INFRASTRUCTURE & ENERGY

The Infrastructure & Energy Cluster, operationalized on 8th April 2016 (Cairo) under the leadership of Dr Raj Chintaram, is addressing one of the major aspirations of the Agenda 2063, “A Prosperous Africa based on Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development”. It is responsible for ensuring the development of infrastructure and energy resources at the regional and continental levels. Key roles include: promoting, coordinating, implementing and monitoring programmes and policies on transport, energy, telecommunication and information in collaboration with the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) and AU specialized institutions and agencies; facilitating private sector initiatives on infrastructure development; and advocating among development partners for programme implementation. The main portfolios falling under IE are: Energy; Infrastructure, ICT, Transport and Tourism

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