Africa PPP 2023: “Building Partnerships to Deliver Successful PPP programs”

Morocco, 24th – 26th October 2023 – The 13th African Public Private Summit (APPP) is set to host a transformative event featuring the most valuable speakers, insights, and topics. With a stellar lineup of sessions and renowned speakers, the event promises to be an invaluable experience for professionals, policymakers, and investors alike.

Key Sessions – Why You Cannot Miss This Event?

OPENING SESSION – HIGH LEVEL MINISTERIAL ROUNDTABLE: “Building Partnerships to Deliver Successful PPP programs”

This is a premier opportunity for attendees to gain high-level insights, strategic direction, and policy guidance from influential government officials. It offers a unique chance to learn, share, and collaborate in an environment focused on driving successful PPP programs and advancing infrastructure development agendas. The session will feature successful PPP cases from other developing countries, offering valuable lessons and best practices that can be adapted to the African context

SESSION 1 – PANEL OF DISCUSSION – IMPROVING THE ENABLING ENVIRONMENT, UNDERSTANDING THE KEY NECESSARY STEPS

This panel discussion offers a unique chance to tap into the practical wisdom of invited experts from diverse countries and gain actionable strategies for creating an improved enabling environment for PPPs. It’s a valuable investment for those seeking to drive sustainable infrastructure development and economic growth in their own countries.

We are thrilled to introduce some of our featured speakers for the upcoming session:

Muneer Ferozie, Regional Head Transaction Advisory – PPPs Africa Region International Finance Corporation

Sedef Yavuz Noyan, Head of Public Private Partnership Department, Presidency of Turkish Republic, Strategy and Budget Office

SESSION 2 – PANEL OF DISCUSSION – EMERGING TRENDS & INNOVATIVE FINANCIAL AND LEGAL CONSIDÉRATION IN PPPS TO DELIVER IMPROVED INFRASTRUCTURE & BETTER VALUE FOR MONEY.

This session offers an exceptional opportunity to explore cutting-edge financial and legal considerations in the realm of PPPs for infrastructure development. The insights shared by industry experts will empower attendees with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate the evolving landscape of infrastructure financing and governance.

We are excited to present a preview of our featured speakers who will be contributing to the upcoming session:

Yann Burtin, Head, Western Europe and Maghreb Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), World Bank Group and Patrick Kouame, Investment Director, African Infrastructure Investment Managers

SESSION 5 – TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERSHIPS: ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE GROWTH VIA INVESTMENT IN MODERN MOBILITY FOR GOODS AND PEOPLE.

This session offers an excellent opportunity to dive into the challenges and opportunities associated with modernizing transport infrastructure for sustainable growth. The focus on efficient and climate-friendly solutions, coupled with insights into emerging technologies, makes this session a valuable investment for anyone interested in the future of transportation and infrastructure development.

It is with great enthusiasm that we introduce a sneak peek of our esteemed featured speakers, each playing a pivotal role in the upcoming session:

Atter Ezzat Hannoura, Director, PPP Central Unit, Ministry of Finance, Egypt

Moussa Kouayate, Chairman, CNP-PPP, Cote d’Ivoire

SESSION 6- NEW RENEWABLE ENERGY, WASTE TO ENERGY PROJECTS

This session offers a comprehensive exploration of the rapidly evolving landscape of renewable energy and waste-to-energy projects. Attendees will gain insights into project structures, strategies, considerations, and best practices from industry leaders and experts. Whether you’re a policymaker, investor, or industry professional, attending this session provides a unique opportunity to stay informed about the latest developments in sustainable energy projects.

We are honoured to offer you the prominent featured speaker who will be actively participating in the upcoming session, bringing their insights and expertise to the forefront.

NASSIR Souad, IPP Manager, ONEE

SESSION 7 – UTILISING PPPS FOR WATER INFRASTRUCTURE & SANITATION

This session provides attendees with insights into innovative approaches for addressing water infrastructure and sanitation challenges. By showcasing successful projects and varied PPP models, participants will discover practical solutions that can be adapted to different national and regional contexts.

Get ready to be inspired by our dynamic lineup of featured speakers who will be at the forefront of the upcoming session:

Walid Madwar, General Manager/VP, Metito Utilities Ltd, Middle East and Africa

TELIDJI SALIM, Director General, Caisse Nationale d’Équipement

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:

  • Mehdi Oomar, Legal Counsel, African Legal Support Facility (ALSF), Cote d’Ivoire
  • Primah Atugonza, Senior Legal Cousel and Head of PPP/Infrastructure Portfolio, African Legal Support Facility (ALSF), Cote d’Ivoire, Chair, WAPPP Africa
  • Muneer Ferozie, Regional manager and Head of PPPS in the Middle east, Central Asia, Turkiye, Afghanistan and Pakistan, IFC, Jordan
  • Sedef Yavuz Noyan, Head of Public Private Partnership Department, Presidency of Turkish Republic, Strategy and Budget Office
  • Yann Burtin, Senior Investment Guarantee Officer, Sub-Saharan Africa, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency, USA
  • Meriem Bennani, International Export Finance Executive, Morocco, UK Export Finance, British Consulate
  • Patrick Kouame, Investment Director, African Infrastructure Investment Managers
  • Oumaima Er-Reyyahy, Senior Econometer Executive, Ministry of Planning of the National Territory, Urban Planning, Housing and City Policy
  • Yasser Tamsamani, Senior Economist, OCP Group
  • Joe Aniku Michael Ohiani, Director General, ICRC, Nigeria
  • Atter Ezzat Hannoura, Director, PPP Central Unit, Ministry of Finance, Egypt
  • Moussa Kouayate, Chairman, CNP-PPP, Cote d’Ivoire
  • Augusto Dembo, Director, National Office for PPP, Angola
  • Atef Majdoub, President PPP Unit Tunisia (IGPPP)
  • Jim Mugunga, Executive Director, PPP Unit, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Uganda
  • Pepi Silinga, CEO, Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), South Africa
  • Prof. Gbolahan Elias, SAN, Presiding Partner, G. Elias
  • Asmaa Karboub, Strategy & Developement Director, Agence Nationale Des Ports
  • Juanita Bakomba Gipoy, Director of PPP, Department of Roads, Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works, Democratic Republic of Congo
  • NASSIR Souad, IPP Manager, ONEE
  • Abderrazak Hamzaoui, Managing Director of Promotion and Mining Assets, ONHYM
  • Issa Hassimi Diallo, Coordinator, Public-Private Partnership Unit of Mali
  • Walid Madwar, General Manager/VP, Metito Utilities Ltd, Middle East and Africa
  • TELIDJI SALIM, Director General, Caisse Nationale d’Équipement
  • Mehdi Oomar, Legal Counsel, African Legal Support Facility (ALSF), Cote d’Ivoire
  • Shaheed Alli, Head: Project Development Support Unit DBSA

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