The African Development Plan

The Hite Corporation, in conjunction with the United Nations, African Union, African Investment Bank, World Bank, and the African Economic Community, will, over the next 100 to 150 years, increase economic development over all of Africa.

The goals of the African Initiative are:

  1. To build infrastructure
  2. To provide plans for economic development
  3. To collaborate with governments to keep the peace
  4. To increase the GDP per capita of the African continent to levels of developed countries
  5. To have all African countries become developed in 100 years

That means that the economy will increase from about 2 trillion now to about 40 trillion dollars. It would turn Africa into the biggest market in the world and become the next China and India combined.

Algeria – The plan is to bolster the natural resource extraction industry in addition to tourism and farming industries being expanded.

Egypt – The Nile River valley will be a transportation corridor of 50 million people of many forms of transportation from the interior to the rebuilt port of Alexandria. Alexandria, Cairo, Luxor, Memphis, and Giza will be rebuilt.

Libya – Libya will still rely on Oil products and its dependence as trade zones. It has no other assets immediately available.

Morocco – Morocco will become a tourist destination and the natural resource extraction industry will be bolstered.

Sudan – Sudan will be a major transportation center and a port of call for oil and other natural resources that come from regions to the south.

Tunisia – Tunisia will be a center for Mediterranean farming and tourism.

Western Sahara – The plan is for the region to be a center of fishing and natural resource extraction.

Djibouti – Djibouti will be a city-state on the Red Sea. The population of the city is planned to increase and efforts should be made to turn it into an African Dubai with low tax rates and major tourism and trade potential.

Eritrea – Eritrea will be a city-state on the Red Sea in competition with Djibouti. The plan is to make the main city in the country into a tax-free area and serve as a gateway to the Ethiopian plateau.

Ethiopia – Ethiopia will be a large agricultural state for the rest of Africa, providing a transportation hub at the capital and good links with cities on the coast. It is already one of the fastest growing economies in the world and will be used to the advantage of other countries.

Somalia – Somalia is planned to be stabilized and turned into a large trade and industrial producing area. It is also planned to be a major port of call and transportation hub between Africa and East and Southeast Asia.

Burundi – The plan is to turn Burundi into a transportation hub among the Great Lakes of Africa and to increase agricultural and mining output.

Comoros – The plan is to bolster tourism and the spice trade in the country. It is also in the plans to turn some of the economy towards fishing and agriculture.

Kenya – The plan is to bolster the economy as it has been for the past couple of decades. Nairobi is also planned to become a large metropolis and a gateway for Eastern Africa. It will also become a large government center with many institutions.

Madagascar – Madagascar will be a place for natural resource extraction with many ports built from the coastal regions to the central plateau areas. The capital is planned to be a large city with many amenities for people working in natural resource extraction. It will also become a large tourist center.

Malawi – The plan is to have the country be a large commercial center for the southern African Great Lakes region and will also contribute to the agricultural industry.

Mauritius – Mauritius will become a center for tourism and financial services, already being one of the top luxury destinations in the world.

Mozambique – Mozambique will become a center for tourism, finances, and will also host a robust natural gas reserve.

Rwanda – Rwanda will be characterized by agriculture, with a small service sector near areas of high tourism activity.

Seychilles – Seychelles will be a center of tourism, fishing, and finances. It already supports a large fishing industry.

South Sudan – South Sudan will be a center of mining, extraction, and agriculture and will be a strategic point for trade in eastern Africa.

Tanzania – Tanzania is planned to become a tourist destination, commercial port center at Dar Es Salaam, and bolster the mining and agricultural industry.

Uganda – Uganda is planned to be a center for agriculture and telecommunications, being at the center of East Africa. It will also be a center of transportation between East Africa and the Congo region.

Zambia – The center of the economy will be devoted to mining operations and tourism.

Zimbabwe – The economy is planned to be a center for┬átourism and agriculture for the south part of central Africa.

Angola – The plan is to bolster the natural resource extraction of the country and to develop a major trade port along with better connections to South Africa.

Cameroon – Cameroon will be bolstered by its position as the gateway to the center of Africa and the northern part of the Congo. Douala will become a major port city and will also be a center of commerce and industry with a population cap of 20 million. The country will also host a robust agricultural industry.

Central Africa Republic – The capital region will serve as an inland port and the rest of the country will have a robust forestry, agriculture, and mining industry.

Chad – Chad will serve as a major cotton growing region in the south with a large crude oil and resource extraction industry in the center and in the north. The capital will serve as an inland port with major links to the seaport in the Cameroons.

Republic of the Congo – The capital region will be an inland port, like the city across the Congo River. The rest of the country will be devoted to mining, preservation, and agriculture. The country will play a role as the gateway to the northern part of the Congo.

Democratic Republic of the Congo – The capital region will take on an inland port kind of character and will have a population cap of 80 million people. Most of the rest of the country will be devoted to preservation, mining, or agriculture depending on needs. It will also play a major role in the power development of the continent.

Equatorial Guinea – The country will be a center for tourism and trade. It will also participate in the extraction of oil and other materials from the coastal regions.

Gabon – Gabon will become a center for tourism and trade. It will also participate in the extraction of oil well into the future.

Sao Tome and Principe – The island group will be a center of tourism, service industry, and participate in the African jewel trade and financial haven.

Botswana – Botswana is a mecca for diamond mining and trading and will further be developed in this way. It will also be a financial center.

Lesotho – This country is very closely aligned with South Africa. It will be further developed into a largely agricultural and mining portion which will use a rebuilt Durban in South Africa for shipping. It has lower tax rates than South Africa.

Namibia – The plan is to develop the country in mining, tourism, and agriculture in conjunction with increased transportation links to South Africa.

South Africa – South Africa has a developed economy relative to the rest of the continent. A lot of money will be spent on this country and the rebuilding of Cape Town and Johannesburg will be important for the development of the economy. It will have an emphasis on trade, transportation, science, and technology.

Swaziland – The plan is to continue the diversification of the already diverse economy. It will have agriculture, forestry, and mining operations. It will also continue to provide services for multi-national organizations and be an investment base for many corporations.

Benin – The plan is to turn Benin into a trade port that specializes in agriculture and agribusiness. Petroleum will also prove to be an important industry going into the future as well.

Burkina Faso – The plan is to develop the agricultural and the mining sectors of the economy. The capital is planned to become a trade center for the region.

Cape Verde – The plan is to further develop the tourist and financial industries and will be a popular place for African and European tourists for vacations.

Cote d’Ivoire – The plan for this country is to develop agriculture and make the capital an agricultural port of sorts with Abidjan. The capital of the country will be an inland collection area with a strong connection between the two cities.

Gambia – The plan is to turn the entire country into a free development region and tax free area. The size of the country allows for more opportunities to set up a free trade and development for the western part of Africa.

Ghana – Ghana will become a technology and mineral mining based powerhouse similar to that of the Asian Tigers. The goal is to rebuild Accra, the main city, to be a tech capital for the continent.

Guinea – Guinea will become a center for fishing, mining, and agriculture. Out of all these countries, Guinea has the most potential in the region. Oil will also play a major role in the continued development of the country.

Guinea-Bissau – The city will be a trading center for small businesses and a center for agriculture and fishing. Bissau will also become a port of entry and a tourist center.

Liberia – Liberia will turn into a center of exports of the natural resources of the country, such as iron, rubber, and timber. It is also a trading center for the diamond industry. The capital, Monrovia, is also a free trade center with low tax rates and has offices of many multinational corporation.

Mali – Mali will become a center of agriculture and mining, like the rest of the interior of western Africa. The capital will be rebuilt to service these industries.

Mauritania – Mauritania will be transformed into an economy based on petroleum. It is also a center of market and transportation with many deep water ports. The biggest port is in the capital.

Niger – Niger will focus on mining and agricultural activities and Niamey will turn into a center for those industries in the region.

Nigeria – Nigeria will be a powerhouse in the oil industry. Nigeria will also focus on other minerals, telecommunication, and financial services. It will also contribute to the agricultural industry. It will also have a large role in the development of the Hite Corporation Space Industry after the completion of the program. Lagos will also be turned into a center of commerce. The capital city would also be rebuilt.

Senegal – Senegal is an important refining and industrial center for crude from Africa. That industry needs to be further expanded. Fishing is also an important asset for the country. It will also expand the tourism and mining industry.

Sierra Leone – Sierra Leone is known for mining, especially diamonds. The plan is to again rebuild the capital and to perform mining operations.

Togo – Lome will be rebuilt as a free trade commercial center. It can also be an opportunity for mining some minerals and farming some crops. Many of the people are still very traditional in their lifestyle.