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Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA)

Algeria
Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA)-Algeria

Project : TAH programme

Description : This is phase I of the continental connectivity programme that focuses on completion and standardisation of the TAH missing links by 2030

 

Project : Single African Sky phase 1 (design and initial implementation)

Description : Single African Sky is a continental programme that will create a high-level, satellite-based air navigation system for the African continent

 

Project : Yamoussoukro Decision implementation

Description : Accelerate Yamoussoukro Decision implementation by identifying countries that are ready to fully implement it, and discussing and agreeing with both their governments and airlines to launch the voluntary club on a full membership basis

 

Project : North Africa Transmission (DFS)

Description : 2,700 km line from Morocco to Egypt through Algeria, Tunisia and Libya

 

Project : Nigeria–Algeria Gas Pipeline  (DFS)

Description : 4,100 km gas pipeline from Warri to Hassi R’Mel in Algeria

 

Project : Trans-Maghreb Highway

Description : This programme is designed to improve travel for people and goods across the Maghreb countries,; and design and implement a smart corridor system along the highway and install one-stop border posts

 

Project : Lullemeden Aquifer System

Description : Prefeasibility studies for improved use of the aquifer system

 

Project : ICT Enabling Environment

Description : This programme would improve the environment for the private sectors to invest in high-speed broadband infrastructure

 

Project : ICT Terrestrial for Connectivity

Description : This programme has two main components: secure each country connection by at least two broadband infrastructure and ensure the access to submarine cable to all landlocked countries

 

Project : Internet Exchange Point (IXP) programme

Description:  The aim of this programme is to provide Africa with adequate internet node exchange to maximise internal traffic

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