“Infrastructure is not just bricks and mortar, but a bridge to the future”  – MukhisaKituyi, Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

The Challenge

The provision of proper infrastructure is critical for social and economic advancement across developing economies. From the transport systems that carry people to work to the energy grids that provide homes with electricity, the prosperity of a given economy is intimately linked to the quality of its infrastructure.

It is therefore vital that the infrastructure gap – the gap in quality and quality of infrastructure between developed and developing economies – is closed over the coming decades. In Africa alone, this gap stands to be USD 1.59 trillion by 2040 without urgent intervention (ACCA 2019), with the rising prevalence of natural disasters in many countries necessitating more resilient buildings, bridges, roads, energy grids and water systems.

The global malnutrition burden

2.6% estimated increase in GDP per capita across Africa that closing the infrastructure quality and quantity gap with the developed world will bring

$390m the estimated cost to households and firms in low- and middle-income countries due to disruption to infrastructure

$18 bn the estimated cost of damage to power generation and transport infrastructure caused each year by natural disasters in low- and middle-income countries

$4 the net benefit for every dollar invested in more resilient infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries

$1.59 tn the gap in quality and quantity of infrastructure between Africa and developed economies by 2040 if current trends continue

155% the increase of suspected cholera incidence rates after one day of disruption to water infrastructure in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Source: World Bank 2019


1. Construction supplies

To help improve the quality of buildings and key infrastructure across developing markets, we supply construction firms, UN agencies and NGOs with crucial equipment such as:

  • Construction tools
  • Soft and hard timber
  • Iron profile, sheets and twisted bars
  • PVC and GI pipes
  • Razor and barbed wire
  • DHPE roll pipes
  • PRR fittings
  • Stackable water tanks

… and much more besides.

To ensure the highest possible quality, we source these items with great care in line with international regulations and specifications. We also perform regular quality control inspections across our supply chains.

Click here to download a catalogue. Alternatively, please contact us to request a quotation or enquire about product specifications.

Please note that we can also source a large number of nutrition products outside of our regular offering from Season Relief’s international network of suppliers.

2. Construction distributorships

Accessing developing markets can be challenging. From setting up distribution channels to identifying vendors, it can be difficult to get a foot on the ladder. With warehouse facilities across Africa and beyond, Season Development can help your construction supplies gain rapid traction in the developing world.

Contact us today to discuss a potential distributorship agreement – we’ve helped many companies to distribute their products and stand ready to assist you.

3. Project Management and Consulting

From managing construction projects across Africa to helping raise finance for critical infrastructure plans, our in-house Project Management team stands ready to assist. Moreover, our international network allows us to tap into a wealth of cutting-edge expertise and we often work in consortia with other companies, experts and organisations.

So whether you’re looking for a consortium partner or an independent project management team, contact us today and let’s find a way forward.

4. Foodstuff logistics

With over ten years of experience delivering construction supplies across Africa and beyond, we can help organise your shipments or advise on the most efficient and cost-effective methods available. Contact us to find out more.