Through the previous three years, investment trends in Africa have taken a slight decline. Specifically, through 2015/2016, FDI flows have declined to 59 BN USD in 2016 (with variance across the region). This was due to the low commodity prices from the 2008 shock and the recent oil crisis. However, by 2017, commodity prices have started to recover once again, after being led by recovering oil prices. As a result, an expected movement of increase in FDIs occurred throughout the continent. At this context, the report discusses the upcoming and on-going FDI trends across sectors, regions in Africa, and project funds.