Strategic Water Infrastructure Projects in Southern Africa

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Water scarcity is hindering the future of Africa, as water plays a crucial role in most of the operations in the continent. A number of Southern African countries are experiencing extreme climatic conditions such as floods and drought in the same year, making it difficult for planning future investments in the sector. Therefore, the need for careful examination of the situation and selective investment in these countries becomes very vital. The hot shot countries that have been discussed are South Africa, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe. The study includes the current economic scenario and institutional framework, and highlights the current investment trends and how these investments will change in the future.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Executive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveIntroductionKey Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Definitions and Scope Southern Africa—Economic OutlookSouthern Africa—Water Sector OverviewDrivers and RestraintsKey Market DriversKey Market Drivers ExplainedKey Market Drivers Explained (continued)Key Market RestraintsKey Market Restraints ExplainedKey Market Restraints Explained (continued)Country Overview—South AfricaOverview—Current InfrastructureOverview—Current Infrastructure (continued)Access to Improved Water SourcesInstitutional Framework—South AfricaInstitutional Framework—South Africa (continued)Future Opportunities—Water AbstractionFuture Opportunities—Water DistributionFuture Opportunities—Water TreatmentFuture Opportunities—Wastewater TreatmentInvestment AnalysisMozambiqueOverview—Current InfrastructureOverview—Current Infrastructure (continued)Access to Improved Water SourcesInstitutional Framework—MozambiqueInstitutional Framework—Mozambique (continued)Investment Trends in the Water SectorBudget Allocation of Water SectorFuture Opportunities—Water AbstractionFuture Opportunities—Water DistributionFuture Opportunities—Water TreatmentTanzaniaOverview—Current infrastructureOverview—Current Infrastructure (continued)Access to Improved Water SourcesInstitutional Framework—TanzaniaInstitutional Framework—Tanzania (continued)Future Opportunities—Rural Water Supply and SanitationFuture Opportunities—Rural Water Supply and Sanitation (continued)Future Opportunities—Urban Water Supply and SanitationFuture Opportunities—Urban Water Supply and Sanitation (continued)Future Opportunities—Water Resource ManagementFuture Opportunities—Water Resource Management (continued)Investment AnalysisZimbabweOverview—Current InfrastructureOverview—Current Infrastructure (continued)Access to Improved Water SourcesInstitutional Framework—ZimbabweInstitutional Framework—Zimbabwe (continued)Future Opportunities—Water AbstractionFuture Opportunities—Water DistributionFuture Opportunities—Water TreatmentFuture Opportunities—Wastewater TreatmentInvestment AnalysisInvestment Analysis (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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