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Africa Public-Private Partnerships Network (AP3N) and Infra Africa donate towards the fight of Covid19 in Uganda.

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1) Africa Public-Private Partnerships Network (AP3N) has donated 150 bags of Maize Flour.

(R-L) The Chairman Uganda’s National Response Fund to Covid19,Engineer Emmanuel Katongole ,the Political Overseer of the Fund, Hon.Mary Karooro Okurut,Africa Public-Private Partnerships Network (AP3N) boss Ms Beatrice Flora and Mr Joseph Mukhwana, one of the Directors of Infra Africa during the handover.Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

Africa Public-Private Partnerships Network (AP3N) led by its co-president Beatrice Flora handed them to the Political Overseer of the National Response Fund to Covid19 Hon.Mary Karooro Okurut on Thursday.

(R-L) The Chairman Uganda’s National Response Fund to Covid19,Engineer Emmanuel Katongole ,the Political Overseer of the Fund, Hon.Mary Karooro Okurut,Africa Public-Private Partnerships Network (AP3N) boss Ms Beatrice Flora and Mr Joseph Mukhwana, one of the Directors of Infra Africa during the handover.Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

Africa Public-Private Partnerships Network (AP3N) brings together PPP professionals and PPP units across Africa to develop solutions for project development and importation under a PPP arrangement 

Maize Flour after delivery.Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

The second company is Infra Africa Solutions Limited Executive Director is Ms. Aanyu Rechael and Joseph Mukhwana one of the Directors. Infra Africa is an advisory firm with a network of experts available to provide infrastructure solutions. For project development. Infra has the capacity to bring the Private sector together in a biz forum matching them with available projects, offers PPP capacity building, coaching and mentorship, networking, project profiling, development of enabling environment for PPP implementation. Infra works in partnership with companies across Africa and the world. Recently March 2, 2019  held an event ‘celebrating women in infrastructure’  with awards to personalities who have contributed to the recognition and promotion of women  in infrastructure and these personalities include: 1) H.E president Yoweri Kaguta Musenevi for his role in placing more women in positions of responsibility in infrastructure, 2)

Africa Public-Private Partnerships Network (AP3N) boss Ms Beatrice Flora (R) with Mr. Joseph Mukhwana, one of the Directors of Infra Africa after the handover.Photo by Ronald Kabuubi/KMA Updates.

Dr Amina Hersi Mogi, founder and CEO of Atyak Sugar, 3) H.E Ambassador Lady Mac Della Cooper the former presidential candidate of the Republic of Liberia, philanthropist, and investor, HRH Naginda Nnabagereka, the queen of Buganda for her contribution towards women empowerment, CEO of Kiira Motors Uganda Limited for his role on placing women at the centre of development of electric cars, solar buses at Kiira Motors Limited and late Major Naume Karungi, a former pilot of the Updf for dedication in pioneering the aerospace.

AP3N was launched by H.E President Museveni together with Rt Hon Raila Odinga, Africa Union head for infrastructure development in Sept 18 2020 during the high level event ‘Public-Private Partnerships Africa’s Next Big Thing.

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