodworking and manufacture of articles of paper or cardboard; • Printing and reproduction of records; • Information and communication; • Manufacture of chemical products; • Rubber and plastic work; • Manufacture of mineral materials; • Repair and installation of professional machines and equipment; • Manufacture of textile products; • Manufacture of articles of clothing; • Manufacture of electronic and computer products; • Manufacture of electrical equipment; • Artistic, sporting and recreational activities; • Support and office service activities; • Specialized, scientific and technical activities; • Financial and insurance activities; • production and distribution of electricity and gas; • Production and distribution of water, sanitation, waste treatment and depollution; • Wholesale and intermediary activistes

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Other 10.00

Construction of cement Plant 600TPD, Admin building and all facilities

Manufacturing, Mining 55.00

PROMOUVOIR L'IMAGE DE NOTRE PAYS

Other 1000.00

ELECTRIFICATION OF 12 REURAL COMMUNITIES IN THE REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Power & Energy 690.00

contribution of the law to new agribusiness development strategies in Central Africa: the case of a few innovations

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.00

Investing in renewable energies in the Congo: SME experiences

Power & Energy 0.01

Healthcare and education, we facing a big problem in our my country because we don't have good help care, and trade for India to Congo,

Consultancy, Education & Skill Development, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Trade 0.05

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

The sustainable infrastructure for sustainable conservation, the construction of a museum is of indispensable importance for the survival of the history of each people. It ensures the protection of its collections against theft and against degradation due to agents of ,any kind that may alter the integrity or good condition of the objects. Ce projet met en avant le patrimoine culturel congolais et se soucie de sa perpétuité d'où la conservation dans un musée répondant au normes internationales.

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Infrastructure, Logistics 3.00

Museum education and learning are intended as main elements for the perpetuity of a heritage and aims to promote access to culture in the broad sense of the term Each people says we draw our strength from our origin and this project will contribute ,effectively in strengthening the bonds of the people and aims to create links between the public and museum objects or subjects. This project will also allow us to develop suitable formats and methods for communicating our online content as well as our educational and interactive programs. ,adapted to target groups that allow the museum to fulfill its public mission

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Education & Skill Development 2.00

Set up a construction company specializing in:-buildings constructed with ecological materials.-ecological construction techniques (less pollutants, with minimal impact on the environment,...)-the specialized construction of bamboo works ,.-Training of construction professionals on ecological materials and implementation of these materials.

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Infrastructure 0.40

We want our staff to be trained in International Marketing We want our executives and agents to have in-depth knowledge of the importance of marketing, as a booster for any economic activity. To have the ability to carry out appropriate actions with international markets:- ,Export strategies;-Foreign direct investment strategies;-Licensing strategies;-Franchise strategies;-Joint venture strategies.Product labeling training

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Other 0.20

glory matumona Executive Officer chez Embassy Of India Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo 10 followers 10 connections

Financial Services 1.00

We want our staff to be trained in International Marketing We want our executives and agents to have in-depth knowledge of the importance of marketing, as a booster for any economic activity. To have the ability to carry out appropriate actions with international markets:- ,Export strategies;-Foreign direct investment strategies;-Licensing strategies;-Franchise strategies;-Joint venture strategies.Product labeling training

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Other 0.20

Launch of a telecommunications satellite with applications for the army

Information and Communication Technology 280.00

Eswatini (Kingdom of)

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

The Project comprises the construction & furnishing of the New Parliament Building & consists of the following components: Civil Works, Building Works & Consultancy Services

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Infrastructure 0.00

Ethiopia

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Company established in Ethiopia and operational from 2015. Company is stratergic investment in Ethiopia with linkage from farm to Fashion. The company procures local cotton and manufacture cotton yarn denim fabric and garmentsalso. The company has been pivotol in changing the cosystem ofjeans textile industry in the country. Today more than 60 companies are operational manufacturing jeans . The company has integrated the thousands cotton famers with the garment industries. The net forex gain to country due to export and import substition is huge and has been appreciated by the government of Ethiopia.

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Manufacturing 50.00

The Project is an advanced fully permitted ready for build-out to production (“Fully Permitted Ready-for-Build-Out to Production”) potash project located at Dallol in the Danakil Depression, Afar Region of Ethiopia. The Project, upon commissioning after the build-out of the mine, will specialize in delivering primary Sulphate of Potash (“SOP”), the higher quality and premium priced form of potash compared to Muriate of Potash (“MOP”), while producing the SOP without having to apply the Mannheim process (an expensive and carbon contributing process usually used to produce 50-60% of the world’s SOP supply today). The Project will produce potash at the lowest production cost in the world.

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Mining 411.00

Finland

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Global Leadership

Education & Skill Development 0.00

France

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Looking for new partners to distribute agricultural machines in some non covered area in West African countries: Nigeria, Togo, Guinea, Gabon, Chad, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Manufacturing 3.00

Gabon

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Aom Group and Government of Gabon has set two main objectives to Gurantee Gabons food and nutritional security and to develop its agricultural potential, to achive these objectives we have done a joint venture and created Gabons first Agriculture economic zone in the name of AFPZ GABON , the government has integrated into the economic recovery plan in the agriculture sector as Gabon imports near about 800 millions USD yearly and the plan is to reduce the food import by 50% by 2027 , We in the project will provide all the infrastructure and logistics facility , the will be a SINGLE WINDOW for the investors to invest , we will provide them with fully equiped agro lab , complete warehousing zone with positive negative and standard cold sotrages , a solar power plant of 10 MW, a complet water treatment plant with storage, a food processing zone where investor can plant their production and process it for the local market and international export market, a housing zone of 150 houses there will be complete package for the agro industry in our project.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Logistics 0.00

SPECIALISE IN DEFENCE SECTOR

Defence, Education & Skill Development 0.00

PROJECT IS TO DEVELOP AND AGRICULTURE SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE IN GABON

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.00

GABONS FORST AGRICULTURE ECONOMIC ZONE

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.00

Germany

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Project Consultant and Business Development

Manufacturing 0.01

Ghana

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

During the covid Era, the Road And Highways Ministry under the auspices of the Government of Ghana under the sanctioned the immediate dessilting of some major gutters in the regional capitals across the country. My company made a bid and won some of the contracts to dessilt some major gutters within the Eastern Region

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Infrastructure 0.02

Gravel mining in Cameroon we have ten thousand acres of land in Cameroon full of stones for gravels business

Agriculture & Allied Services, Logistics, Mining, Trade 2.35

Training of Youth in ICT and Development

Education & Skill Development, Information and Communication Technology 600.00

Xhanuki Pharmaceuticals is seeking to establish a medical disposables firm and take advantage of the tonnes of plastic waste that has become a burden to the country and process them into medical and agricultural gloves. The aim of this project is to first to save ACCRA from flooding when it rains because of gutters that are choked by plastic waste, secondly to help reduce unemployment rate in Ghana by providing jobs for the youth which to a large extent will help minimize social vises and also to generate foreign exchange into the country through exports of manufactured products to neighboring countries.Lastly tax contributions from the company will help in infrastructure development

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 2.50

NOW HUMAN CAPACITY, MACHINERY, INFRASTRUCTURE, EQUIPMENT, PROJECTING CAPITAL, MARKET ANALYSIS

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.00

The FUTECH program, launched by the Genius IT Foundation, is a visionary initiative aimed at cultivating a new generation of young minds who will not only be exposed to cutting-edge technology early on, but also be equipped with a deep understanding of how it can be leveraged to make a meaningful impact on the lives of people in Ghana, Africa, and beyond. By starting with their local communities, the program seeks to inspire a sense of ownership and responsibility among young people towards the technological challenges and opportunities facing Africa today. At its core, the FUTECH program is a response to the multifaceted technological constraints and obstacles facing Africa, particularly Ghana. From inadequate infrastructure to limited access to education and training opportunities in technology, to a shortage of skilled professionals who can create and implement technology solutions that meet the unique needs of the local population, Africa's technological landscape is fraught with challenges that demand urgent attention. Through the FUTECH program, young people will be empowered with the knowledge and skills needed to drive technological innovation and entrepreneurship in Ghana and Africa, thereby paving the way for sustainable economic growth and development. With specific objectives such as improving technology infrastructure, promoting innovation and entrepreneurship, developing a highly skilled workforce, and harnessing technology to address pressing social and economic challenges, the FUTECH program holds the promise of a brighter future for Africa.

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Education & Skill Development, Information and Communication Technology 8.00

THIS CONTRACT IS FOR THE SUPPLY OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENTS TO THE TRUST HOSPITAL .

Consultancy, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 0.20

We deal in farm machineries and equipment and supply to farmers in Ghana and West Africa. We also engages in farming and cultivate maize, soya beans, millet, cassava and plantain and supply to food processing companies in Ghana.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure 0.30

SUPPLY OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TO TRUST HOSPITAL

Consultancy, Information and Communication Technology 0.20

NON-TRADITIONAL EXPORTS

Financial Services 0.00

NON TRADITIONAL EXPORT

Financial Services 0.00

IDIF

Financial Services 0.00

Looking for truck for the haulage

Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Logistics 0.07

IDIF

Financial Services 0.00

SEWING SCHOOL UNIFORMS FOR SCHOOL IN GHANA

Manufacturing 0.01

Planting of pharmaceutical industry,real estate,mining of salt and Gold,agriculture in it higher capacity as the lands are already ava,food processing,Educational institutions formation all in Ghana and other part of African countries we do have strong ties ....details of the project can be explained to the interested person

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Education & Skill Development, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Mining, Trade 90.00

Company is basically into the manufacturing of Pepper Paste.Onion Paste and Garlic Paste packaged in cans.We have six products to our credit.It is an Agro-Based company that has added value to the some of the agricultural raw materials. At the moment the company is seeking to expand as we are at the growth stage.This means an awareness creation will be needed to penetrate deeply into both the local and international fields. We will also want to increase our capacity as a company so we are also looking into an investment to securing capital equipment to enable us produce more.(Machinery) We will also want to build up a strong working capital because that is the life blood of every business.The entire project is centered on marketing with respect to business promotion,Capital equipment ,Working Capital, technical training and raw materials.

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Manufacturing 0.30

Empowering Women in Agriculture through access to Mechanization, Technology & Capacity Building

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.00

The Ghana Free Zones Authority was set up to provide a one-stop service center for free zone investors and to enable businesses also set up in the Special Economic Zones (SEZs). The Authority's primary role is to license, regulate and monitor activities in the Free Zones and SEZs in the Tema, Takoradi, Kumasi, and three other potential zones in Accra. Other functions of the Authority are; Assist license applicants with the requisite information needed to secure approvals, permits, and other facilities. Examine and recommend for approval, agreements, and treaties relating to the development of the free zone. Monitor the activities, performance, and development of Free Zone Developers and Enterprises. Perform such other functions as incidental to the preceding Help Businesses locate in Ghana

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Trade 0.00

TO DEVELOPE AN EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Agriculture & Allied Services, Manufacturing 20.00

We import and export general goods .we export timber especially teak,wood charcoal, maize or corn,cashew,coconut; we import packing items,machines, electricals among others.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Trade 0.06

The Ghana Export Promotion Authority and the Exim Bank of Ghana is promoting the cultivation of yam to boost the export drive of yam to the world market. A 100acres of land is available for the cultivation starting in October 2023

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Agriculture & Allied Services 0.10

Reroy has been at forefront of designing, developing and manufacturing electrical and electronic systems of high quality across chosen Defence segments that have reinforced its credentials as ‘protectors of the nation,’ by executing mega communication network scheme through its OFC business with in it country of origin and the sub African state.

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Education & Skill Development, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Power & Energy 120.00

Rural electrification Projec

Power & Energy 0.00

Great Britain

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

The Agbara 2.0 vision which includes key upgrades to the existing infrastructure between 2021 and 2025 which includes, among others; High speed broadband fibre internet delivered by MTN New solar streetlights A 100MW independent power plant New access control facilities and procedures Renewed internal roads Residential and warehousing developments Amenities, leisure and relaxation facilities

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Education & Skill Development, Infrastructure 1.00

The Southfields by Aspire Homes project began as a means to meet the need to provide for the burgeoning industries at Agbara Estate and to ensure that the housing needs were in place to meet the growth and innovation in the area. The SOUTHFIELDS is a +2,600 units residential development and includes a wide a variety of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms units of apartments, semi and full detached houses, town houses, villas and plots of land, all safely located within the gated and secure renowned Agbara Estate.

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Other 1.00

The Development at Milverton Road currently consists of two 7 storey towers housed in a prime CBD location on the newly reconstructed Milverton Road in Ikoyi, Lagos. The two towers are structured as such; Block A (7 Storeys, 12 units): Ground Floor: Consisting of a reception area, changing rooms, parking spaces and maintenance office. 5 floors with two wings: each wing consists of a spacious 3-bedroom luxury apartment. 2 Duplex penthouses: Two 4-bedroom duplex penthouses set over two floors and each boasting wrap around terrace balconies. Block B (7 Storeys, 14 units): Ground Floor: Consisting of a reception area, changing rooms, parking spaces and maintenance office. 6 floors with two wings: each wing consists of a spacious 3-bedroom luxury apartment. 2 Penthouses: Two 2-bedroom penthouses boasting wrap around terrace balconies. LandAfrique has been approached by 4 globally renowned hotel companies to operate and manage the development and is seeking an Equity partner to drive the project to completion.

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Other 10.50

The Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation with an official mandate from the Commonwealth Heads of Government to facilitate trade and investment throughout the 56 Commonwealth member nations. The role of CWEIC is to use the convening power and trusted network of the Commonwealth to drive trade and investment. Our network includes over 120 business and government strategic partners from 35 countries and territories including Standard Chartered, Dangote Group, CII, Zenith Bank, Trade & Investment Queensland and the Governments of Bangladesh, Gabon, The Maldives and Antigua and Barbuda. Every two years, CWEIC hosts the Commonwealth Business Forum in association with the host country of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). Through our extensive and trusted network of contacts and relationships at the highest levels of Commonwealth Governments, business, multi-lateral institutions, and academia, CWEIC is able to link members with the right decision makers. It facilitates and hosts targeted trade missions, business forums and networking events, thought leadership webinars, bespoke investment programmes and strategic introductions to support members in their bids to win new business.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Mining, Power & Energy, Trade 0.00

Guinea

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

The PMCR project is based on three (3) compositions:-Component 1: Rehabilitation of rural roads and small community facilities.-Component 2: Capacity building for road maintenance and road safety.-Component 3: Management of ,project

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure 4.00

Cultivation of market gardening products; Cultivation of fruits and vegetables; Packaging of agricultural products; Importation of agricultural products;

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing 1.00

we want to participate in the 18 em exit Bank conclave in order to find partners in the gold and diamond business and trade

Mining, Trade 6.00

2 Highway with Toll road of 35 km each

Infrastructure 350.00

business general trader

Financial Services, Information and Communication Technology, Logistics, Mining, Trade 5.00

fund the partner in our business manufacturing refinery gold in guinea

Logistics, Manufacturing, Mining, Trade 0.01

Guinea amusement park is a tourism, culture and sport project.

Financial Services, Infrastructure, Logistics 2.00

Create commercial lines between India and Guinea.

Trade 0.00

Our project aims to fight against malnutrition, tropical and chronic diseases, dermatoses through African medicinal plants transformed locally. We offer Moringa powder, seeds, leaves in sachets, boxes and tea. Then Gel ,shower and toothpaste. Finally antiseptic soaps and massage balms.

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing 2.70

Cultivation of 100 hectares of Moringa in Guinea for export.

Agriculture & Allied Services 2.70

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Manufacturing, Trade 1.00

economic housing bet means standing

Infrastructure 34.66

We have plans to extend our activities to other business sectors. ,We why we seek to meet other companies so that we can start other businesses and business opportunities.

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Infrastructure, Logistics, Mining, Trade 0.20

Production of Print Media

Education & Skill Development, Information and Communication Technology 0.05

grand conakry water project

Infrastructure 2000.00

Rural electricity

Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Power & Energy 200.00

Fertility and rice production

Agriculture & Allied Services, Information and Communication Technology 150.00

Funding and construction of 4 hydro power plants in the Republic of Guinea with the respective capacities: 250 MW, 114 MW,300MW,94 MW in form of EPC+F and BOO

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Infrastructure 0.00

The construction in form of EPC+F or PPP of an INDUSTRIAL PARK PROJECT LOCATION AND LEGAL STATUS Location: On the outskirts of the city of Conakry, Coyah prefecture, Kouriah district, 65 km from the Port. Area: 272 ha Land title: OCCUPATION Number of companies established: 15 companies benefiting from a contract ,lease with the State. Area allocated: 20 ha, i.e. an average of 1.33 ha per company Electricity supply: By autonomous thermal power stations installed by the companies, with a cumulative power of 12 MW. ,272 ha industrial park intended for the establishment of industrial companies of all sizes: very small companies (TPE), small and medium-sized companies (SME), large companies (GE). Components of the Park: a) Land and buildings ,industrial buildings, commercial buildings, an administrative building, buildings intended for the gendarmerie, police, civil protection, catering, hotel and housing services, green spaces, roads and car parks, b) an HT/ ,MT/BT, a 55 MW power plant, water production and distribution facilities, wastewater and solid waste treatment facilities (See development plan). Total project cost: 303.33 million USD ,.

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Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Trade 0.00

Prefinancing the Construction of 3000 housing units for Government Staff, Construction of 300 luxury villas with swimming pool,200 high standing houses,Construction of 3 story building (G+30) in partnership with State Government and Construction of a business center building (G+27) also in partnership with State Government.

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Financial Services, Infrastructure 0.00

Construction of one a 600 beds University Hospital, two community medical centers and one medical laboratory in formEPC+F

Consultancy, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure 0.00

Construction of a high way costal road (50 km) in form of BOT or BOO

Consultancy, Financial Services, Infrastructure 0.00

Taking over of an existing and operative bauxite mining company or exploiting a ready bauxite mine with the aim to establish a alumina refinery which mandatory, exploiting of an existing gold mine.

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Consultancy, Infrastructure, Mining 0.00

We intend to help fight against constipation, himoroid, blood pressure and diabetes. Then skin diseases such as: pimples, acne, itching, bad breath, bleeding gums, and dental caries.

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 2.20

Our project intends to position itself as cooperatives of Guinean Moringa farmers whose purpose is to supply food processing companies, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, poultry feed manufacturers around the world.

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Agriculture & Allied Services 1.00

It is a question of planting oil palms in order to produce palm oil which will be used not only for consumption but also for the manufacture of soaps and cosmetic products on the local and foreign market. ,products and the problem of employment: It aims to provide Guineans and foreigners with good quality cosmetic products of Guinean origin intended for the greater satisfaction of current and future needs, in the hope of also reducing the unemployment rate. ,3-Objectives of the project3.1 General objective Put factories for a process of transformation of palm nuts into palm oil for consumption, soaps and cosmetic products. ,3.2 Specific objectives?Planting of palm trees ?Transformation of palm tree nuts into palm oils ?Production of soaps ?Production of cosmetic products ?Marketing4-Expected results?Palm oil?Soaps?Cosmetic products

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Agriculture & Allied Services 0.07

make a chip shop of potato, yam, potato and cassava

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.05

Installation of a poultry farm with 30,000 laying hens and 70,000 broiler chickens, setting up of a modern broiler slaughter unit and a professional poultry and livestock feed factory unit.Culture ,intensive corn and soy over 1200 hectares

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Manufacturing, Trade 2.50

consulting defense security financial services logistics and trader

Consultancy, Defence, Financial Services, Logistics, Trade 0.00

the republic of Guinea is looking for a financial and technical partner to do a JV with the newly created national telecom company

Information and Communication Technology 0.20

The government of Tanzania is looking for a financial and technical partner to execute the Hydro Power Projects of: 1- 358 MW Rhuhudji 2- 222 MW Rumakali 3- 300 MW Kikonge Multipurpose power dam

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Power & Energy 1200.00

The republic of Guinea is looking for a finacial and technical partner to execute the water project that will increase the water supply to 200.000 cubic meters per day for the capital Conakry.

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Infrastructure, Other 440.00

investissment in security defenses logistics

Consultancy, Defence, Financial Services, Logistics 0.00

the project concerns the renovation and / or reconstruction of the SENAOUI city in the urban municipality of Matoto. ,the project site is a public domain, on which the National Agency for Urban Renovation (ANRU) would like to carry out urban renovation works in order to densify and modernize it in relation to its geographical location. ,the components of the project are: - feasibility studies of the project - realization of the works of redevelopment and reconstruction of the buildings - monitoring and control of the works

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Financial Services, Infrastructure 0.00

the project concerns the modernization of the site. ,this public domain now has redevelopment work, reconstruction of high-rise buildings and the necessary collective equipment. the components are: - feasibility studies - realization of redevelopment and reconstruction work - monitoring and control of work

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Financial Services, Infrastructure 0.00

We are looking for funding for the creation of a biodegradable packaging manufacturing plant

Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Trade 0.15

India

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

-An Innovative Service that Meets Current Society's Needs BACKGROUND. In his aim to contribute significantly to the development of the African continent and the whole of humanity, Mr. Kassiama, founder of SKG was a student in India and decided to start his own company in order to build a strong relationship between India and Africa offering the following services: Education, Technology, Trade, Finance, Consulting, Translation, Agriculture, Energy, Geotechnology. We specialize in the above sectors with high-quality goods, providing our customers with a reliable and efficient service that meets their unique needs. Our company was founded on the principles of honesty, integrity, and quality. We believe that a successful business is built on trust, and we strive to earn that trust every day by providing our customers with the highest level of service and support. Our team is comprised of experienced professionals who are dedicated to ensuring that every aspect of your import or export transaction is handled with care and precision. From sourcing and procurement to shipping and logistics, we work tirelessly to ensure that your goods are delivered on time and in perfect condition. We specialize in a wide range of products. Whether you're looking to import products from abroad or export your products to international markets, we have the expertise and resources to make it happen. At Company, we understand that every customer is unique, with their own specific needs and requirements. That's why we offer a personalized approach to every transaction, taking the time to understand your needs and working closely with you to develop a customized solution that meets your goals. We're committed to sustainability and ethical business practices, and we work only with suppliers and partners who share our values. We believe that doing business responsibly is not only the right thing to do, but also essential for long-term success. So if you're looking for a reliable and experienced partner for your innovative business needs, look no further than our company. With our commitment to quality, integrity, and customer satisfaction, we're the perfect choice for businesses of all sizes and industries. We have experts from different fields who can provide better business solutions across the globe. All our services are very competitive in price and quality. Being transparent, we aim to provide the best offers to our customers.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing, Mining, Power & Energy, Trade 0.02

The Government of BURKINA FASO is seeking a win-win Partnership with the below companies: JIO AIRTEL VODAFONE In Africa, the network telecommunication is middle strong compared to the rest of the world. However, the government of Burkina Faso is seeking a win-win long-term partnership with one of the above companies in order to conquer the whole of West Africa market which encompasses over 450 million plus inhabitants (16 countries). For more details of the project feel free to contact: Mr Abdul Gafur COMPAORE +919773626926 / +22676812843

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Mining, Power & Energy, Trade 40.00

Agri and Agrocessing Project - Poultry Farm of 200,000 Layer Birds

Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 5.00

Hospital Mining

Education & Skill Development, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Power & Energy, Trade 30.00

I wish to find a suitable,partner to invest in ensuring adequate quality development of both Africa and India,with the rate india is developing,Nigeria is a open business environment where investment strives and develops with maximum transparency

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure 0.10

The Project is an advanced fully permitted ready for build-out to production (“Fully Permitted Ready-for-Build-Out to Production”) potash project located at Dallol in the Danakil Depression, Afar Region of Ethiopia. The Project, upon commissioning after the build-out of the mine, will specialize in delivering primary Sulphate of Potash (“SOP”), the higher quality and premium priced form of potash compared to Muriate of Potash (“MOP”), while producing the SOP without having to apply the Mannheim process (an expensive and carbon contributing process usually used to produce 50-60% of the world’s SOP supply today). The Project will produce potash at the lowest production cost in the world.

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Mining 411.00

More than 500 Cr Outlay involving all asoects of Mine Development, Operations, Backfilling, Chrome Ore Beneficiation and Smelting.

Mining 110.00

The Project is an advanced fully permitted ready for build-out to production (“Fully Permitted Ready-for-Build-Out to Production”) potash project located at Dallol in the Danakil Depression, Afar Region of Ethiopia. The Project, upon commissioning after the build-out of the mine, will specialize in delivering primary Sulphate of Potash (“SOP”), the higher quality and premium priced form of potash compared to Muriate of Potash (“MOP”), while producing the SOP without having to apply the Mannheim process (an expensive and carbon contributing process usually used to produce 50-60% of the world’s SOP supply today). The Project will produce potash at the lowest production cost in the world.

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Mining 411.00

The Project is an advanced fully permitted ready for build-out to production (“Fully Permitted Ready-for-Build-Out to Production”) potash project located at Dallol in the Danakil Depression, Afar Region of Ethiopia. The Project, upon commissioning after the build-out of the mine, will specialize in delivering primary Sulphate of Potash (“SOP”), the higher quality and premium priced form of potash compared to Muriate of Potash (“MOP”), while producing the SOP without having to apply the Mannheim process (an expensive and carbon contributing process usually used to produce 50-60% of the world’s SOP supply today). The Project will produce potash at the lowest production cost in the world.

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Mining 41.00

Facilitation of Trade and Investment across varying sectors

Agriculture & Allied Services, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing, Power & Energy, Trade 1.00

Embassy of Zimbabwe

Agriculture & Allied Services, Information and Communication Technology 0.00

governement

Other 0.00

Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy 0.10

An HR professional with 20+years of experience & association with Acreaty since 2002 in heading the P/L responsibility of executive search, leadership hiring, contract staffing, RPO, Outsourcing of people, project & process at the Global level . Currently serving as senior most in Acreaty since 2011. She successfully identified new revenue-generation opportunities that enhance and promote Acreaty ’s Global Mission and Vision. Under her tenure, Acreaty emerged as a key market player PAN India in the past decade and has strongly positioned worldwide across Asia, USA, Africa and Middle East. Acreaty has a strong organizational vision to make presence in top 20 countries by the year 2020. .Covered by reputed media channels & national newspapers – The Economic Times, Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Statesman, The Indian Express, The Tribune & many others Executive Diploma Human Resource Management : XLRI JAMSHEDPUR Certifications : HR ANALYTICS : MSME Technology Development : Public Speaking & Presentation Skill : FICCI Ladies Organization : HR of the Future : Strategic Partner : FICCI Ladies Organization : Power Of Effective Recruitments : ERA Executive Recruiters Association : Member Of SHRM : Society for Human Resource Management

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Consultancy, Other 5.00

NowNow is on a mission to help Africans get access to financial services. We believe everyone should be the boss of how they control their money. We are a leading African B2B and B2C FinTech company whose mission is to deliver best in class financial services to SMEs, Agents and Consumers alike. We are building the world’s best technology that digitizes cash payments and provides financial empowerment for a better life for Africans.

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Financial Services, Information and Communication Technology 30.00

N/A

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.00

Solvent extraction plant.

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.80

vasileios.syros@jyu.fi

Education & Skill Development 1.00

EMBASSY OF BURKINA FASO

Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Mining 0.00

GPPD targeted energy-led green growth (low carbon, renewable); climate-resilient infrastructure; technology-led solutions for development; gender equality; public health; and sharing India's successful development interventions internationally in partnership with the UK.

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Consultancy, Other 0.00

We aim to establish a power plant in northern part of Nigeria to inorder to boost power supply. So far, we have purchased a refurbished 3MW back pressure steam turbine from India and it's currently on route to Nigeria. Our Target is to establish 50MW of power across different regions to boost productivity.

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Power & Energy 0.15

We have multiple enquiries about the importation of dried ginger from Nigeria to India. Currently, we are waiting for the purchase order for a 40ft container of ginger from Nigeria.

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Agriculture & Allied Services 0.03

my project is about developing an application that will help people to meet doctor from home by getting consultation and Medecin while staying home

Information and Communication Technology 0.10

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Defence 0.00

Please use keywords to specify the sub – sectors in greater detail (ex: Renewable Energy, Fertilizers, Packaging, Hospitals, Automobiles, Spare Parts, Equipment, Extraction, Water, Irrigation, Construction, etc.)

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Mining 436.46

Italy

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Business development activities in Europe, Business & Technical discussions. Development of new business and Europe Partnerships

Manufacturing 0.01

Ivory Coast (Cote d`Ivoire)

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

We are looking for partner for join venture project 120 W solar panel project

Infrastructure, Power & Energy, Trade 0.01

AGRO-VILLAGES GROUP, SA is built on solving these problems by creating a network of agricultural development hubs. This platform provides smallholder farmers in its network with a combination of training and cutting-edge technology for efficient food production to promote food security across the Sub-Saharan region. Imagine a network of Agricultural hubs as one-stop resource centers where farmers can find farming resources (Education, services, and products), and markets for their products. We envision modern and innovative food production to create Agricultural-related jobs in order to tackle women/youth unemployment and especially reduce poverty hunger and inequality. Cassava and Vegetables Cultivation Development Our plan is viewed to develop the cultivation of cassava (one of the main staple foods in Africa) as a food security crop, this will be 50% of our production’s activities. We’ll also intensify the cultivation of vegetables in our greenhouses and lands, and plan to develop livestock and fishing farms. Cassava as a food security crop Cassava plays a food security role in areas prone to drought, famine, and in periods of civil disturbances. The crop's ability to provide a stable food base is a function of its flexibility in terms of planting and harvesting strategies and because of its relative tolerance of poor soil and pests/disease problems. It is also widely appreciated as a low-cost carbohydrate source for urban consumers especially where it is available in convenient forms for working urban housewives. This project consists of transforming raw cassava into Cassava Cake (Paste) to facilitate the work of the producers of Attieke and Placali, and into HQCF (High-Quality Cassava Flour) as a substitute for wheat flour for bakers, pastry chefs, and culinary seasoning manufacturers. The project is an initiative aimed at guaranteeing constant quality in the production of Attieke, reducing the production costs of Attieke for producers in terms of time, and labor, and finally improving hygiene. Cassava flour is the response to reducing wheat flour importation. The project thus responds not only to the problem of outlets for cassava but also to the youth unemployment in rural areas because it aims to encourage more young people to start growing cassava. Clearly, this project aims to supply cassava paste and flour sequentially throughout the territory and in the sub-region with products that respect the rules of hygiene and food safety in terms of quality and quantity.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Logistics, Trade 6.00

The AfDB has 5 major areas of investments: energy, agriculture, regional integration, industrialization, health and education.

Agriculture & Allied Services, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Mining, Power & Energy, Trade 6000.00

Health and Infrastructure

Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 0.30

The FORABAT-CI project expands the core business of the agro-industry and provides new products for new and existing customers. for new or existing customers. This can be done by adapting the methods and processes of the agribusiness to the production of these new products and by establishing new relationships with different customers.

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Power & Energy 1.00

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Power & Energy, Trade 0.00

The 2030 Pharmaceutical and Vaccine Manufacturing Vision and Action Plan, guides Bank interventions in supporting development of local pharmaceutical and vaccine production capacities and enabling logistics, regulatory environment, R&D &technology transfer and skills. It seeks to invest 3 USD Billion in Africa's pharmaceutical sector by 2030.

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 3000.00

Kenya

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

To get networking and joining other creative artistes to grow my talents to more higher height.

Other 0.02

Looking for collaborations with Indian Hospitals to help us serve our patients better and formulate a referral mechanism and reimbursement models with Public & Pvt Insurance Companies,

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 0.10

Lesotho

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

The COVID 19 impact highlighted the vulnerability of the informal traders as well as the lack of social protection schemes to provide timely individual and business support, especially to those operating in the urban cities. to offer support to the informal traders the government of Lesotho lacked social registry systems. The size of the informal economy as a share of the GDP in Lesotho is one of the largest with most jobs expected to be created in the informal economy. the informal traders will continue to be the lifeblood of our economy. The existing problem is that the informality of the informal economy is low productivity, limited access to basic services and limited financial inclusion due to low earnings. the project goal is to scale up the social protection schemes for informal trader/workers in order to build resilience. The informal sector is heterogeneous and includes, in addition to the poor population, has some financial incapacity to save for retirement. For this group, the main challenge to extend coverage is the absence of savings schemes customized for their needs. Hence the need to establish the social protection insurance options to cover informal workers as well as self-employed. Failer to use the social protection intervention is limiting the potential strength of the informal economy in reducing the poverty and increasing the economic power of the use of electronic systems for doing business in the informal economy. The informal traders will be able to collect data, to offer financial Serivices for the traders such as access to business loans to 10 000 plus members in the cross border and food processing value chains.

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Financial Services, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing 0.27

SOCIAL PROTECTION MANY INFORMAL TRADERS NEED TO BE ASSISTED THROUGH COORDINATION OF THEIR SERVICES AND OR ITS VALUE CHAINS. INFORMAL TRADERS AS THE MAJOR COUNTRY ECONOMY DRIVERS NEED TO BE PROTECTED AS WELL AS THEIR SERVICES OR BUSINESSES. THE PROJECT SAYS IT IS HERE TO PROVIDE INSURANCE PACKAGES FOR THEM TO ENHACE THEIR WORK STATUS TO BE DIGNIFIED- THEY NEED PENSION FUND SCHYMES. THEY NEED TO BE GIVEN INVESTMENT PACKAGE OR SCHYEMS SO THAT THEY GET TO BUILD THEIR BUSINESSES PROTOYPES AND BUSINESS GROWTH TO BE RECOGNISED THROUGH THE MMSE's STAGES. CURRENTLY WE HAVE DATA BASE OF 13 000 MMSEs WHOM 1500 ARE IN CROSS BORDER TRADING ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TRADING, CLOTHES WE HAVE 3500 OF THEM WORKING IN THE TEN DISTRICTS. THE MEMBERS NEED TO BE CAPACITATED ALSO ON USE OF ADVANCED PAYMENT SYSTEMS WE NEED TO DEVELOP MEMBERSHIP CARDS WHICH THEY CAN USE TO PURCHASE THEIR STOCK TO BUILD LOYAL POINTS TO BUY IN BULK AND SET THE STOCK IN THE WHOLE SALE AT WHICH THEY WILL BUY AS WELL TO SELL TO THE MASSIVES.

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Financial Services, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing, Trade 0.20

THE PROJECT IS INTENT TO HELP STREET VENDORS TO MANTAIN RESILIENCE IN THE HARDSHIPS SUCH AS CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGES, THE PANDEMIC THOUGH , YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT THROUGH DIVERSIFICATION OF THEIR PRODUCTS FOR SALE. WE NEED TO GET TO EMPLOYEMENT OF THE E COMMERCE IN ORDER TO KEEP OUR BUSINESS ACTIVE EVEN WHEN WE ARE IN STARE OR GLOBAL CURFIEW. THIS IS ALSO GOING TO HELP WOMEN AND YOUTH TO USE INNOVATION ON PRODUCTION MARKETING AND SALES INCREASE AS THEY ACCESS THE EXTERNAL MARKETS ESPECIAL AFRICA CONTINENTAL FREE TRADE.

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Manufacturing 0.02

Herbal and natural remedies pharmaceutical company. Mostly cannabis based but all herbal and natural remedies. OGB is a wholesaler and distributor of pharmaceutical products manufactures in Lesotho by Verve Dynamics Incorporated. Our motto is to heal the the world the natural way.

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 10.00

We would like to localize the textile industry in Lesotho as one of the biggest employers in the country. We would like consolidated orders and direct supply to all clients. Lesotho has experience in this industry and would like to get direct orders from India and other countries. We are also looking for investments to strengthen the industry. The success of this project would mean economic growth, industrialization, job creation and stronger bonds between India and Lesotho

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Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Trade 25.00

As global demand for herbs (including aromatic plants) and spices increases, this project involves boosting primary production by local farmers through the establishment of processing facilities in Lesotho. Lesotho’s mountainous terrain and climate favour the cultivation of herbs and spices. There is considerable potential to grow high quality organic varieties benefiting from the clean air, unpolluted water and elevated land that permit improved disease-resistance. Suitability map has been developed. The project has been developed for up-scaling at different levels to meet local and export market. Local producers have been identified for further expansion into regional production. Requires partnerships for Strategic Investment, Off-take agreements and Technology packages/License agreements

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Agriculture & Allied Services 0.30

Diamond mining Looking for mining equipment and water bottling equipment

Mining 0.00

Diamond mining

Manufacturing, Mining 0.00

Liberia

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

VMAC- is open to all areas for investment.

Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Education & Skill Development, Financial Services, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Information and Communication Technology, Infrastructure, Logistics, Manufacturing, Mining, Power & Energy, Trade 20.00

Large manufacturing food items

Agriculture & Allied Services, Consultancy, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Trade 2.00

Malawi

Project Description Sector Total Value (USD Million)

Construction of Lower Songwe Dam for production of 180megawats power , Irrigation and Water supply to both Malawi and United Republic of Tanzania

Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Power & Energy 800.00

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Trade 8.00

The Government of Malawi (GoM) through the Ministry of Energy (MoE) received financial resources from the World Bank towards the costs of implementing the Malawi Electricity Access Project (MEAP). The development objective of the MEAP is to increase access to electricity in Malawi. The mini-grid financing facility (US$10 million) supported the development of feasibility studies for at least 10 mini-grids prioritizing agricultural loads, schools, health facilities and enterprises in peri-urban and rural areas. The Ministry of Energy Carried out this upstream work of conducting FS studies to allow private investors to select favorable sites suitable for Mini – grid development. One of sites a feasibility study was conducted for is the Nakaona-Nzoola site. A feasibility study of the The Nakaona-Nzoola mini-grid project showed that the project was viable and that it would comprise of a central power plant – solar PV + battery storage + back-up generator – and associated distribution network providing electricity to 26 surrounding villages that are within a radius of approximately 3km from the power plant.The potential electricity customers to be served by the mini-grid comprise of approximately 4,686 households, 275 small and medium enterprises (SMEs), 43 three phase customers, and 60 public institutions that are spread across the 11 zones .The power system consists of a solar PV plant with battery storage system and diesel generator backup. Electricity generated by the plant will be distributed to customers via 33kV feeders, power transformers and low voltage (LV) power lines that comply with the Malawi Grid Code and ESCOM’s network standards. -Physical features The site is located on undulating territory at an elevation of between 1200m and 1500m above mean sea level on a plateau above the Livizi River. The soil is mostly sandy with rocky outcrops and a number of hills, valleys and ridges. Natural vegetation includes various grasses, shrubs and trees that are scattered throughout the area. Most of the area – except for the villages, forest reserves and drainage channels – is covered by agricultural fields that are tilled with a variety of crops at different times of the year. -Economic and social activities The site is located in communal farmland and includes several small settlements and three main trading centres (Nkolesya, Mdzumbi and Nzoola). The socio-economic site survey revealed that crop production is the main source of household income (81% in Nakaona area, 100% in Nzoola area), followed by petty trading (59%, 76%), livestock production (45%, 50%), providing services (26%, 32%), wage labour (13%, 15%), remittances (1%, 2%), and formal employment (0%, 1%). The potential Mini-Grid has a potential of capacity of 1.6MW and project is estimated to cost 7.1 Million USD.

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Power & Energy 7.10

The Government of Malawi (GoM) through the Ministry of Energy (MoE) received financial resources from the World Bank towards the costs of implementing the Malawi Electricity Access Project (MEAP). The development objective of the MEAP is to increase access to electricity in Malawi. The mini-grid financing facility (US$10 million) supported the development of feasibility studies for at least 10 mini-grids prioritizing agricultural loads, schools, health facilities and enterprises in peri-urban and rural areas. The Ministry of Energy Carried out this upstream work of conducting FS studies to allow private investors to select favorable sites suitable for Mini – grid development. One of sites a feasibility study was conducted for is the Nakaona-Nzoola site. According to the Feasibility Study conducted for this project, the project has the potential to comprise of a small hydro power plant + back-up generator and associated distribution network providing electricity to 23 surrounding villages that are within approximately 7km south of the power plant. The potential electricity customers to be served by the mini-grid comprise of approximately 571 households, 74 small and medium enterprises (SMEs), 12 three phase customers, and 23 public institutions that are spread across the 3 zones. Physical features The site is located in a valley surrounded by mountains on the northern, eastern and western sides at an elevation of between 1100m and 1200m above mean sea level. The Runyina River flows through the centre of the site from North to South. Economic and social activities The site is located in communal farmland and includes several small settlements and one trading centre (Matupi). The socio-economic site survey revealed that crop and livestock production as well as petty trading are the main sources of household income (95%, 90% and 85% respectively), followed by providing services (58%), and wage labour (15%). The project has a potential capacity of generating between 240KW and 1MW. The Estimated cost for the project is 12.1 Million USD.

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Power & Energy 12.10

Our company has an order of 4 x 40' containers of Birds Eye Chillies and 2 x 40' containers of Paprika

Agriculture & Allied Services 0.29

construction of water supply schemes

Infrastructure 500.00

The project is aimed at ensuring affordable water supply services without interruption. The indicators of the project include reduced production cost from and increased supply hours. The purpose of the project is to construct a 50 megawatt independent power generation plant

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Infrastructure, Other 84.00

? Conduction of technical, financial and economic feasibility study ? Production of detailed designs, drawings and cost estimates (BOQs) ? Conduction of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ? Construction of the dam and associated infrastructure

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Other 50.00

? Feasibility Study; ? Preliminary and detailed design studies; ? Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA); ? Construction and project management.

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Power & Energy 40.00

? Transmission mains of the new system ? The treatment plant ? Pumping equipment ? Storage reservoirs

Infrastructure 87.00

SRWB faces challenges of high population growth, urbanization, and high-water losses in its water supply centers. The increase in socio economic-growth has resulted in extended settlements that need access to potable water and sanitation services to be provided by the Board. Thyolo Boma is among the areas facing huge challenges in the water supply. Supply to Thyolo Scheme is sourced from surface water from Nsuwazi River. The scheme has two intakes on the river namely Mpeni and Nsuwazi. The Nsuwazi intake has not been operating for over five years now as the pumping main was cut off due to road works. The catchment area of Nsuwazi is degraded resulting in heavy siltation during rainy season which makes it impractical to rely on Nsuwazi River especially during this period. However, during the dry season, the river is considered capable of supplying the required demand for Thyolo. Being an old system, the Nsuwazi treatment plant needs total rehabilitation work. Thyolo Scheme is currently supplied from Mpeni intake upstream of Nsuwazi Intake. The system has a conventional water treatment which currently produces 1,014 m3/day while current demand is at 4,412m3/day. Future project demand for 2050 is 7, 681m3/day. At Mpeni, the efficiency of the pumps has deteriorated over the years to less than 50%, as a result, the Board is only able to provide water at a maximum of 10 hours per day which is less than the 18-hour minimum requirement. The Water Supply pipe distribution network at Thyolo has a total covered distance of about 60 Km. The pipeline network is not adequately covering all the supply area and the extended settlement around the municipality. The storage capacity of the existing water tanks totals 1446m3. The largest is located within Mpeni treatment plant with a capacity of 1000m3 while the other is an elevated concrete tank with a capacity of 446m3 located within the Town centre. The storage capacity is inadequate to meet the storage requirement for the current demand. Frequent long power cuts also result in low production for the scheme. It is hence, crucial that the board finds an alternative source or backup energy source for its treatment works. In addition, the encroachment of the catchment area for the river which has encouraged runoff and siltation calls for a proper catchment management plan to be implemented. The main objective of the project to upgrade and extend the existing systems at Thyolo to improve hours of supply and increase the water supply coverage by reaching out to unserved areas as well as improved sanitation for the communities. Catchment rehabilitation is essential for sustainability of supply. The project is targeting the communities within Thyolo Boma and surrounding areas. The project will benefit a population of 65,650 people by 2050 at a population growth rate of 2%.

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Other 23.30

Luchenza Municipality is a municipal council in Thyolo District. At present, the Municipality has a number of social, cultural, and commercial infrastructure and facilities that provide services to the population of Luchenza and the surrounding areas and is earmarked for upgrading to a secondary city. Water supply to Luchenza Scheme is sourced from groundwater through boreholes and surface water from the Likhubula River. The groundwater quality is so good that it does not need sedimentation or any form of filtration. Chlorine dosing is carried out to ensure that the water is safe. The scheme has three operational boreholes augmented by supply from the Likhubula River. Flows in Likhubula dwindle during lean periods of the year. The challenge has been aggravated by the Blantyre Water Board (BWB) located upstream of our intake. Raw water abstraction is rationed among the various users though it’s not resolving any challenges. The total average existing production capacity of the system is 6.6 litres per second. The water is pumped through a pressure pipeline to an elevated pressed steel tank and gravitates to supply areas within Luchenza Town. The same system supplies Chiradzulu Teachers Training College. Water is boosted from Luchenza to Chiradzulu Teachers Training College, 11km away from Luchenza (Picture 7) discharging into an elevated tank located within the school premises. On average Luchenza produces a total of 966m3/day while current demand is at 6,354m3/day. Future project demand for 2050 is 11,063m3/day. The treatment plant is also earmarked for Goliati-Nansadi and Mulanje System with a total capacity of 35,000 m3/day. The treatment plant is expected to be supplied from both Likhubula and Thuchira Rivers and is strategically located to supply all schemes through gravity. The Water Supply pipe distribution network at Luchenza has a total covered distance of about 76 Km. The pipeline network is not adequately covering all the supply areas and the extended settlement around the municipality. Most of the existing pipelines have inadequate sizes for the required flows. The storage capacity of the existing water tanks is 350m3 which is inadequate to meet the storage requirement for the current demand. The main objective of the project to upgrade and extend the existing systems at Luchenza to improve hours of supply and increase the water supply coverage by reaching out to unserved areas as well as improved sanitation for the communities. The project is targeting the communities within Luchenza Town and surrounding areas. The project will benefit a population of 94,556.

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Other 37.27

A. National Referral Hospital 1.1.1 Project Description ? The National Referral Hospital will provide specialized medical services to the general public with the aim of reducing medical expenses and improving the health sector system delivery. The referral Hospital will comprise of the following departments; Medical Department; Surgical Department; Paediatric Department; Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department; Emergency/Trauma Department; Outpatient Department; Endoscopy Units, Catheterization lab for Cardiac, Radiology Center, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Infectious Disease Department 1.1.2 Project Benefits The hospital will improve specialist medical services to the general public; enhance timely medical services to the general public and reduce medical expenses in the international referral system when patients require medical treatment abroad. The Government of Malawi, through the Ministry of health spends in excess of US$1.4 million (excluding other government expenditures, out of pocket, insurance and private institutions) annually on international referrals. By introducing this project, 75% of the expenditure will saved annually on the much need forex the government. There will be some paying services within Hospital hence this will generate revenue for the sector and in turn providing efficient services to the masses thereby achieving the Universal Health Coverage as stipulated in the global agenda (SDG's) and the national plans (Malawi 2063, HSSP III). 1.1.3 Financial Requirements The total estimated cost of the project is EUR90 million. B. Dialysis Centre Project 1.2.1 Project Description This project aims at building and equipping Renal Dialysis Centres across secondary and tertiary levels across the country. In recent past in Malawi, the Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are increasingly contributing to the disease burden in Malawi. NCDs are the second leading cause of deaths in adults after HIV/AIDS in the country, estimated to account for 32-40% of total deaths in Malawi, with 10% attributed to cardiovascular conditions, 10 percent to cancers, 2 percent to chronic respiratory diseases, 1 percent to diabetes, and 9 percent to other NCDs (WHO 2018). This project will focus much on Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) which is also one of the emerging NCD 1.2.2 Project Benefits Dialysis Centres will improve access to renal dialysis services and efficient management of kidney disease patients through specialized care. The centres will be among the best within the region and this will attract external referrals from neigh boring countries and as well reducing referral medical expenses 1.2.3 Financial Requirements The project total estimated cost will be dependent on the feasibility study Public Private Partnership Commission (PPPC) of Malawi is currently undertaking

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Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals 0.09

Financing feasibility studies for the Export Trading Companies and the production of raw materials

Agriculture & Allied Services, Manufacturing 2.00

Government of Malawi (GoM) has received financing through the Export-Import Bank of the Government of India (GOI) supported Line of Credit (LOC), for Drinking Water Supply Schemes and other Development Projects. GoM has allocated part of the LOC amount for the Construction of New Water Source on Shire River and Associated Infrastructure for Blantyre Water Board. Establishing of new water supply centers at Fatima, Migowi, Thondwe, Ulongwe and Zalewa market centers, and Upgradation and extension of existing water supply schemes at Mwanza, Liwonde and Balaka for Southern Region Water Board in the Republic of Malawi.

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Infrastructure 0.00

The project seeks to construct a large multipurpose RCC Dam of 110 m high and hydropower plant on the Songwe River which is a transboundary river between the Republic of Malawi and the United Republic of Tanzania. The dam will be used for hydropower, irrigation, water supply, flood control, fisheries and tourism.

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Infrastructure 762.00

The Lower Songwe Dam and Hydropower Plant (HPP) is located in Ileje and Kyela Districts on the Tanzania side and Chitipa and Karonga Districts on the Malawi side, at the boundary where the Songwe River leaves it’s Middle Sub-Basin and enters into the Lower Sub-Basin. With a catchment area of 3,559 km² and an average annual inflow of 38m³/s, the reservoir of the Lower Songwe Dam has a total volume of almost 330 Mio. m³ at the Full Supply Level of 820.00 masl. The Hydropower plant will have the capacity of 180.2MW. The reservoir will also fulfill the following purposes: i) Generation of hydroelectric power by utilizing the head between the water level impounded by the dam and the tail water level in the river further downstream, at the location of the tailrace outlet; ii) Flood protection for the downstream reach of the Songwe River, particularly for the Lower Songwe Sub-Basin (floodplain), by retaining flood waters in the reservoir; iii) Provision of irrigation water for the irrigation areas in the floodplain; iv) Water Supply for Kasumulu (Tanzania side) small town, Songwe (Malawi side) small town and rural communities in the lower Songwe River basin; and v) Other potential uses of the reservoir will be the promotion of fisheries and of tourism in the area. The tentative cost of the construction of the Lower Songwe Dam and the Hydropower Plant is approximately USD762,000,000.00

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Agriculture & Allied Services 762.00

Reform creation and implementation

Trade 0.00

The NWRA intends to carry out the Establishment of the 100-year flood mark on the shores of Lake Malawi and banks of major rivers in Malawi. The project is to demarcate the 100 year flood mark and construct the border sign structures every 100 metres along the Lake and the major rivers in cities of Lilongwe (Lilongwe River and Lingadzi river), Blantyre (Naperi river) and Zomba (Mulunguzi river). The overall goal of the project is to protect the water bodies from the anthropogenic activities and increased sediment load from the surrounding environment. The project will establish 100-year flood mark border sign structures on a 580km length of the western side of Lake Malawi; 35 km length of Lilongwe river on both sides; 10km length of Lingadzi river on both sides; 6 km length of Mulunguzi river on both sides. The project will also rehabilitate catchments areas serving the 6,820 constructed border sign structures. It is also expected that the project will carry out compensation of the project affected peoples. Outcome of The Project By the end of the project the NWRA expects a great improvement in the availability of water both in terms of adequate and good quality water in the country as explained below 1. reduced pollution in protected water bodies. 2. reduced cultivation on river banks resulting in improved water quality 3. eased negative effects of floods as most of the areas under the 100-year flood mark along major water bodies are prone to floods 4. reduced construction activities within the 100-year flood mark resulting in improved quality and quantity of water. 5. Enhanced environmentally sensitive urban planning 6. reduced costs of urbanization as water will be available within the towns as rivers passing through the towns/cities will provide the required quality and volumes in line with MW 2063. 7. improved output of irrigation agriculture as there will be adequate water resources in the protected water bodies. PROJECT ACTIVITIES The following will form the core project activities: 1. Feasibility studies which will include delineation/mapping of the area. 2. Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and determination of the Project Affected Persons (PAPs) 3. Payment of the PAPs 4. Development of the Designs by consultant 5. Construction supervision by consultant 6. Construction by the contractor 7. Catchment management activities by the institution 8. Project Management by the Institution including stakeholder engagement

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Agriculture & Allied Services, Infrastructure, Other 45.50

1.0 Introduction The NWRA intends to carry out the Establishment of the 100-year flood mark on the shores of Lake Malawi and banks of major rivers in Malawi. The project is to demarcate the 100 year flood mark and construct the border sign structures every 100 metres along the Lake and the major rivers in cities of Lilongwe (Lilongwe River and Lingadzi river), Blantyre (Naperi river) and Zomba (Mulunguzi river). 2.0 Goal The overall goal of the project is to protect the water bodies from the anthropogenic activities and increased sediment load from the surrounding environment. The project will establish 100-year flood mark border sign structures on a 580km length of the western side of Lake Malawi; 35 km length of Lilongwe river on both sides; 10km length of Lingadzi river on both sides; 6 km length of Mulunguzi river on both sides. The project will also rehabilitate catchments areas serving the 6,820 constructed border sign structures. It is also expected that the project will carry out compensation of the project affected peoples. 3.0 Outcome of The Project By the end of the project the NWRA expects a great improvement in the availability of water both in terms of adequate and good quality water in the country as explained below 1. reduced pollution in protected water bodies. 2. reduced cultivation on river banks resulting in improved water quality 3. eased negative effects of floods as most of the areas under the 100-year flood mark along major water bodies are prone to floods 4. reduced construction activities within the 100-year flood mark resulting in improved quality and quantity of water. 5. Enhanced environmentally sensitive urban planning 6. reduced costs of urbanization as water will be available within the towns as rivers passing through the towns/cities will provide the required quality and volumes in line with MW 2063. 7. improved output of irrigation agriculture as there will be adequate water resources in the protected water bodies. 4.0 Project Activities The following will form the core project activities: 1. Feasibility studies which will include delineation/mapping of the area. 2. Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and determination of the Project Affected Persons (PAPs) 3. Payment of the PAPs 4. Development of the Designs by consultant 5. Construction supervision by consultant 6. Construction by the contractor 7. Catchment management activities by the institution 8. Project Management by the Institution including stakeholder engagement

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Other 45.50