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Transport Policy & Planning
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Infrastructure Development and Management
Private Sector Investment Promotion
Monitoring, Evaluation and Capacity Building

Private Sector Investment Promotion

The main objectives of this program are to Provide an enabling policy and legal framework for the promotion of public, private partnerships in major infrastructure projects, adopt marketing strategies to enhance private sector participation in investments along the Northern Corridor, and enable the private sector to participate in policy making and implementation and mitigate effects of social economic Dimensions in Regional Cross-border.

The above objectives contribute immensely to the realisation of the following two strategic Objectives envisioned in the Northern Corridor 2012 -2016 Strategy;

  1. SO1: Development of opportunities and incentives for increased private sector investment and participation in the Northern Corridor
  2. SO2: Expansion, modernization and improvement of Transport Infrastructure and service relating to road, rail, pipeline, ports, inland waterways, Border Posts, terminals, communication systems and other related facilities

The TTCA has embarked on a program of turning the Northern Corridor into an Economic Development Corridor (EDC), through Spatial Development Initiative (SDI). This initiative looks at promoting the interdependencies and linkages between transport infrastructure development with other key sectors such as Intra-regional Trade, energy, tourism, mining, agro processing and others.

Private Sector Promotion initiatives under the SDI approach will essentially focus the development effort on high potential areas, through;

  • Identifying and configuring both private and infrastructure investments and 
  • Attracting the required investments to start the development process. 

The SDI strategies will further focus on high potential areas, by following a demand-led approach to infrastructure requirements, by making a deliberate effort to link the region’s natural resources to key infrastructure elements (typically energy and transport) to beneficiate the region’s natural resources.