Become A Partner

Why Become a Partner

EMPOWER

  • Support African governments in their ability to develop a robust pipeline of bankable projects.
  • Accelerate the development of Infrastructure PPP talent pool within African governments.

SPEARHEAD

  • Contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goal 9 to build resilient infrastructure, foster innovation and promote sustainable industrialization.
  • Gain unique brand recognition and visibility for your organization on the AIFP website, related collaterals and at events such as the Paris InfraWeek and Africa-France Summit.

CONTRIBUTE

  • Share your knowledge and expertise.
  • Sponsor logistical organization of the program (transport, accommodation, travel, meals, speakers, etc.).

 

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HOW TO BECOME A PARTNER

You can make a difference to the future of Infrastructure in Africa by committing to either of our partnership options:

1. HOST A FELLOW

2. JOIN THE AIFP BOARD OR ADVISORY COUNCIL

3. CONTRIBUTE FINANCIALLY

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1. HOST A FELLOW

Hassle-free process

AIFP facilitates the legal agreement and logistical support to host Fellows at no cost to you.

Donate time and expertise

Donate time and expertise as a host organization providing one or two fellows with an unpaid secondment.

Flexible duration for secondment

Secondment are immersive and up to two months in duration.

Shape the secondment together

AIFP could assist you in shaping the secondment opportunities, if required.

Awareness & Exposure

Promote Fellows’ understanding with a specific-division presentations and/or receptions.

3. CONTRIBUTE FINANCIALLY

Financial donations and reductions in cost are welcomed in support of our Operations, IT, Marketing or Educational programs.

 

You can expect:

  • Opportunities to meet Fellows
  • Testimonials from Fellows
  • Thank you videos
  • Visibility to key decision makers on our website and in our marketing collaterals

Your contribution is
tax deductible *

The AIFP is a Public Utility Foundation recognized by the Royal Decree of Belgium on July 16, 2019

 

* Subject to the applicable national legal regulations