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Urbanisation Figures

Urbanisation presents major challenges in the worlds developing cities. The mass migration of peoples towards economically active regions necessitates better resource allocation and smart planning. Lets take a look at the figures.

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Sudan Infrastructure Insight 2030

Increase in government support, and a rapidly expanding network of knowledge hubs, accelerator programmes, and active venture capital funds has seen Sudan has become one of the fastest growing infrastructure in the MENA region. We take a closer look understand what is helping to support this change.

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Ports Integration in Sub Saharan Africa

Africa, despite its enormous size, still represents only a small portion of world trade. Exports are largely commodity based and include oil, coal, iron ore, ferrochrome, precious metals, cocoa, palm oil and timber. Ports are a vital part of the supply chain in Africa with each port having a far-reaching hinterland often spanning a number of countries. Ports have thus become a natural focus for regional development.

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City Transportation – Khartoum Perspective

In this report K.I.S examined a range of global databases as well as national sources that report both public and private spending on infrastructure. With the exception of a few national sources for transportation data, we used International Transport Forum (ITF) data for road, rail, port, and airport spending;

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Sewerage Network and Wastewater Treatment

Khartoum’s current sewerage networks currently covers only 6% of Khartoum’s population and is dated, poorly maintained and unable to keep pace with its rising population and rapid urbanization.

Meeting the wastewater challenge is thus not a luxury but a prudent, practical and transformative act, able to boost public health, secure the sustainability of natural resources and trigger employment in better, more intelligent water management.

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