Infrastructure

Throughout the DRC, there is drastic need for basic infrastructure. Whatever limited systems were once functioning now lie in a state of absolute neglect, breakdown and obsolescence. We will work with public and private investment partners to develop a coherent policy for ongoing investment in our transportation systems including roads, railways, ports on our waterways and lakes, air navigation and airports. In addition, we need to expand electric power generation capability and the distribution grid, plus alternative sources such as solar, geothermal, and other new technological solutions. We need better communications and internet access for our economy to function in the modern data driven world.

At the community level, need to rehabilitate and modernize the work of the regular maintenance of agricultural feeder roads to allow farmers and small industry continued access to markets and revenue. This will also give the peasant a place in the greater economic development context.

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