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The Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund plays an important role in sub-Saharan Africa's economic development.

The projects we support frequently use advanced technologies in their methods of construction and operation. Such technologies, that are common in the developed world, bring new skills to emerging economies and can significantly improve productivity.

Here you will find the stories of many of the projects we have supported in recent years.

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Creating infrastructure to help Nigeria succeed

Country: Nigeria / Sector: Gas Infrastructure

When 7Energy subsidiary, Accugas, completes the Oron-Calabar gas pipeline and supporting infrastructure, it will supply two of south-eastern Nigeria’s power stations with more affordable fuel. EAIF was the project’s anchor investor. In 2014 it made a US$29.4 million loan to 7E.

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Putting Rwanda’s Lake Kivu methane to productive use

Country: Rwanda / Sector: Gas Infrastructure

In Rwanda’s Lake Kivu, fresh water is mixed with naturally occurring methane gas. KivuWatt Ltd raised US$142 million – including a US$25 million loan from EAIF – to build a gas extracting plant and a 25MW power plant.

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