Mari Bruwer, Founder, Principal Consultant, MCA Consulting

“The Africa PPP has provided a platform to share healthcare needs, challenges and possible collaboration between African Countries. It has opened the floor for participation and sharing experience within the continent, also sharing experience where healthcare could play a role in other sectors, e.g. Roads where healthcare facilities could be incorporated in those projects to […]

Safiétou DIALLO, General Manager Technical Advisor, Senelec

“Yes it was very good sharing all those experiences from various countries and also various perspectives. Most infra sectors were also covered! Good job. Thank you all for organizing Africa PPP and having such a good Webinar technical platform.”

Amanda Mapanda, Global Transactions Associate (Energy, Transport & Infrastructure), Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

“It was an honour to be invited as a speaker and engage in the critical discussions that are needed to achieve the development progress Africa and Africans, such as myself, need to see. Well done and warm thanks to Laura, Emma and the rest of the AME team for pulling this off.”

Achraf Tarsim, Manager – Energy, Infrastructure, Financial Sector, African Development Bank

“Thank you for the well-organized e-conference. The session on transport was interesting and successful.”

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