Our measures: Click the tiles below to explore how we evaluate our work
Access to infrastructure and affordability
10 projects become operational in 2017, improving access to infrastructure for an estimated 9.2 million people.
PIDG companies are additional: participating where private investors would otherwise not have engaged, or where participation increases the development impact and sustainability of infrastructure.
In 2017, 45% of PIDG’s projects reaching financial close contributed to climate change mitigation or adaptation.
PIDG works at the frontier to demonstrate the viability of investing in infrastructure in the places that need it most.
4.1 million women and girls are expected to have access to new or improved infrastructure as a result of projects that reached financial close in 2017,
For every $1 of PIDG member funding, projects PIDG has supported have mobilised $23, of which $17 comes from private sector financing.
PIDG projects reaching financial close in 2017 will employ 16,570 people directly and provide infrastructure essential for wider job creation.
PIDG and the Global Goals for Sustainable Development
Sustainable, resilient and accessible infrastructure is a prerequisite for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
PIDG companies can build local businesses and supplier networks into the construction and maintenance of infrastructure through locally sourced labour, goods and services.
Wider economic impact
Reliable and accessible infrastructure underpins a well-functioning society – PIDG infrastructure can boost fiscal revenues, enable business growth and improve investment flows in frontier markets.