We invest in sectors that provide long term and short term solutions to Africa's problem, with adequate returns and have the ability to propel Africa's Economy forward.
Our approach to investment is influenced by the belief private sector in the contribution to the growth and enhancement of Africa through long-term investment that cause economic affluence and social well-being "The biggest dividend on investment is Africa".
Transportation and Logistics Services
As Africa has risen to prominence as an investment destination over the past few years, so the role of transportation and logistics has taken on greater significance. Whether moving resources off the continent or bringing goods and services into its burgeoning economies, Africa's future growth and development will depend on the quality of its infrastructure and the efficiency of its transport networks
Klaus-Dieter Ruske, PwC Transportation and Logistics Global Leader.
We would be addressing this infrastructure short fall by partnering with other private sectors, while raising capital and allocating it to the sector. Brilliant innovative technology and economic principles will enable us develop one of the largest Pan-African transport and logistics network in providing commercial and individual services.
More than 60% of the population of sub-Saharan Africa is smallholder farmers, and about 23% of sub-Saharan Africa's GDP comes from agriculture. Yet, Africa's full agricultural potential remains untapped. To contribute our own quota in actualizing food security, we have been developing a digital solution that will help brighten the sector to help reduce hunger and poverty.
Given the rapid population growth, urbanization, and vulnerability to climate change, what do you feel are the biggest energy challenges facing Africa?
As we enter the year 2020, we enter a decisive decade.
The global community has committed to ensuring that people everywhere have access to affordable, substantial, and modern energy by 2030 (Substantial Development Goal [SDG 7]).
This goal is particularly significant in Africa, specifically sub-Saharan Africa, where almost 600 million people lack access electricity and close to 1 million lack access to clean cooking fuels. This challenge stands side by side with other monumental ones; rapid population growth, rapid urbanization, and climate change. How Africa navigates this complex landscape of intertwined challenges will shape where the continent
will stand at the end of the coming decade.
To contribute to this substainability goals, we have established partnership with other private sectorss, while maintaining our excellence, integrity, and innvation.