Posted on :Thursday , 23rd June 2022
From agreements signed during the 2021 African Investment Forum, East African governments would collectively benefit from investments totaling at least USD 8.77 billion in transportation, healthcare, energy, and agriculture, among other areas.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) organised the three-day conference in collaboration with other financial institutions including th. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd June 2022
According to Kenya Ports Authority, the second phase of the Sh32 billion Port of Mombasa's second container terminal, which began in September 2018, has been finished (KPA).
The port authorities revealed the information after confirming that the project had been completed by the Japanese contractor, Tokyo Construction Company Limited. Representatives from Tokyo Construction C. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 24th May 2022
Work on the new Nairobi Railway City Project will begin in two months. It will include eight lines and four extra lines for freight services when finished in two years. Speaking at the Serena Hotel at the introduction of the final design by the UK and Kenyan government members, Transport Principal Secretary Joseph Njoroge stated that the government is committed to ensuring the project's smooth . . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 30th March 2022
The Nairobi Expressway project, which has been in the works since mid-2020, is almost finished, ushering in a new era in Kenyan road construction.
The contractor is presently putting the finishing touches on the 27.1-kilometer elevated roadway, according to the Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA), in preparation for a scheduled test drive that would clear the way fo. . .
Posted on :Monday , 14th March 2022
East Africa has more than $435 billion of active projects, of which $221 billion are under construction. A fast-growing population that will increase by 25 per cent over the next ten years drives the demand for infrastructure development.
East Africa consists of 20 countries and a combined population of 455 million. Over the next ten years, growing at more than 25 per c. . .