InfraCo Africa was established in 2004. Since then we have successfully developed thirteen projects through to Financial Close, of which we have fully exited three. InfraCo Africa currently has twelve projects under development, six under construction and four operational assets. We are also exploring a range of new opportunities across sub-Saharan Africa.
We’ve mobilised US$1.1bn in committed investment from Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) and the private sector to date. This investment has provided 8.5 million people with new or improved access to infrastructure and generated over 4,200 jobs, improving living standards and powering economic growth.
InfraCo Africa believes in building capacity within the markets and countries that it operates in. It does this by sourcing grants to provide support directly to governments and by co-chairing the Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfIDA).
Lawrence Ligunda recently retired as captain of the MV Ssese, one of Kalangala Infrastructure Services’ regular ferries linking Bugala Island and the Ugandan mainland. Our KIS project is connecting people and stimulating business growth.
Supporting replicable solutions
Fergus is the Former British High Commissioner to Zambia. During his time in post he represented the UK Department for International Development on a visit to InfraCo Africa’s Chiansi project. Our Chiansi Irrigation project is creating a model for sustainable agriculture.
Dr Batuusa Florence
Dr Batuusa Florence is the former Director of Health Centre IV on Bugala Island. With access to reliable power, clean water and safer transport links, the Centre can better meet the needs of its patients. Our KIS project is improving health outcomes.
Sustaining healthy lives
Nabukenya Goreti manages a water stand tap for Kalangala Infrastructure Services on Bugala Island, Uganda. Being a tap manager supplements her income and ensures that customers have clean drinking water. Our KIS project is sustaining healthy lives.
Attracting young entrepreneurs
Christopher is self-employed using REDAVIA solar power. Access to reliable power influenced his decision to return to his home village of Shitunguru from the capital city. Our REDAVIA project is bringing young people home.