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    From left to right: Christian Kampen (KfW), Thomas Dave (KfW), Kristin Teigland (Norway), Stephen Karangizi (ALSF), Jennifer Mullonney (Canada), Holger Grundel (United Kingdom), and Pyke Polderman (Netherlands).

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    Kristin Teigland (Norway)

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    Stephen Karangizi (ALSF)

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    Christian Kampen (KfW), Pyke Polderman (Netherlands) and  Stephen Karangizi (ALSF)

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    Holger Grundel (United Kingdom)

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    Christian Kampen (KfW)

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    Jennifer Mullonney (Canada)

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    From left to right: Nigel Boardman, Partner, Slaughter & May LLP; Sheila Khama, Director, ANRC at the AfDB; Honourable. Konimba Sidibé, Minister for the Promotion of Investment and Private Sector, Mali; Fabrice Nze-Bekale, CEO, Société Equatoriale des Mines (SEM); Rebecca Major, Partner, Herbert Smith & Freehills LLP (Paris);  and Otsile Matlou, Head of Mining Department ENS Africa 

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    Sheila Khama, Director, Africa Natural Resources Centre at the AfDB

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    Honourable. Konimba Sidibé, Minister for the Promotion of Investment and Private Sector

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    Rebecca Major, Partner, Herbert Smith & Freehills LLP (Paris)

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    Otsile Matlou, Head of Mining Department ENS Africa 

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    Management Board of the ALSF (from left to right) Stephen Karangizi, Director of the ALSF; Eve Sinare, Tanzania; Sixtus Vusi, Chairman of the Management Board, Cameroon; Seward Cooper, Liberia; and Pim de Keizer, Netherlands

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    Sixtus Vusi, Chairman of the Management Board and Eve Sinare, Tanzania

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    Pim de Keizer, Netherlands  and Stephen Karangizi, Director of the ALSF;

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    Eve Sinare, Tanzania and Amir Shaikh, Cheif Legal Counsel, ALSF.

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    Eve Sinare, Tanzania and Pim de Keizer, Netherlands

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    Henry Rotich, Cabinet Secretary of the Treasury, Kenya addressing participants at the official opening ceremony. The Cabinet Secretary empasised that need for skilled officers who can identify, prepare, and implement successful projects.

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    Gabriel Negatu, Regional Director of the AfDB consults with Henry Rotich, Cabinet Secretary of the Treasury.

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    Maude Vallee, Principal Legal Officer at the African Legal Support Facility addressing participants at the official opening ceremony. She stressed that ALSF is committed to strengthening the legal capacity of African governments so that negotiating parties are able to work on high quality projects that can meet a country’s development strategy while being attractive for investors.

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    Participants of the Regional workshop on Preparing Public-Private partnerships that was held from June 29 to July 3, 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya.  The workshop was attended by 30 representatives from Djibouti, Ethiopia Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Nigeria, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.

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    Participants from Nigeria. The Nomadic PPP Training Programme is a 3-year project being implemented in partnership with Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and Expertise France that seeks to strengthen the capacity of key government officials, lawyers and targeted groups of professionals involved PPPs.

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    Participants from Mauritius.  Through the project, the ALSF and its partners will offer thematic workshops that will focus on Airport, Railway, Port and Road infrastructure; Urban services; Mining concessions and Production, transport and distribution of energy.

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    Governing Council of the ALSF (from left to right): Christian Fougner, Norway; Abdenor Brahmi, France; Nimatou Dramane, West African Development Bank (BOAD); Holger Grundel, UK; Charles Boamah, AfDB; Stephen Karangizi, Director of the ALSF, Frieda Nicolai, Netherlands; Martine Mabiala, Gabon; Patrick Zimpita, Malawi; Rafique Mahomed, Mozambique; Phillippe Nizeyimana, Belgium.

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    Charles Boamah, Vice  of the governing council flanked by Philippe Nizeyimana and Stephen Karangizi (left).

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    Members of the Governing council.  (from left to right): Rafique Mahomed, Mozambique; ; Nimatou Dramane, West African Development Bank (BOAD);  Abdenor Brahmi, France and Frieda Nicolai, Member State - OECD

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    ….. deliberates with Stephen Karangizi, Director of the African Legal Support Facility.

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    Stephen Karangizi, Director of the African Legal Support Facility addressing delegates at the high-level meeting on “Sovereign Debt in Africa: Options, Obstacles & Opportunities” convened by African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) on May 28, 2015 at the African Development Bank’s Annual Meetings in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

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    Seth E. Terkper, Minister of Finance, Republic of Ghana addressing delegates at the  high-level meeting on “Sovereign Debt in Africa: Options, Obstacles & Opportunities”  He shared Ghana’s experience in the sovereign bond market.

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    Eminent panelists at the “Sovereign Debt in Africa: Options, Obstacles & Opportunities” debate at the AfDB Annual Meetings in Abidjan (left to right): Melissa Butler, Partner, White & Case LLP; Aurélien Mali, Senior Analytical Advisor, Moody’s; Michael Atingi-Ego, Deputy Director, Africa Region, IMF; Michèle Lamarche, Managing Director at Lazard Frères & Co.; Peter Sullivan, Senior Vice-President at Citigroup. Standing - Alan Kasujja, Moderator.

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    Adama Koné, Director General of the Treasury in Côte d’Ivoire addressing delegates.  He reported that the Ivorian experience on the markets has been largely positive due to the proactive steps taken by the government to establish institutions to manage the debt

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    A cross section of participants at the high-level meeting on “Sovereign Debt in Africa: Options, Obstacles & Opportunities” held on May 28, 2015 at the African Development Bank’s Annual Meetings in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

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    Stephen Karangizi, Director of the African Legal Support Facility speaking at the AEF Ministerial Forum held on June 10, 2015. He called on international investors to secure business transactions that will be fair and balanced for company shareholders and stakeholders in government.

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    James Musoni, Minister of Infrastructure, Rwanda

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    Kwabena Donkor, Minister of Power, Ghana

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    Mamadou Frankalay Keita, Minister of Energy and Water, Mali

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    Henry Macauley, Minister of Energy, Sierra Leone

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    Charles Mathias Zulu, Deputy Minister of Mines, Energy and Water Development, Zambia

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    Simon D’Ujanga, Minister of State for Energy, Uganda

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    Cross section of participants at the Ministerial Forum

From left to right: Christian Kampen (KfW), Thomas Dave (KfW), Kristin Teigland (Norway), Stephen Karangizi (ALSF), Jennifer Mullonney (Canada), Holger Grundel (United Kingdom), and Pyke Polderman (Netherlands).

ALSF Donor Roundtable, 24 May, 2016, Lusaka, Zambia

From left to right: Nigel Boardman, Partner, Slaughter & May LLP; Sheila Khama, Director, ANRC at the AfDB; Honourable. Konimba Sidibé, Minister for the Promotion of Investment and Private Sector, Mali; Fabrice Nze-Bekale, CEO, Société Equatoriale des Mines (SEM); Rebecca Major, Partner, Herbert Smith & Freehills LLP (Paris);  and Otsile Matlou, Head of Mining Department ENS Africa 

ALSF Side Event, State Equity Participation, Now what?, May 25, 2016, Lusaka Zambia

Management Board of the ALSF (from left to right) Stephen Karangizi, Director of the ALSF; Eve Sinare, Tanzania; Sixtus Vusi, Chairman of the Management Board, Cameroon; Seward Cooper, Liberia; and Pim de Keizer, Netherlands

ALSF Management Board Meeting, 11 - 12 April 2016, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire

Henry Rotich, Cabinet Secretary of the Treasury, Kenya addressing participants at the official opening ceremony. The Cabinet Secretary empasised that need for skilled officers who can identify, prepare, and implement successful projects.

Preparing Public-Private Partnerships Opening Ceremony, June 29, 2015, Nairobi Kenya