The IP provides an approach to operationalising the Country Action Agenda, possibly in a specific sector or subsector, by identifying and developing a set of implementable programmes and projects, including their investment requirements, that can be presented to potential private and public investors.
IPs are by definition covering a short- to medium-term horizon, as investment opportunities and market conditions can vary quickly. During the lifespan of the AA, a series of IPs could be developed covering investment opportunities in specific areas.
The IP would generally present an investment thesis (e.g. mid-sized renewables, energy efficiency, or mini-grids), but it will not need to be a "bankable document", rather a conversation starter for a variety of investment opportunities that will provide prospective financiers just enough (relatively standardized) information to decide whether or not they might want to liaise with specific project and/or program sponsors to get some further detail on the opportunity.
While recognizing that the nature of the IPs require less standardization than the AA, the Africa Hub developed a guidance note to ensure some degree of comparability to help the mobilization of financing.
Available documents are available below and on the Country Pages.
- Angola: Investment Prospectus (PT) (0.92 MB)
- Côte d’Ivoire: Prospectus d’Investissement (1.10 MB)
- Guinea Bissau: Investment Prospectus (3.19 MB)
- Gambia: Investment Prospectus (1.31 MB)
- Kenya: Investment Prospectus (10.41 MB)
- Liberia: Investment Prospectus (1.87 MB)
- Nigeria Investment Prospectus (3.65 MB)
- Prospectus D'investissement de l'energie durable pour tous (SEforALL) du Niger (782 kB)
- Sierra Leone: Investment Prospectus (1.29 MB)
- Swaziland: Investment Prospectus (2.00 MB)
- Tanzania: Investment Prospectus (1.33 MB)