We have good news!
Given that we cannot meet in person in Nigeria, we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a virtual West African Infrastructure and Investment Forum.
Just because we cannot get together in person, doesn’t mean we can’t still meet up and share some ideas.
The forum will analyse new public-private partnership (PPP) regulation and policy in Nigeria, new infrastructure projects that promote regional integration and competitiveness of countries, new technologies and financing challenges in the road and highway industry across West Africa.
The event will feature discussions from across the region including Nigeria, Ghana, and Senegal.
The event will be taking place on 2nd and 3rd June and will comprise of 4 sessions across both days.
Places for the event are limited to 100 participants and participation on the day will be facilitated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Harmonising West Africa’s road sector
2nd June 2020
Alternative funding and out-the-box thinking
3rd June 2020
PPPs and their role in delivering road infrastructure
Maintaining existing infrastructure – challenges and opportunities
Sustainable International Development Practitioner and Public Private Partnership (PPP) Procurement Navigator Baxter International Development, United States
CEO GKB Ventures, United Kingdom