Infrastructure transforming economies changing lives

KivuWatt, Rwanda

$2.6bn mobilised from private sector investors and development finance institutions

PIDG has grown in to a unique development finance institution, with a 15-year track record of delivering accessible, reliable and sustainable infrastructure benefiting more than 222m people across sub-Saharan Africa and south and south-east Asia.

How PIDG transforms economies and improves livelihoods

$1.3bn

Annual Report 2016

30.6m

people with access to new or improved infrastructure

21

projects became commercially operational

18

projects reached financial close

 

 

13

in fragile and
conflict-affected countries

4,349

short-term jobs created

 

 

7,404

long-term jobs created

Redavia, Tanzania

Philippe Valahu

Chief Executive Officer

Private Infrastructure Development Group

 

CEO's statement

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21

projects became commercially operational

Funding from

PIDG donors

Infrastructure transforming economies changing lives

Infrastructure transforming economies changing lives

4,349
short term jobs created

 

7,404
long term jobs created

KivuWatt, Rwanda

18

projects reached
financial close

 

13

in fragile and
conflict- affected
countries

Redavia, Tanzania

$2.6bn
mobilised from private sector investors and development finance institutions.

30.6m

people with access to new or improved infrastructure

21
projects became commercially operational

Annual Report 2016

Infrastructure transforming economies changing lives

4,349
short term jobs created

 

7,404
long term jobs created

KivuWatt, Rwanda

18

projects reached
financial close

 

13

in fragile and
conflict-affected
 countries

Redavia, Tanzania

$2.6bn
mobilised from private sector investors and development finance institutions.

30.6m

people with access to new or improved infrastructure

21
projects became commercially operational

PIDG has grown in to a unique development finance institution, with a 15-year track record of delivering accessible, reliable and sustainable infrastructure benefiting more than 222m people across sub-Saharan Africa and south and south-east Asia.

Philippe Valahu

Chief Executive Officer

The Private Infrastructure Group

 

CEO's statement