BUILDING PROJECT FUNDING CONSORTIUM FOR AFRICAN BUSINESSES
Africa’s financial systems have progressed over the past 20 years. Yet liberalization, privatization, and Project Funding or lending, have not met real translation into more accessible financial services, especially credit or lending, that reaches the majority of African businesses at a lower interest rate. The benefits of deeper, broader, and cheaper finance have not yet been reaped.
Africa’s development gap and relatively slow progress present attractive investment opportunities for developmental projects focused on building intra-regional transport networks, creating power generation solutions, revolutionizing manufacturing and agro-processing, and achieving environmentally responsible natural resources extraction. But the chances of meeting this potential are hampered by fundamental challenges limiting this progress, are lack of funding, investors, lenders, or potential financiers.
Funding or investment in developmental infrastructure, has also been insufficient: according to recent statistics, Africa has a development financing gap of nearly USD 108 billion and an estimated need for infrastructure investment of between USD 130 billion and USD 170 billion.
The Chief Executive Officer of YouSort World LLC, in business contact with the Executive Director of CFCCHO, USA, have desired to work things out for African businesses to be able to access international business lenders to fund their business projects. Doing our best to reduce the difficulty to access Funds for Infrastructure and Business Development in Africa.
Africa presents an unparalleled opportunity for investors willing to finance infrastructure development yet barriers to successfully bridging its infrastructure gap are numerous. Determined efforts must be made to
This has on a good note, have started the funding processes to secure international business funding for a Ghana group of companies (ASANDUFF GROUP OF COMPANIES). Watch https://youtu.be/P28W5ukBR08
As a Company with several business divisions and enriched consulting capacity, we will continue to work hard with needed partnerships to close the funding deficit in Africa which entails numerous barriers impeding economic growth and prosperity. We are motivated to position Africa again for a Worldwide call to the understanding, consideration, and embedding the interest of project financing businesses in Africa, are increased.