DFC's Connect Africa initiative will invest $1 billion over three years in projects that will foster economic growth and better connectivity with global economies.
Connect Africa will focus investment in telecommunications and internet access, value chains that connect producers of raw materials with end users, and essential infrastructure such as roads, railways, ports, and airports.
Supporting Investments to
Connect Africa to the World
Infrastructure and processes that connect producers of raw materials to end users to help them reach new markets and realize more value.
Transportation and Logistics
Physical infrastructure such as roads, railways, ports, and airports warehouses to advance connectivity and promote trade.
Internet access, wireless networks, and other technologies that improve the way people do business and access healthcare and education.