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Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa 

IFC took center stage in Dubai at the Africa Energy Forum, the continent’s premier annual power industry conference held in June.
West Africa is stepping up efforts to integrate regional economies and improve the investment climate, with the support of the World Bank Group.
IFC’s regional Twitter account ranked in the top half of a recently published survey of the 100 most influential Twitter users in Africa. In a survey published on the blog africafreak.com, IFC ranked 38.
IFC is highlighting the importance of partnerships to strengthen Africa’s fragile states, which are among the poorest places in the world and those most in need of infrastructure, jobs, investment, and opportunity
In May, IFC and Chinese multinational construction and engineering company, CITIC Construction launched a $300 million investment platform, CITICC (Africa) Holding Limited, to develop affordable housing in multiple African countries.

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Sub-Saharan Africa

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IFC Sub-Saharan Africa

IFC is supporting private sector development in sub-Saharan Africa with innovative investments and advisory services programs. Our work helps simplify business procedures, attract investment, create jobs, and stimulate growth. We support health, education, agriculture and infrastructure projects and help economies recover from conflict. Our strategy is built on three pillars:

 


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