20 – 21 June 2017 | Radisson Blu Hotel, Kuwait City, Kuwait

Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 21 June 2017

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration, morning refreshments and networking

PPP AND FINANCING OPTIONS

9:00 am - 9:30 am PPP: Reviewing the need to include the private sector to ensure implementation and execution of road and highway projects in East Africa

Gabriel Negatu - Director General, Eastern Africa, African Development Bank
  • Discussing road infrastructure financing options and how PPP can be used for the development of roads and highways across Africa
  • Understanding the requirements and perspective of both private investors and civil aviation authorities
  • The challenges of financing large-scale PPP projects and navigating the legal and contractual requirements to facilitating PPPs
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Gabriel Negatu

Director General, Eastern Africa
African Development Bank

9:30 am - 10:00 am Exploring the design and implementation of performance-based contracts to overcome road management issues and road maintenance management systems

10:00 am - 10:30 am Networking break and refreshments

10:30 am - 11:00 am Reviewing funding options for the rehabilitation and maintenance of district and urban roads in Tanzania

Dr. Oscar Kikoyo - Executive Secretary, Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority, Consumer Consultative Council (SUMATRA), Tanzania

Dr. Oscar Kikoyo

Executive Secretary, Surface and Marine Transport Regulatory Authority
Consumer Consultative Council (SUMATRA), Tanzania

11:00 am - 11:30 am Involving the private sector to deliver public sector projects in a more efficient and costeffective manner

Eng. Stanley K. Kamau - Director/Head of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Unit, National Treasury of the Government of Kenya (GOK)
  • Capitalising on private investment to increase the capacity to deliver infrastructure in East Africa
  • Assessing the benefits of utilising the private sector to deliver better quality infrastructure in an efficient manner
  • Addressing challenges and discussing opportunities in preparing and implementing bankable and sustainable PPP projects in East Africa
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Eng. Stanley K. Kamau

Director/Head of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Unit
National Treasury of the Government of Kenya (GOK)

The desire of greater efficiency and better services, as well as the limited volume of public resources available to finance such services are now increasingly leading governments to enhance public-private partnerships approach. In order for more PPPs to emerge in Africa, countries need to improve the business environment.
At present serious constraints exist in many countries. These constraints are inadequate legal and regulatory framework for PPPs, lack of technical skills to manage PPP programmes and projects, unfavourable investor perception of country risk, Africa’s limited role in global trade and investment, small market size, limited infrastructure and limited financial markets.
This session will bring together major stakeholders in the region to discuss how overcome these challenges and how to build the right environment to ensure the building of these projects are followed through.
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Eng. Silas Kinoti

Ag. Director General and Secretary to the Board
Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA)

Godwin Punungwe

Trade and Transport Facilitation Expert
Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA)

Mr Robert Mwesigwa Nviiri

Executive Director
East African Community

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Networking lunch

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Reviewing how the introduction of intelligent transport systems in East Africa roads and highways infrastructure can overcome traffic challenges Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) have played an important role to enhance travel experience.

The increasing vehicle population, coupled with the changing socioeconomic landscape, rapid urbanisation in East Africa have brought about new transportation challenges. At the same time, developments in ITS technology have presented opportunities for the city-state to address the challenges and reshape the transportation landscape.
This session will bring together experts to discuss on the types of technologies required in ITS contracts in East Africa. It will also highlight how introducing intelligent traffic
management system will help in easing the perennial congestion in Nairobi roads. It will highlight how the system is designed to allow a longer period of traffic flow from roads with most vehicles, a departure from the current time-based system and its project updates.

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Strategies to attract private investors for East and Central Africa transportation projects

Gamal Hegazy - Chief Executive Office, General Authority for Land and Dry Ports, Egypt
  • Factors that attract private investors
  • The benefits of private investors providing support for African infrastructure
  • Taking advantage of the continent’s potential as a market and source of natural resources

Gamal Hegazy

Chief Executive Office
General Authority for Land and Dry Ports, Egypt

3:30 pm - 12:00 am Awards presentation and ceremony

This prestigious awards ceremony is being organised to recognise achievements in improving the safety of East Africa roads. Awards will be presented for: ■■ Best private sector initiative to improve road safety mongst its workforce
Best media campaign to improve road safety
Most innovative campaign to engage communities in improving road safety
Award for sustained and long-term commitment to road safety in Africa (individual or organisation)

(Awarded to individuals or organisations) Please visit the website for nomination form and submission guidelines.

3:30 pm - 3:30 pm End of conference day two

The published programme is correct at time of printing. However, given the seniority of our speakers and the nature of their roles, speakers may subsequentlysubstitute or remove themselves from the programme. This is always regrettable, and we will always try to replace the speaker with a speaker with equivalent insight. For the most up-todate programme, please visit the event website.