Rural Infrastructure Development

We connect rural areas with markets to provide resilient infrastructure, spreading economic opportunity across communities.

We combine our total experience of infrastructure development to offer reform packages for rural areas, seeking to address barriers to their full participation in the economy. Barriers can be the physical infrastructure of an area – for instance, the requirement for a specific rural road maintenance programme. They can also be a result of specific climate hazards affecting rural areas, which  tend to be more agrarian and sensitive to weather changes.

In addition, challenges for power, potable water access and local institutional capacity vary so greatly between locations that a locally sensitive approach to infrastructure is required. Our expertise in rural infrastructure development enables a package of solutions to address all of these issues.