Dominique Hautbergue

Project Manager at AFD’s training center (CEFEB)

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Dominique Hautbergue is an engineer who has been working for over 25 years on infrastructure projects in various countries, particularly in the urban sector. He started his career as a technical inspection engineer in civil engineering in France and subsequently specialized in the water and sanitation sector in international design offices, where he managed studies for various projects and their implementation. After having headed the Brazilian subsidiary of a German consultancy firm, then an engineering firm of the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations Group, he joined AFD in 2001, where his work focused on financing urban infrastructure and local authorities in the Maghreb region and overseas France. He is continuing his activity in the CEFEB’s “Cities and Sustainable Territories” unit on the topics of urban development and infrastructure.

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“PPPs are not an end in themselves, but a tool for a project of public interest”

Africa’s needs for infrastructure expenditure have been estimated at USD 93bn a year for 10 years, i.e. 15% of African GDP. Can Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) contribute to meeting these needs? We take stock of this financial tool with Lionel Yondo, PPP expert in AFD’s Africa Department, Dominique Hautbergue, Project Manager at AFD’s training center (CEFEB), and Anne Gautier, Investment Officer in AFD’s structured finance team.


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