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Africa’s unmet infrastructure need is estimated at nearly $3 trillion by 2040, a new training program aims to drive investment to help close Africa’s infrastructure gap.
The latest milestone of Global Infrastructure Hub’s Brazil Country Engagement Program has been completed with a gathering of infrastructure leaders from Brazil for an inception workshop on the SOURCE platform.
Leaders of the G20 have met for the last time under the Saudi Presidency to address the most pressing challenges of our times, with the vision to take further steps to overcome the pandemic while building an inclusive, sustainable and resilient future for all.
53 members of our InfraTech Leaders Ecosystem – from more than 25 public and private entities – met for the first time to discuss ‘quick wins' and strategic priorities based on the World Bank's InfraTech Policy Toolkit, developed earlier this year to support the Riyadh G20 InfraTech Agenda.
Private investment in infrastructure through primary market transactions remains low at around US$100 billion per year and has been declining over the past decade according to a new Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) report, Infrastructure Monitor 2020.
To promote the country’s participation in the more than 80% of world trade which is carried by sea, GI Hub has delivered Brazil’s Ministry of Infrastructure a market sounding report to optimise its Port Privatisation Program.
Find out how the Inter-American Development Bank’s latest flagship report offers a sound methodology on ensuring infrastructure development fundamentally transforms people’s lives of people.
South Africa is turning the pandemic into a positive force in future infrastructure planning.
In light of the potential for public-private partnerships (PPP) to contribute to a reduction of the 1.2 trillion USD infrastructure investment needs of Brazil, the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) and Inter-American Development Bank have collaborated to make specialist risk allocation knowledge accessible to the public sector.
Witness the final of the global competition to accelerate the infrastructure industry, which promises to be a window into the future of infrastructure.
We asked innovators from all over the world, how can digital ideas be applied to solve economic or social infrastructure issues? Today we’re announcing our Top 10 finalists for InfraChallenge!
What does resilience to climate change look like and how can we support countries in coping with climate risks?
Understanding the risks facing Brazil’s port privatisation program was the focus of a recent webinar hosted by the Global Infrastructure Hub, with a focus on experiences from Latin America and globally.