Private-Public-Partnerships (PPPs): In PPPs, we assist retail and institutional investors to formulate and implement savvy varied strategies for investing in high return investments by sharing investment responsibility and interests with African National Governments.
Environment & Natural Resources: Kenya is endowed with a wide range of minerals that remain unexploited due to the inadequate knowledge of their status, economic viability and appropriate mining technologies. Hitherto, an appropriate mineral prospecting and mining policy that is conducive to investment and Private-Public Partnerships (PPPs) in the mining sector – is in place. Investors can focus on value addition through direct or joint venture partnerships.
Building & Construction: Investors are invited to participate in major infrastructure projects, such as Road Construction and rehabilitation; Development of the Ksh 2 trillion Lamu Port and associated infrastructure, Rehabilitation of airports; Construction of power generation plants, Construction of the proposed multi-billion shilling Konza ICT Park and Construction of resort cities in Isiolo, Lamu, Diani, Kilifi and Lokichogio towns.
Manufacturing: Investment opportunities exist for direct and joint-venture investments in iron and steel industries, manufacturing of fertilizers, agro-processing, machine tools and machinery, motor vehicle assembly and manufacturing of spare parts, agro-processing, manufacturing of garments, assembly of automotive components and electronics, manufacturing of plastics, paper, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, metal and engineering products for both domestic and export markets.
Fisheries: Tanzania has a total surface area of 945,037 sq. km. The freshwater area is estimated at 54,337 sq. km., which is about 6.1% of the total country’s surface area. The country has a Territorial Sea of 64,000 sq. km., an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) covering an area of about 223,000 sq. km., and a coastline stretch of about 1,424 km long that is connected to the Indian Ocean, and other inland water bodies (major and minor lakes, rivers, dams, ponds and wetlands), covering about 5,000 sq. km. The country shares three major inland lakes: Lake Victoria (shared with Kenya and Uganda), Lake Tanganyika (shared with Burundi, DRC and Zambia) and Lake Nyasa (shared with Malawi and Mozambique). Available opportunities include the establishment of fishing ports and fishing in the Exclusive Economic Zone, establishment of dry docking and eco-tourism facilities and value addition in fish and other fisheries products such as – cold chain, manufacturing of fishing gear and accessories.
Livestock: Tanzania endows viable natural resources for livestock development, including resilient livestock breeds, extensive rangelands and diverse natural vegetation of 88.6 million hectares of land resources in the country, of which 60 million hectares are deemed suitable for grazing. Available opportunities include the establishment of joint-venture projects with the National Ranching Company (NARCO) and other privately owned ranches – to modernise the existing ranches, establishment of modern slaughtering facilities and processing plants, establishment of animal feeds processing plants to supply feeds to the large local, small and medium-scale producers and establishment of dairy farms and facilities for milk processing.
Oil & Gas: There have been several gas discoveries on the coastal shore of the Indian Ocean at Songosongo, Mnazi bay and Mkuranga in the Coastal Region. These discoveries are catalysts of natural gas developments in Tanzania. Currently, there are 22 Oil Companies undertaking exploration activities for oil and gas in the country. These companies include: BG Group, Statoil, Petrobas and Ophir Energy. Tanzania is becoming a regional hub after a flurry of discoveries – it is said to be blessed with over 41.7 trillion cubic feet of gas reserves, by the latest estimates. Available opportunities include domestic Production and Marketing of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), establishment of processing plants and industries for the production of refined mineral oil, petroleum jelly & grease, fertilisers, bituminous based water/damp proof building materials e.g. roofing sheets, floor tiles & tarpaulin, development of petrochemicals industries and establishing crude oil refining – in conjunction with efficient export facilities.
Infrastructure: Rwanda understands the importance of infrastructure in the development of a competitive private sector. To this end, the government continues to invest heavily in infrastructure. Almost a tenth of Rwanda’s annual budget is committed to transport and other infrastructure. To develop a vibrant private sector, Rwanda is investing in Roads, Rail and Water transport infrastructure- with the intent of substantially reducing the cost of transport to businesses and individuals.
Real Estate & Construction: Rwanda’s ongoing economic recovery is highly construction-oriented, and is set to continue in this trend. The recent remarkable growth in local and foreign investment implies that there will be a continued growing demand for residential, as well as commercial buildings. Total Housing needs in Kigali alone reaches 458,265 dwelling units (2013-2022).
Tourism: Rwanda’s tourism industry offers a variety of unique assets. These comprise offering tourists a one of a kind journey, home to one-third of the world’s remaining Mountain Gorillas, one-third of Africa’s bird species, several species of primates, volcanoes, game reserves, resorts and islands on the expansive Lake Kivu, graceful dancers, artistic crafts and friendly people. The uptake of tourists is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9%.