1. Major economic infrastructure projects
A large project to develop economic infrastructure which includes the reorganization of the business township in downtown Ouagadougou by the development of the Commercial and Administrative Activities Zone (ZACA) over an area of 46 hectares at a cost of 50 million Euros. Here investors find the opportunity to invest in real estate and construction of market units.
The extension of the Diverse Activities Zone (ZAD) with the development of 200 plots over an area of 46 hectares to establish interested SME/SMI particularly in the field of processing.
The construction of a new international airport near Ouagadougou, Tabtenga for nearly 183 million Euros, with BOT system with a strong private sector involvement.
The electric interconnection Burkina - Ghana and Burkina – Ivory Coast for a nominal voltage of 450,000 volts, 421 kms long and a global implementation cost of about 61 million Euros, with the aim of significantly reducing the cost of electricity.
Major rail interconnection projects in West Africa of which one that will link Ouagadougou to Kumasi, Ghana.
Projects for electrification of rural areas for nearly 40 million Euros.
The development of tourist sites for 2 million Euros.
The State has initiated other projects of public-private partnership in the domain of road infrastructure and hydro agricultural development whose cost of implementation researched with external partners amounts to over 144 million Euros.
2. Privatization program and disengagement of the State from productive sectors
The different areas of Privetisation are :-
The privatization of the Burkinabè National Electricity Company (SONABEL), a State corporation with a capital of 70,126 ,548 Euros and which produces over 360,000 MW of thermal and hydraulic energy.
The opening of the capital of the Burkinabè National Company of Hydrocarbons (SONABHY), a State corporation with capital of 4,573, 471 euros, which imports, stock and supplies the country with hydrocarbon for a demand of more than 135 million Euros per year.
The privatization of the international airports of Ouagadougou and Bobo-Dioulasso which have seen a marked change in their performance, since 1995.
Privatization of the Control Center of Automotive Vehicles (CCVA), a State corporation with a social capital of 649,768 Euros, which realizes all the technical visits of the Burkinabè industrial park.
3. Private sector projects
The strong delegation of the Burkinabe economic operators carries many mature and credible projects in terms of:
Processing of local products: oilseeds, fruits and vegetables, cotton, livestock, milk, animal feed.
Promotion of tourist sites.
Production of mineral water.
Import - substitution like the production of wheat, cement, paint and dyes and plastic bags.
Export of medicinal plants.
The tertiary sector.
Production of biofuels through jatropha, etc.