After the conflict ended in Angola, the country was faced with development challenges in economic and social conditions. The Government needed direction and reforms to encourage private sector participation to meet Angola’s vast infrastructure needs in electricity and gas,
water and sanitation, transport, and telecommunications.
Private Solutions for Infrastructure in Angola provides an objective assessment of Angola’s general environment for private sector participation in infrastructure. The main purpose of the book is to assist the Government of Angola in developing policies and a framework for the promotion
of private participation in the rebuilding and development of the country’s infrastructure. This book focuses on maximizing the role and contribution of the private sector in infrastructure and it analyzes and documents the barriers, opportunities, and measures to promote private participation
in infrastructure over the period 2005-2020. The book also provides a summary of the action plan of the short, medium, and long-term steps to facilitate private sector participation.