CCCC has constructed highways in various African countries, connecting the capital with ports, cities with rural areas, and fulfilling the highway dream for many African nations.
Addis Ababa-Adama Highway in Ethiopia
The Addis Ababa-Adama Highway in Ethiopia has played a crucial role in promoting trade, as large quantities of goods are transported to all parts of Ethiopia every day via this highway.
Kampala-Entebbe Highway in Uganda
The Kampala-Entebbe Highway in Uganda has created over 1,500 engineering and technical jobs for Ugandans, with 90% of the employees being locals. During the project construction phase, many measures were taken to contribute to the local community and schools. These efforts included road repairs, the digging of water wells, and active collaboration with local educational institutions to promote talent training and create job opportunities for students.
Yaoundé-Douala Highway in Cameroon
The Yaoundé-Douala Highway in Cameroon, with a focus on environmental protection, won the ENR Global Best Project Award and significantly improved the efficiency of material transportation between the capital and port city.
Abuja-Keffi Expressway in Nigeria
The Abuja-Keffi Expressway in Nigeria will greatly alleviate traffic pressure between the capital and Nasarawa State, promote the utilization of mineral resources, and drive economic growth along the route.