Tom Collins reported on the potential for private investment to close Africa’s water infrastructure supply gap.
In the article, Martijn Proos said it was important that African governments create the right legal and regulatory frameworks to enable more water PPPs on the continent. He expressed his optimism that we will witness more private sector participation in the years to come, following the trajectory of Africa’s IPP power sector. “Sometimes it is seen as a bit of a bold move to make the first step to bring the private sector in. But you can see that there is a huge benefit for the long-term.
Should private companies play a role in Africa’s water sector? – African Business