Miundo Misingi Hub

Miundo Msingi is a Swahili noun meaning infrastructure. The Miundo Misingi Hub is a centre for excellence in infrastructure financing and development that brings together infrastructure development practitioners, companies, public sector bodies, academia and civil society organisations.

It is an ecosystem that seeks to enhance the collaboration of public and private sectors by connecting all the infrastructure stakeholders while providing crucial data required to make informed and accurate decisions.

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Miundo Msingi is a Swahili noun meaning infrastructure. The Miundo Misingi Hub is a centre for excellence in infrastructure financing and development that brings together infrastructure development practitioners, companies, public sector bodies, academia and civil society organisations.

It is an ecosystem that seeks to enhance the collaboration of public and private sectors by connecting all the infrastructure stakeholders while providing crucial data required to make informed and accurate decisions.

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Core Pillars

Capacity Building

Infra-connect

Project Pipeline

Infra Services

Sustainability & ESG

Vision

To create a better quality of life for all through the development and delivery of resilient, affordable and sustainable infrastructure throughout East Africa.

Our Core Values

Passion

Passion

Integrity

Integrity

Learning

Learning

Inclusion

Inclusion

Accountability

Accountability

Leadership

Leadership

Vision

To create a better quality of life for all through the development and delivery of resilient, affordable and sustainable infrastructure throughout East Africa.

Our Core Values

Passion

Passion

Integrity

Integrity

Learning

Learning

Leadership

Leadership

Inclusion

Inclusion

Accountability

Accountability

Hub Partners

Hub Partners

Expression of interest:

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