Infrastructure Opportunities

fter 30 years of war and neglect, South Sudan faces critical infrastructure shortages: • Less than 1% of the population has access to electricity • Less than 1% of main roads are paved • Less than 1% of the population lives in formal housing Given the scale of investment required, the Government of South Sudan realises it cannot possibly build and operate all the infrastructure needed. The Government is therefore eager to bring in private investors to build and operate infrastructure that can be run commercially, including property development, power generation, airports, toll roads and bridges, railways, river services.

Potential Projects:

Cement Feasibility Study in Kapoeta. Feasibility study for cement plant using local mineral materials in Kapoeta in Eastern Equatoria (PPP SS Investment Authority)

Manufacture of cement utilizing naturally occurring mineral materials in Kajokeji in Central Equatoria (PPP SS Investment Authority)

Manufacture of cement utilizing naturally occurring mineral materials in Mangayat in Western Bahr el Ghazal (PPP SS Investment Authority)

Juba International Airport. Completion of new terminal building in Juba; Volume: $12,500,000 (BOT Transport)

Nile River transport project including dredging; Volume: $152,583,000 (PPP Transport)

Sanitary Landfill. Construction and operation of sanitary landfill in Juba; Volume: $15,250,000 (PPP Environment)

Wastewater treatment. Improve oxidation ponds and build new water treatment plant in Juba; Volume: $17,500,000 (PPP Environment)

Fiber Optics Network Nationwide network of fiber optic cable; Volume: $200,000,000 (PPP Tele-communications)

Low cost housing. Construction of 10,000 houses (MPM)

Malakal-Jikou Road (329 km) (PPP Roads & Bridges)

Kapoeta-Boma-Raad Road (278 km) (PPP Roads & Bridges) Roads

Juba-Terekeka-Ramciel Road (200 km) (PPP Roads & Bridges)

Wau-Aweil-Meiram Road (290 km) (PPP Roads & Bridges)

Rumbek-Bentiu-Jau Road (371 km) (PPP Roads & Bridges)

Tharjath – Rumbek 400 KV ; Volume: $15,125,000 (Greenfield Electricity & Dams)

Juba– Ramchiel –Rumbek 400 KV in Juba; Volume: $80,000,000 (Electricity & Dams)

South Sudan and Uganda grid interconnection 400 KV ; Volume: $27,875,000 (Electricity & Dams)

Rumbek-Wau-Aweil 400/220 KV in Rumbek; Volume: $41,250,000 (Electricity & Dams)

Juba-Torit-Kapoeta 220 KV in Juba; Volume: $85,350,000 (Electricity & Dams)

South Sudan and Sudan grid interconnection ;Volume: $37,250,000 (Electricity & Dams)

Malakal-Ayod-Bor-Juba 400 KV in Malakal; Volume: $31,250,000 (Electricity & Dams)

Juba 220 KV interconnection line in Juba; Volume: $8,300,000 (Electricity & Dams)

For more information, please do not hesitate to reach out to us: contact@newsudanfoundation.com.