A number of key strategies have been adopted in order to achieve the infrastructure strategic objective indicated above. They include the following:
1. Development and revision of model policies and regulations (for Transport, ICT, and Energy);
2. Development of aid for trade programs along the major regional corridors including the establishment of One Stop Border Posts (OSBPs);
3. Development of legal and institutional frameworks for public private sector partnerships in order to increase the private sector participation in infrastructure development; and
4. Implementation of a communication strategy for the dissemination of information on development of infrastructure projects to all stakeholders.
The Infrastructure & Logistics Division is comprised of the following units which act
as specific focus areas.
Development and revision of model policies and regulations (for Transport, ICT, and Energy)
The Energy Sector in the COMESA region has experienced considerable growth over the last few years with the installed power generation capacity growing from approximately 48,352MW in 2012 to 91,969MW in 2019.
The ICT comprises telecommunications, broadcasting and postal services subsectors, whilst Energy covers electricity, fossil fuels and renewable energy subsectors
Infrastructure & Logistics division is comprised of the following team members.