The Guinean delegation was led by Madam Rose Kasso Tinguiano, Deputy Director-General of Guinea’s National Railway Agency (Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer de Guinee, SNCFG), and Mr. Laye CONDE, Engineer, Technical Advisor of DG/SNCFG
“With COP27’s focus on implementation, Alstom commissioned this study with EY Climate Change and Sustainability Services to highlight the many benefits that increased investment in urban public transport can bring to Africa’s cities and support their sustainable growth.”- Cécile Texier, Vice President CSR and Sustainability, Alstom Group
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Addis Ababa, November 10, 2022 – The Ethiopian Ministry of Transport and Logistics has announced a National Transport and Logistics Master Plan to be implemented for the next 30 years. The Minister of Transport and Logistics, Dagmawit Moges, stated that the master plan is designed to modernize the transport sector […]
Minister of Construction and Transport Tanzania Prof. Makame Mbarawa accompanied by the Minister of Infrastructure of the Democratic Republic of the Congo – DRC Alexis Gusaro along with other leaders from the DRC have visited the SGR Station building in Dar es Salaam, November 2022. Prof. Makame Mbarawa has said that the […]
The Addis Agenda treats sustainable and resilient infrastructure as a key thematic area, given that investments in transport, energy, water, and sanitation are prerequisites for achieving the SDGs.
The event is also granting bursaries for applicants from LIC. Interested applicants can act in line with the information on the flyer below:
This construction of the SGR has inspired us a lot in Zambia, when we return home we will take concrete steps so that what has been done in Tanzania can be done in Zambia” – Minister of Transport in Zambia Hon. Franka Tayali
India is ramping up her less publicised infrastructure financing and promotion activities in Africa. It is long overdue.
The Maghreb line is part of a plan to construct a 1,300km high-speed network between Morocco’s major cities.