Cameroon presents itself as a vast construction site. This affirmation is all the more true as many projects are in progress or in the process of realization with as a bonus, the organization of the African Cup of Nations in 2021. Organizing such a competition generates for the country beneficial benefits and direct in terms of infrastructure insofar as it will be necessary to reassure roads, energy, hotels, hospitals and housing.
In terms of health, the construction and renewal of infrastructure represent an opportunity as well as the training of personnel, the supply of advanced equipment, the technical platform and logistics. In the field of energy, a vast development program for the sector is underway, particularly with regard to electricity. The country has for example a strong potential in solar energy which offers prospects of investments in several fields such as the biomass power station, the solar power station, the wind power, the exploitation of gas, the production and the distribution of electricity. electricity, hydroelectricity and various infrastructures.
Infrastructure is indeed a particularly interesting investment: the construction of a good infrastructure and the improvement of access to clean energies create a virtuous circle which favors an increase in consumption and a widening of the market allowing the private sector to prosper. In the same vein, the field of information and communication technologies and more generally the digital economy, represent a strong potential for investment. The development and modernization of infrastructure in this promising sector presents many opportunities both with regard to the expansion of mobile telephone networks, audiovisual, audio, broadband internet provision, and in services for the sale of advanced digital equipment, their installation, maintenance and repair, technical assistance, training and capacity building for professionals in the sector.
In its action plan, the Bantu development initiative association works with a set of private and government partners such as the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, the Ministry of Industry and Mines and the Ministry of small and medium-sized enterprises to respond to investor complaints. This is precisely to facilitate the implementation of partnerships between institutions, Cameroonian project leaders, German companies and investors. In this perspective, the association
seeks to strengthen the investment environment in the country, and raise awareness of infrastructure investment opportunities.
SYGERCAM 2019 will be an ideal opportunity to connect international experts and investors from the public and private sectors, as well as young entrepreneurs, start-up creators and project leaders.