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ACCELERATING IMPLEMENTION OF THE PIDA PAP. G20 Africa Infrastructure Investment Conference 18-19 July 2013, London, United Kingdom. Overview of Presentation. The African Development Bank Group - The Premier Partner for Africa’s Development. Africa Regional Member Countries

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accelerating implemention of the pida pap

ACCELERATING IMPLEMENTION OF THE PIDA PAP

G20 Africa Infrastructure Investment Conference

18-19 July 2013, London, United Kingdom

the african development bank group the premier partner for africa s development
The African Development Bank Group - ThePremier Partner for Africa’s Development

Africa

Regional Member Countries

(Shareholding: 60.8%)

Libya (3.8%)

Madagascar (0.6%)

Malawi (0.3%)

Mali (0.4%)

Mauritania (0.2%)

Mauritius (1.9%)

Morocco (3.3%)

Mozambique (0.6%)

Namibia (0.3%)

Niger (0.3%)

Nigeria (8.8%)

Rwanda (0.1%)

S. Tome & Principe (0.07%)

Senegal (1.0%)

Seychelles (0.06%)

Sierra Leone (0.2%)

Somalia (0.09%)

South Africa (4.5%)

Sudan (0.4%)

South Sudan

Swaziland (0.3%)

Tanzania (0.8%)

Togo (0.16%)

Tunisia (1.4%)

Uganda (0.5%)

Zambia (1.2%)

Zimbabwe (2.0%)

Algeria (4.0%)

Angola (1.2%)

Benin (0.2%)

Botswana (2.1%)

Burkina Faso (0.4%)

Burundi (0.2%)

Cameroon (1.0%)

Cape Verde (0.08%)

Central African Rep. (0.04%)

Chad (0.07%)

Comoros (0.02%)

Congo (0.5%)

Côte d’Ivoire (3.7%)

D. R. Congo (1.0%)

Djibouti (0.05%)

Egypt (5.1%)

Equatorial Guinea (0.2%)

Eritrea (0.09%)

Ethiopia (1.6%)

Gabon (1.2%)

Gambia (0.2%)

Ghana (2.3%)

Guinea (0.4%)

Guinea Bissau (0.03%)

Kenya (1.4%)

Lesotho (0.2%)

Liberia (0.2%)

Non-Regional Member Countries (Shareholding 39.2%)

Europe

Asia

Americas

Middle East

China (1.1%)

India (0.2%)

Japan (5.5%)

Korea (0.4%)

Austria (0.4%)

Belgium (0.6%)

Denmark (1.1%)

Finland (0.5%)

France (3.7%)

Germany (4.1%)

Italy (2.4%)

Argentina (0.3%)

Brazil (0.4%)

Canada (3.7%)

USA (6.6%)

Kuwait (0.4%)

Saudi Arabia (0.2%)

Netherlands (0.8%)

Norway (1.1%)

Portugal (0.2%)

Spain (1.0%)

Sweden (1.5%)

Switzerland (1.4%)

UK (1.7%)

The African Development Bank Group

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A Continental Partnership for Implementation of PIDA

PIDA IMPLENTATION STEERING COMMITTEE

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Strategic Partnership with WEF

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

Establishment of BWG

WEF Africa 2013

Heads of States -

Mandate to roll out

the Africa Strategic

Infrastructure Initiative

Aims to match private

sector resources with

the most critical

Transformative

Transnational

Infrastructure

Projects.

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Build an Integrated, Prosperous and Peaceful Africa, Driven by its Citizens and Representing a Dynamic Force in the International ArenaPIDA IS A KEY PILLAR IN ACHIEVING THIS VISION

Vision: AUC 2004 Strategic Plan

+

+

=

  • Stakeholder Consultative Process
  • Collective Consensus on Priorities
  • Approval by AfricanHeads of State
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Energy

15 items

USD 40 bn

The energy infrastructure program focuses on major hydroelectric projects and interconnects the power pools to meet the forecast increase in demand. One regional petroleum products pipeline is also included.

PIDA Priority Action Plan 2020

transport networks 24 items usd 25 bn
Transport Networks24 items-USD 25 bn

The transport program links the major production and consumption centers, provides connectivity among the major cities, defines the best hub ports and railway routes, and opens the land-locked countries to improved regional and continental trade.

PIDA Priority Action Plan 2020

ict 3 items usd 0 5 bn
ICT- 3 itemsUSD 0.5 bn

The ICT program will establish an enabling environment for completing the land fiber optic infrastructure and installing Internet exchange points in countries without them. It will connect each country to two different submarine cables to take advantage of the expanded capacity.

PIDA Priority Action Plan 2020

water resources excluding energy dams 9 items usd 2 bn
Water Resources (excludingenergydams) 9 items - USD 2 bn

The transboundary water program targets the development of multipurpose dams and builds the capacity of Africa’s lake and river basin organizations so that they can plan and develop hydraulic infrastructure. The program would also help address the looming food deficit.

PIDA Priority Action Plan 2020

key actions going forward
Key Actions Going Forward
  • Address Coordination,Capacity and Communication issues innovatively
  • Strengthen Project Preparation around the PIDA PAP
  • Unbundle, prioritize and sequence projects into Pipeline of Bankable Projects
  • Bring on board the Private Sector and address issues of Enabling Environment
  • Strengthen Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
  • Foster strong “Implementation Partnerships” – Public-Private
  • Address Sector Linkages and Inclusive Growth
mobilising resources through partnerships
MOBILISING RESOURCES THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS

Aims to mobilize funding for preparation an

and investment at a large scale than currently

available within the AfDB Group

Platform for Private Sector

as Strategic Partners in

Capacitation, Financing

and Implementation of

Africa’s Transformative

Projects

Project Preparation through donor sourced Development aid funding and technical support

africa 50 fund mobilizing d omestic c apital
Africa 50 FundMobilizing Domestic Capital
  • Project Development: Addressing Bankability
  • Project Finance: for revenue generating projects

LEVERAGE

Approximately

10 times

Equity Tranches

+ Return –

+ Risk –

BONDS

EQUITY

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Bank Group Impact on Africa

Bank Group total approvals maintained above pre-crisis levels

Bank Group Loan & Grant Approvals by Sector2011

Responding to the global crisis Record amount of approvals in 2009

The African Development Bank Group

afdb group financing is flexible to support an e volving g lobal and r egional c ontext
AfDB Group Financing is Flexible to Support an Evolving Global and Regional Context

What We Fund

Windows

Instruments

Recipients

Infrastructure

“Hard”

ADB/ADF Funds

Loans

National/

Local Governments

  • Special Initiatives
  • AWF
  • NEPAD/ IPPF
  • ICA

Regional Organizations

RECs, RBOs, PPs

Grants

Enabling Environment

“Soft Infrastructure”

Private Companies

Equity

Trust Funds

Eg. MIC, FSF

Guarantees

NGOs/CBOs

a time for action
A time for action

MERCI

OBRIGADO

THANK YOU

شكرا

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