We are currently in the process of creating an investment fund with a focus on primary and secondary industries activities (notably infrastructures and factories). We believe that the development of Africa rests on the sustainable development of these industries. Indeed, not only major issues such as food shortage can be vanquished, but the development and modernization of these industries will create more jobs, enlarging the African middle class and resulting in a bigger market base for all other businesses to target. Therefore, we will be raising funds to participate and lead the development of big farming and mining conglomerates, the construction of transformation centers for the goods produced (factories, plants, refineries) and means to transport the products (roads, railroads, ports). We will also finance services ancillary to those activities.
We also connect investors who focus on a particular investment niche to opportunities matching their requirements. AfricaOne carries out feasibility studies, market surveys and evaluations of financial sector projects worldwide, using proven research methodologies and techniques.
Our flexible and wide-ranging on-field arm is involved in all aspects of large-scale projects development from inception to delivery. We are involved in the preliminary studies, bidding process, blueprinting, fundraising, monitoring, … We aim to be at the forefront of the environmental front, as such, all our projects, not only embrace the most stringent environment standards, but are also imbued with our green designs and philosophy at all levels.
Real Estate Development
The African housing crisis is a huge impediment to development. Due to the lack of housing, young professionals and families can hardly afford to live in proper quarters. The high price of housing takes a big toll on workers’ savings. We are involved in the development of a total of 25,000 units of both affordable and luxury housings as well as ancillary facilities (schools, hospitals, entertainment and shopping centers, etc.) in several countries. Those projects use green technologies to lower the carbon print, energy consumption, and waste.
Power Plants & Grids
Low power supply and reliability plagues many African countries. Through our subsidiary, WaveGrid, We aim to increase the power capacity in Africa by building renewable power plants, both on- and off-grid. We are currently in negotiation to build hydroelectric dams and solar plants in West Africa. We also built power lines to transport the electricity from the plants to the users. Smart grids are also required to decrease power waste, and ensure efficient management and distribution.
The development of Africa cannot be achieved without a thorough and realizable industrialization plan. We aim to reduce the quantity of raw goods and materials exported form the continent.as such, we identify the industries and region most in need of factories to transform raw materials into semi-finished or finished products, assemble key stakeholders (developers, financiers, governments, supply chains, customers), and oversee the construction and early operations of the factories.
Our foremost objectives are: quality, reliability, health, environment, onsite transformation, and technology transfer.
AfricaOne provides consulting services in an extensive range of sectors, including Energy, Information Technology, Financial Services, Mining, Environment, and Legal fields.