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AFRICA An Investment Destination Conference. NEEDS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE Presented by: P Duncan Mbonyana. Contents. Current Arrangements and Roles Integrated Framework Study Public Financing Declined Aid for Infrastructure Declined Investment Requirements are High

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Africa an investment destination conference

AFRICAAn Investment DestinationConference

NEEDS FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE

Presented by:

P Duncan Mbonyana


Contents

Contents

  • Current Arrangements and Roles

  • Integrated Framework

  • Study

  • Public Financing Declined

  • Aid for Infrastructure Declined

  • Investment Requirements are High

  • Africa was a late Starter

  • Local Participation in Infrastructure

  • Local Participation by Sector

  • Cross-Border Participation

  • Mindset Change – Donor vs Private Participation

  • Project Integration

  • Process Integration

  • Conclusion


Current arrangements and roles

Current Arrangements and Roles


Integrated framework

Integrated Framework

Considerations for each level

  • Governance and Overall Framework

  • Strategic Issues

  • Governance

  • Process

  • Technology

  • Reporting

NEPAD Business Foundation Secretariat and Executive

Programme Management

  • Execution Management

  • Overall inter-sectoral co-ordination and integration

  • Risk and Issue Nerve Centre

Project Management

  • Individual project management

Effective management of risks and issues at the project and programme level

Risk Management

Risk

Identifi-

cation

Risk

Analysis

Risk

Response

Risk

Response

Control

Feedback

Source: NBF


Study

Study

Feasibility study by

PM Global Infrastructure Inc

for

African Business Roundtable

lead by Per Ljung


Public financing declined

Public Financing Declined

Source: World Bank


Aid for infrastructure declined

Aid for Infrastructure Declined

Source: World Bank


Investment requirements are high

Investment Requirements Are High

Source: Per Ljung


Africa was a late starter

Africa was a late Starter

(Share of Investments in New Private Projects)

Source: Per Ljung


Local participation in infra structure

Local Participation in Infra-structure

Source: Per Ljung


Local participation by sector

Local Participation by Sector

Source: Per Ljung


Cross border participation

Cross- Border Participation

(In Sub-Saharan Africa excluding South Africa)

Source: Per Ljung


Mindset change

Mindset Change

  • From donation driven to private sector driven investment.

  • Philosophy for delivery of smooth value chain.

  • Sustainability than once-off flagships.


Project integration

Project Integration

  • Seamless project value chain development.

  • Pre-feasibility, feasibility, detail design, construction up to operation and maintenance planning.

  • Avoid disjointed sectional expenditure of same project.


Process integration

Process Integration

  • Multi-dimensional needs satisfaction.

    • Economic, social and environmental (e.g. 3 Gauges).

    • Joint planning process across sectors in infrastructure.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Local participation by Regional and National firms critical.

  • Leadership by local private investment funds.

  • Increase expenditure on infrastructure critical –

    • Ops and maintenance.

    • New build projects.

  • Investment in infrastructure is a business with excellent social impact.


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