VENTURING IN THE MIDDLE-EAST AND NORTH AFRICA REGION
POST INTEGRATION SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Africa, despite its enormous size, still represents only a small portion of world trade.
Investment into ports and transport corridors plays an crucial role in the free flow of goods and services. We have analysed the latest trends from East Africa region to provide the reader with the latest insight on what the future holds for this growing region.
ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT IN SUDAN
Civil infrastructure has provided the corner stone for economic development throughout the Middle-ages, today with the growing technology the types of economic infrastructure are far and wide. With a deep pool of resources the types of civil infrastructure to develop a region has no boundaries and so selecting the essential infrastructure for incremental development has a fundamental role to play.
Sudan is currently undergoing a rapidly expanding network of knowledge hubs, accelerator programmes and active venture capital funds and is set to become one of the fastest growing infrastructure in the MENA region.
URBAN TRANSPORTATION IN KHARTOUM
Urban transport networks and urban growth, a multi-faceted activity, dictates the quality of life of millions of the urban dwellers, whether they are residents of developed or developing cities.
Khartoum city depends on a single-modal transport – vehicular road system. Mass transport modes are completely absent making Khartoum unable to meet citizens’ mobility demand. Thus passengers facing long time delays in transport stations. Slow traffic speeds and severe traffic jams result in long trip periods, high traffic accidents rates and high suspended particulate concentrations accumulating in the air.