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Energy | A $600,000 grant from NEPAD-IPPF in 2008 helped kick-start the development of an ambitious $430 million energy project on the Zambezi River, some 165 km from Lusaka, Zambia. KfW, the Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) and the Zambian National Electrical Supply Corp. (ZESCO) also supported project preparation studies. The project was designed to provide more reliable and cost-effective electricity to consumers living in Southern African Power Pool (SAAP) member countries; Botswana, Angola, DRC, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Energy | A $600,000 grant from NEPAD-IPPF in 2008 helped kick-start the development of an ambitious $430 million energy project on the Zambezi River, some 165 km from Lusaka, Zambia. KfW, the Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) and the Zambian National Electrical Supply Corp. (ZESCO) also supported project preparation studies. The project was designed to provide more reliable and cost-effective electricity to consumers living in Southern African Power Pool (SAAP) member countries; Botswana, Angola, DRC, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Energy | A $600,000 grant from NEPAD-IPPF in 2008 helped kick-start the development of an ambitious $430 million energy project on the Zambezi River, some 165 km from Lusaka, Zambia. KfW, the Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) and the Zambian National Electrical Supply Corp. (ZESCO) also supported project preparation studies. The project was designed to provide more reliable and cost-effective electricity to consumers living in Southern African Power Pool (SAAP) member countries; Botswana, Angola, DRC, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Energy | The project involves the construction of a 120 MW Itezhi-tezhi Hydropower Station, with a view to increase hydropower generation capacity. The Itezhi-Tezhi dam is located on the Kafue River in the western part of Zambia, some 330 Km from the capital, Lusaka.
In June of 2008 NEPAD-IPPF approved a grant amount of USD 600,000, to finance the transaction advisory services. This was part of a consortium of financing totalling USD 2.9 million, Contributions from Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) 10%; KfW 30% and ZESCO 40%.

Energy | The project involves the construction of a 120 MW Itezhi-tezhi Hydropower Station, with a view to increase hydropower generation capacity. The Itezhi-Tezhi dam is located on the Kafue River in the western part of Zambia, some 330 Km from the capital, Lusaka.
In June of 2008 NEPAD-IPPF approved a grant amount of USD 600,000, to finance the transaction advisory services. This was part of a consortium of financing totalling USD 2.9 million, Contributions from Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) 10%; KfW 30% and ZESCO 40%.

Energy | The project involves the construction of a 120 MW Itezhi-tezhi Hydropower Station, with a view to increase hydropower generation capacity. The Itezhi-Tezhi dam is located on the Kafue River in the western part of Zambia, some 330 Km from the capital, Lusaka.
In June of 2008 NEPAD-IPPF approved a grant amount of USD 600,000, to finance the transaction advisory services. This was part of a consortium of financing totalling USD 2.9 million, Contributions from Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) 10%; KfW 30% and ZESCO 40%.

Transport | In 2008, IPPF contributed $746,000 towards a feasibility study of a new road linking Burundi and Rwanda, a road considered essential to improve transport linkages between the countries, stimulate private sector and tourism development, expand trade beyond national borders, and promote local and foreign investment. The road, which includes a One-Stop Border facility, was officially opened in July 2013 by the Ministers of Transport of the Governments of Rwanda and Burundi. Today, it is stimulating regional trade and integration among Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda and the DRC.

Transport | In 2008, IPPF contributed $746,000 towards a feasibility study of a new road linking Burundi and Rwanda, a road considered essential to improve transport linkages between the countries, stimulate private sector and tourism development, expand trade beyond national borders, and promote local and foreign investment. The road, which includes a One-Stop Border facility, was officially opened in July 2013 by the Ministers of Transport of the Governments of Rwanda and Burundi. Today, it is stimulating regional trade and integration among Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda and the DRC.

Transport | In 2008, IPPF contributed $746,000 towards a feasibility study of a new road linking Burundi and Rwanda, a road considered essential to improve transport linkages between the countries, stimulate private sector and tourism development, expand trade beyond national borders, and promote local and foreign investment. The road, which includes a One-Stop Border facility, was officially opened in July 2013 by the Ministers of Transport of the Governments of Rwanda and Burundi. Today, it is stimulating regional trade and integration among Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda and the DRC.

ICT | The landmark fibre-optic cable EASSy system runs 10,000km from South Africa to Sudan, in support of the continued explosion of data traffic in Africa. The project would not have been developed had IPPF not invested close to $500,000 to assist in the transaction analysis . Environmental and social impact assessments were funded by KfW and the AfDB. The EASSy submarine cable system is one of the largest and most modern systems serving Africa, with the deployment of the latest 100 gigabit-per-second (Gbit/s) technology

ICT | The landmark fibre-optic cable EASSy system runs 10,000km from South Africa to Sudan, in support of the continued explosion of data traffic in Africa. The project would not have been developed had IPPF not invested close to $500,000 to assist in the transaction analysis . Environmental and social impact assessments were funded by KfW and the AfDB. The EASSy submarine cable system is one of the largest and most modern systems serving Africa, with the deployment of the latest 100 gigabit-per-second (Gbit/s) technology

ICT | The landmark fibre-optic cable EASSy system runs 10,000km from South Africa to Sudan, in support of the continued explosion of data traffic in Africa. The project would not have been developed had IPPF not invested close to $500,000 to assist in the transaction analysis . Environmental and social impact assessments were funded by KfW and the AfDB. The EASSy submarine cable system is one of the largest and most modern systems serving Africa, with the deployment of the latest 100 gigabit-per-second (Gbit/s) technology

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