The OPIC Blog

Alemayehou: Public private partnerships can transform Africa

As much of Africa enjoys a period of unprecedented economic growth, it also faces the challenge of how to sustain and extend this progress. In a recent piece for AllAfrica.com, OPIC Executive Vice President Mimi Alemayehou notes that augmenting and maintaining the infrastructure needed to support this growth will cost hundreds of billions of dollars a year for the foreseeable future, and will require collaboration between the public and private sectors.

See: Public-private partnerships can transform Africa


Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • RSS
  • Email

Related Post

By the numbers: OPIC’s far-reaching impact

OPIC-supported projects improve access to power, clean water, food, education, housing, financial services and more, in over 100 countries from...

Featured photo: Introducing clean cookstoves in Ghana

  Women in Accra, Ghana prepare food on a clean cookstove made by OPIC partner Envirofit International, a Fort Collins,...

Infographic: Highlights from 2015

OPIC committed $4.4 billion in development in emerging markets in 2015, and the Agency’s portfolio of active projects now totals...